Swansea University cause upset in Genero Adran Trophy

Swansea University reach Genero Adran trophy quarter-finals
Swansea University won through on penalties. (Photo: @AdranLeagues)

Second-tier Swansea University progressed at top-flight Pontypridd United on sudden-death penalties in the Genero Adran Trophy.

Genero Adran Trophy Round of 16 

The New Saints P-P Rhyl
Pontypridd United 1-1 Swansea University (Swansea Uni won 6-5 on pens) (Att: 44)
Felinheli P-P Barry Town United
Connah’s Quay Nomads 0-5 Aberystwyth Town
Wrexham P-P Briton Ferry Llansawel
Llandudno 0-13 Swansea City (Att: 64)
Cardiff City Women 21-0 Pontardawe Town (Att:23)
Cardiff Met 10-0 Coed Duon (Att: 62)

Jessica Goucher put Swansea University ahead, Efa Preece-Jones equalising for Pontypridd United, eventually leading to the shoot-out.

Gwen Jones grabbed a treble in Aberystwyth Town’s win at Connah’s Quay Nomads, Emily Thomas accounted for five of Swansea City’s 13 goals at Llandudno.

Esme Kilburn-Thompson scored half Cardiff Met’s ten against Coed Duon, there were four goals each in the first half for Cardiff City Women’s Rhianne Oakley and Mackenzie Olden as Pontardawe Town were overrun.

The quarter-final draw will be broadcast on RedWall+ at 8pm on Monday 4 December.

Genero Adran League North

Bangor 1-1 Llanfair United

Mary Bailey’s late equaliser saw Llanfair draw at Bangor, whose Alys Davis got an early opener.

Fixtures for Sunday 10 December (2pm)

Bute Energy Wales Cup Quarter-Finals

The New Saints v Aberystwyth Town (Park Hall)
Pontypridd United v Cardiff City Women (USW Sports Park)
Wrexham v Briton Ferry Llansawel (The Rock)
Cascade v Swansea City (CCB Centre for Sporting Excellence)

Adran North

Connah’s Quay Nomads v Llanfair United (Deeside Stadium)
Rhyl v Felinheli (Belle Vue Stadium)
NFA v Bangor (Ffordd Derwen Playiing Fields)

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