Genero Adran South | Weekend preview

Swansea, Wales – 26th November 2023: Hannah Pinney of Swansea Uni celebrates scoring her sides first goal. Swansea University v Cascade in the Genero Adran South at Swansea University Sports Centre on the 26th November 2023. (Pic by Lewis Mitchell/FAW)

The Reds have won all 10 of their league games this season, and while they will have one eye on a potential promotion play-off, they will also be keen to claim victory in their final two matches. 

Third-place Celtic will perhaps be the toughest test, with James Kinsella’s side unbeaten in their last six league matches. Jade Crofts’ hat-trick helped them to a 3-2 win over Pontardawe Town last weekend. 

Genero Adran South top goalscorer Alison Witts starred in 6-0 and 10-0 wins for Ferry over Cwmbran Celtic earlier in the season. 

Second-place Cascade play their final league game of the season on Sunday as they host Caldicot Town. 

Cascade, who also have a Hugh James SWFA Cup semi-final to look forward to, lost 3-1 to Briton Ferry last weekend but have the chance to confirm second place for the second consecutive season. 

Caldicot picked up only their second league win of the season as they defeated Llanelli Town 1-0 last weekend, moving three points clear of the bottom of the table in the process.

Cascade came from two goals down to triumph over Caldicot in September, with Phoebe Ware’s 76th-minute strike proving decisive in a 3-2 win. 

Bottom side Pontardawe Town will aim move level on points with Caldicot when they play host to Swansea University.

Natalie Salter’s team recorded their first league win of the season with a 2-1 win over Caldicot at the beginning of the month, but last week they were beaten 3-2 at home by Cwmbran Celtic. 

Swansea University have not played a Genero Adran South game in over a month, but they have lost just one of their last four matches and look set to finish fourth in the table. 

Renee Day scored twice for Ponty in January’s reverse fixture, but a late Jess Goucher equaliser meant the two sides shared the points in a 2-2 draw. 

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