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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #90 on: July 08, 2017, 04:17:22 AM »
SUPER LEAGUE DIVISION

Teams.................................P.........W.....D........ L...... F....... A... Pts
Real Dimension..................3.........3.......0........ 0...... 7........1.......9
Trincity Nationals................3.........3.......0........ 0...... 6........1.......9
Queen’s Park......................3.........2.......1........ 0...... 6........0.......7
Petrotrin..............................2.........2.......0........ 0...... 5........1.......6
MIC-IT St Ann’s Rangers....4.........1.......0........ 3...... 2........5.......3
St Augustine FC.................3.........0.......1........ 2...... 2........4.......1
Tobago Chicas....................1.........0.......0........ 1...... 1........2.......0
National U-17.....................2.........0.......0........ 2...... 0........5.......0
Club Sando.........................3.........0.......0........ 3...... 0......10.......0

FIRST DIVISION

Teams.................................P.........W.....D........ L...... F....... A... Pts
Sweaters Women...............2.........2.......0........ 0...... 9........1.......6
St Augustine.......................2.........2.......0........ 0...... 7........0.......6
Defence Force....................1.........1.......0........ 0...... 3........0.......3
Step By Step......................1.........0.......0........ 1...... 0........3.......0
MIC-IT St Ann’s Rangers....1.........0.......0........ 1...... 0........5.......0
Malvern...............................3.........0.......0........ 3...... 1......11.......0
Jewels FC...........................0.........0.......0........ 0...... 0........0.......0

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #91 on: June 26, 2018, 04:04:29 AM »
Petrotrin register second straight win.
T&T Newsday Reports.


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.

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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.

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Warrick is new Women’s League President
« Reply #92 on: May 07, 2019, 04:07:27 PM »
Warrick is new Women’s League President
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Susan Joseph-Warrick has replaced Sharon O’Brien as the new President of Women’s League Football (WOLF). Warrick was voted in as President at the organization’s Annual General Meeting held on April 25, 2019. She will be supported by Kenrick Hoyte (Vice President), Christine Elizabeth Ann Rose ( Treasurer), Nadia James (Assistant Secretary Operations), Annleyes Collette (Assistant Secretary Administration), Claire George (Assistant Secretary Competition), Arnold Murphy and Mohan Persad (Ordinary Members), Shari John (PRO) and Jamilya Mohammed (General Secretary).

A former Manager in the Hotel and Entertainment industries, Warrick is the parent of national players, Shanelle and Jonelle Warrick Cato, and has been involved in women’s football since 2001, as part owner of the Trincity National’s Football Club, which includes the Trincity Nationals Women’s team. She has served as vice president of WOLF for the past two years.

Looking ahead to the future, Warrick expressed her desire to build on the foundation left by O’Brien while also focusing on the development of the women’s game at all levels. She also hopes to get relevant stakeholders more involved in the organization as she aims for greater Transparency, Accountability and Co-operation moving forward.

“There is a general misconception that WoLF is just about a football league, but it is actually the body responsible for the development of the women’s game” said Warrick. “We would like to get back to what we believe is important to develop the right skills in our players from a young age, both on and off the field, while also helping to equip coaches and administrators with the tools necessary to do this.”

And, while being cognizant of the challenges facing the organization, particularly financial, her goal is to build the WOLF brand in order to make it more attractive to corporate sponsors.

“Women’s football has tremendous potential for growth. Globally, it is one of the leading sports for women, but we have not been able to capitalize on this as a country and aid our young women in taking advantage of the many opportunities available to them. We hope to do our part to change this.”

Warrick said she is hoping to get much needed support due to WOLF from the TTFA and hopes that all stakeholders can come together to strengthen women’s football in T&T.
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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #93 on: May 18, 2019, 08:45:48 AM »
TT WOLF kicks off today.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).


THE 2019 local women’s football season will kick off today when TTWOLF (TT Women's League Football) hosts its seven-a-side tournament. The tournament is open to TTWOLF members only and will take place from 10 am to 6 pm at the Eddie Hart Ground in Tacarigua.

The event will be the first for the new TTWOLF executive, led by Susan Joseph-Warrick and is expected to attract a number of teams as it has in the past. Warrick urged fans, teams and players to come out in their numbers to show their support for women’s football.

“TTWOLF would like to encourage all supporters of women’s football to come out and show their support,” said Warrick. “Building the sport requires the entire football community, not just the TTWOLF executive, so as we focus on doing our part, we are looking forward to all stakeholders doing theirs and supporting us on this journey.”

The League itself is carded to begin on June 8 and Warrick explained that TTWOLF is working to raise the profile of the women’s game moving forward.

“Despite the challenges we are facing, we are working tenaciously to put things in place to ensure the league comes off successfully,” she said. “We believe that women’s football is still a sport loved by many and our history will show as much, we just have to give people something to believe in again.”

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #94 on: June 13, 2019, 01:48:37 AM »
TTFA leaves WoLF in the dark.
By Jelani Beckles (Newsday).


Joseph-Warrick – No consultation on women’s football

PRESIDENT of the TT Women’s League Football (TT WoLF) Susan Joseph-Warrick is upset that the WoLF is not contacted when important decisions involving women’s football are made in this country, pointing to the alleged hiring of Stephan DeFour recently to run the women’s teams.

Yesterday, other TT Football Association (TTFA) members Keith Look Loy and Rayshawn Mars joined Joseph-Warrick in outlining their issues with the David John-Williams led TTFA. The trio also represented other board members Joseph Taylor and Colin Partap.

Joseph-Warrick, reading a statement from WoLF, at a press conference yesterday, at the Normandie Hotel, in St Ann’s, said the women’s programme does not feel part of the process.

“T&T Women’s League for Football will like to express its disappointment with being constantly disregarded by the TTFA in matters related to the women’s national programme. We find it highly unprofessional on the TTFA’s part and damaging to the effective development of the women’s game in T&T.”

In a press release, on Tuesday, the TTFA said. DeFour has not been appointed as coach of the T&T Under-17, Under-20 and senior teams. It is also alleged that DeFour has already recruited people to work in his technical staff.

Joseph-Warrick finds it strange that a coach, who has not been appointed, is recruiting members of his staff. “We find it curious that a coach that has not been appointed is recruiting staff in the capacity of the national coach. I personally know Stephan. I don’t have a problem with him being appointed, I would like to say it is the manner in which it has happened, without our knowledge. It is our opinion that any decision regarding the appointment of the staff to the women’s team should be discussed with us TT WoLF.

We acknowledged that in the past TT WoLF was largely only concerned with the running of the local football league, (but) we wish to point out however that TT WoLF is responsible for women’s football in T&T in general.”

Joseph-Warrick is displeased that there is little hope that the men’s and women’s footballers will compete at the Olympic qualifiers later this year due to funding.

Joseph-Warrick said the T&T women’s footballers are disheartened that they will have to miss out on the 2020 Olympic qualifiers in October.

“They are not happy, I am not happy, WoLF is not happy because we train as young people to make national teams to then represent our countries.

For this to be taken away from us it does not (sit) well with them. We only have the (national) 17s and the 15s which are the groups of girls that are training, but we have 20s who have a tournament later this year and they are not in training right now, so they are not happy at all.”

Joseph-Warrick said she wants to continue working with the women’s footballers, but may have no choice but to resign if the TTFA continues to be run in this manner.

“I want to resign, but then my heart hurts for these young ladies because they need strong representation and I need to be there for them. If this continues I may not have a choice (but to leave).”

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #95 on: June 17, 2019, 11:59:00 PM »
Police kick-off with three points
By Keith Clement (Guardian).


Goals from Sha­keema Fores­tine, Anique Walk­er and Sha­keema Fores­tine helped Po­lice reg­is­tered the first vic­to­ry, a 3-2 win over Club San­do in the T&T WOLF's Foot­ball League which kicked off its 2019 sea­son at UTT O'Meara Cam­pus Grounds on Sat­ur­day.

All three goals came in the first half, but Club San­do which played with more pur­pose in the sec­ond half got an own-goal from Tia Hen­ry and the vet­er­an T&T stand­out Ah­keela Mol­lon fur­ther re­duced the deficit. How­ev­er, with 28 min­utes to play the south­ern­ers could not muster an­oth­er item to even seek a share of the points, whik­le their de­fence con­tained every at­tack Po­lice threw at them in the sec­ond stan­za.

How­ev­er, be­fore the on-field ac­tion Su­san Joseph-War­rick, the new­ly elect­ed pres­i­dent of the or­gan­i­sa­tion ad­dressed the gath­er­ing with com­prised 12 teams in the Pre­mier­ship and First Di­vi­sion - Po­lice FC, Club San­do, QPCC, St Au­gus­tine FC and St Au­gus­tine Ju­niors, Trinci­ty Na­tion­als, De­fence Force, Malvern, Cen­tral Women, UTT, To­ba­go Chi­cas and Jew­els FC.

She said, "I want to wel­come every­one to the open­ing of the 2019 Women’s Foot­ball Sea­son. We ex­pect that it will be a com­pet­i­tive one and will go a long way in help­ing to pre­pare our lo­cal play­ers for the next lev­el of foot­ball. As you all no doubt know, it is im­por­tant that girls are giv­en the op­por­tu­ni­ty to play sports at a com­pet­i­tive lev­el and it is our goal to in­crease the avail­able op­por­tu­ni­ties for them to do so. This com­pe­ti­tion is where our na­tion­al play­ers come from, ex­cept for those who re­side abroad, so we must re­main com­mit­ted to its’ growth."

Joseph-War­rick con­tin­ued, "We want to en­sure you that the women’s league is on­ly one event among many that we have planned. TTWOLF, as many are un­for­tu­nate­ly un­aware, is re­spon­si­ble for the de­vel­op­ment of women’s foot­ball in T&T, not just the run­ning of a league. We can­not fund na­tion­al teams, at least not at present, but we can en­sure that the play­ers mak­ing those are bet­ter equipped to suc­ceed, or at least able to make the tran­si­tion eas­i­er. To this end, it is our goal to host more com­pet­i­tive events, fun events to at­tract more women and girls to the sport, com­mu­ni­ty out­reach ini­tia­tives to build our fan­base and off-field ac­tiv­i­ties to help with the holis­tic de­vel­op­ment of our ladies.

TTWOLF needs the sup­port of all stake­hold­ers. We urge cor­po­rate T&T to get on board, the gov­ern­ment to sup­port, The TTFA to bridge the gaps in na­tion­al team de­vel­op­ment, fans to come out and play­ers to play to the best of their abil­i­ty, with the high­est de­gree of sports­man­ship. We al­so want to re­mind play­ers that while seek­ing the pub­lic and cor­po­rate Trin­ba­go’s sup­port, it is al­so im­por­tant to sup­port your own first. As we open this com­pe­ti­tion to­day, the FI­FA Women’s World Cup is tak­ing place, and we lament the fact that our girls are not in France. That while we are hap­py for Ja­maica, we feel that it should have been us, giv­en how close we have come on many oc­ca­sions."

RE­SULTS

St. Au­gus­tine 2 (Aaliyah Prince 35', Chris­sy Mitchell 84') vs QPCC 2 (Stephanie Woo Ling 4', Jes­si­ca Har­ra­gin 42')

Po­lice FC 3 (Sha­keema Fores­tine 10', Anique Walk­er 14', Sha­keema Fores­tine 35' vs Club San­do 2 (Tia Hen­ry (OG) 63', Ah­keela Mol­lon (p) 72')


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St. Augustine trounce Central Women in WoLF
« Reply #96 on: June 22, 2019, 06:36:38 AM »
St. Augustine trounce Central Women in WoLF
By Joel Bailey (T&T Newday)


JADA GASKIN and Makeba Morgan both scored hat-tricks as St Augustine Juniors trounced Central Women 11-0 on Thursday, at the St Mary’s Ground in Freeport, as the Game Day Two of the TT Women’s League Football (WoLF) continued.

Gaskin fond the back of the net in the third, 10th and 50th minutes, while Morgan got her name on the scoresheet in the 24th, 35th and 40th.

Tyana Williams (62nd and 74th) chipped in with two goals, while there were items from Chrisi Ann Woods (second), Renee Cannera (66th) and an own goal from goalkeeper Sadiel Antoine (65th).

A day earlier, national winger Shanelle Arjoon scored a treble as St Augustine FC brushed aside Malvern 6-0 at the Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua. Arjoon struck in the fourth, 19th and 47th minutes.

The other goal-getters for St Augustine FC were Maria Serrant (45th), Aaliyah Prince (49th) and Chrissy Mitchell (55th).

The 2019 WoLF season will continue this weekend with Game Day Three action.

Today, the University of TT (UTT) will host Central Women in the first game of a double-header at the UTT O’Meara campus ground. This game will kick off at 4 pm, followed by Club Sando versus St Augustine FC two hours later.

Also on today’s agenda, Police and Queen’s Park will square off at the New Settlement Ground in Caroni and Malvern will face Defence Force at the Dibe Long Circular Ground. Both games will begin at 4 pm.

Twenty-four hours later, St Augustine Juniors are expected to meet Tobago Chicas at the Eddie Hart Ground.
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UTT, Club Sando draw 1-1 in WoLF
« Reply #97 on: June 30, 2019, 10:34:54 AM »
UTT, Club Sando draw 1-1 in WoLF
By Yannick Quintal (T&T Newsday
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UTT and Club Sando met at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium's Training Ground in Marabella yesterday in a Game Day Four fixture of the TT Women’s Football League (WoLF).

Club Sando and UTT shared possession in the first half of the game. However UTT had more chances in the first half while Club Sando had difficulty unlocking UTT’s back four. UTT defender Lorall Romain rarely let anyone past her all game long, pestering Club Sando’s attacking options and shutting down any potential plays.

UTT would open the scoring midway through the first half. Striker Zoe Swift received a well-delivered ball and placed it home with a left-footed strike.

However, in the second half, it was all Club Sando, as they dominatedg possession for most of the way and getting some key chances as well. Alexcia Ali followed up a solid first half with an even better second half, showing an extra burst of pace down the right flank.

The equaliser would come towards the final 15 minutes of the game. After some build up play on the right wing, Latifha Pascall would receive a pass a few yards outside the UTT penalty box. She rifled a shot and it would deflect off the crossbar again. This time, Aaliyah Pascall was at the right place at the right time, to secure the equaliser for Club Sando.
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Walker helps Police blast Central FC 21-0
« Reply #98 on: July 02, 2019, 12:16:04 PM »
Walker helps Police blast Central FC 21-0
By Nigel Simon (T&T Guardian)


For­mer na­tion­al girl's Un­der-17 and Un­der-20 women's foot­ball team cap­tain, Anique Walk­er fired in sev­en goals to in­spire Po­lice FC to a 21-0 drub­bing of Cen­tral FC in Round Four of the 2019 T&T Women’s League Foot­ball (WoLF) sea­son.

Play­ing at New Set­tle­ment Ground, Ch­agua­nas on Sat­ur­day, the trio of Sta­cy Paul, Maya Ma­touk and Isha Roberts al­so added hat-tricks for the ram­pant Law-women while Tama­ra John­son, Shenelle Pelchi­er, Sha­keema Fores­tine, na­tion­al de­fend­er Rhea Bel­grave and Nkenge Nedd chipped in with one each.

There were al­so lop­sided vic­to­ries for Trinci­ty Na­tion­als, Queen’s Park Crick­et Club and St Au­gus­tine FC.

Trinci­ty Na­tion­als ham­mered De­fence Force FC 7-1 at De­fence Force Head­quar­ters, Teteron, Ch­aguara­mas; Queen’s Park trashed Malvern 12-0 led by hat-tricks from Jes­si­ca Har­ri­g­an and Lily Stauble at Diego Mar­tin Recre­ation Ground; while St Au­gus­tine spanked its ju­nior team, St Au­gus­tine Ju­niors 5-0 led by a brace from na­tion­al strik­er, Aaliyah Prince at Ed­die Hart Ground, Tacarigua.

In the two oth­er match­es, Jew­els edged To­ba­go Chi­cas 1-0 cour­tesy a strike from De­r­isha Bris­tol in the sev­enth minute, while Club San­do and Uni­ver­si­ty of T&T bat­tled to a 1-1 draw

RE­SULTS

Trinci­ty Na­tion­als FC 7 (Maylee John­son 5', Asha James 13', 10', Kay­deen Jack 26', Ranelle Pas­call 51', M. Mejias 72', 83') vs De­fence Force FC 1 (C. Thomas 11')

QPCC Foot­ball FC 12 (Jes­si­ca Har­ri­g­an 4', 37', 43', Stephanie Woo Ling8', Lily Stauble 13', 14', 22', Olivia Jag­ger­nauth 19', Afiyah Corn­wall 40', 55', 70', Saman­tha C Kissoon 54') vs Malvern

Club San­do FC 1 (Aaliyah Pas­call 80') vs UTT 1 (Zoe Swift 7')

Jew­els FC 1 (De­r­isha Bris­tol 7') vs To­ba­go Chi­cas 0

Po­lice FC 21 (Sta­cy Paul 3, Tama­ra John­son 1, Shenelle Pelchi­er 1, Anique Walk­er 7, Sha­keema Fores­tine 1, Maya Ma­touk 3, Isha Roberts3, Rhea Bel­grave 1, Nkenge Nedd 1) vs Cen­tral FC 0

St Au­gus­tine 5 (Aaliyah Prince 11', 46', Chan­tal Wal­cott 24', Maria Frances Ser­rant 50', Shanelle Sum­mer Ar­joon 73') vs St Au­gus­tine Jr. 0
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Lopsided victories for Queen’s Park, Police FC
« Reply #99 on: July 02, 2019, 12:37:28 PM »
Lopsided victories for Queen’s Park, Police FC
By Yannick Quintal (T&T Newsday)


THE T&T Women’s Football League was out in full force with six games over the weekend highlighted by four shut-out games and two teams scoring over ten goals.

Trincity Nationals made their season debut with a 7-1 win over Defence Force. Maylee Attin Johnson scored the first goal in under five minutes. Trincity would go on to score three more goals in the first half, provided by a brace from Asha James between the tenth and 13th minute and Kaydeen Jack in the 26th. A goal from Ranelle Pascall in the 51st minute and a brace from M Meijas in the 72nd and 83rd minutes rounded out the scoring for the Nationals. C.Thomas scored the lone goal for Defence Force.

Queen’s Park came out swinging against Malvern, at Diego Martin stadium with three of their players, Jessica Harrigan, Lily Stauble and Afiya Cornwall scoring hat-tricks in a 12-0 rout. Harrigan and Stauble each scored their three goals in the first half. Cornwall had her first in the 40th minute and finished hers off over the course of the second half. Stephanie Woo Ling, Olivia Jaggernauth and Samantha Kisson provided the balance of the goals for Queen’s Park.

Police FC were the latest team to give expansion side Central Women the business, managing to best UTT’s margin of victory this week – a 21-0 shut-out. Anique Walker led the way in scoring by raking in seven goals for the Police. Maya Matouk, Stacy Paul and Isha Walker each scored three goals. Tamara Johnson, Shenelle Pelchier, Shakeema Forestine, Rhea Belgrave and Nkenge Nedd each scored one. Central Women have now allowed 52 goals to start the season. The rest of WoLF have scored 55 goals combined.

Jewels FC also made their debut on Saturday defeating Tobago Chicas 1-0 in Black Rock, Tobago. Derisha Brown scored the lone goal in the seventh minute of the game.

UTT played to a 1-1 draw with Club Sando on Saturday as previously reported. Zoe Swift scored early in the 7th minute for UTT and kept Club Sando at bay until the 80th minute when Aaliyah Paschall scored the equaliser in the closing stages of the game.

St Augustine FC defeated their little sister team St Augustine Jr in a 5-0 victory. Highlighting the scoring was Aaliyah Price with two goals, one in the 11th minute and the 2nd in the 46th minute. Chantal Walcott would score in the 24th minute, Maria Frances Serrant continued her scoring form in the 50th minute and Shanelle Summer Arjoon finished off the scoring in the 73rd minute.

Taking a look at the standings, Queen’s Park and St Agustine are still at the top of the table with seven points, with Queen’s Park leading the way on goal difference.

Police FC take sole control of third place, a point behind the leaders thanks to their 21 goal performance. UTT and Club Sando are locked in fourth position with their draw. Five teams share seventh place with three points. Malvern and Central Women have yet to register a point in the league through three games.
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