Wrexham Women’s five-goal Rosie Hughes puts them top

Wrexham's five-goal Rosie Hughes.
Wrexham’s five-goal Rosie Hughes. (Photo: @adranleagues)

Wrexham AFC Women’s Rosie Hughes scored all their five goals at Barry Town United that put them top of the Genero Adran Premier on goal-difference.

Genero Adran Premier

Barry Town United 1-5 Wrexham AFC
Aberystwyth Town 2-0 Pontypridd United
Cardiff City Women 3-1 The New Saints
Cardiff Met 3-1 Swansea City

The leaders’ goal-difference is two better than that of Aberystwyth Town who beat Pontypridd United 2-0 with efforts by Lleucu Mathias and Rebecca Mathias, while three ahead of Cardiff City Women who saw off TNS 3-1 with the help of an Elize Collie brace.

Cardiff Met recorded their first win of the league season with a 3-1 defeat of Swansea City, Ingrid Ådland, Ellie Preece and Erin Murray on target for the Archers.

Adran Trophy

North Group 1: Rhyl 0-8 Connah’s Quay Nomads

North Group 2: Felinheli 0-5 Llandudno, Airbus UK Broughton 1-1 Bangor

South Group 1: Cwmbran Celtic 0-10 Briton Ferry Llansawel

South Group 2: Pontardawe Town 5-2 Coed Duon, Caldicot Town 1-1 Llanelli Town

Llandudno and Pontardawe Town have both qualified for the knockout stage with a game to spare, Keira Harris netting four of Ponty’s five goals. Other teams to make it two wins from as many games are Connah’s Quay Nomads and Briton Ferry Llansawel. Elana Harley hit half of the Nomads’ eight-goal tally, Alison Witts scored three of Ferry’s ten.

Fixtures for Sunday 8 October (2pm)

Adran Premier

The New Saints v Barry Town United (Park Hall)
Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth Town (Cyncoed Campus)
Swansea City v Pontypridd United (Llandarcy Academy Of Sport)
Wrexham v Cardiff City Women (The Rock, 5.10pm)

Adran North 

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

Adran South

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

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