Next up were Pembrokeshire College, team CAVs quickly set about putting them under pressure with Bethan Evans and Joanne causing havoc on the flanks. The girls quickly asserted themselves and Team CAVs found themselves 2-0 up. This scoreline was enough to see the girls pick up their second win of the day.
A real tough back to back fixture saw Team CAVs first of all face NPT College in the deadly rivals kit of Swansea City. Immediately after this fixture the girls faced another tough encounter playing a very well drilled Gower College.
Team CAVs had no time to feel sorry for themselves as they faced a seemingly excited Gower College but to the girls credit they dealt with the disappointment of the previous game convincingly dispatching Gower College 2-0.
The final game which Team CAVs had to win and win well to finish in the top two positions was against Minnows College Menai. The girls started the game quite nervously and the football was highlighted by this, the quick flowing two touch football had resorted to a longer pass without any outcome. This was until Jess Thompson found a bit of space and created an opportunity for Montanna May to set up Bethan Evans for the opener. After this the nerves had gone and the free flowing football returned. Team CAVs went on to win 4-0 and made it through to the final where they met Merthyr College.
The final was played in some very strange weather conditions seeing all four seasons in a 30 minute period.
A simple Team CAVs team talk by Jamie Sherwood and Matt Roberts gave the girls the encouragement to go out and put on a performance as previously seen in other games. The girls of Team CAVs ran out worthy winners 3-1 against a very competitive Merthyr College.
Team CAVs were crowned champions and the girls celebrated in style and were full of noise, song and banter immediately after the final whistle.
(L-R) Morgan Muir, Ellie Hawrot, Louisa Paul (Mitch), Molly Facey, Tamara Freeman (Morgan), Lilly Crandon, Montanna May (Hannah)
(L-R) Jess Thompson, Bethan Evans, Joanne Hodge, Robyn Facey