Wrexham a Minute from Final before Extra-Time Defeat; Belles on the Ball Belles on the Ball Women's Football Every Wednesday

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Wrexham a Minute from Final before Extra-Time Defeat; Belles on the Ball Belles on the Ball Women's Football Every Wednesday


Byline: with DAVE JONES

WREXHAM were one minute away from a place in the FA of Wales Women's Cup nal only for Cardi City to grab a last-gasp equaliser and then go on to win the tie 4-1 in extra time.

Sunday's semi-nal at Llanidloes saw the Reds lead 1-0 at half time courtesy of a ne 38th-minute nish from mideld maestro Lyndsey Rodger.

Cardi applied a lot of pressure in the second period, but a combination of the brilliance of Wales Under-19 keeper Del Morgan and the woodwork kept the North Walians in front.

However, in the 89th minute Wrexham were left stunned when Lisa Bird leveled to force extra time.

Rodger in |Wrexham's e Reds were holding their own in extra time before two quick goals at the end of the rst period saw Cardi establish a crucial 3-1 lead. A Julia Morris own goal and Bird's second put City in control.

Shannon Evans completed the scoring in the second period to end Wrexham's dreams.

In the nal, Cardi will meet Swansea City, who whipped Cyncoed 5-0 in the other semi, Emma Beynon with a hat-trick, Katy Hosford and Chloe Lloyd one apiece.

Denbigh Town were given a real scare in their pursuit of the NORTH WALES WOMEN'S LEAGUE title when they were pushed all the way at Bethel before winning 4-2. Bethel began strongly without creating any clear-cut opportunities and paid the price on 19 minutes when Denbigh took the lead.

Mari Edwards picked up the ball on halfway, raced forward, beating two defenders on the way, and unleashed a rocket into the top corner from just outside the box.

Denbigh appeared to relax now and on 33 minutes Lucy Morris curled a shot into the bottom right-hand corner.

Bethel refused to lie down and on 43 minutes Alaw Huws powered home a header to make the score 1-2 at half time. …

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