#WPWL: Abergavenny and Swansea City Women continue where they left off

Abergavenny goal celebrations
Abergavenny players celebrating a goal away to Cardiff City FC. (Photo: Will Cheshire)

Abergavenny and Swansea City both extended their 100% records when returning to action in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League.

Sunday 14 March


Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-4 Cardiff Met
Cardiff City FC 0-4 Abergavenny
Cascade 1-3 Port Talbot Town
Swansea City 5-0 Aberystwyth Town

Swansea City are just a goal behind the leaders from one game fewer, after sending Aberystwyth Town to a 5-0 defeat, Chloe Chivers’ goal had been all that separated the sides, until Stacey John-Davis struck four times in the second half.

Cardiff Met remained top after recording a 4-0 win at Briton Ferry Llansawel, where first-half goals from Robyn Pinder and Erin Murray were added to by Ellie Preece’s late brace.

Cardiff Met Women goal scorer Robyn Pinder
Cardiff Met’s two-goal Robyn Pinder (right). (Photo: Duncan Thomas/Majestic Media)

Abergavenny made it four wins from four with all four goals of the game televised by Sgorio at Cardiff City FC, whose Ffion Price sent off 20 minutes from time. Amy Thrupp and a Mali Summers penalty had given the visitors a 2-0 interval lead, Summers converted a second penalty before Lyndsey Davies completed the scoring.

Port Talbot Town came away from Cascade 3-1 victors, to climb two places to fourth spot. Laura-May Walkley and a Hollie Williams own-goal had them 2-0 up and although that was followed by a reply on the hour mark from Chrystalla Moreton, Courtenay Thomas sealed the points three minutes from the end.

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