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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #60 on: May 18, 2015, 05:33:17 AM »
Rangers whip Defence Force
By Sean Taylor (Express).


Late goals from Patrice Superville, Anique Walker and Jo Marie Lewis resulted in reigning champions St. Ann's Rangers prevailing 3-1 over Defence Force, after Kalicia Robinson had put the Army/Coast Guard unit ahead early, when the 2015 Women's League Football (WoLF) season commenced Saturday.

It was the opening fixture of the new WoLF season and for most of the match it was the irresistible force against the immovable object. Rangers pressed forward and stated their intention as early as the sixth minute when a set piece from a corner went over bar.

But it was Defence Force which drew first blood. Against the run of play, 13 minutes into game, they capitalised from a set piece, with forward Robinson heading past Rangers' keeper Tenesha Palmer into an open net.

For the rest of the half, the Defence Force put in a performance worthy of their military roots as they hustled and harassed their opponents, making clearance after clearance while looking for another item from set pieces.

Rangers struggled to maintain possession, particularly since the arid conditions did not suit their passing game. The second half brought a rejuvenated Rangers outfit as they put even more pressure on the right side of their opposition's defence.

Sharain Cummings made several raids down the Rangers' left flank, sending dangerous crosses to Jo Marie Lewis, a half-time sub who provided a cutting edge the Ranger's had lacked in the first period.

The yellow shirts (Defence Force) conceded all territory to the reigning champs, but they appeared to be holding firm, limiting their opponents only to long-range shots and goal-mouth scrambles. Just as it seemed Defence Force were going to edge an upset win, Superville restored parity when she drilled home a cross from the right.

And Walker, who combined well with Lewis and had threatened for most of the second-half, was duly rewarded when she converted after a scramble in the area. Their defence finally breached, Defence Force conceded a third with mere seconds on the clock as Lewis drilled a free kick past the unsighted Melissa Joseph.

"We came on much stronger in the second half," said Walker. "We wanted nothing but a win, and the three points set the tone for the rest of the season.''

Rangers coach Jason Spence expected his charges would come good in the end. "We lived in the opponents half for the majority of the game, it was just a matter of time before it hit the back of the net," he said. Meanwhile, St Augustine FC also got off to a winning start with a 3-1 win over the national Under-17 team. Action in the league continues this weekend.

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #61 on: May 18, 2015, 05:58:02 AM »
St. Augustine beating our U17s?   :-\
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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #62 on: May 18, 2015, 07:48:50 PM »
"The yellow shirts (Defence Force) conceded all territory to the reigning champs, but they appeared to be holding firm, limiting their opponents only to long-range shots and goal-mouth scrambles. Just as it seemed Defence Force were going to edge an upset win, Superville restored parity when she drilled home a cross from the right."


^^^^ I reading right there?????
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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #63 on: May 20, 2015, 01:50:42 AM »
WoLF resumes on Sunday.
By Sean Taylor (Express).


CONCACAF Women's Day Saturday, so not matches

Goal-fest in the south, while traditional contenders stamped their authority, were the order of the day as matchday one of the 2015 Women's League Football (WoLF) rounded off over the weekend.

Point Fortin Civic ran riot over Crowne Trace 12-0, while La Brea Angels belied their name when they terrorised Waterloo Starlets, scoring 16 unanswered goals. The usual suspects Trincity Nationals, St Augustine FC and defending champs St. Ann's Rangers all registered opening victories, while newcomers Queen's Park CC stated their intent with a 4-0 win over Netshakers.

For the Point Fortin team, a hat-trick from Latavia Morris, and three seperate braces from Shennelle Jordan, Dennecia Prince and Latoya King established the fact that life in the WoLF could be a punishing experience.

Kimberly Coolie, Latoya Thomas and Javannah Moreno rounded off the scoring as they routed Crowne Trace 12-0 on Sunday. La Brea Angels decided they would steal the spotlight however, as they issued their own foobtalling lesson in a 16-0 demolition of Waterloo Starlets.

Up north, the underdogs were more competitive as the established teams had to work for their three points. In the "Delia De Silva" Group, Trincity Nationals edged Tobago Chicas 2-1 with Denisher Williams and Ranelle Pascal finding the back of the net, while Tsaianne Leander was the only scorer for the Tobago team.

St Augustine FC beat the National U-17s by an identical scoreline at the Eddie Hart Ground, while St Ann's Rangers had to chase a 1-0 deficit for the majority of the match before they scored three quick-fire goals at the end to romp to a well-deserved win over Defence Force.

Anique Walker put the defending champions in the lead after Patrice Superville converted from six yards out after a right-wing cross. Jo-Marie Lewis' free kick did nothing more than add salt to the wounds of the soldier/coastguard team, who fought to the very end to maintain their advantage.

Real Dimension, who dominated the women's game in 2012, opened their account with 3-0 win over Diego Martin Central. Newcomers Queen's Park CC also made a statement with a 4-0 thrashing of Netshakers at the Queens' Park Savannah, establishing their credentials in the league.

Matchday Two Fixtures:
(Due to the CONCACAF Women's Day, there will be no matches on Saturday)

Sunday

Ricarda Nelson Group
Northern Rush C.A. vs Diego Martin Central 4 p.m.
Malvern FC vs Netshakers FC 4 p.m
Real Dimension FC vs St Ann's Rangers 4 p.m.

Izler Browne Group
Petrotrin vs MOS Schoolaz 4 p.m.
La Brea Angels vs Point Fortin Civic 4 p.m.
Central FC vs Waterloo Starlets 4 pm

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #64 on: May 23, 2015, 02:09:15 AM »
La Brea humiliates Waterloo 16-0.
T&T Newsday Reports.


LA BREA Angels humiliated Waterloo Starlets 16-0 last weekend as the 2015 season of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (WoLF) began.

This game was one of three matches in the Izler Browne Division.

There was another lopsided result, with Point Fortin Civic embarrassing Crowne Trace 12-0. Latavia Morris netted a hat-trick, while Shenelle Jordan, Dennecia Prince and Latoya King notched two apiece. Also getting their names on the scoresheet were Kimberly Coolie, Latoya Thomas and Javannah Moreno.

Zoey Swift and Chelcy Ralph found the back of the net as Ministry of Sport Schoolaz whipped Central FC 2-0. League matches will continue tomorrow.

Other Match Day One Results -

Ricarda Nelson Division -

ST ANN’S RANGERS (1) - Nicolette Daisley vs MALVERN (0).

REAL DIMENSION (3) vs DIEGO MARTIN CENTRAL (0).

QUEEN’S PARK (4) vs NETSHAKERS (0).

Delia De Silva Division -

ST ANN’S RANGERS (3) - Patrice Superville, Anique Walker, Jo-Marie Lewis vs DEFENCE FORCE (1) - Kalicia Robinson.

ST AUGUSTINE FC (2) - Celeste Thomas, Naomie Guerra vs NATIONAL WOMEN’S TEAM (1) - Raenah Campbell.

TRINCITY NATIONALS (2) - Denisher Williams, Ranelle Pascal vs TOBAGO CHICAS (1) - Tsaianne Leander.

Match Day Two Fixtures -

Izler Browne Division -

Petrotrin vs Ministry of Sport Schoolaz;

La Brea Angels vs Point Fortin Civic;

Central FC vs Waterloo Scarlets.

Ricarda Nelson Division -

Northern Rush CA vs Diego Martin Central;

Malvern vs Netshakers;

Real Dimension vs St Ann’s Rangers.

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #65 on: May 23, 2015, 02:42:30 AM »
Newsday, how do "humiliated" and "embarrassed" constitute responsible journalism?
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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #66 on: May 23, 2015, 11:45:08 AM »
These lopsided games are to be expected because women football in TT is still in the infancy state. It will take sometime for parity to take hold. It may take a it longer because women sports or anything, tend to be second fiddle in the pecking order. But that will change as women sports are given the resources to compete like their male counterparts.

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #67 on: June 03, 2015, 02:21:38 AM »
La Brea Angels, QPCC register shutout wins.
By Sean Taylor (Express).


Goals galore in WoLF

Goals galore was the order of the day in last weekend's Women's League Football (WoLF), when the action resumed nationwide. The goal-rush came mainly from the south-central division, or the "Izler Browne" as it's officially known.

La Brea Angels and Petrotrin continued their goal-scoring form, while the Central FC women's team came out on top in a seven-goal thriller. The Debisette sisters were in the mood as they scored seven goals between them in a 14-0 Angels romp over Crowne Trace.

Khadidra notched four goals while Khadisha scored a hat trick of her own. Gina Marie Williams also got four to her name, with Kayana Trim netting two and Tineisha Cobham had a solitary goal. Petrotrin also matched that total as Nikiesha Noel scored a quartet, and Dernelle Mascal scored a brace to stand out amongst the scorers. Goals from Latavia Morris, Javanah Moreno and Khaline Jacob were not enough to stop them from succumbing to defeat in a 4-3 roller coaster ride against Central FC.

Up in the north served up some footballing lessons as well. In the "Ricard Nelson" group, Queen's Park CC made a statement of their intent, thrashing Malvern 13-0. Stephanie Woo Ling registered six times on the scoresheet in a punishing encounter served up by the league first-timers. Real Dimension put six past Netshakers while St Ann's Ranger's youth team triumphed 3-1 over Northern Rush.

St. Ann's Rangers' main team continued their impressive run with a 6-1 win over National U-17 team, in the "Delia de Silva" group. Anique Walker, a former national youth player herself, put three past the keeper at the Dibe Recreation Ground in St James. Other hopefuls in the group St Augustine FC edged Tobago Chicas 3-2 at the Eddie Hart Ground, while Defence Force battled to a 1-1 draw with Trincity Nationals.

Results

Delia De Silva Group

Defence Force 1 (Shanice Pierre) v Trincity Nationals 1 (Charissa Delzin)

St Augustine FC 3 (Patrice Campbell 3) v Tobago Chicas 2 (Njemile Charles, Kystal Taylor)

St Ann’s Rangers 6 (Anique Walker 3, Sharain Cummings, Annalis Cummings, Tisha Lee Spicer) v T&T Women’s Under-17 0

Ricarda Nelson Group

QPCC 13 (Stephanie Woo Ling 6, Melissa Woo Ling 3, Christine Rose 2, Moira Lindsey, Jihann Miller) v Malvern 0

Real Dimension 6 v Netshakers 0

St Ann’s Rangers 3 v Northern Rush 1

Izler Browne Group

Petrotrin 12 (Nikeisha Noel 4, Dernelle Mascall 2, Jahra Thomas, Patrice Vincent, Afeisha Clement, Stephenie Beam) v Waterloo Starlets 0

La Brea Angels 14 (Khadidra Debesette 4, Gina Marie Williams 4, Khadisha Debesette 3, Kayana Trim 2, Tineisha Cobham) v Crowne Trace 0

Central FC 4 (Jennette Wilson 3, Verlea Deprey) v Pt Fortin Civic 3 (Latavia Morris, Javana Moreno, Khaline Jacob)

This weekend's fixtures

Saturday

Diego Martin Central vs St Ann's Rangers Patna Village Grd, Diego Martin

Netshakers FC vs Northern Rush QPS (St Francois Ground), POS

Sunday

Queen's Park C.C. vs Real Dimension St Mary's College Ground (CIC)

Trincity Nationals vs St Augustine FC Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua

Defence Force vs U17 National Team Macaripe, Chaguaramas

Tobago Chicas vs St Ann's Rangers

Waterloo Starlets vs MOS Schoolaz Waterloo Secondary Ground

Central FC vs Crowne Trace

Petrotrin vs Point Fortin Civic Guaracara Park, PAP

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #68 on: June 21, 2015, 06:23:00 AM »
QPCC edge Diego in WoLF Football
By Sean Taylor (Express).


It was a frustrating afternoon for the Queen’s Park Cricket Club, as they had to wait until almost midway into the second half before opening the score at the St Mary’s Ground.

Winger Brittany Farah scored the lone goal in the 64th minute to help QPCC, one of the favourites in the Ricarda Nelson Group, to a 1-0 victory over the Diego Martin Central team in Women’s League Football action, yesterday.

The opening exchanges were untidy as no one was able to establish a foothold in the match. The Diego Martin contingent, who were level on nine points in the table with QPCC at the start of the day, came into the match with their game plan; which was to press with a high defensive line at every opportunity.

Diego had the best chance overall in the first half, as Breanna George wrapped her left foot around the ball for her free kick which had to be tipped over by the QPCC custodian, who was otherwise uncontested for the rest of the match.

The win brought QPCC up to three points behind Real Dimension, who had defeated them 3-0 at the same ground a fortnight ago.

WoLF action continues across the country today.

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #69 on: June 21, 2015, 11:27:37 AM »
What other scores do we have??
Come on WOLF

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #70 on: June 25, 2015, 03:02:51 AM »
WoLF struggling to keep pace with WPL
T&T Newsday Reports.


WITH THE launch of the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) last Thursday at the Police Barracks, St James, all eyes were on the Trinidad and Tobago women’s team players, as well as the international players invited for this tournament, set to make its mark on women’s football not only here in Trinidad and Tobago, but the entire region, including South and Central America.

Meanwhile, local clubs are ‘‘crying wolf’’ as many of their better players have moved across to the WPL, as it offers some monetary compensation and a more competitive stage to showcase their talents.

Last week, St Ann’s Rangers removed their champion team from the WoLF (Women’s League Football) as many players were lost to the WPL. Rangers have two teams in the WoLF and will continue with their youth team in the competition.

This now leaves 19 teams vying for the coveted 2015 Championship title.

This year, the league moved away from its usual Premier and first Division format, opting for a zonal competition in anticipation of the time when teams would lose some of their better players to the WPL. In that way, there would be an even cross-section of players among the teams, thus still making it competitive to some extent.

After zonal competition, the top two teams from each group and the two best overall third- placed teams would face off in a knockout Big 8 Finals. Dates are still to be confirmed along with the forthcoming FA Cup Competition.

Weekend Results (Izler Browne Division) -

Match Day Three -

POINT FORTIN CIVIC (13) - Denecia Prince 6, Javanah Moreno 3, Shenelle Jordan 2, Latavia Morris, Tamara Johnson vs WATERLOO STARLETS (0).

PETROTRIN (2) - Jahra Thomas, Britney Cooper vs LA BREA ANGELS (0).

Ricarda Nelson Division -

Match Day Five -

QUEEN’S PARK (1) - Brittney Farah vs DIEGO MARTIN CENTRAL (0).

Delia De Silva Division -

Match Day -

ST AUGUSTINE (3) - Patrice Campbell 2, Naomie Guerra vs DEFENCE FORCE (3).

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #71 on: June 25, 2015, 05:54:56 AM »
WoLF struggling to keep pace with WPL
T&T Newsday Reports.


WITH THE launch of the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) last Thursday at the Police Barracks, St James, all eyes were on the Trinidad and Tobago women’s team players, as well as the international players invited for this tournament, set to make its mark on women’s football not only here in Trinidad and Tobago, but the entire region, including South and Central America.

Meanwhile, local clubs are ‘‘crying wolf’’ as many of their better players have moved across to the WPL, as it offers some monetary compensation and a more competitive stage to showcase their talents.

Last week, St Ann’s Rangers removed their champion team from the WoLF (Women’s League Football) as many players were lost to the WPL. Rangers have two teams in the WoLF and will continue with their youth team in the competition.

This now leaves 19 teams vying for the coveted 2015 Championship title.

This year, the league moved away from its usual Premier and first Division format, opting for a zonal competition in anticipation of the time when teams would lose some of their better players to the WPL. In that way, there would be an even cross-section of players among the teams, thus still making it competitive to some extent.

After zonal competition, the top two teams from each group and the two best overall third- placed teams would face off in a knockout Big 8 Finals. Dates are still to be confirmed along with the forthcoming FA Cup Competition.

So a fete league (WPL) makes way more than a league that should be a developmental league for women footballers are suffering.

WPL - 6 week.
Housing
Food
Uniforms
Higher Pay
Transportation
Incentive
Mediacal
Top class training.
etc

WOLF - 7/8 months??
Nothing.


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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #72 on: June 25, 2015, 05:59:16 AM »
WoLF struggling to keep pace with WPL
T&T Newsday Reports.


WITH THE launch of the inaugural Women’s Premier League (WPL) last Thursday at the Police Barracks, St James, all eyes were on the Trinidad and Tobago women’s team players, as well as the international players invited for this tournament, set to make its mark on women’s football not only here in Trinidad and Tobago, but the entire region, including South and Central America.

Meanwhile, local clubs are ‘‘crying wolf’’ as many of their better players have moved across to the WPL, as it offers some monetary compensation and a more competitive stage to showcase their talents.

Last week, St Ann’s Rangers removed their champion team from the WoLF (Women’s League Football) as many players were lost to the WPL. Rangers have two teams in the WoLF and will continue with their youth team in the competition.

This now leaves 19 teams vying for the coveted 2015 Championship title.

This year, the league moved away from its usual Premier and first Division format, opting for a zonal competition in anticipation of the time when teams would lose some of their better players to the WPL. In that way, there would be an even cross-section of players among the teams, thus still making it competitive to some extent.

After zonal competition, the top two teams from each group and the two best overall third- placed teams would face off in a knockout Big 8 Finals. Dates are still to be confirmed along with the forthcoming FA Cup Competition.

So a fete league (WPL) makes way more than a league that should be a developmental league for women footballers are suffering.

WPL - 6 week.
Housing
Food
Uniforms
Higher Pay
Transportation
Incentive
Mediacal
Top class training.
etc

WOLF - 7/8 months??
Nothing.



Who are the WoLF sponsors? How much does TTFA invest in the developmental WoLF league? Can't you see that the concept of WPL is to attract interest from sponsors and the general public so that a WoLF league can develop ?

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #73 on: June 25, 2015, 07:03:26 AM »
We'll see FS.

All these sponsors do is sponsor foreign players, ideas or league, nothing for the locals, I assure you when the WPL is over, the sponsors are gone with them.

Caribbean Airlines do not sponsor locals teams, look at them now.

Then again, locals dont have the brain and cooperation to archive anything.

Look at the mess with the TTFA.

They run the WOLF league though?

Go figure.


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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #74 on: June 25, 2015, 07:26:21 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage

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« Reply #75 on: June 25, 2015, 07:35:39 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   

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« Reply #76 on: June 25, 2015, 07:47:11 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   
I in as much provided the answer that would appear to be a rationale - however from the onset I must have missed reading that this was the intent. I must be missing where the team is playing asateamratner than individuals different teams, I must be missing Luton how with a month to go that the team is unserious preparation- oh ho - creat  an opportunity to providesomefundsfor playersmakethemhappy call itwhatyouwantat this time and leh we swallow that for the common good.
Look nah yuh could only fool some of the people some of the time - good one good strategic ploy - political mileage gained- we prepare teams for games - we sidestep TTFA and we sheet come out smelling like perfume- yes boi the people of TnT real easy going boi throw a hungry dog ah bone and they eat it up like prime steak yes allyuh good good call bravo - success comes under all kinda guises. I fuh one seeing through the sheets IMHO

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« Reply #77 on: June 25, 2015, 07:58:57 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   
I in as much provided the answer that would appear to be a rationale - however from the onset I must have missed reading that this was the intent. I must be missing where the team is playing asateamratner than individuals different teams, I must be missing Luton how with a month to go that the team is unserious preparation- oh ho - creat  an opportunity to providesomefundsfor playersmakethemhappy call itwhatyouwantat this time and leh we swallow that for the common good.
Look nah yuh could only fool some of the people some of the time - good one good strategic ploy - political mileage gained- we prepare teams for games - we sidestep TTFA and we sheet come out smelling like perfume- yes boi the people of TnT real easy going boi throw a hungry dog ah bone and they eat it up like prime steak yes allyuh good good call bravo - success comes under all kinda guises. I fuh one seeing through the sheets IMHO

I didn't understand a lot of your last statement, but I get the drift: that somehow the government believes that a 6 week womens league will win them the election. Ok, that's your opinion, fair enough. I actually find that far more unbelievable than the reasons I gave you. As for sidestepping TTFA, it's kinda difficult to sidestep something that isn't there!

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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #78 on: June 25, 2015, 09:57:09 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   

So the WPL is here to help the women PanAm and Olympics teams but yet the men are suffering?

Why the sudden interest in the women's game?


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Re: 2015 WoLF League Thread.
« Reply #79 on: June 25, 2015, 10:09:00 AM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   
I in as much provided the answer that would appear to be a rationale - however from the onset I must have missed reading that this was the intent. I must be missing where the team is playing asateamratner than individuals different teams, I must be missing Luton how with a month to go that the team is unserious preparation- oh ho - creat  an opportunity to providesomefundsfor playersmakethemhappy call itwhatyouwantat this time and leh we swallow that for the common good.
Look nah yuh could only fool some of the people some of the time - good one good strategic ploy - political mileage gained- we prepare teams for games - we sidestep TTFA and we sheet come out smelling like perfume- yes boi the people of TnT real easy going boi throw a hungry dog ah bone and they eat it up like prime steak yes allyuh good good call bravo - success comes under all kinda guises. I fuh one seeing through the sheets IMHO

I didn't understand a lot of your last statement, but I get the drift: that somehow the government believes that a 6 week womens league will win them the election. Ok, that's your opinion, fair enough. I actually find that far more unbelievable than the reasons I gave you. As for sidestepping TTFA, it's kinda difficult to sidestep something that isn't there!
There is nothing laudable or nothing deserving by alluding to the implicit demise of our TTFA- like them or not , they are there for a purpose. Like the present elected officials in government- however when apparent external forces are working against the TTFA to ensure its demise or to make the look bad it smells smack foa Colonial legacy of " divide and conquer"
I could see why the target is now focus onthe ladies, the men's teams have already been paid off and infiltration has probably been put in place- there is no reason for our coach to witness the sort of lacklustre performance as we most recently had . I believe that there is there are workings amist to destroy Otto ensure what the TTFA has supported does not meet with success. Now whomever appears to be working on the women to buy their favour. IMHO
Our plyers now are been torn and caught up Ina political hot potato

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« Reply #80 on: June 25, 2015, 11:56:46 AM »
we rel big oui .... look we have two league for women football...sad part is that people who say they care about the game not really about the game

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« Reply #81 on: June 25, 2015, 12:36:06 PM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   

So the WPL is here to help the women PanAm and Olympics teams but yet the men are suffering?

Why the sudden interest in the women's game?



How are the men suffering?

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« Reply #82 on: June 25, 2015, 12:39:39 PM »
Timing - timing -  don't you think this league or whatever this is being played out would have been better served Asa prelude to the women's WCqualifiers?

Planning planning- what is the intent and long term purpose of this? How does this coincide with team preparations forPanam games?

Ah boi nothing more than political patronage


The WPL is specifically timed to prepare the girls for PanAm and Olympics as it appeared that there was no preparation in place. This is why the league was "rushed". Currently, the Senior Womens Team are playing a series of matches vs the foreign players. The national players should play 8 - 10 decent games (including WPL) as preparation.

Also, WoLF could have worked alongside WPL to ensure there was limited disruption to their league.   
I in as much provided the answer that would appear to be a rationale - however from the onset I must have missed reading that this was the intent. I must be missing where the team is playing asateamratner than individuals different teams, I must be missing Luton how with a month to go that the team is unserious preparation- oh ho - creat  an opportunity to providesomefundsfor playersmakethemhappy call itwhatyouwantat this time and leh we swallow that for the common good.
Look nah yuh could only fool some of the people some of the time - good one good strategic ploy - political mileage gained- we prepare teams for games - we sidestep TTFA and we sheet come out smelling like perfume- yes boi the people of TnT real easy going boi throw a hungry dog ah bone and they eat it up like prime steak yes allyuh good good call bravo - success comes under all kinda guises. I fuh one seeing through the sheets IMHO

I didn't understand a lot of your last statement, but I get the drift: that somehow the government believes that a 6 week womens league will win them the election. Ok, that's your opinion, fair enough. I actually find that far more unbelievable than the reasons I gave you. As for sidestepping TTFA, it's kinda difficult to sidestep something that isn't there!
There is nothing laudable or nothing deserving by alluding to the implicit demise of our TTFA- like them or not , they are there for a purpose. Like the present elected officials in government- however when apparent external forces are working against the TTFA to ensure its demise or to make the look bad it smells smack foa Colonial legacy of " divide and conquer"
I could see why the target is now focus onthe ladies, the men's teams have already been paid off and infiltration has probably been put in place- there is no reason for our coach to witness the sort of lacklustre performance as we most recently had . I believe that there is there are workings amist to destroy Otto ensure what the TTFA has supported does not meet with success. Now whomever appears to be working on the women to buy their favour. IMHO
Our plyers now are been torn and caught up Ina political hot potato

I'm not sure who you're referring to here, but there is no "Colonial legacy of " divide and conquer"". The men's team has been funded as requested by TTFA and there is support from MoS for the women. Maybe you should be more concerned with the other 8 national football teams? 

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« Reply #83 on: June 27, 2015, 04:36:05 AM »
WoLF action continues today.
By Sean Taylor (Express).


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.

The Delia De Silva Group will take a different shape as points and standings have to be reshuffled to accommodate the departure of the reigning champions and now former group leaders, St Ann's Rangers. The team had to withdraw from this year's competition, citing their exodus of stars to the WPL as the cause. St Augustine FC who currently have seven points, will most likely be moved up into first place, while Trincity Nationals, always a contender trail them by one point.

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.

WoLF Fixtures
(All matches start at 4 p.m)

Today

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

Tomorrow

Northern Rush vs Real Dimension

Malvern F.C. vs Diego Martin Central Patna Village Grd, Diego Martin

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« Reply #84 on: June 27, 2015, 04:38:00 AM »
WoLF action continues today.
By Sean Taylor (Express).


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.

The Delia De Silva Group will take a different shape as points and standings have to be reshuffled to accommodate the departure of the reigning champions and now former group leaders, St Ann's Rangers. The team had to withdraw from this year's competition, citing their exodus of stars to the WPL as the cause. St Augustine FC who currently have seven points, will most likely be moved up into first place, while Trincity Nationals, always a contender trail them by one point.

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.

WoLF Fixtures
(All matches start at 4 p.m)

Today

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

Tomorrow

Northern Rush vs Real Dimension

Malvern F.C. vs Diego Martin Central Patna Village Grd, Diego Martin

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« Reply #85 on: June 29, 2015, 04:22:33 AM »
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« Reply #86 on: July 03, 2015, 02:02:45 AM »
Dimension, QPCC in WoLF Big Eight
By Sean Taylor (Express).


Women's League Football (WoLF) action continued last weekend, with the places for the upcoming Big Eight competition up for grabs. Real Dimension, St Augustine FC and Petrotrin were all in winners’ row, as they continued their good form in matches which took place across the country.

This year's WoLF competition had to be reshuffled as a result of the Women's Premier League, which is being played simultaneously. The league segment has been separated into three groups based on geographical location, with two north/east divisions, as well as a south/central division. Dimension, St Augustine and Petrotrin all top their respective groups after six rounds of matches.

The top two teams in each group will automatically qualify for the Big Eight knockout competition, as well as the two best third-placed teams.

Real Dimension have bounced back to the form from their glory days, as they have maximum points from six matches, winning their group. Their 18-point haul includes 34 unanswered goals. QPCC, debutants this season, have also been impressive and finished second, three points behind. Diego Martin are currently third, however their goal differential will not be enough for them to qualify as one of the best third-placed teams.

St Augustine have calmly stepped in and replaced defending champions St Ann's Rangers at the top of their group, as the Rangers had to withdraw from the competition last week. The "Green Machine" who have ten points, beat the National Under-17s 2-0 over the weekend, and currently lead them by three points. The Under-17s were able to bounce back on Wednesday, beating Defence Force 7-0 with all goals coming in a very one-sided second half. Trincity Nationals are the best poised of the third-placed teams, sitting just a point behind the U-17 team with six points.

In the south, it has been mostly a two-tiered affair, with the upper teams in the table clearly in a class of their own. Petrotrin have 15 points, while La Brea Angels are on 12. Point Fortin Poineers who had a good 2014 season, are third with nine points and should be comfortably through to the Big Eight, as long as they keep fourth-placed Central FC at bay. The Poineers have a mammoth +27 goal differential which works in their favour for progression.

This weekend's fixtures

Sunday

Trincity Nationals v Defence Force, 4 p.m. Eddie Hart Grounds, Tacarigua

Tobago Chicas v St Augustine FC, 4pm, Venue to be Announced

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« Reply #87 on: August 12, 2015, 01:54:07 AM »
WoLF competition approaches climax.
By Sean Taylor (Express).


The Women’s League Football (WoLF) competition is in its final stages, as the Big Eight competition kicked off on Sunday, with Real Dimension and Tobago FC advancing to the semi-final stage of the competition.

Real Dimension are edging closer to the title but were made to work in their quarter-final clash at the Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground, as they beat Point Fortin Civic 2-1 to march on to the last four.

Tobago FC had no such problem, though, as they put six past La Brea at Caroni Savannah Road to romp into the semi-final round.

QPCC were scheduled to play St Augustine FC in what promises to be a cracker. However, their match on Saturday at the Patna Grounds in Diego Martin was postponed due to the stormy weather.

QPCC will now play the “Green Machine” today at the same ground, with kick-off scheduled for 7 p.m.

The Patna Grounds will once again be treated to quarter-final action, as Diego Martin take on Petrotrin on Saturday, rounding off the quarter-final stage of the WoLF Big Eight competition.

Today

St Augustine FC v QPCC—Patna ­Recreation Ground 7 p.m.

Saturday

Diego Martin v Petrotrin—Patna Recreation Ground 4 p.m.

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O’Brien re-elected as TT WoLF president.
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VETERAN FOOTBALL administrator Sharon O’Brien was re-elected as president of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TT WoLF) on Wednesday.

The elections took place at the Board Room of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), located at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo.

Also re-elected on the TT WoLF executive was Claire George, who will continue as the assistant secretary (competitions).

Sharon Warrick, mother of ex-national player Jonelle Warrick, will serve as vice-president with Jamiyla Muhammad taking the role as general secretary and Beverly Ambris-Bateau holding the mantle of treasurer.

Other members of the executive are ex-Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Lisa-Jo Ramkissoon (assistant secretary - operations), Harvey Jack (assistant secretary - administrations), Rayana Boswell (public relations officer), Annalise Collette and Brandon Williams (ordinary members).

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« Reply #89 on: June 04, 2017, 05:42:42 PM »
Morace holds workshop with WoLF coaches.
TTFA Media.


Director of Women’s Football and Head Coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s team, Carolina Morace, recently held a workshop with coaches from the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football (TT WoLF).

The workshop comprised of 2 separate sessions, the first was an introductory meeting held on Wednesday 17 May at Ato Boldon with focus on warm up and fitness exercises while the second session was a classroom and field session that focused on zonal defending, held on May 27th at the same venue.

Morace has decided that the players on Senior and U-20 Teams will be released to train and play with their Clubs while the U17s will be entered as a team into the Premier Division. She said the main aim of this Workshop was to try to create a link between Clubs and National Team and to share her philosophy.

She continued that the information presented did not have to be used but moreso to act as a guideline to give the coaches ideas for their teams. In the end, Kenrick Hoyte, General Manager, Real Dimension WFC thanked Morace and Williams profusely for taking the time to meet and share information with them. In turn, Morace stated that they are available for any assistance the coaches may need going forward.

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