Cardiff City Women grab late leveller to draw at Swansea

Cardiff City FC's Phoebie Poole
Phoebie Poole got Cardiff City’s equaliser. (Kara Thomas/Sports Press Photo)

Cardiff City FC grabbed a stoppage-time leveller to draw at Swansea City in the Genero Adran Premier, The New Saints defeated Cardiff Met.

Championship Conference

Swansea City 2-2 Cardiff City FC
The New Saints 2-0 Cardiff Met

The top of the table clash was end to end action in the first half, but it took until the 43rd minute for Stacey John-Davis to break the deadlock and send the Swans in 1-0 up at half time. Danielle Broadhurst didn’t let them have the lead for long however, equalising six minutes into the second half. A handled ball in the box gave John-Davis her second of the game and it looked like it would be the winner, however league top scorer Phoebie Poole had the final word, getting the equaliser in the seventh minute of additional time.

TNS defeated Cardiff Met for the first time, Helen Evans heading in a cross from Caitlin Chapman and Emily Ridge’s solo effort doubling the lead with five minutes left.

Plate Conference

Aberystwyth Town 1-2 Pontypridd United
Barry Town United 0-1 Abergavenny

Pontypridd came from behind to beat Aberystwyth, Liv Francis equalising after Tania Wylde converted a penalty, Carys Bufton grabbing a dramatic late goal.

Abergavenny also got a late decider at Barry Town United, Alana Murphy netting in the 85th minute.

Abergavenny have been deducted six points for twice failing to fulfil a league fixture, a charge which the club have confirmed they will appeal.

Genero Adran North

Connah’s Quay Nomads 1-3 Wrexham
Airbus UK 0-5 Felinheli
Llanfair United 3-0 Rhyl

Wrexham ended Connah’s Quay Nomads’ unbeaten record with stoppage-time goals from Katie Sharp and Amber Lightfoot, leaving Wrexham one win from the title.

Ffion Williams got three of Felinheli’s five goals at Airbus, Gemma Jones netted all Llanfair’s three over Rhyl.

Genero Adran South

Caldicot Town 0-8 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Swansea University 1-2 Cascade

Cascade grabbed an 81st minute winner at Swansea University, Briton Ferry put eight past a depleted Caldicot.

Penybont to host Genero Adran Trophy final

Penybont FC has been announced as the venue for the 2022/23 Genero Adran Trophy final between Cardiff Met and Cardiff City FC on Sunday 12 March, kick-off 2pm.

Ianthe Mumford, General Manager of the Genero Adran Premier, said: “I am delighted to be returning to the venue that hosted our record breaking crowd in last year’s FAW Cup and I look forward to another fantastic afternoon of women’s football, showcasing the best of our domestic talent.”

Ticket sales will be on the day only, costing £5 for adults and £2 for U18s and concessions.

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