25 Oct #AdranPremier: Swansea City Ladies extend unbeaten record to three years
A 5-1 win at The New Saints in the Genero Adran Premier meant that Swansea City Ladies are now unbeaten in league games for three years.
The New Saints 1-5 Swansea City
Aberystwyth Town 4-2 Port Talbot Town
Swansea City joined Cardiff Met and Cardiff City FC on 15 points, as a 5-1 victory at TNS saw their unbeaten league record reach three years. Katie Hosford scored twice, Tija Richardson, Alicia Powe and Gwen Horgan once each, while Emily Ridge got a goal back for the hosts. Cardiff Met were the last side to beat the Swans, 2-0 on 21 October 2018.
Aberystwyth are fourth following a 4-2 defeat of Port Talbot, in which Amy Jenkins hit a hat-trick. Jessica Denscombe did score first for the visitors and net again later on, while Ffiona Evans was also on target for Aber.
Airbus UK Broughton 5-0 Llanfair United
Connah’s Quay Nomads 5-2 Wrexham
Denbigh Town 1-5 Pwllheli
Llandudno 3-3 Bethel
The top two shared six goals as Llandudno drew 3-3 with leaders Bethel, thanks to Ella Jones’ dramatic stoppage-time equaliser. Connah’s Quay were 1-0 down to Wrexham at half-time but fought back to win 5-2, although Tamara Hamer was shown a red card late on. Airbus got off the mark when sending Llanfair United to a 5-0 defeat, Tegan Hewitt hitting a hat-trick. Amy Roberts also scored three times as Pwllheli won at Denbigh,
Cardiff Bluebelles 1-3 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Talycopa 0-18 Abergavenny
Cascade 0-0 Caldicot Town
Swansea University 4-0 Merthyr Town
Abergavenny made it three straight wins with a whopping 18-0 result at Talycopa. Briton Ferry went level on points with Cardiff Bluebelles after beating them 3-1 away with the help of a Georgia Howells double. Swansea University banked their first points with all four goals of the game against Merthyr Town, whose keeper Phoebe Evans was injured and taken to hospital. Cascade still trail Caldicot Town on goals scored after the pair met and drew a blank.
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