#WPWL: Cardiff Met regain leadership on goal-difference

Cardiff Met go top in WPWL
Photo: Will Cheshire

Cardiff Met scored four times against Port Talbot Town in going top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League on goal-difference.

Thursday 6 May


Cyncoed 1-3 Cardiff City FC
Cardiff Met 4-0 Port Talbot Town


Briton Ferry Llansawel 0-2 Cascade

Archers edge back ahead of Swans

Cardiff Met went back to the top of the table on goal-difference but title rivals Swansea City now have a game in hand. Shannon Evans gave the Archers an interval lead over Port Talbot, with Chloe O’Connor scoring twice in the last quarter of the match and Ellie Preece beating the offside trap to net in-between.
Bluebirds win capital clash
Cardiff City FC tightened their grip on third place with a 3-1 win at Cyncoed. Catherine Walsh struck early on for the Bluebirds with a half volley, followed by Ffion Price’s first goal for the club. Megan Saunders pulled a goal back on the hour mark, only for Zoe Atkins to restore the two-goal cushion ten minutes later.
Cascade keep up cup hopes

Briton Ferry Llansawel are out of the League Cup following their group stage loss to Cascade. The visitors took the lead with a close-range finish from Frankie Gilpin and Katie Davies doubled the lead with 17 minutes left. Cascade meet Aberystwyth Town next week, with the winner securing the last semi-final place.

Fixtures for Sunday 9 May (2pm):

Cascade v Aberystwyth Town
Swansea City v Abergavenny
Cardiff City FC v Briton Ferry Llansawel – live on Cardiff City FC TV

Brighton Women’s goalkeeper Megan Walsh signs new contract

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