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Swans hit Cardiff City for six



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Swansea City Ladies strolled into the next stages of the WPWL cup this midweek with a 6-1 hammering of Cardiff City keeping alive their hopes of a league and cup double.

The two sides met on Wednesday night level in positions in Group Two with one win each but the result was never really in doubt as the Swans side moved into a comfortable first half lead and hammered home their advantage in the second half.

Ria Hughes, Stacey John-Davis, Tija Richardson, Emma Beynon (twice) and Katy Hosford were all on target for a dominant Swans side who followed up a 3-0 win over Cardiff in the league earlier in the season.

Cardiff City: Charlotte Hastings, Lisa Owen (Ffion Price, 62), Hannah Daley, Siobhan Walsh (C) (Ellie Jones, 77), Kanisha Underdown (Sophie Norman, 62), Danielle Broadhurst, Danielle Green, Jasmine Simpson (Charley Hocking, 86), Catherine Walsh, Zoe Atkins (MIkayla Cook, 46),

Cerys Pinchard.

Goals: Danielle Green 82’

Yellow Cards: Lisa Owen 58′

Swansea City: Claire Skinner, Shaunna Jenkins (Chloe Chivers, 51), Ellie Lake, Emma Beynon (C), Kelly Adams, Ria Hughes (Melissa Sartain 87), Katy Hosford, Stacey John-Davis, Laura Davies (Nieve Jenkins, 77), Tija Richardson, Jessica Williams.

Goals: Ria Hughes 28, Stacey John-Davis 36, Tija Richardson 39, Emma Beynon 47, 73, Katy Hosford 87’

The Swans have the chance to return to the top of the league table on Sunday when they host bottom side Cascade YC on Sunday afternoon whilst we have to wait a couple of weeks to find out our semi final cup opponents.


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Phil Sumblerhttp://www.planetswans.co.uk
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