Cardiff Met have maximum points from their first ten Orchard Welsh Premier League games, while second-placed Swansea City won 6-0 away and Cyncoed went one better to go third in the table.
Sunday 11th February
ORCHARD WELSH WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE
Abergavenny P-P Rhyl
Caldicot Town 0-6 Swansea City
Cardiff City FC P-P Llandudno
Cardiff Met 2-0 Port Talbot Town
Cyncoed 7-0 Caernarfon Town
Archers make in ten in a row
Cardiff Met’s tenth straight win kept them eleven points clear of nearest challengers Swansea City.
They took only 6 minutes to open the scoring in the early evening kick off with Port Talbot Town, as Sophie Scherschel pulled the ball back for Kitty Wells to score.
The scoring was complete a similar period into the second half, when Naomi Clipson netted from the edge of the area via the post.
Swans net six
Swansea City also took little time to find their range, as they went on to hit lowly hosts Caldicot Town for six.
Katy Hosford featured in the first half, setting up Emma Beynon to score on 3 minutes before turning in a Sarah Adams cross and making it 3-0 before the break.
Stacey John-Davies made it 4-0 from a Kelly Newcombe assist shortly after the restart, Ellie Lake struck from distance and Jodie Passmore got the sixth on 88 minutes from just outside the box.
Cyncoed go third
Cyncoed thashed Caernarfon Town 7-0 to climb above both Abergavenny and Cardiff City FC into third spot.
Robyn Pinder marked her home debut with a hat-trick, Kirstie Pervin-Davies got one in each half, with Kerry Moore and Rosina Hill the other scorers.