Cardiff City Women presented with Genero Adran Leagues trophy

Cardiff City FC Women lift the Adran League trophy at Cardiff City Stadium
Cardiff City FC Women lift the 2023-4 Genero Adran League Premier trophy. (Photo: @AdraaLeagues)

Cardiff City Women beat Wrexham 5-1 before being presented with the Genero Adran Leagues Premier trophy at Cardiff City Stadium.

Championship Conference

Aberystwyth Town 0-0 Swansea City (Att: 140)
Cardiff City Women 5-1 Wrexham

There was going to be no spoiling of the Bluebirds big day, as Rhianne Oakley, Mikayla Cook and Siobhan Walsh all struck for a 3-0 interval lead. Eliza Collie and teenage substitute Olivia Basham added one each, before Carra Jones netted a consolation for the visitors.

Aberystwyth Town finished their season by holding runners-up Swansea City to a goalless draw.

Plate Conference

Pontypridd United 0-3 The New Saints (Att: 102)
Barry Town United 1-2 Cardiff Met (Att: 83)

The New Saints had already clinched top spot in the Plate Conference and ended with a 3-0 win at relegated Pontypridd United. Lauren Dunkerley, Chantelle  Teare and Isobel Redding were all on target for TNS.

Cardiff Met took second place in the Plate table, ahead of hosts Barry Town United. Tigeraa Webb’s opener was cancelled out by India Shanahan, before Ellie Preece’s second-half winner.

Genero Adran North

Felinheli 1-1 Bangor (Att; 20)

Felinheli would have finished level on points with runners-up Connah’s Quay Nomads with victory but were pegged back by seventh-placed Bangor, whose Georgia Lewis equalised after Fflur Williams’ first-half goal

Adran Trophy Final

League champions Cardiff City Women and runners-up Swansea City clash in the Genero Adran Trophy Final on Sunday 14 April, kick-off at Penybont FC is 6.10pm.

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