The Genero Adran Premier has another action-packed weekend in store as matchday three approaches.
Aberystwyth Town host Cardiff Metropolitan in another tough test for the Seasiders following their valiant display in a 4-0 loss at Cardiff City last week.
Gavin Allen’s side were competitive for large parts, but a brace from the talented Phoebie Poole, along with Amy Williams’ first Bluebirds goal and Danielle Broadhurst’s late strike saw them succumb to their first loss of the campaign.
Met head into the contest having bounced back from their opening day loss to title-rivals Swansea City, as they secured an impressive 6-0 win over Port Talbot Town at Cyncoed Campus, in which Erin Murray and Emily Allen both netted braces.Click here for Genero Adran Premier Fixtures
Swansea City Ladies, who are one of only two Genero Adran Premier sides to win both their opening fixtures, play host to Barry Town United.
The Swans faced a competitive Pontypridd Town last time out, with second-half goals from Katy Hosford and Chloe Chivers sealing a hardly-fought win.
Barry Town recorded their first win of the campaign in fine fashion, with a 7-2 victory over fellow newcomers The New Saints, with 17-year-old Mackenzie Olden netting a superb hat-trick.
The Saints will look to bounce back as they host Cardiff City Women, who have been hugely impressive so far this campaign.
Iain Darbyshire’s side recorded a 4-0 victory over Port Talbot Town on the opening day and repeated the feat against Aberystwyth Town last week.
The Bluebirds, with eight goals and two clean sheets to their tally, are setting the early pace at the top of the table.
Finally, we will see Port Talbot Town clash with Pontypridd Town.
Hayley Williams’ side had a very difficult run of fixtures at the start of the campaign, following up a defeat to Cardiff City with a loss against Cardiff Metropolitan.
Pontypridd Town, who beat The New Saints on the opening day and competed well against the Swans, will provide another stern test in an intriguing battle at Victoria Road.
With four mouth-watering fixtures, the Genero Adran Premier is set for another exciting weekend.