Date: Thu 16 May 2013

WPWL Title Goes to the Wire

Friday - Cardiff Met 7 Port Talbot 0

If Cardiff City FC beat Wrexham at the Cardiff City Stadium at 2pm on Sunday (19/5/13) they will probably be crowned Welsh Premier Women’s League Champions.
The Bluebirds have only lost once in the League all season - against local rivals Cardiff Met who are level with them on points following their 7-0 victory against Port Talbot on Friday – (Emily Brown 31,42,62,66, Emily Allen 50,88, Hannah Billingham 81) As things stand Cardiff City has a superior goal difference of 14 which could decide the destination of the title.
On Sunday, City host third placed Wrexham and Met welcome Llandudno Junction to Cyncoed in what proves to be an exciting climax to the inaugural Welsh Premier Women’s League.
Quote from Scott Young,Cardiff City Community Foundation Manager:
"It's fantastic to play our last WPL match on the stadium pitch, it accurately demonstrates the clubs commitment to the women’s programme. It will be a great occasion to play against Wrexham who as a club, have had a good season and hopefully we will have a winning end to a closely fought league. It is a fantastic opportunity to play on a top quality surface in a first class stadium and I hope all the players make the most of the day."

Os yw Dinas Caerdydd yn curo Wrecsam yn Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd ddydd Sul - yna mae'n debygol y byddant yn cael eu coroni’n bencampwyr Uwch Gynghrair Merched Cymru.
Gall Myfyrwyr Met Caerdydd dal ennill y Bencampwriaeth – gan iddyn nhw guro Port Talbot 7-0 nos Wener. Maent yn croesawu Cyffordd Llandudno i Gyncoed ddydd Sul – ond mae eu gwahaniaeth goliau 14 yn waeth na Dinas Caerdydd ar hyn o bryd. Felly bydd y Myfywyr yn gobeithio y gwnaiff Wrecsam ffafr fawr gyda nhw yn y Stadiwm ddydd Sul.
Un peth sy’n sicr – mae diweddglo hynod gyffrous ar y gorwel yn Uwch Gynghrair Merched Cymru.