Late double sees Llandudno clinch Genero Adran Leagues North title

Felinheli v Llandudno, Genero Adran Leagues North
Llandudno goal celebrations during a seven-goal thriller at Felinheli. (Photo: @LlandudnoLadies)

Llandudno won the Genero Adran North title while Pontypridd’s relegation from the Premier was confirmed.

Championship Conference 

Swansea City P-P Aberystwyth Town
Wrexham 1-6 Cardiff City Women (Att: 300)

Cardiff City Women opened up an eight-point lead over second-placed Swansea City, from one game more, when hitting Wexham for six. Rosie Hughes did equalise for the hosts but Eliza Collie went on to notch a hat-trick, Rhianne Oakley scored twice and Molly Kehoe got the other goal for the Bluebirds.

Plate Conference 

Barry Town United 3-0 The New Saints (Att: 76)
Pontypridd United 2-2 Cardiff Met

Pontypridd United rescued a point against ten-player Cardiff Met but it was not enough to stave off relegation. Nieve Jenkins and Esme Kilburn-Thompson each put the Archers in front, Shannon Hindmarsh and Lucy Attwood equalising, the latter following a red card for the visitors’ Tiggeraa Webb.

Barry Town beat TNS 3-0 to knock them off the top of the table, Angharad Beman bagging a brace and India Shanahan also on target.

Adran North

Llanfair United P-P Airbus UK Broughton
Connah’s Quay Nomads 3-2 Bangor (Att: 20)
Felinheli 3-4 Llandudno (Att: 20)
NFA 1-3 Rhyl

Llandudno struck twice in two minutes late in the game, to come from behind and win 4-3 at Felinheli to clinch the title. Stevie Donougher got the 84th-minute equaliser, quickly followed by Kelsey Davies’ deciding goal.

Llio Davies scored twice as Rhyl won 3-1 at NFA, Sophie Rawling got a crucial third goal for Connah’s Quay as Bangor netted a late second despite the dismissal of substitute Cara Aston.

Adran South

Cwmbran Celtic P-P Briton Ferry Llansawel
Cascade 9-0 Caldicot Town (Att: 50)
Pontardawe Town P-P Swansea University

Cascade closed in on second spot by putting nine past Caldicot, two apiece for Erin Parry, Ellis Lunn and Annaliese Lewis.

Celtic Women and Glasgow City close in on SWPL leaders Rangers

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