The final standings for the Women's League Football's (WoLF) three groups are beginning to shape up. Matches will be played across the country in both the north/east groups as well as the south/central division today and tomorrow.
Real Dimension continued their resurgence after a dismal 2014. They have yet to concede, and have scored 31 goals in he Ricarda Nelson group. Among their scalps include talented newcomers QPCC, whom they defeated at the St Mary's College Grounds on early this month. Queen's Park are hot on their tails level on 15 points, but have played an extra match. Their latest was an impressive, but hard-fought 3-1 win in the midweek against a St Ann's Rangers youth team, Melissa Woo Ling's crucial double helped them keep pressure on Dimension.
In the south and central, things aren't so clustered however. Despite the points being close, the gulf in class is obvious as Petrotrin and La Brea Angels just won't stop scoring tonnes of goals. Petrotrin, who enjoyed a 2-0 win over their nearest rivals La Brea Angels last Sunday, are the undisputed leaders with 12 points, while La Brea sit in second with nine points. Point Fortin Pioneers and Central FC are also on nine points however, but they have an inferior goal difference.
The top two teams in each of the three groups qualify for the Big Eight competition, while the two best third-placed teams will make up the remaining slots. The WoLF will also feature an FA Cup competition which will see all the 19 remaining teams vie for the trophy to close off the season.
(All matches start at 4 p.m)
Tobago Chicas vs Trincity Nationals
St Augustine F.C. vs U-17 National Team, Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua
Petrotrin vs Central F.C. Guaracara Park, PAP
Crowne Trace vs Waterloo Starlets Crowne Trace, Chaguanas
La Brea Angels vs MOS Schoolaz, La Brea Rec. Grd. La Brea
Northern Rush vs Real Dimension
Malvern F.C. vs Diego Martin Central, Patna Village Grd, Diego Martin