THERE were convincing victories for Swansea City, Cardiff City, Cardiff Met and Pontypridd Town in the Genero Adran Premier on Sunday, with all four sides winning by a combined margin of 19-1.

While Pontypridd moved up to fourth in the table thanks to a 5-1 defeat of Port Talbot Town, it’s as you were at the top with Swansea heading the Bluebirds on goal difference and the Archers third.

It’s all set-up nicely for this weekend’s clash between first and second in Llandarcy.

Chris Church’s team secured an eighth straight success of the season by thrashing Barry Town United 5-0 at Jenner Park.

Laura Davies got the ball rolling in the 28th minute, before in-form Stacey John-Davis added the visitors’ second on the stroke of half-time.

Kelly Adams added number three just after the hour mark, substitute Jessica Williams grabbed the fourth and player of the match John-Davis converted from the spot to make it five.

Level on points but now with a goal difference four better than the Bluebirds, Swansea can create daylight at the summit should they get the better of Port Talbot at Victoria Road on Thursday.

As for Cardiff City, they saw off The New Saints 4-0 at Cardiff International Sports Stadium.

Amy Williams opened the scoring on 10 minutes and with a quarter of the game gone the hists were 3-0 in front.

A Catherine Walsh double in the space of six minutes knocked the stuffing out of TNS.

And after Saints’ Lexie Harrison picked up a second yellow card on the hour, Walsh clinched her hat-trick to seal a routine three points.

There was another one-sided contest just up the road in Cyncoed where Cardiff Met proved too good for Aberystwyth Town.

Amy Long set the ball rolling in the 17th minute, while Taylor O’Leary made it two just after the break.

O’Leary netted her second and Met’s third on 66 minutes, before Ellie Preece completed the win.

The game in Treforest was over after 45 minutes as hosts Pontypridd scored four of their five goals before half-time.

Alana Murphy scored the fastest goal of the weekend with a strike inside the first minute, Olivia Barnett improved on that and Kirstie Pervin-Davies added a third.

Barnett got the fourth, and although Courteney Thomas pulled one back after Lauren Amor missed a penalty for the visitors, Efa Preece-Jones, with her first senior goal, secured a 5-1 success.

While the top two meet on Sunday, TNS host Met, Port Talbot go to Barry and Pontypridd travel to Aberystwyth.