Port Talbot Town 1-1 Cardiff Met
In the day's late kick off the champions Met were held to a point away at Port Talbot.
Lucy Brown had put Met in front midway through the first half, and a tight game turned during the last ten minutes.
First, Laura May Walkley was fouled in the Met box, Jessica Curran dispatching the spot kick to level things. Then the home side were reduced to ten, but Met failed to take advantage, and were also reduced to ten in injury time when Lucy Finch was shown a straight red.
Abergavenny 3-0 Briton Ferry Llansawel
Abergavenny got their second win of the season with a 3-0 victory at home to Briton Ferry Llansawel.
Three second half goals saw the home side take the points. Sian Bull headed the first five minutes after the break, after she was found by Laura Davies' cross.
Naomi Cook added a second with fifteen minutes to go, while Davies rounded things off six minutes from time to keep the perfect start rolling after their win away at Swansea last week.
Caernarfon Town 0-4 Swansea City
Swansea meanwhile bounced back from that defeat with a 4-0 win away at the Oval.
Two goals from Stacey John-Davies and one apiece from Sophie Hancock and Jodie Passmore secured the points for the Swans.
Llandudno 1-4 Cardiff City
City stayed top of the table with a 4-1 win against Llandudno.
Remarkably, all five goals came in the final half hour of the game. Catherine Walsh, fresh from her hat trick at Briton Ferry, opened the scoring on the hour after a City free kick was spilled into her path.
Lisa Owen slotted home the second, before Walsh got her fifth of the season to give the visitors breathing space.
Mari Gibbard pulled on back for Llandudno with five to go, but Alana Murphy was on hand to restore City's three goal lead and see them return to the capital with another win in the bag.