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PETROTRIN registered their second straight win in the Super League, of the 2018 TT WoLF (Women’s League Football), with a 3-1 result over Club Sando at Guaracara Park, Pointe-a-Pierre on Saturday.

Kayla Taylor scored twice for Petrotrin, with Khaline Jacob chipping in with the other goal for the victorious hosts. Alexia Ali was the lone goal-getter for Club Sando.

Adanya Phillip found the back of the net as Trincity Nationals got the better of St Augustine FC 1-0 at the Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua.

In the First Division, St Augustine FC B embarrassed Malvern by a 13-1 margin, at Frederick Settlement, Caroni.

Jada Gaskin netted five goals with Tiana Williams and Mia Mitchell each notching hat-tricks. Christi-Ann Wood and Vanella Castle were the other goal-getters for St Augustine FC B.

Kadija Castillo scored a double as North Coast whipped Central United 2-0 at the Blanchiseusse Secondary School Ground.

Jewels FC also had a 2-0 win, over Defence Force, at Black Rock, with goals from Twinkle Thomas and Tiala Crichlow.

At the UTT O’Meara Campus Ground, Aaliyah Alexander and Shanelle Jordan found the back of the net as UTT edged Sweaters 2-1.

Aaliyah Trim was the scorer for Sweaters.


Petrotrin hit Chicas for six in TT WoLF.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).

NATIONAL WOMEN’S football team striker Mariah Shade was in fine form as Petrotrin hammered Tobago Chicas 6-0 in a June 16 fixture of the TT Women’s League Football (WoLF) 2018 season.

At the Montgomery Recreation Ground, the hosts had no answers for Shade, who netted a hat-trick in the lopsided contest.

Also getting their names on the scoresheet were the former national youth team pair of Khadisha Debisette and Kayla Taylor. Debisette netted twice and Taylor chipped in with one for the South-based outfit.

TT Under-20 midfielder Renae Ward notched a double to guide Queen’s Park to a 4-1 victory over Club Sando at the Leo Thompson Ground in Gasparillo. Sharain Cummings was on target for the Parkites, with an own goal adding to Club Sando’s troubles.

In a lone First Division encounter, at the Eddie Hart Ground in Tacarigua, North Coast and Sweaters FC played to a goalless draw.

In related news, 2017 winners Real Dimension and St Ann’s Rangers have decided to opt out of this year’s edition.

This season, the round-robin league format will be followed by a Big Four tournament, involving the top two teams from the Super League and the First Division.