The inaugural season of the six-team Women’s Premier League, the brain-child of Minister of Sport and former national footballer, Brent Sancho, will come to a fitting climax today at the St James Police Barracks Training Ground, Western Main Road, St James, with three clubs still in the hunt for the coveted title.
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The Chancellor Angels moved a step closer to clinching the inaugural Women’s Premier League title Tuesday night as they toiled to a hard-fought 2-1 win over CNGC Rush at the Orange Grove Savannah.
Wave FC survived the heat from 94.1 FM Fuego to capture the $5,000 first prize in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) Sixes tournament held on Fatima College Ground yesterday.
The inaugural Women’s Professional League (WPL), the brainchild of Sport Minister Brent Sancho, looks set for a farcical finish this week with understaffed teams and crammed fixtures, as organisers try to wrap up the competition by Thursday July 30.
FOOTBALL Enthusiasts will have the opportunity to see top women footballers in action at Fatima College Ground, Mucurapo, when teams compete for the Shanghai Cup and the grand cash prize of $10,000.
Wave FC continued their good run of form when they became the first team to defeat Boom Champions Fuego in the Women's Premier League (WPL) Sunday.
THE WOMEN’S Premier League (WPL) has been an experience to remember for the players, coaches and supporters alike. The players of each of the six franchise teams have been committed on the field and last week, they didn’t shirk their off-the-field responsibilities either.
When last you ate a sno cone?
Monday morning by the Queen’s Park Savannah, I engaged in a childhood pastime—eating “shave ice.”
Wave FC and SGC Dragons finally picked up their first points of the 2015 Women’s Premier League (WPL) season in topsy turvy affairs at Ojoe Road in Sangre Grande last night.