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The revamped WPWL Cup is back as the teams take their first step towards the first piece of silverware up for grabs this season.

A group stage was introduced last year to give more competitive matches in the season and at the summer AGM it was unanimously agreed both to keep the format and to start the competition on time to allow for its usual March conclusion.

Last season’s competition was cut short due to COVID-19, with just the final between Cardiff Met and Swansea to play.

The groups were drawn at the AGM with Group One made up of Abergavenny, Aberystwyth, Briton Ferry Llansawel, Cardiff Met and Cascade. Cardiff City, Cyncoed, Port Talbot and Swansea form Group Two.

Clubs will play all those in their mini leagues once, either home or away, with the top two going through to the semi-final, currently scheduled for 21st February 2021. The final is due to be played on 28th March.

Group Stage Fixtures

18th October

Abergavenny v Briton Ferry Llansawel

Cascade v Cardiff Met

Cyncoed v Cardiff City

Port Talbot v Swansea


1st November

Briton Ferry Llansawel v Cardiff Met

Cascade v Aberystwyth

Port Talbot v Cyncoed

Cardiff City v Swansea


22nd November

Abergavenny v Cascade

Cardiff Met v Aberystwyth

Swansea v Cyncoed

Cardiff City v Port Talbot


6th December

Cardiff Met v Abergavenny

Aberystwyth v Briton Ferry Llansawel


10th January

Briton Ferry Llansawel v Cascade

Aberystwyth v Abergavenny



*Fixtures subject to change, correct at time of publication

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