Women's League Football (WoLF) action continued last weekend, with the places for the upcoming Big Eight competition up for grabs. Real Dimension, St Augustine FC and Petrotrin were all in winners’ row, as they continued their good form in matches which took place across the country.
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It wasn't for the faint of heart, but Boom Champions Fuego are the new leaders in the Women's Premier League. The 94.1fm franchise team was able to come from behind to eke out an important 2-1 win against the Chancellor Angels when action in the WPL resumed on Wednesday evening, at the Northern Recreation Ground in Diego Martin.
A Patrice Campbell master class was enough to give St Augustine FC a comfortable 2-0 win over the National Under-17 team at Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua on Saturday in Women’s League Football (WoLF) action.
Seen the Maylee Attin-Johnson-led Angels and Fuego, with Tasha St Louis at the helm, takes place at the Diego Martin Recreational Ground, (Northern Ground), Diego Martin from 8 pm.
The final standings for the Women's League Football's (WoLF) three groups are beginning to shape up. Matches will be played across the country in both the north/east groups as well as the south/central division today and tomorrow.
The Women's Premier League (WPL) continued over the weekend at the Palo Seco Velodrome where Wave FC and the Dragons suffered further setbacks in their WPL aspirations.
Despite her own personal victory in leading her team out for their long-awaited debut in the Women's Premier League, Ahkeela Mollon was unable to finish the day with three points on the stats sheet.
CNGC Rush and Petrotrin Oilers moved to the top of the six-team inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) standings on four points each after contrasting victories over Shanghai Construction Dragons and Wave FC respectively in a double-header at the Palo Seco Municipal Stadium, Palo Seco on Saturday.
WITH THE launch of the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) last Thursday at the Police Barracks, St James, all eyes were on the Trinidad and Tobago women’s team players, as well as the international players invited for this tournament, set to make its mark on women’s football not only here in Trinidad and Tobago, but the entire region, including South and Central America.