Genero Adran Premier round-up | Cardiff City end title-winning campaign in style

Cardiff City concluded their Genero Adran Premier title-winning campaign in style as they triumphed 5-1 over Wrexham at the Cardiff City Stadium. 

It took just seven minutes for the Bluebirds to break the deadlock as Rhianne Oakley rounded Del Morgan for her sixth league goal in as many games, while a stunning free-kick from Mikayla Cook and a flicked header from captain Siobhan Walsh gave them a comfortable lead at the break.  

Eliza Collie secured the Genero Adran Premier golden boot by scoring the fourth goal of the day after 53 minutes, capitalising on a defensive mistake to slot home. There was a moment to savour for teenager Olivia Basham, who came off the bench to score her first league goal for the club by sliding the ball home from Cook’s low cross in the 69th minute. 

Wrexham netted a consolation goal two minutes later when Carra Jones fired home from distance to deny Cardiff a clean sheet. 

The other game in the top half saw Aberystwyth Town and Swansea City play out a goalless draw at Park Avenue. 

The two sides shared the points in a 1-1 draw last Wednesday, and nothing could separate them once again. 

Katy Hosford and Chloe Chivers went close for the Swans, but Aberystwyth goalkeeper Sophie Steele was on top form to deny the visitors and earn her side a hard-fought point to round off the season. 

Plate Conference winners The New Saints ended their campaign with a fourth consecutive victory by beating Pontypridd United 3-0 at USW Sports Park. 

Grace Dunkerley scored her first goal for the club from close range to open the scoring on 36 minutes, but it remained just 1-0 until the final 12 minutes. 

Chantelle Teare beat Klaudia Wojtyczka at her near post to double the advantage, before Ponty failed to deal with Caitlin Chapman’s corner and allowed Izzy Redding to fire home. 

Cardiff Met earned their first away win since January as they edged past Barry Town United 2-1 at Jenner Park. 

Archers captain Tiggy Webb fired home the opener after 20 minutes, but her strike was quickly cancelled out by India Shanahan five minutes later. 

The winning goal came in the 73rd minute as Ellie Preece’s cross-turned-shot found its way past Erin Brennan. Shanahan thought she had equalised for Barry for the second time, but her effort was disallowed for offside. 

Genero Adran Premier results

Aberystwyth Town 0-0 Swansea City
Barry Town United 1-2 Cardiff Met
Cardiff City 5-1 Wrexham
Pontypridd United 0-3 The New Saints

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