Cardiff City Women go top of Genero Adran Premier

Cardiff City Women won 3-0 at Wrexham
Cardiff City Women’s Molly Kehoe scores at Wrexham. (Photo: @AdranLeagues)

Cardiff City FC Women went top of the Genero Adran Leagues with a win at Wrexham, after Cardiff Met held morning leaders Aberystwyth Town.

Adran Premier

The New Saints 5-0 Barry Town United (Att:85)
Cardiff Met 1-1 Aberystwyth Town (Att: 72)
Swansea City 3-1 Pontypridd United
Wrexham 0-3 Cardiff City Women (Att: 707)

The Bluebirds were 3-0 winners in the televised game away to Wrexham, where Molly Kehoe scored either side of half time and Ffion Price made sure of victory with their third.

Aberystwyth Town’s Amy Jenkins opened the scoring at Cardiff Met but Erin Murray levelled just before half time, assisted by Ingrid Ådland.

The New Saints are up to third after putting five past Barry Town United. Emily Ridge struck the opener in first-half stoppage time on the way to a hat-trick, Beth Lewis bagged a brace of late penalties.

Swansea City beat Pontypridd United 3-1 despite losing head coach Ceri Phillips and assistant Harry Thomas during the week, Chris Church stepping up from the U-19s to take temporary charge. Katy Hosford and Robyn Pinder struck in a two-minute spell for the Swans, Nadia Lawrence rifled in a reply but Nieve Jenkins ensured a City win late on.

Adran North 

Llandudno 8-0 Airbus UK Broughton (Att: 20)
Connah’s Quay Nomads 8-1 Rhyl (Att: 51)

Connah’s Quay Nomads overcame Rhyl 8-1 to record a third straight win, that featured six different scorers. Llandudno also netted eight against Airbus in continuing their own winning start to the campaign. Stevie Donougher got half their tally.

Adran South

Cascade 0-6 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Swansea University 2-1 Coed Duon (Att: 35)
Llanelli Town 2-1 Caldicot Town
Cwmbran Celtic 5-1 Pontardawe Town

Briton Ferry hit hosts Cascade for six to make it three wins from three. Alison Witts contributed a treble and Megan Kearle netted her 100th goal for the club. 

Swansea University are second after defeating Coed Duon with a very late Katie Horsburgh goal, the away side seeing late substitute Caitlin Seaborne sent off.

Cwmbran Celtic rose to third following a 5-1 victory over Pontardawe in which they got four in 19 minutes; two each for Eloise Meaney and Fiona Anthony.

Llanelli claimed their first win, 2-1 over Caldicot Town, Stacey Webber and Lynsey Morris getting first-half goals before the visitors pulled one back.

Genero Adran Trophy

Llanfair United 2-0 NFA (Att: 50)

Llanfair’s first win of the season came in Group 1 North of the League Trophy, a second-half effort by Emma Williams and an own goal securing three points.

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North Section

Pwllheli v Wrexham (The Rec)
Llanfair United v Aberystwyth Town (Mount Field)
Bangor v Felinheli (Nantporth Stadium)
The New Saints v Connahs Quay Nomads (TNS FC)
NFA v Llandudno (Fforth Derwen Playing Fields)
Rhyl v Llangefni Town (Belle Vue Stadium)

South Section

Pontypridd United v Penclawdd (USW Sports Park)
Llanelli Town v Cardiff City FC (Stebonheath Park)
Cascade v Carmarthen Town (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)
Caldicot Town v Briton Ferry Llansawel (Jubilee Way)
Swansea University v Barry Town United (Swansea University Sports Centre)
Cardiff Wanderers v Aberaman (Tongwynlais Playing Fields)
Penybont v Newport City (SDM Glass Stadium)
Cardiff Met v Swansea City (Cyncoed Campus)
Pontardawe Town v Coed Duon (Parc Ynysderw 3g)
Ammanford v Cwmbran Celtic (Ammanford Recreation Ground, 1pm)

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