Cardiff Met lifted the FA of Wales Women’s Cup with a 2-0 result over Abergavenny at Dragon Park, thereby completing a domestic treble.
Met’s Emily Griffiths headed against the bar from a Naomi Clipston cross but shortly after in the 19th minute, Madison Schupbach controlled a cross and slotted past the goalkeeper.
Lyndsey Davies went close for Abergavenny from distance, forcing Estelle Randall into a diving save but her side were two down on 34 minutes.
Charlotte Hastings made a great save to deny Clipston from the edge of the box, only for Schupbach to return the half-cleared corner into the back of the net.
Bluebirds and Swans both win in battle for WPWL runners-up spot
Meanwhile in the Welsh Premier Women’s League, Swansea City sunk Briton Ferry Llansawel 7-0 and, while Cardiff City FC Women held second place when winning by the only goal at Port Talbot Town.
The Swans hit their visitors for six in the first half, with a hat-trick in the opening 22 minutes for Stacey John-Davis, one each for Nieve Jenkins, Jodie Passmore and Emma Beynon, the latter netting again in the second period.
The Bluebirds struck decisively 2 minutes before the break, as Alana Murphy sprinted one-on-one with keeper Vicky Beddows and slotted into the bottom corner. Port Talbot had Laura May Walkley sent off in stoppage-time.