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)

Genero Adran South champions Briton Ferry Llansawel continue their quest for an invincible league season as they travel to Pontardawe Town on Sunday afternoon. 

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. 

Ponty are currently bottom of the table having won just one league game all season, but they will hope to catch sixth-place Caldicot Town who they trail by three points with two games remaining. 

Alison Witts scored four goals as Ferry stormed to a 11-0 league victory over Pontardawe on the opening day of the season before a late winner from Fleur Jenkins gave the Reds a narrow 2-1 in the Bute Energy Welsh Cup in November. 

Caldicot Town conclude their league campaign by hosting Cwmbran Celtic on Sunday afternoon. 

Caldicot were thrashed 9-0 by Cascade last weekend, but they have won both of their two games at Jubilee Way in 2024 so far. 

Third-place Cwmbran Celtic are unbeaten in their last six league matches and trail second-place Cascade by five points, meaning they must win their two remaining games to catch them. 

Eloise Meaney and Kim Harrison both scored twice as Celtic won 4-2 against Caldicot in the reverse fixture on the opening day of the campaign.  

Llanelli Town also wrap up their league season – their first in the Genero Adran South – when they travel to Swansea University. 

The Reds currently sit in fifth place and have held their own following promotion from the SWWGL, but they have lost their last five games and only managed to score once in that run. 

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. 

Hannah Pinney’s 93rd-minute strike gave the Swans a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Llanelli on the opening day of the campaign.

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