Date: Sun 10 Mar 2013

WPWL Results 10/3/13

Canlyniadau Uwch Gynghrair Merched Cymru

CARDIFF CITY FC 4 SWANSEA CITY 0

The League leaders bounced back from their first defeat of the season by beating a strong Swansea side at Leckwith on Sunday.
Danielle Broadhurst claimed a brace while Shanelle Edwards and Rachel Rowe completed the scoring for the home side.


CAERPHILLY CASTLE 0 CARDIFF MET 43

A record score at the White Tips Stadium as Cardiff Met continued their title challenge. Emily Allen bagged a record 14 goals and Adele Hooper claimed 11 goals.


NEWCASTLE EMLYN 0 WREXHAM 1

Wrexham kept their title hopes alive as well with a valuable victory on the road. Chloe Foster's 18 yard shot after 73 minutes was enough to secure the 3 points for Dave Taylor's team at Cae Emlyn - a victory which well and truly keeps the pressure on both Cardiff teams at the top.


LLANIDLOES 1 CAERNARFON 0

Steph Hugheson's strike was enough to ensure the 3 points for Llani at Victoria Park on Sunday. Caernarfon, who's results have improved of late contested well - but travelled home empty handed due to Hugheson's intervention.


NORTHOP HALL 1 PORT TALBOT 7

A stunning first half performance saw Port Talbot sipping their half time tea 6-0 to the good. Although Ashleigh Hayes netted for Northop 2 minutes into the second half - Jess Wadey restored the visitors' 6 goal advantage with 5 minutes left of play.
Alex Thomas gave Port Talbot the perfect start with 2 goals in the first 6 minutes. Sian Scannell, Coryn Sexton, Rachel Ball and Lucy Edwards were the other first half scorers.


LLANDUDNO JUNCTION 1 ABERYSTWYTH 1

Amy Todd scored on the half hour mark for the Junction and the home side seemed to be heading for the victory until Gemma Kay popped up with 9 minutes left to grab a point for Aberystwyth.


Buddugoliaethau pwysig tua'r brig i'r ddau glwb o Gaerdydd a Wrecsam. Llwyddiant swmpus i Bort Talbot yn Llaneurgain a buddugoliaeth fain i Lanidloes yn erbyn Caernarfon. Cafwyd unig ganlyniad cyfartal y penwythnos rhwng Cyffordd Llandudno ac Aberystwyth.