FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Gwenllian Jones was Aberystwyth Town’s match-winner, as her second-half strike against The New Saints secured a first Genero Adran Premier win in five for the Seasiders.

Swansea City beat Port Talbot to maintain their six-point advantage at the top, Cardiff City hit Barry Town United for seven and Cardiff Met cruised home against Pontypridd Town.

Jones’ 56th-minute goal proved the difference in a tight encounter between the Seasiders and Saints at Park Avenue, as the hosts moved up to fourth in the league ahead of the January split.

The triumph also sets Aberystwyth up nicely for their trip to unbeaten reigning champions Swansea on Sunday – the Swans won the reverse fixture 3-0 just last week.

A goal in each half from Chloe Chivers, who came back recently following a knee injury, gave Swansea an 11th successive victory and a ninth clean sheet.

“I was really happy, obviously, scoring the goals to help get the points for the girls, but the main point for me is being back on the pitch and scoring goals,” she said.

“I was out for five-and-a-half weeks in total, so to come back the way I did is really important.

“It felt good to come back a lot earlier than was anticipated, but I am feeling strong and feeling good.

“You have to perform and put the week in during training to be in the starting 11, so to be back in that starting line-up was an honour.”

Danielle Broadhurst went one better for Cardiff City in their 7-1 rout of Barry in Leckwith.

Hannah Daley provided the assist for Broadhurst’s first after just four minutes, before Ffion Price set-up the striker’s second and third goals as the Bluebirds took a commanding lead into the break.

Amy Williams and Zoe Atkins added the fourth and fifth respectively, Phoebie Poole got the sixth and, after Mackenzie Olden got a consolation, Price netted the hosts’ seventh.

American Olivia Thompson broke the deadlock in Treforest, but the game was in the balance until the last 10 minutes when Cardiff Met pulled clear.

Lauren Hutton Townsend’s penalty and goals for Emily Allen and Jessie Taylor eventually proved too much for Pontypridd.