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MATCHDAY #3 RESULTS and LATEST LEAGUE TABLE
St. Ann’s Rangers continued their winning streak, 3 matches unbeaten and QPCC became their latest victim, with a 2-1 victory on Saturday at the CIC Grounds.Tia Henry and National Youth Player, Ranae Ward scored for Rangers and Melissa Wooling scored for QPCC after a penalty kick was rewarded for a foul in the box against Rangers. More
TT WoLF continues this Saturday at several venues throughout Trinidad and will see some interesting matchups. In the Super League,QPCC will face off against top place St. Ann’s Rangers at CIC Grounds at 3:30pm. QPCC will certainly be going after a victory as they are 4pts away in second place.
While St. Augustine will certainly want to get full points from bottom place Petrotrin at home, Frederick Settlement Grounds, Caroni 5:45pm. WI Sports will travel to play Southend Pioneers at the Clifton Hill Recreation Grounds, 4:00pm.
MATCHDAY 3 – June 19th, 2016
This weekend saw some surprises in the standings of the Super League while Trincity Nationals continue to dominate in the First division competition.
In the second half St. Augustine would extend their lead with goals from National Youth players Chevonne John (72′) and Laurel Theodore (76′). The final score ended at 3-1 to St. Augustine.
At Guaracara Park, QPCC got their first three points in the Super League against host Petrotrin. Goal was scored by Ashley Alonzo in the 87 minute.
In the weekend’s marquee matchup, Rangers defeated arch rivals WI Sports Real Dimension in a heated contest at the Dibe Dundahill Belle Vue Recreation Ground in Long Circular.
After several missed chances on both sides, Rangers took the lead 2 minutes before the end of the first half with a goal from Natasha St. Louis. The second half would be dominated by WI Sports Real Dimension with the majority of play in the Rangers half, but Tenesha Palmer was up to the task and made some brilliant saves to keep her team ahead of their opponents.Against the run of play, Rangers would extend their lead with a goal from captain Analis Cummings. Dimension would keep on the pressure, but it would not be in their favor. Finally, Tamika Isaac would get her team a consolation goal in additional time.
After the match, coach Spence was happy to win this particular when asked what winning this match meant for his team, he stated emphatically ” I want a clear lead” and this victory puts him 2 points ahead of the second place teams, St. Augustine and QPCC who both have 4 pts.
In first Division, Trincity Nationals defeated Malvern 12-0 with goals from Shanelle Warrick (5), Nia Honore (4) and Adanya Phillip (3), while Central United got their first win against St. Ann’s Rangers (B) 1-0 with the lone goal from Allison Pivotte in the 63′. (WOLF Media Release)
MATCHDAY TWO RESULTS
The weekend’s fixtures in the National Women’s Football League (WoLF) produced some surprises in the top division — the Super League — while Trincity Nationals continued to dominate the First Division.
In the weekend’s marquee matchup, Rangers defeated arch rivals WI Sports Real Dimension 2-1 in a heated contest at the Dibe/Dundonald Hill/Belle Vue Recreation Ground in Long Circular.
After both teams had missed several missed chances, Rangers took the lead two minutes before the end of the first half with a strike from Natasha St Louis. The second half was dominated by WI Sports Real Dimension, with the majority of play taking place in the Rangers half; but Tenesha Palmer was up to the task and made some brilliant saves to keep her team ahead of their opponents. Then, against the run of play, Rangers extended their lead with a goal from captain Analise Cummings. Dimension maintained the pressure and finally, Tamika Isaac got her side a consolation item in time added-on.
After the final whistle, asked what winning the match meant for his team, coach Spence said he was happy to win that game in particular. “I want a clear lead,” he stated emphatically. Indeed, the victory put Rangers two points ahead of the second-placed teams, St Augustine and Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC), who are both on four points.
At Frederick Settlement in Caroni, 2015 Champions, St Augustine FC got their first victory against Club Sando. St Augustine were first on the score, via a Naomie Guerra goal in the 24th minute. Club Sando’s Elise Simon equalised in the 35th and they went in at the half tied at 1-1.
In the second half, St Augustine extended their lead with goals from national youth players Chevonne John (72’) and Laurel Theodore (76’), completing a 3-1 victory over Club Sando.
At Guaracara Park, QPCC got their first three points in the Super League with a 1-0 away result against Petrotrin. Ashley Alonzo got the lone item in the 87th minute.
Meantime, in the First Division, Shanelle Warrick scored five times as Trincity Nationals drubbed Malvern 12-0, The other goals came from Nia Honore (4) and Adanya Phillip (3). And Central United scored their first win, edging St. Ann’s Rangers (B) 1-0, the lone goal coming from Allison Pivotte in the 63rd. (Express)
MATCHDAY TWO IN WOLF – June 18th, 2016
Women’s League Football action returns to the fray this afternoon with much in store when St Ann’s Rangers face Real Dimension in matchday two. Action kicks off in both the Super League and First Division today. The day’s main attraction will be the top-two clash between 2014 winners St Ann’s Rangers and Real Dimension, last year’s defeated finalists at the Dibe Recreation Ground in St James this evening at 6 p.m.
Both teams started their 2016 campaign last week with a win: Rangers besting Petrotrin at the Mahaica Oval 2-0, while Dimension edged Tobago Chicas 2-1. A win for either team could see them establish an early cushion at the top of the Super League table.
Queen’s Park Cricket Club will be hoping to get their campaign underway at long last after their 0-0 draw with Club Sando last Saturday, when they travel to Guaracara Park in Point-a-Pierre to challenge Petrotrin. Tobago Chicas host Point Fortin Pioneers in the sister isle, while Club Sando play reigning champions St Augustine in Gasparillo.
The “Green Machine” also opened their WoLF campaign with one point, unable to get the odd goal in their 1-1 draw with Point Fortin, however coach Desiree Sarjeant’s troops have been constant contenders since their first appearance in 2012, and should be favourites in their clash with Sando.
In the First Division Trincity Nationals the “ten-goal terrors” from last week, will take on Malvern, who defeated Northern Rush 2-1. Nationals clobbered Diego Martin Central 10-0, and will be looking for more goals in this clash.
St Augustine B open their campaign against Northern Rush in Caroni, while St Ann’s Rangers B and Central United face each other for the first time at the Hugo Francis Recreation Ground in Chaguanas.
Malvern v Trincity Nationals- Queen’s Park Savannah 4pm
St Augustine v Northern Rush – Fredrick Settlement Caroni 4pm
Central United v St Ann’s Rangers – Hugo Francis Ground 4pm
St Ann’s Rangers v Real Dimension – Dibe Ground 6pm
Petrotrin v QPCC – Guaracara Park 6pm
Tobago Chicas v Point Fortin – Mount Pleasant, Tobago 6pm
Club Sando v St Augustine – Lumsden Gasparillo 6pm
WOLF KICKS OFF
The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TT WoLF) will kick off its first set of matches this weekend. The Super League kicks off with newly promoted Quee’s Park Cricket Club playing Club Sando at 3:30pm on CIC Grounds. In other fixtures, the Mahaica val will host interesting match ups with Petrotrin facing the 2014 Champions, St. Ann’s Rangers at 5:00pm and the second match will see the home team, Pt. Fortin Pioneers square off against 2015 League Champions, St. Augustine FC.
On Sunday, WI Sports Real Dimension WFC will face the Tobago Chicas 4:00pm at the Hugh Francis Grounds in Chaguanas. This fixture will be the first of a double header for the League Opening of the Central Football Association 2016 season.
The First Division will play on Sundays and will see St. Ann’s Rangers B face St. Augustine B 4:00pm at the Dibe Recreational Ground, Long Circular. In other matches Northern Rush will play Malvern at the Queen’s Park Savannah, while Trincity Nationals will play their fixture against Diego Martin on Saturday at 4:00pm at the Eddie Hart Grounds in Tacarigua.
Just a week ago, at the League Opening, Mr. Randolph Price was acknowledged for his contribution and continued efforts in the Women’s League for over 40 years, and now, earlier this week Real Dimension signed on its first official sponsor in WI Sports and will now be known as WI Sports Real Dimension. This is the only Women’s Football Club that is non-affiliated to a Men’s Club that has secured its own sponsor. Mr. Price and his team are once again blazing the trail for other Women’s Teams and Clubs to follow. (WOLF Media Release)
SUPER LEAGUE-MATCH DAY 1
|11.06.16||Point Fortin Pioneers||St Augustine||Mahaica Oval||7:00PM|
|11.06.16||Petrotrin||St Anns Rangers||Mahaica Oval||5:00PM|
|12.06.16||Real Dimension||Tobago Chicas||TBA||4:00PM|
FIRST DIVISION-MATCH DAY 1
|11.06.17||Trincity Nationals||vs||Diego Martin||Eddie Hart, Tacarigua||4:00PM|
|12.06.16||St Ann’s Rangers||vs||St Augustine||Dibe Grd, Long Circular||4:00PM|
|12.06.15||Northern Rush||vs||Malvern||Queen’s Park Savannah||4:00PM|