Genero Adran Premier: Points shared in top of the table clash

The Adran Premier's top two drew at Swansea.com Stadium.
The top two drew at the Swansea.com Stadium. (@NJDPhotography7)

Swansea City drew 1-1 with Genero Adran League leaders Cardiff City FC Women in front of nearly 1,400 at the Swansea.com Stadium.

Swansea City 1-1 Cardiff City FC
Aberystwyth Town 3-3 The New Saints
Cardiff Met 1-0 Pontypridd United
Barry Town United 3-3 Abergavenny

Swansea City’s Stacey John-Davis sent Katy Hosford away to score the opening goal early in the second half, before Phoebie Poole looped in the leveller from outside the box on 71 minutes. The result saw the Bluebirds stay top of the Genero Adran Premier by five points, the Swans confirm a top-half finish before the split for Phase 2.

Pontypridd were hoping to strengthen their grip on fourth place, but it was hosts Cardiff Met that emerged victorious. Erin Murray (28’) got the only goal of the game to leave the Archers needing just a point from their last three Phase 1 fixtures to secure a space in the Championship Division.

TNS were in prime position to take advantage and close the gap to Ponty, away at Aberystwyth they looked to be in control of the game, as Caitlin Chapman’s double and a Lucie Platt effort haf them three up by the hour mark. The Seasiders then mounted a comeback, as Elin Jones and Gwynllian Jones replied, before Tania Wylde grabbed the equaliser in the sixth minute of added time.

Barry Town United faced Abergavenny, whose Alana Murphy struck from outside the box for a half-time advantage.  Mackenzie Olden and Taite Trivett turned the game around for Barry, Ellis Lunn then equalised followed by Lauren Harris restoring the home side’s lead, only for Murphy to secure Abergavenny’s first point of the season in the 86th minute.

Next week the FAW Women’s Cup takes centre stage as the Quarter-Finals get underway, but the Genero Adran Premier is back for a festive set of ties on 18 December.

Adran North

Airbus UK Broughton 0-2 Wrexham AFC
Connah’s Quay Nomads 1-1 Llandudno
Felinheli 2-2 Llanfair United

Rosie Hughes’s double gave Wrexham victory at Airbus, a fifth win on the trot. Connah’s Quay Nomads drew with Llandudno after Ella Harvey’s goal was cancelled out by Maddie Williams, while Harriet Davies’ double saw Llanfair twice come from behind to share the points at Felinheli.

Adran South

Briton Ferry Llansawel 6-0 Swansea University

Briton Ferry made it three straight wins when dismissing Swansea University 6-0, with Megan Kearle hitting a hat-trick.

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