#FAWWomensCup: Cardiff Bluebelles beaten in extra-time by Abergavenny

Abergavenny won after extra-time
Abergavenny had to battle to beat Cardiff Bluebelles (Photo: Will Cheshire)

There were no upsets in the FA of Wales Women’s Cup but Cardiff Bluebelles took Abergavenny to extra-time before being eliminated.

Welsh Cup 3nd Round results – 17 November

Llandudno 6-1 Llanfair United
Cardiff Bluebelles 2-8(aet) Abergavenny
Port Talbot Town 3-1 Barry Town United
Swansea City 18-0 Aberdare Town
Cardiff City FC 7-0 Aberystwyth Town
Caldicot Town 2-6 Cardiff Met
Denbigh Town P-P Connah’s Quay Nomads
Rhyl P-P Bethel

Abergavenny’s ten players were taken to extra-time at Welsh League side Cardiff Bluebelles but then scored six times to eventually ease through, with the help of two penalties and a red card. Laura-Jane Davies hit a hat-trick for Aber and Mali Summers contributed twice to their tally.

Barry Town United held top tier Port Talbot Town to 1-1 at half-time but bowed out after conceding twice in the second period.

Llandudno saw off North Wales League leaders Llanfair United 6-1 but with five of their goals coming in the second-half and the visitors only travelling with 11 players. Kelsey Davies and Stacey Tradewell bagged a brace each and there were singles from Sioned Bohana and Jordanne Greenhough, while Nia Ellis had earlier levelled for Llanfair..

Cardiff Met progressed 6-2 at Calidcot Town with Robyn Pinder and Erin Murray each scoring twice, Madison Schupbach and Chloe Tiley one each, while Hazel Lockwood and Sophie Ford replied for the hosts.

Cardiff City FC sank Aberystwyth Town 7-0 as both Siobhan Walsh and Kate Jeremiah struck twice, Damielle  Broadhurst, Jasmine Simpson and Zoe Atkins adding one apiece.

Swansea City strolled past Aberdare Town with 18 goals scored past their South Wales League visitors. Stacey John-Davis and Katy Hosford each enjoyed a four-goal haul while there was a hat-trick for Kelly Adams.

The quarter-final draw is to be made today, Monday 18 November.

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