CARDIFF CITY FC 11 LLANDUDNO JUNCTION LADIES 1
Cardiff City made it five wins from five starts this season and declared their title intentions loud and clear at Leckwith Stadium.
Danielle Broadhurst (18,36,67) and Catherine Walsh (25,32,78) both scored hat-tricks,Hattie Powell bagged a brace (44,58) and Emma Jones (50) a Claire Colville own goal (72) and an Amy Wathan strike 2 minutes from time completed the scoring for rampant City.
A 40th minute goal by Hollie Farr was the only consolation for Llandudno Junction at the end of a long day both on and off the field for the visitors.
CARDIFF MET 3 LLANIDLOES 1
Hannah Billingham of Cardiff Met scored twice
Cardiff Met are still sitting pretty on the top of the table having come from behind to inflict the first defeat of the season upon Llanidloes.
Gemma Lloyd put the visitors ahead after 21 minutes - a lead which was preserved until the half time interval.
Following the break, two goals by Hannah Billingham (53+79) gave the students the advantage and an 85th minute goal from Adele Hooper wrapped things up for the 'Met'.
WREXHAM 5 PORT TALBOT 1
Port Talbot might regret going ahead after 12 minutes at Collier's Park on Sunday afternoon because following Courtney Thomas' opener, the home side responded in style.
Syd Hynchcliffe netted the first of her hat-trick after 24 minutes and Lyndsey Rodger coverted her penalty a minute before the break to put the home side ahead.
Hynchcliffe scored another two goals before the hour mark and Lowri Edwards registered the fifth goal of the afternoon for the home side with 20 minutes left.
NORTHOP HALL 5 CAERNARFON 0
Northop Hall agreed to reverse this fixture during the week and will be happy with the final outcome at Rhydymwyn FC.
Following a goalless first hour of play - Northop Hall moved up a gear and scored their 5 goals in less than half an hour.
Laura Pennington was once again on the scoresheet - her hat-trick goals claimed on 60,65 and 75 minutes. Ashleigh Foster (71) and Ashleigh Hayes (88) claimed the other goals for the home side - leaving the visitors still searching for their first victory of the campaign.
ABERYSTWYTH 0 NEWCASTLE EMLYN 1
A lone 81st minute goal by Stacey John was enough to secure all three points for the 'Emlyn'. Following good team play in the build up, John confidently struck her right footed shot into the back of the net from 16 yards. The visitors defended their lead bravely for the remaining 9 minutes and held on to the victory.
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