RHIANNE Oakley’s penalty on the stroke of half-time was enough to give Swansea City victory in the battle between the Genero Adran Premier top two at Llandarcy.

The Swans went into their derby with Cardiff City topping the table on goal difference and with a game in hand on the visiting Bluebirds.

Swansea nearly went ahead as early as the seventh minute but Katy Hosford fired over after being found by Stacey John-Davis.

John-Davis was the creator six minutes later when Kelly Adams’ effort rebounded off the post and into the hands of the grateful Ceryn Chamberlain.

With the interval approaching, an Oakley cross hit the hand of Cardiff captain Siobhan Walsh and referee Thomas Bevan pointed to the spot.

Oakley held her nerve to coolly slot the ball past Chamberlain for what proved to be the winner.

Cardiff Met are up to second after they came from behind to beat The New Saints 6-2 at Park Hall.

A Jen Jarvie own goal gave the Archer the lead, but the visitors were stunned when TNS went 2-1 ahead.

Faye Marshall equalised and then Helen Evans netted on 26 minutes to put the hosts in front.

It took the Archers until the 65th minute to get back into it through Lauren Hutton-Townsend’s penalty.

And four goals in the final 20 minutes – two each for Ellie Preece and Laura-May Walkley – salvaged the win for Yzzy Taylor’s team.

Pontypridd Town and Aberystwyth Town remain fourth and fifth respectively following a goalless stalemate.

And there was a huge win for Port Talbot Town against Barry Town United at Jenner Park.

Manon Pearce opened the scoring for the hosts inside 60 seconds, but Courteney Thomas and Caitlin Owen responded, and Jess Denscombe added Town’s third after the break.