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Report: Swans Ladies 4 Llandudno Ladies 0

Stacey John-Davis had the first chance in the sixth minute when her effort skimmed the crossbar following a great cross from Katy Hosford.

Just a minute later, Swans Ladies striker Katie Davies gave Ian Owen’s side the lead with a close-range finish.

Davies had a great chance to net her second, but her effort went just wide in the 16th minute.

An excellent shot from Jodie Passmore was stopped by Llandudno’s keeper in the 24th minute before a Sophie Hancocks strike missed the targtet as the Swans Ladies looked to double their lead.

A great tackle from Alison Witts denied Llandudno as they searched for an equaliser before the break.

In the second half, a Hosford corner was deflected into the goal by Llandudno’s Jemila Bukari to extend the Swans Ladies’ lead to 2-0 in the 65th minute.

Then a Hancocks corner found Kelly Newcombe on the edge of the box and she fired home with an outstanding volleyed effort.

John-Davis wrapped up the win in the final minute when she chipped the ball into the net.

Swans Ladies: Kate Brisland, Lauren Hancock (Meg Franks 81’), Alicia Powe, Alison Witts, Ria Hughes, Stacey John-Davis, Kelly Newcombe (Emily Richards 82’), Sophie Hancocks, Katy Hosford, Jodie Passmore, Katie Davies (Hannah Thomas 90+2’).

Subs not used: Gemma Border, Kirsty O’Donnell.

 

Next up for the Swans Ladies is a trip to the Cardiff City Stadium this Sunday (3pm) for the FAW Women’s Cup Final against Cardiff City FC Women.

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