Over 1,000 watch Cardiff City Women hit six

Over 1,000 watch Cardiff City Women
Tija Richardson celebrates her first goal for Cardiff City Women. (Photo: @AdranLeagues)

Genero Adran Premier leaders Cardiff City Women beat Barry Town United 6-1, while the qualifiers for the Trophy knockout stages were confirmed.

Adran Premier

Wrexham 3-1 The New Saints (Att: 626)
Cardiff Met 1-0 Pontypridd United (Att: 64)
Aberystwyth Town 0-4 Swansea City (Att: 121)
Cardiff City Women 6-1 Barry Town United (Att: 1,092)

Over 1,000 were at Cardiff City Stadium to see the hosts stay three points clear at the top of the table when hitting Barry Town United for six. Danielle Green and Siobhan Walsh struck before Hana Bennett replied for Barry. Seren Watkins, Molly Kehoe, Eliza Collie and Tija Richardson later got a goal apiece for the Bluebirds.

Swansea City are second after scoring all four goals of the game at Aberystwyth Town. Katy Hosford played a part in all the goals, getting a couple herself, setting one up for Jess Williams and taking the initial shot from which Monet Legall would net.

Wrexham are goal-difference behind the Swans, despite a 3-1 victory over TNS. Rosie Hughes scored her 100th goal for the club, Carra Jones recorded a brace, while Helen Evans replied from a Saints’ free kick.

Cardiff Met are level on points with fourth-placed Aberystwyth after edging basement side Pontypridd United with an early own goal.

Adran Trophy

North Group 1: Connah’s Quay Nomads 3-1 Llanfair United (Att: 45), NFA 2-2 Rhyl

Connah’s Quay Nomads made the knockout stages with three wins from three, Rhyl were runners-up after a 2-2 tie at NFA in which Sade Benjamin grabbed a crucial second-half equaliser.

North Group 2: Bangor 0-0 Felinheli (Att: 76), Llandudno 9-2 Airbus UK Broughton

There was a double hat-trick for Llandudno’s Stevie Donougher as her side finished on maximum points. Felinheli follow them through having held Bangor.

South Group 1: Briton Ferry Llansawel 3-0 Cascade, Swansea University 2-0 Cwmbran Celtic

Briton Ferry Llansawel completed a perfect group stage witgh an Alison Witts treble, Cascade having Daisy Watkins-Evans dismissed. Swansea University also progress thanks to a Hannah Pinney second-half double against Cwmbran Celtic.

South Group 2: Llanelli Town 1-3 Pontardawe Town, Coed Duon 3-3 Caldicot Town

Pontardawe Town finish top with a 100% record aided by two goals from Keira Harris, Coed Duon held off challengers Caldicot Town in a 3-3 draw to also make the last sixteen courtesy of a late brace from Rianne Jones.

Adran Leagues fixtures for Sunday 5 November (2pm)

Adran Premier

Cardiff Met v Wrexham (Cyncoed Campus)
Pontypridd United v Barry Town United (USW Sports Park)
The New Saints v Aberystwyth Town (Park Hall)
Swansea City v Cardiff City Women (Llandarcy Academy Of Sport)

Adran North

Felinheli v Airbus UK Broughton (Cae Seilo)
Llandudno v Connah’s Quay Nomads (Nantporth Stadium)
Llanfair United v Rhyl (Mount Field)
NFA v Bangor (Ffordd Derwen Playing Fields)

Adran South

Swansea University v Briton Ferry Llansawel (Swansea University Sports Centre)
Llanelli Town v Cwmbran Celtic (Stebonheath Park)
Coed Duon v Caldicot Town (Aberbargoed Recreational Ground)
Cascade v Pontardawe Town (CCB Centre For Sporting Excellence)

Final five teams reach Women’s FA Cup 1st Round Proper

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