Genero Adran Premier | Weekend preview

Swansea City and Cardiff City meet at Llandarcy on Sunday, just four days after the Bluebirds secured the Genero Adran Premier title with a 4-0 win over their rivals in the capital.

Rhianne Oakley’s brace in between goals from Eliza Collie and Molly Kehoe steered Iain Darbyshire’s side to an emphatic victory, moving them 11 points clear at the top of the table. 

It was a first defeat in 10 league games for the Swans, who will no doubt be hurt by seeing their rivals claim the title for the second season in a row. 

Chris Church’s side will aim to close the gap at the top as much as possible in their final three games of the campaign, while they also meet the Bluebirds in the Genero Adran Trophy final on 14 April. 

It will also be déjà vu at The Rock, as Wrexham and Aberystwyth Town meet again following their midweek meeting. 

Goals from Brooke Cairns and Carra Jones earned the Red Dragons a 2-0 victory over the Seasiders on Wednesday night – their first victory in phase two. 

It also confirmed a minimum of a third-place finish for Steve Dale’s side, an impressive achievement in their first season in the Genero Adran Premier. 

Aber are yet to pick up a point or even score a goal in phase two, but with the pressure off they will hope to prove their worth in their final two matches of the campaign. 

The New Saints will win the Genero Adran Premier Plate if they triumph against Barry Town United at Park Hall. 

Having started 2024 with just one point from seven matches, Greg Draper’s side have now won back-to-back matches against Cardiff Met and Pontypridd United to go four points clear at the top of the Plate Conference. 

Opponents Barry put themselves in pole position to claim the Plate with a 3-0 home win over TNS two weeks ago, but they have since lost to Ponty and Met to slip away. 

Nonetheless, victory for the Linnets would see them move within just a point of the Saints and make for an intriguing final day. 

A draw would also earn TNS the Plate if Cardiff Met fail to win against Pontypridd United at Cyncoed Campus. 

The Archers climbed to sixth with a 2-0 win over Barry in midweek and no side in the bottom half has picked up more points than Daniel Delahey’s side in phase two. 

That has been thanks in part to the form of Esme Kilburn-Thompson, who has six goals in her last four games since the split. 

Pontypridd are already relegated but have proved more solid since the split, with defeat to TNS on Wednesday night their first loss of phase two. 

The two sides played out a 2-2 draw two weeks ago, after Met were 1-0 winners in both of their meetings in phase one. 

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