Cardiff City Women extend lead as Swans held by Aberystwyth

Swansea City v Aberystwyth Town
Swansea City wore their #TacklingCancerTogether third kit in the draw with Aberystwyth Town. (Photo: NJ-D Photography)

Cardiff City Women went eight points clear in the Genero Adran Premier after Swansea City had to settle for a draw at home to Aberystwyth Town.

Swansea City 1-1 Aberystwyth Town (Att: 88)
Barry Town United 1-3 Cardiff City Women (Att: 173)
Wrexham 3-2 Pontypridd United (Att: 314)

Mikayla Cook and Siobhan Walsh had Cardiff City Women two up at Barry, Taite Trivett pulled one back in first-half stoppage time only for Emma Beynon to restore the two-goal cushion before the break.

Swansea City rescued a point with an 82nd-minute equaliser by substitute Jessica Williams, Niamh Duggan having given Aberystwyth Town a first-half lead.

Pontypridd Town threatened a first win at Wrexham but game away with nothing despite leading twice. Jasmine Turner and Lauren Payne had them ahead, Rosie Hughes and Carra Jones replied before Hughes got an 89th-minute winner.

Next Sunday sees the final round of Adran Premier games before the divisional split.

Adran North

Felinheli 4-1 NFA
Rhyl 3-2 Llanfair United

Felinheli went second and cut Llandudno’s lead at the top to three points with a 4-1 defeat of NFA, as Ffion Williams and Jenna Allsup each bagged a brace. Rhyl came from behind to beat Llanfair with a Llio Davies double and one from Sade Benjamin

Adran South

Llanelli Town 0-6 Briton Ferry Llansawel (Att: 50)

Briton Ferry lead the table by five points after scoring six at Llanelli, with two apiece from Laura May Walkley, Alison Witts and Fleur Jenkins.

Fixtures for next Sunday, 11 February 

Adran Premier

Aberystwyth Town v The New Saints (Park Avenue, 5.10pm)
Barry Town United v Pontypridd United (Jenner Park Stadium, 5.10pm)
Cardiff City Women v Swansea City (Cardiff International Sports Stadium, 5.10pm)
Wrexham v Cardiff Met (The Rock, 5.10pm)

Adran North

Llandudno v Bangor (OPS Wind Arena, 2pm)
CPDM Y Felinheli v Rhyl (Cae Seilo, 2pm)
NFA v Airbus UK Broughton (Ffordd Derwen Playing Fields, 2pm)
Llanfair United v Connah’s Quay Nomads (Mount Field, 2pm)

Adran South

Cascade v Cwmbran Celtic (CCB Centre For Sporting Excellence, 2pm)
Briton Ferry Llansawel v Llanelli Town (Old Road Welfare Ground, 2pm)
Swansea University v Caldicot Town (Swansea University Sports Centre, 2pm)

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