FOUR GOALS from Jo Marie Lewis, Trinidad and Tobago's 2010 FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup striker, and another from senior national striker Tamar Watson gave Step by Step a 5-1 victory over St. Ann's Rangers when the First Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (TT WoLF) kicked off with a series of well contested matches on the weekend.
T&T Women's Football League
St. Ann’s Rangers Football Club will be represented by a Women’s Team in the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (WoLF) First Division North Zone when the season kicks off on the weekend.
The Organising Committee of the Lucky Barkery-sponsored Eastern Football Association Women’s Super Football League have been forced to suspend the league until further notice.
Nineteen (19) teams will take up the challenge in what is expected to be a thrilling campaign in the 2012 Women’s League Football (Wolf), T&T’s top two women’s football leagues, when it kicks off on April 21.
LIKE their male counterparts, the Defence Force women footballers have been prevented from competing due to the current State of Emergency.
Candace Edwards scored a goal on either side of the half as Water One Real Dimension crushed Trincity Nationals 4-0 when matches in the Lucky Bakery-sponsored National Women’s Super League resumed after a week-long break on Saturday.
VFI's 'Give Breast Cancer The Boot' All Female Football Tournament is a breast cancer awareness football tournament taking place at UWI SPEC on Sunday.
Anique Walker netted a brace as the T&T under-17 women’s team whipped Adams Construction San Juan Jabloteh 3-1 to surge to the top of the Lucky Bakery-sponsored National Women’s Super League, at Barataria Oval on Saturday.