Genero Adran Trophy semi-finals confirmed

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Cardiff City FC, Cardiff Met, Aberystwyth Town and The New Saints are through to the Genero Adran Trophy semi-finals.

Genero Adran Trophy Quarter-finals.

Cardiff City FC 10-0 Llandudno
Cardiff Met 6-0 Connah’s Quay Nomads
Aberystwyth Town 2-0 Wrexham
The New Saints 2-0 Pontypridd United

In Cardiff, both the Bluebirds and Met welcomed travelling Tier 2 teams, Llandudno and Connah’s Quay respectively, with both home sides enjoying a convincing win to get through to the semi-final stage. Phoebie Poole netted a hat-trick and Lily Billingham a brace for City, Robyn Pinder set the Archers on their way with only first-half goal.

TNS and Pontypridd United met for the second time in seven days, but the victors were unchanged, with TNS taking the tie 2-0 through goals from Izzy Redding and Emily Ridge.

Aberystwyth hosted Wrexham and players of both sides paid respects to Kevin ‘Bones’ Jenkins, former Aber coach who passed away on Saturday. In a fitting tribute. Amy Jenkins, Bones’ daughter, opened the scoring for the home side, setting the scene for another 2-0 home win to send Aber into the semis.

Semi-final draw

Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth Town
Cardiff City FC v The New Saints

Ties to be played on Sunday 12 February.

Adran North

Llanfair United 2-0 Airbus UK Broughton

There was a first league win of the season for Llanfair, courtesy of goals from Harriet Davies and Liann Richards.

Adran South

Caldicot Town 1-10 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Cascade 2-1 Pontardawe Town

Briton Ferry remained top with a double-figure win at Caldicot, with treblefor Fleur Jenkins and Megan Kearle.

Cascade managed a dramatic late turnaround to defeat Pontardawe.

Fixtures for Wednesday 18 January 

Genero Adran Premier

Pontypridd United v Swansea City (University of South Wales Sport Park, 7.30pm)
The New Saints v Abergavenny (TNS FC, 7.45pm)
Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth Town (Cyncoed Campus, 8pm)

Adran South

Swansea University v Briton Ferry Llansawel (Swansea University, 7.15pm)

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