QUEEN’S PARK showed no sympathy towards Central Women over the weekend, as they inflicted a 22-0 beating in a TT WoLF (Women’s League Football) Game Day Six contest.
Ashlee Alonzo scored five, Afiya Cornwall notched a beaver-trick, while S Govia had a hat-trick.
Denise Tucker, Shadelle Fortune and Ami-toy Daniel each netted twice for the Parkites, while there were one apiece from Christine Rose, Brittany Farati, Moire Lindsay and Racine Romain.
League leaders Trincity Nationals maintained their 100-per cent record with a 11-2 hammering of St Augustine Juniors.
Kaydeen Jack scored a hat-trick, with items in the 36th, 65th and 86th minutes. Jennifer Lopez (10th and 62nd), Shanelle Warrick (14th and 67th) and Natisha John (24th and 80th) each scored twice, with Crystal Molineaux (44th) and Ranelle Pascall (59th) got the others for Trincity.
C Woods (21st) and Mia Mitchell (49th) were the goal-getters for St Augustine Juniors.
Kayla Taylor (24th), Ahkeela Mollon (36th) and Aaliyah Pascall (76th) got their names on the scoresheet as Club Sando got past Tobago Chicas 3-1. Tsainne Lender (39th) scored the consolation for Chicas.
Shanice Pierre and Shania Lewis found the back of the net as Defence Force edged Police 2-1. Minty Lewis was on target for Police.
Trincity Nationals, QPCC run riot
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).
Unbeaten leaders of the T&T Women's League Football, Trincity Nationals and second-placed Queen's Park Cricket Club, were big winners when matches continued on Saturday and Sunday.
At the Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua, on Sunday, Trincity Nationals made it four wins from as many matches with an 11-2 hammering of St Augustine Juniors, with Kaydeen Jack scoring a hat-trick while the trio of Jennifer Lopez, Shanelle Warrick and Natisha John scoring two goals each.
The duo of Crystal Mollineaux and Ranelle Pascall added the other goals for Trincity Nationals, who leads the table with a maximum 12 points, two more than the trio of Queen's Park, St Augustine FC and Club Sando.
For St Augustine Juniors, winners of one of their five matches, C Woods and Mia Mitchell got a goal each
The Parkites, who sit second on the table on goal-difference ahead of St Augustine FC and Club Sando, were in a more dominant mood and crushed cellar-placed Central Women 22-0, led by five goals from Ashlee Alonzo, a beaver-trick by Afiyah Cornwall and three from Shaunalee Govia at New Settlement Ground, Chaguanas, while St Augustine FC slipped past University of T&T (UTT) 1-0 at Frederick Settlement Ground, Caroni.
In the other matches, Club Sando whipped Tobago Chicas 3-1 with a strike each from Kayla Taylor, Ahkeela Mollon and Aaliyah Pascal at the Mt Pleasant Recreation Ground, while Defence Force stunned host Police, minus top striker Anique Walker, 2-1 at the St James Police Academy Ground, St James.
Club Sando 3 (Kayla Taylor 24', Ahkeela Mollon 36, Aaliyah Pascal 76') v Tobago Chicas 1 (Tsaisnne Lender 39')
Defence Force FC 2 (Shanice Pierre 25', Shania Lewis 68') v Police FC 1 (Minty Lewis 13')
Trincity Nationals 11 (Jennifer Lopez 10', 62', Shanelle Warrick 14', 67', Natisha John 24', 80', Kaydeen Jack 36' 65, 86, Crystal Mollineaux 44', Ranelle Pascall 59') v St Augustine Juniors 2 (C. Woods 21', Mia Mitchell 49')
QPCC 22 (Ashlee Alonzo 5, Shaunalee Govia 3, Afiyah Cornwall 4, Denise Tucker 2, Christine Rose, Brittany Farati, Shadelle Fortune 2, Ami-toy Daniel 2, Moira Lindsay, Racine Romain) v Central Women FC 0
St Augustine FC 1 v UTT 0
Latest TTWoLF standings
1. Trincity Nationals*4*4*0*0*25*3*12
3. St Augustine FC*5*3*1*1*15*4*10
4. Club Sando*5*3*1*1*16*7*10
5. Police FC*5*2*1*2*26*6*7
6. Defence Force*382*0*1*6*8*6
8. Tobago Chicas*3*1*0*2*4*4*3
9. Jewels FC*2*1*0*1*1*5*3
10. St Augustine Jr*5*1*0*4*14*27*3
12. Central Women*5*0*0*5*0*77*0
Tobago Chicas v Defence Force, Mt Pleasant Rec. Grd, Mt Pleasant, 6 pm
Club Sando v Trincity Nationals, Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Training Field, Marabella, 4 pm
St Augustine Jrs v Malvern, Eddie Hart Ground, Tunapuna, 4 pm
Central Women v Defence Force, Couva East Sec. Grd, 4 pm
St Augustine FC v Tobago Chicas, Frederick Settlement, Caroni, 4 pm