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Cardiff City and Swansea City Set to Clash in Adran Final – Recap of Recent Matches

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In the recent week of Welsh football, despite only having four games, each match carried significant stakes.

The week saw the setup of the first final of 2024, with high-stakes games in the Adran North influencing the title race.

Starting with the Adran Trophy, Cardiff City, coming off their first league loss in around two years, faced Aberystwyth Town. Despite the Seasiders’ confidence, the Bluebirds secured a 4-0 victory. Meg Bowen’s early header set the tone, followed by goals from Ffion Price and a remarkable hat-trick from Price in the second half. Cardiff City, the reigning Adran Premier champions, advanced to their third consecutive Adran Trophy final.

In North Wales, Swansea City triumphed over The New Saints (TNS) with a 5-1 victory, securing their spot in the final against Cardiff City. Emily Thomas, Sammy Wynne, and Stacey John-Davis were among the goal scorers for Swansea. TNS bowed out at the semi-final stage for the second consecutive year.

Moving to the Adran North, with Llandudno not playing, Y Felinheli closed the gap to three points with a 4-1 win against Rhyl. Catrin Evans’ brace contributed to Felin’s victory. The upcoming clash between Y Felinheli and Llandudno on February 17th is anticipated as a potential title decider.

Connah’s Quay Nomads bounced back with a dominant 14-0 win over Llanfair United. The first half witnessed six goals, with Polly Wild-McGregor, Kylie Jones, Alisha Whitehead-Jones, Sophie Rawling, and Kirstie Kural among the scorers. The second half continued the goal fest, with Wild-McGregor adding two more, Kural completing her hat-trick, and Rawling securing a total of three goals. Connah’s Quay Nomads demonstrated resilience in keeping their title aspirations alive.


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