A 14 goal haul in the opening two games saw Swansea women’s footballers get off to the best possible start in their chase for promotion.
It started with a 10-0 demolition of Swansea Metropolitan University.
The goals came right from the off with Sasha Bailey firing home after just two minutes and a second goal from Talitha Drennan came after a well worked cross from the left.
Victoria Bodington then capitalised on hesistant defending before Drennan helped herself to a second nine minutes later with a well hit volley.
Bodington then completed her hat trick with two quick fire goals to take Swansea’s total up to six.
Amy Sheppard bundled the ball into the net 25 minutes into the second half, with Sheppard, Natasha Mitchell and Stacey Carey completing the rout.
They followed it up with a 4-0 win over Gloucestershire 2nds the following week.
Drennan calmly dispatched her shot to open up the scoring, after getting herself one on one with the keeper.
Bodington scored the second after she fired her shot from the edge of the box past the keeper a minute later.
Emily Marchant, Swansea’s club captain, scored to make it three after her first effort could only be parried away from goal.
Substitute Natasha Mitchell grabbed her second in two games to wrap up the three points.