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THE Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TTWoLF) continues this weekend with games being played at Eddie Hart, Guaracara, Leo Thompson, New Settlement and at the Queens Park Savannah.

Today at 4 pm at Eddie Hart, Trincity Nationals will play the National Under-17 team. Trincity Nationals, which remain winless after two games, will want to return to winning ways after losses to current league leaders Flow Sport Real Dimension and QPCC, which currently sit third. The National Under-17 team sit near the bottom of the table in eighth position and have the opportunity to advance in the standings with a win.

At 6.30 pm in Guaracara Petrotrin will play QPCC. The Petrotrin girls will also be looking to bounce back after losing to the high flying Real Dimension outfit last weekend.

QPCC on the other hand can close the gap between themselves and Nationals to one point with a win. At Leo Thompson Ground Club Sando will play Real Dimension.

Real Dimension, which are on a spectacular run at the moment have an opportunity to distance themselves from the pack with a win over the Sando girls, who find themselves at the bottom of the league with zero points thus far.

However, in a game where Club Sando seems to have nothing to lose, a win for them can bring an end to Dimension’s run which will create opportunities for the other teams hoping to catch them at the top. Tomorrow at 4 pm at New Settlement, MIC-IT St Ann’s Ranger’s will play Tobago Chicas. With a win Chicas can overtake Rangers in the standings, however Rangers will be looking to maintain their current position on the table.

In the First Division also at New Settlement grounds MIC-IT St Ann’s Ranger’s B will play Defence Force in a match beginning at 2 pm. Finally at 4 pm at the Queens Park Savannah, Malvern will play St Augustine Juniors.