A HAT-TRICK of goals from forward Adanya Phillip ensured current Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TT WoLF) leaders Trincity Nationals maintained their unblemished record by producing a 4-0 victory over St Augustine ‘B’ when Round Three action took place at the Eddie Hart Grounds, Tacarigua, on Sunday.
Also scoring for the second ranked team were Allison Pivotte, Shari Guerra, Shenika Samuel and Kerniel Shoy. Finding the back of the net for Northern Rush were Iysha Lewis and Tenisha Cudjoe.
Additionally, Diego Martin Central hosted Malvern and got their first victory for the season.
Shania Lewis scored twice to give her team a cool 2-0 win over their counterparts.
And in the Super League (Second Division), top-of-the-table St Ann’s Rangers (nine points) also made it three wins in as many matches as they beat Queen’s Park 2-1 on Saturday at the CIC Ground, St Clair.
Tia Henry and National youth player Ranae Ward scored for Rangers while Melissa Wooling netted for the Parkites from the penalty spot.
Meanwhile, WI Sports Real Dimension pummeled Point Fortin Pioneers 6-0. Former national player Telesia Joseph netted twice, while Jemilia Mathlin, Jenelle Cunningham and Janine Francois all got their names on the score cards. Point Fortin also turned the screws on themselves by scoring an own goal in the 20th minute.
And in an interesting twist, Petrotrin defeated St Augustine ‘A’ 1-0.
On Sunday, Tobago Chicas travelled to Lumsden Recreation Ground in Gasparillo to beat hosts Club Sando 5-2. After just three minutes of play, Club Sando were very unlucky to concede courtesy Tobago’s Saphia Holer.
The visitors would continue attacking the somewhat confused and disorganised Club Sando relentlessly as Kristen Julien would notch the second goal for the sister- isle team in the 16th minute.
Tsaianne Leander then turned it up a notch by adding three more goals to their tally in the 40th, 50th and 54th minutes.
Club Sando would start to put pressure in the last 25 minutes of the game but it was a case of ‘a little too late’ as Jasandra Joseph got her team on the scoresheet in the 70th minute using some individual skill and a low hard shot. The home team would add to its tally in the dying minutes with a farpost strike from Elise Simon.
The weekend’s proceedings were also temporarily halted as south-based referees opted to not officiate due to non-payments.
But, WoLF executive members revealed that they have made all payments and the only outstanding year is in 2012.