Penybont United lifted the inaugural Penybont Women's Cup following a 3-1 victory over North Wales Women's League opponents Berriew on Thursday evening.

The hosts opened the scoring when Fen Price headed home at the far post from captain Gemma Bradford's 22nd minute corner.

The Polecats doubled their advantage four minutes before the break when Talia Evans was played through on goal before coolly finishing past the advancing Berriew custodian.


The Rhiewsiders halved the deficit 17 minutes after the interval to provide themselves with a way back into the proceedings.

However, Penybont United regained their two-goal buffer with 15 minutes remaining on the clock when Gemma Bradford converted a penalty awarded by referee Neil Holder despite vehement protests from the visitors.

The Polecats skipper then received the Penybont Cup from Julie Christopher on behalf of match sponsors Caleb Roberts Insurance Services following the final whistle.