Cardiff City Ladies continue to blow away all opposition in the Welsh Women’s Premier League, demolishing Llandudno Junction 11-1 as they maintained their unblemished record with a fifth straight victory.
Danielle Broadhurst and Catherine Walsh both helped themselves to hat-tricks in the one-sided rout, Hattie Powell struck a brace while Emma Jones, Amy Wathan and a Claire Colville own goal completed the scoring for the hosts.
Llandudno did manage a Hollie Farr strike just before the interval but it proved to be little consolation as the capital side looked very much like champions elect.
It is the other Cardiff side that head the table though, with student outfit Cardiff Met three points clear as they picked up their sixth win, defeating visiting Llanidloes 3-1 but were made to work for their victory.
Gemma Lloyd found the target for the visitors after 21 minutes but a second half fightback led by striker Hannah Billingham (2) took the fight out of their opposition, and the Met made sure of the points five minutes from time when Adele Hooper tapped in.
Meanwhile, a fourth win of the season looked on the cards for Port Talbot Town when Courtney Thomas gave them the lead at Wrexham, but their advantage was short-lived with the North Walians cruising to a 5-1 success.
Elsewhere, a Laura Pennington treble helped Northop Hall dispatch Caernarfon Town 5-0, while a late Stacey John effort saw Newcastle Emlyn bag a 1-0 triumph at Aberystwyth.