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Posted 31st March 2014, 09:18 in

Cardiff Met Win Welsh Premier Cup

Cardiff Met were narrow 1-0 winners over Llanidloes in the first ever Shared Access Welsh Premier League Cup Final, played at the GenQuip Stadium yesterday.

Sunday March 30th

Caernarfon Town 5-2 Port Talbot Town
Newcastle Emlyn 5-3 Llandudno Junction
Swansea City 1-4 PILCS
Cardiff Met 1-0 Llanidloes

Cardiff Met Ladies 2-1 Llanidloes
Cardiff Met won the inaugural Welsh Premier League Cup with a second-half goal against Llanidloes at Port Talbot Town FC.

While Llani's Kate Thomas had an effort blocked by Yzzy Taylor, Emily Brown fired narrowly wide for the students in the first half.

Jemma Lloyd, Jenny Broughall and Kate Thomas all had chances for Llanidloes but it was the Archers' Ellie Sargent who scored with 20 minutes left, beating three defenders before finishing well.

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Swansea City 1-4 PILCS

PILCS made up some ground on the leaders as Amy Thrupp hit a hat-trick in a 4-1 success at fourth-placed Swansea City.

Thrupp's opener midway through the first half was swiftly added too by Katrina French and although Jodie Passmore replied after the interval, Thrupp thwarted the Swans' hopes with two more goals.

Newcastle Emlyn 5-3 Llandudno Junction

Newcastle Emyln got the better of Llandudno Junction in an eight-goal thriller to move into seventh spot.

They led 2-0 at the break through Marie Davies and Carys Davies and although Katie Bowe replied for Llandudno, Carys Davies soon added her second.

The visitors scored twice more late on through Bowe and Jessica Wall but Newcastle cancelled each one out as Amanda John and Stacey John scored to protect their lead.

Caernarfon Town 5-2 Port Talbot Town

Basement side Caernarfon Town moved level on points with Aberystwyth Town after posting a 5-2 win against mid-table Port Talbot.

Sian Scannell opened the scoring for the visitors but Katie Williams equalised and Catrin Thomas bagged a brace for the hosts before half time.

Williams further extended the lead before Sophie Gridley got Port's second, afterwhich Anna Jones completed the scoring for Cofi.

Pictured - Welsh Premier League Cup winners, Cardiff Met. (Photo:

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