Report | Swansea City Ladies 16 Coedffranc Women 0

9th October 2022
Ladies
Emily Freeman Swans Ladies

Swansea City Ladies sailed through to the third round of the FAW Women’s Cup with an emphatic win over Coedffranc Women.

Eight different scorers netted for the Swans, with Nia Rees hitting five and Katy Hosford netting four before being substituted at half time.

The visitors, who ply their trade in the West Wales Women’s League, battled gamely and creditably throughout against the defending national champions.

The Swans found themselves two goals ahead after just four minutes, Hosford finding the back of the net twice within the opening moments of the game.

Monet Legall was forced off the field after just 12 minutes, suffering an injury after stretching for a ball from Hosford.

Rees replaced Legall and would be on the scoresheet just five minutes later, bursting through the Coedffranc defence before poking home.

Chloe Tiley would then get in on the goal scoring, converting after an excellent through ball from Emily Freeman sent her through.

The Swans continued to show their ruthless streak throughout the first half, Rees and Hosford both netting two more before the break as they both sealed their hat tricks, sending the Swans into the break 8-0 up.

But the punishment from the Swans didn’t stop their, Rees finding her fourth of the game almost immediately after the restart.

Jess Wiliams would net her second goal in as many games, heading home a great delivery from Emma Beynon as the Swans reached double figures.

Ellie Lake would also score her second goal of the season, converting a low cross from Gwen Horgan at the back post.

Freeman netted her first of the afternoon three minutes later, before Nieve Jenkins tapped home a corner that Coedffranc failed to clear just moments later.

As the game headed towards it’s final moments, the Swans refused to let up, Rees scoring her fifth and Freeman getting her second.

Late into added time, 17-year-old Gwen Horgan would find the net to make it 16 as the Swans safely progressed to the next round.

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