Genero Adran South | Weekend preview

Briton Ferry Llansawel will lift the Genero Adran South trophy after their game against Cascade at Old Road on Sunday. 

The Reds secured the title for the second consecutive season following a 2-0 win over Llanelli Town last month and they will now hope to complete a perfect league campaign, having won all nine of their matches so far. 

Second-place Cascade have been Ferry’s nearest challengers this season, so they will hope to blemish the champions’ record after being unable to stop them from cantering to the title. Cascade conceded a late equaliser in their 1-1 draw with Cwmbran Celtic last time out, which opened the door for Ferry to get their hands on the trophy. 

Reds forward Alison Witts stole the show in both previous games against Cascade this season, as her hat-trick inspired a 6-0 league win in October and before she netted another treble in the same month to secure a 3-0 victory in the Genero Adran Trophy group stage.

Pontardawe Town earned their first league win of the season by beating Caldicot Town 2-1 last weekend and they now host Cwmbran Celtic. 

Ponty still sit bottom of the Genero Adran South table but only on goal difference, so will hope to climb up the table in their final three matches of the campaign. 

Cwmbran Celtic have enjoyed an impressive first season in the second tier and are currently on a five-match unbeaten run. James Kinsella’ side sit third in the table, five points behind second-place Cascade but with a game in hand. 

Fiona Anthony’s hat-trick and Eloise Meaney’s brace earned a comfortable 5-1 win for Celtic in the reverse fixture in October. 

Llanelli Town are looking to end a run of four consecutive league losses as they travel to Jubilee Way to face Caldicot Town.

The fifth-place Reds lost 2-0 to Briton Ferry in their most recent outing, but they have largely held their own in their first season in the Genero Adran South. 

Caldicot have suffered back-to-back defeats against Swansea University and Pontardawe Town, leaving them in sixth place but only off the bottom of the table by virtue of goal difference. 

First half goals from Stacey Webber and Lynsey Morris were enough to give Llanelli a narrow 2-1 victory in the reverse league fixture at Stebonheath in October. 

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