There was a big win for Cardiff Met at home to Abergavenny. Lauren Townsend opened the scoring on 8' with a free-kick. The visitors then had a chance cleared off the line before Robyn Pinder's long range effort went in off the post to double Met's lead on 19'. Kitty Wells scored Met's third two minutes later, before adding a fourth on 33' to send the Archers into the break 4-0 up. Second-half substitute Monique Fischer wrapped up the scoring in the final minute for Met, who go top of the table on goal difference.
There was also a big win at home for Llandudno as they welcomed Caernarfon to the Giant Hospitality Stadium. Louisha Doran was the star of the show, bagging a four goal haul for the hosts. Having opened the scoring on 18', Doran struck again ten minutes after the break, before completing her hat-trick from the penalty spot on 64'. Kelsey Davies added a fourth on 74' before Doran rounded off the scoring in injury time to give Llandudno their first win of the campaign.
A tight game at the Genquip Stadium was eventually settled late on in favour of the hosts. Rachel Ball had put Port Talbot in front just before the break, but Caldicot hit back soon after the restart, Alana Murphy scoring on 48'. The scores remained level until the 86th minute, Terri Beddows finding a winner for Talbot to make it three wins from four to open the season.
It was more capital punishment for Rhyl at the Corbett Sports Stadium as they lost 3-1 to Cyncoed. Gwen Davies opened the scoring from outside the area for the visitors on 17', before Rhyl's Emily Jones levelled on 24'. Three minutes later the Oaks were back in front, Jess Williams with the goal. Niamh Tinman added a third for the visitors just before half time, and they held out in the second half to also move onto nine points.
Three first half goals gave Swansea the win over Cardiff at Llandarcy. Stacey John-Davies headed home a Katy Hosford free-kick on 9' to put the Swans in front, before Jodie Passmore doubled the lead on 19', converting a free-kick after a foul on Hosford. Sarah Adams then hit the woodwork for the Swans, before John-Davies extended the lead on 37'. Passmore went close late on again for the Swans who, along with Met, have three wins from three to start the season.