Wrexham will compete in the promotion play-off for the Genero Adran Premier after clinching the North Division title.
Genero Adran Premier
Cardiff Met 0-4 Swansea City
The New Saints 1-5 Cardiff City FC
Cardiff City fell behind at TNS whose Helen Evans headed in from a corner, before Zoe Atkins hit back two minutes later and Danielle Broadhurst gave the visitors a half-time lead. Shiobhan Walsh also headed home a corner and seven minutes later Rhianne Oakley added a fourth. Deep into added time, Eliza Collie got City’s fifth.
Swansea City also won by a four-goal margin at Cardiff Met. Stacey John-Davis broke the deadlock after 34 minutes, making it two just 12 minutes into the second half when burying Chloe Chivers’ cross. Four minutes later she completed her hat-trick, Chivers later getting her name on the scoresheet.
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Aberystwyth Town 3-0 Barry Town United
Pontypridd United 2-0 Abergavenny
Emily Thomas opened the scoring for Aberystwyth against Barry in a quick counter-attack, Amy Jenkins then doubled the lead to be two up at half time. Shauna Chambers added the-third, helping Aberystwyth keep their hopes of silverware this season alive.
Pontypridd’s Liv Francis netted just before half time against Abergavenny, Carys Bufton put in another early in the second half.
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Genero Adran North
Airbus UK Broughton 1-0 Llanfair United
Llandudno 2-3 Felinheli
Rhyl 1-11 Wrexham
Wrexham added the Adran North title to the U19 title won on Friday, both teams going into the play offs, the U19s to be crowned national champions and the seniors to gain promotion to the Adran Premier. Their trophies will be presented at the women’s game at the Racecourse on 26 March.
Rosie Hughes got five goals and Amber Lightfoot three in Wrexham’s title-winning result at Rhyl.
Shannon Jones, Jordanne Greenough and Fflur Williams were on target for Felinheli during a fine win at Llandudno, Airbus banked their first win of the season against Llanfair United
Genero Adran South
Briton Ferry Llansawel 6-0 Swansea University
Cascade 1-0 Caldicot Town
Briton Ferry need five points from four games to ensure the crown, after hitting Swansea University for six with Lowri Baker, Lucy Powell, Megan Kearle, Lowri Ridings, Fleur Jenkins and Mollie Jones all scoring. Cascade defeated Caldicot with Anny Lewis the only scorer.
Genero Adran Trophy final
Next weekend is the first big final of the season, with Cardiff Met and Cardiff City Women hoping to claim the Genero Adran Trophy. The game is at the SDM Glass Stadium, Penybont/Bridgend, KO 2pm. Admission is Adults £5, Children/Concessions £2), while there is also live coverage on the FAW channels.
Fixtures for Wednesday 8 March
Genero Adran South
Briton Ferry Llansawel v Caldicot Town (Old Road Welfare Ground, 7pm)
Pontardawe Town v Swansea University (Swansea University, 8pm)