While everyone is caught up in the hype of the World Cup, The Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (WoLF) has its own action going on. Last weekend St. Ann's Rangers sealed top spot after defeating Defence Force by 2 goals to 1. Goals came from captain Annalis Cummings and Jo-Marie Lewis.
T&T Women's Football League
ST ANN’S RANGERS edged the Trinidad and Tobago Under-15 team 2-1 on Tuesday as the TT Women’s League Football (WoLF) continued.
The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Football League (WOLF) will launch its 2014 season on May 24.
It’s not every day that the enticement of free treats is used to spur a team on to victory. But, that was the enticement offered by resident pie man and match announcer “Mr Piey” to the St Augustine Girls after their 2-0 victory over the Under-15 national women’s team on Saturday, in a Women’s League Football (WoLF) Premier Division match, at St Augustine Senior Comprehensive ground.
The hard working Assistant Secretary in the Division of Education Youth Affairs and Sports, Jomo Pitt has initiated a plan to revive women football on the island.
The Lady Sharks bounced back from a 3-0 opening round defeat to St. Ann's Rangers by shooting down Real Dimension 2-0 on Saturday 31st May 2014. In the opening round loss, the Lady Sharks looked disorganized and were constantly picked apart by their opponents who were excellent on the night.
The Organizing Committee, led by T&TT women’s football president Sharon O’Brien is moving ahead with plans to stage another season of the TT Women’s Football League (WoLF).
The Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (TT WoLF) will kick off the 2014 season on Saturday 24th May 2014 with Premier Division action. Seventeen (17) teams are registered for the season, with nine Premier Division Teams and eight First Division Teams.
Trincity Nationals produced one of the shocks of the season when they ran riot against defending champions Real Dimension in a Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (WoLF) Premier Division match on Wednesday night at the University of the West Indies.