Having just won the 2009 Trinidad & Tobago Women's League Football (WOLF) Premier League competition, Tobago Football Club will be heavily favoured to also grab a spot among the last four in the FA Trophy competition when they take on First Division Point Fortin Pioneers from 4 p.m today at the Dwight Yorke Stadium.
T&T Women's Football League
Tobago FC have won the Trinidad and Tobago Women's Football League (WoLF) title without kicking a ball in anger. The local team was gifted the title when Petrotrin failed to show for their rescheduled match on August 5 at the Plymouth Recreation Ground.
After suffering a first loss in the Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (WoLF) on Sunday, the national under-17 women bounced back to form with a hard fought 1-1 draw against Joe Public on Wednesday at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.
Malick City upset initial First Division table leader Sweaters Touring, beating them 4–0 in the Women’s League Football (WoLF) on Tuesday evening. The one-sided affair took place on St George’s College Ground, Barataria.
The T&T Under-17 Women’s team, continued their fine run of success in the Premier Division of the 24th Women’s League Football hosted by the T&T Women’s Football Association, by thrashing Petrotin 3-0 in yesterday’s match at the St Mary’s Village Ground Carapichaima.
T&T’s Under-17 women’s team and San Juan Jabloteh will be seeking their second straight Premier Division win when matches in the 24th Women’s League Football hosted by the T&T Women’s Football Association continues today from 4.15 pm. Coming off an astonishing 8-1 triumph over Real Dimension led by a hat-trick from Patrice Arden-Campbell, the national Under-17 women’s team will come up against Petrotrin at the St Mary’s Village Ground, Carapichaima.