Following last week’s announcement that the Orchard Welsh Premier Women’s League could resume, the League consulted clubs over a proposed revised fixture programme, which has now been confirmed.
The competition will resume on 7th March and is scheduled to conclude on 23rd May, when the Swans Ladies end their season with a South Wales derby against Cardiff City.
With 12 league games remaining, the Swans Ladies are currently in 2nd place behind Cardiff Met, whom have played a game more, but who lead the table with a better goal difference (+2).
The first game back for the Ladies, is a home game against bottom side Aberystwyth Town, before travelling to Caerphilly a week later to face Cascade YC, for the first time this season.
Sunday, March 14 – Swans Ladies v Aberystwyth Town
Sunday, March 21 – Cascade YC v Swans Ladies
Sunday, March 28 – Swans Ladies v Cyncoed
Sunday, April 4 – Abergavenny v Swans Ladies
Thursday, April 8 – Briton Ferry Llansawel v Swans Ladies
Sunday, April 11 – Port Talbot Town v Swans Ladies
Wednesday, April 21 – Cardiff Met v Swans Ladies
Sunday, April 25 – Cyncoed v Swans Ladies
Sunday, May 2 – Swans Ladies v Cascade YC
Sunday, May 9 – Swans Ladies v Abergavenny
Sunday, May 16 – Aberystwyth Town v Swans Ladies
Sunday, May 23 – Swans Ladies v Cardiff City
It’s going to a busy few months, but it’s set to be a great ‘second half’ to the season and with a lot of points still up for grabs, there’s a lot to play for Colin Staple’s side.