Genero Adran Premier: Pontypridd United overturn Aber advantage

Pontypridd Utd beat Aberystwyth Town
Pontypridd United hit a quickfire brace in beating Aberystwyth Town. (Photo: @AdranLeagues)

Pontypridd United came from behind with a quick double to defeat Aberystwyth Town in the Genero Adran Premier League.

Pontypridd United 2-1 Aberystwyth Town
The New Saints 1-2 Cardiff Met
Barry Town United 0-6 Swansea City

Cardiff City FC won 5-0 at Cardiff Met in midweek, when Swansea City beat Abergavenny by the same score to go second.

Swansea went one better at Barry on Sunday, after the hosts missed a penalty. Stacey John-Davies put the Swans ahead before the break with the first of her brace, Nia Rees and Nieve Jenkins extending the lead, Monet Legall and  Shaunna Jenkins adding late goals.

Cardiff Met and TNS are looking to pick up all-important points as they look to finish in the top half of the table. Ellie Preece hit first for the Archers, with Tija Richardson adding a second midway through the first half. Chantelle Teare pulled one back for the hosts but couldn’t find the equaliser.

Aberystwyth were welcomed by Pontypridd United, also fighting with TNS for a place in the Championship division. The visitors scored first as Gwenllian Jones slotted home against the run of play, Ponty levelling after the hour mark and Alison Witts taking her chance just two minutes later to net the decider.

Next Sunday, Barry Town United v Abergavenny has moved to a 5pm KO at Jenner Park, while back at Swansea.com Stadium Swansea clash with Cardiff City FC at 2pm.

Adran North

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Felinheli P-P Llandudno
Wrexham 7-0 Rhyl

Promotion-chasing Wrexham sank Rhyl 7-0 and led 5-0 at the break with Ava Suckley striking twice, as did Lauren Lyons in the latter stages.

Adran South

Swansea University 3-2 Pontardawe Town
Caldicot Town P-P  Briton Ferry Llansawel

Swansea University fought back from one down at half time to overcome Pontardawe 3-2.

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