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Highlights: Swans Ladies 1 Cardiff Met 2

The Swans Ladies started brightly and their hard work paid off with Kelly Newcombe opening the scoring in the second half.

However, it did not take long for Cardiff Met to equalise thanks to a goal from Steph Turner.

Just minutes later, Met were awarded a penalty in an incident which also saw Swans keeper Gemma Border receive a yellow card.

Substitute Jasmine Simpson converted from the spot to secure the 2-1 victory for the Archers as they extended their lead at the top of the WPWL table.

The Swans now turn their focus towards their WPWL League Cup fixture against Cyncoed Ladies at Llandarcy this Sunday (2pm).

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