#FAWWomensCup: 1st Round results

Welsh Cup results

FA of Wales Women’s Cup 1st Round action included a 2-0 win for Port Talbot over Aberystwyth Town with a Kirsty O’Donnell double and Lauren Amor penalty save.

North

Wrexham 0-3 The New Saints
Pwllheli 2-1 Llandudno
Airbus UK Broughton 0-1 Connah’s Quay Nomads
NFA 1-5 Rhyl

Bye – Bethel 

South

Llanelli Town 0-4 Cardiff Met
Cardiff Bluebelles 0-3 Pontypridd Town
Cardiff Wanderers P-P Afan Lido
Port Talbot Town 2-0 Aberystwyth Town
Cwmbran Celtic 1-5 Cascade
Abergavenny 23-0 Ammanford
Briton Ferry Llansawel 2-0 Pontardawe Town
Cardiff City FC 9-1 Caldicot Town
Merthyr Town 1-8 Barry Town United
Swansea University 11-1 Penclawdd
Coed Duon P-P Swansea City (now 6 October)

Amber Bailey got the only goal to send Connah’s Quay Nomads through, Emma Bentley bagged a brace in Rhyl’s win at NFA, Pwllheli came from behind to defeat Llandudno with a quick double from Lois Thomas and Katie Bowe, while the other North section tie saw Lucie Platt break the deadlock in first-half stoppage-time on the way to a 3-0 TNS victory at Wrexham.

Briton Ferry saw off Pontardawe with first-half efforts by Chelsea Deacon and Anna Doble, Pontypridd’s Anais Trinci got two of their three at Cardiff Bluebelles, Cardiff City FC’s Danielle Green hit a hat-trick in eliminating Caldicot 9-1, all Cardiff Met’s goals at Llanelli Town came in the opening 36 minutes, Grace O’Reilly got half Barry’s tally of eight at Merthyr, Swansea University’s 11-1 scoreline over Penclawdd featured a four-goal haul for Emily Freeman, while Maxine Mudge and Lyndsey Davies topscored with five each as Abergavenny netted 23 times against Ammanford.

Adran Premier League – Midweek matches:

Wednesday 6 October 

Port Talbot Town P-P Swansea City
The New Saints v Aberystwyth Town (Park Hall, 7.45pm)

Thursday 7 October

Cardiff Met v Pontypridd Town (Cyncoed Campus, 7pm)
Barry Town United v Cardiff City FC (Jenner Park Stadium, 7.30pm)

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