Poor weather across Wales over Friday and Saturday had an impact on the weekend's games, as Cardiff City v Llandudno and Abergavenny v Rhyl were both postponed due to waterlogged pitches. Three games did go ahead though, which saw wins for Swansea, Cyncoed and Cardiff Met.
Caldicot Town 0-6 Swansea City
A polished performance from Swansea saw them put six past Caldicot at Jubilee Way.
The Swans started quickly and were in front in three minutes, Emma Beynon getting on the end of Katy Hosford's pass to score. Hosford turned scorer on 22', getting on the end of an Adams cross to double the lead.
Hosford was at it again just after the half hour mark, tapping home to make it three for the visitors. Stacey John-Davies made it 4-0 shortly after the restart, before Ellie Lake's long range effort found the net minutes later to make it five. There was just time two minutes from the end for Jodie Passmore to make it six from just outside the box, a goal which capped off a good result for Swans who stay second.
Cyncoed 7-0 Caernarfon Town
The Canaries are still looking for their first point of the campaign after they were well beaten away to Cyncoed.
Robyn Pinder had a home debut to remember for the Mighty Oaks, grabbing three of the home side's seven goals. Kirstie Pervin-Davies got one in each half, with Kerry Moore and Rosina Hill the other scorers.
The win lifts Cyncoed into third, above Abergavenny and Cardiff City, and keeps them one point behind Swansea in second.
Cardiff Met 2-0 Port Talbot Town
In the late kick-off, leaders Cardiff Met kept their eleven point advantage at the top of the table with a 2-0 win at home against Port Talbot.
Met took an early lead on 6', an overlapping run from Sophie Scherschel creating space for her to pull back for Kitty Wells to score.
Naomi Clipson doubled the lead for Met six minutes into the second half, her shot from the edge of the area going in via the post.