Four-goal TNS go fourth in Genero Adran League

TNS won 4-2 at Abergavenny
TNS players celebrate a goal at Abergavenny. (@barcudcochphoto)

The Genero Adran Premier saw 17 goals from 15 different scorers, including a 4-2 TNS win at Abergavenny which saw them jump up to fourth.

Abergavenny 2-4 The New Saints
Barry Town United 0-3 Cardiff City FC
Aberystwyth Town 0-4 Cardiff Met
Swansea City 4-0 Pontypridd United

There’s no change at the top of the table, with Cardiff City FC the only team maintaining their 100% record. Phoebie Poole and Zoe Atkins scored in the first half at Barry, followed by a stunner from Danielle Broadhurst.

Cardiff Met travelled to Aberystwyth, aiming to keep hold of second place. Emily Allen got on the scoresheet before setting up Shannon Evans for the second. Steph Tuner added a third at the end of the half, Allen doubling her tally on the final whistle.

Swansea matched Met’s scoreline to stay a step behind, with just one goal continuing to separate the two sides in the table. Jess Williams, Katy Hosford and Monet Legall struck by the 33rd minute, Ellie Lake netting early in the second half after setting up the first two.

TNS went fourth with a 4-2 win at Abergavenny, a penalty by Beth Lewis, efforts from Isobel Redding and Danielle Staley giving them a 3-0 interval advantage. Ellis Lunn pulled goals back early and late in the second period, Caitlin Chapman netting TNS’s fourth in-between.

Adran North

Connah’s Quay Nomads 3-0 Airbus UK Broughton
Felinheli 4-3 Rhyl
Llanfair United 0-6 Llandudno

Felinheli’s first ever points in the league came 4-3 against Rhyl, Sienna Strapp, Shannon Hobbs and Amber Bailey got goals for Connah’s Quay in the win over Airbus, Indie Hassall netted twice for six-hitting Llandudno at Llanfair.

Adran South

Swansea University 5-2 Caldicot Town
Pontardawe Town 2-4 Cascade

Katie Horsburgh got a couple as Swansea University beat Caldicot Town 5-2, Abbie Davies did likewise in Cascade’s 4-2 victory at Pontardawe.

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