Defending champions St Augustine FC got their first victory of the season when they clobbered Club Sando 3-1 in the Women’s Super League (WOLF) at Frederick Settlement, Caroni yesterday. However, it was Trincity Nationals who stole the spotlight when they demolished Malvern 12-0 in a feature match of the First Division.
T&T Women's Football League
St Ann’s Ranger’s and WI Sports Real Dimension lock horns in this weekend’s marquee 2016 WoLF Super League second round meeting at Dibe Recreation Ground, Long Circular, today from 6pm.
Women's football in Trindad and Tobago took an eventful turn in the last eight weeks. Fans of the women's game were able for the first time to witness the first women's league where paid professionals would take to the field when the Women's Premier League (WPL) kicked off on 18th June at the St James Barracks.
A BEAVER-TRICK from Shenelle Warwick propelled Trincity Nationals to an emphatic 10-0 victory over Diego Martin when first round action of the 2016 Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TT WoLF) First Division kicked off over the weekend.
The Women’s League Football (WoLF) competition is in its final stages, as the Big Eight competition kicked off on Sunday, with Real Dimension and Tobago FC advancing to the semi-final stage of the competition.
The Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (TT WoLF) launched its 2016 season last Saturday at the CIC Grounds in St. Clair.
Love of the game
The recently concluded Women's Premier League (WPL) was lauded for being the type of innovative idea that the local women's game so desperately needed. In many circles, including athletes and coaches, there was agreement that the WPL was a step in the right direction for women's football to develop in the country.
Women’s League Football (WoLF) is back. The highest level of the local women’s game will have its formal opening today at the St Mary’s College Ground kicking off from 10.30 a.m. with the parade of the teams and seven-a-side competition.
The final contingent of foreign contracted female footballers for this year’s inaugural and highly successful Women’s Premier League departed the twin-island republic yesterday en route to their respective home countries in South America.