SWANSEA City set-up a potential clash with Cardiff Met in the Genero Adran Trophy quarter-finals after Kathryn Carter’s hat-trick helped seal an emphatic 6-0 win over Wrexham.

Chloe Chivers netted a brace and Laura Davies and Ellie Lake also scored as Chris Church’s Adran Premier leaders marched into the last eight.

The draw for the next round handed the Swans an away fixture against the winners of the Cardiff Met-Llandudno tie which was one of the three postponed last Sunday.

Cardiff City’s trip to Pwllheli and Pontypridd Town’s home game with Abergavenny were the other two fixtures to be put back.

The New Saints will host Port Talbot in the quarters after the former beat Adran North high-flyers Connah’s Quay Nomads 4-0.

Lexie Harrison’s penalty put TNS in front and Lucie Platt added a second before the break, while Caitlin Chapman and Georgia Griffiths completed the victory.

Port Talbot edged through to the last eight thanks to Victoria Beddows’ late effort against Cascade of Adran South.

Barry Town United will go to Pwllheli or Cardiff next after triumphing 3-1 at Caldicot Town.

Holly Jenkins put the visitors in front, only for Caldicot to respond through Lucy McDonough.

However, a late Sian Rees double saw the top-flight side through.

The winners of Pontypridd-Abergavenny will entertain Aberystwyth Town who beat Briton Ferry Llansawel 2-0.

The Seasiders secured their place in the quarter-finals thanks to goals from Hannah Pusey and Carys Davies.