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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
T&T WOLF Media


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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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #100 on: July 16, 2019, 12:54:55 AM »
Parkites humiliate Central Women at WoLF.
By Joel Bailey (Newsday).


QUEEN’S PARK showed no sympathy towards Central Women over the weekend, as they inflicted a 22-0 beating in a TTWoLF (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.

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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.

RE­SULTS

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

Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts
1. Trinci­ty Na­tion­als*4*4*0*0*25*3*12
2.QPCC*5*3*1*1*38*5*10
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
7. UTT*4*1*2*1*21*2*5
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
11. Malvern*4*1*0*3*3*21*3
12. Cen­tral Women*5*0*0*5*0*77*0

Up­com­ing match­es

To­mor­row

To­ba­go Chi­cas v De­fence Force, Mt Pleas­ant Rec. Grd, Mt Pleas­ant, 6 pm

On Sat­ur­day

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

On Sun­day

St Au­gus­tine FC v To­ba­go Chi­cas, Fred­er­ick Set­tle­ment, Ca­roni, 4 pm


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« Reply #101 on: August 15, 2019, 07:16:36 AM »
Loraine nets 8 in Jewels 14-0 triumph
By Nigel Simon (T&T Guardian)


Ce­line Lo­raine made it 12 goals in two match­es when she net­ted eight times to lead Jew­els to a 14-0 tri­umph over Cen­tral Women when match­es in the T&T Women’s League Foot­ball (WoLF) con­tin­ued at Sig­nal Hill Recre­ation Ground, Sig­nal Hill, To­ba­go on Tues­day night.

In ad­di­tion to Lo­raine, who scored four times in Jew­els 7-1 whip­ping of the Uni­ver­si­ty of T&T on Sun­day last, Tiah Crichlow and Dar­ri­anne Hen­ry added two goals each while De­r­isha Bris­tol and Lloysha Si­mon chipped in with the oth­ers.

The win was the fourth in nine match­es for Jew­els, now with 12 points in sev­enth spot, ten be­hind lead­ers Club San­do.

Al­so on Tues­day night, na­tion­al strik­er Anique Walk­er scored in each half to fire Po­lice FC past St Au­gus­tine Ju­niors 5-0 at Knowles Street Recre­ation Ground, Curepe.

The Law­women took the lead in the 11th minute through the for­mer na­tion­al play­er, Jo-Marie Lewis be­fore Walk­er made it 2-0 four min­utes lat­er while Maya Ma­touk ex­tend­ed the ad­van­tage to 3-0 in the 40th minute.

In the sec­ond-half, Minty Cruick­shank made it 4-0 in the 62nd while Walk­er got her dou­ble in the 69th to com­plete the scor­ing and so­lid­i­fy her team's hold on the sixth spot with 14 points from nine match­es, six adrift of the trio of Queen's Park Crick­et Club, St Au­gus­tine FC and De­fence Force.

RE­SULTS

On Tues­day

Jew­els FC 14 (Ce­line Lo­raine 8, Dar­ri­ane Hen­ry 2, Tiah Crichlow 2, Lloysha Si­mon, De­r­isha Bris­tol) vs Cen­tral Women 0
Po­lice FC 5 (Anique Walk­er 15th, 69th, Jo-Marie Lewis 11th, Maya Ma­touk 40th, Minty Cruick­shank 62nd) vs St Au­gus­tine Jrs 0

On Sat­ur­day

Trinci­ty Na­tion­als 3 vs Malvern SC 0 - by de­fault
Club San­do 6 (Ah­keela Mol­lon 3, Kay­la Tay­lor 2, Kha­didra Debe­sette) vs QPCC 1 (Ja­nine Fran­cois)
To­ba­go Chi­cas 3 (Nei­tha Her­cules 2, Tsa­ianne Le­an­der) vs Po­lice FC 1 (Jo-Marie Lewis 44th)
St Au­gus­tine FC 27 (Chris­sy Mitchell 7, Nia Hon­ore 7, Shne­ice May­nard 3, Tal­i­ah Si­mon 3, Ayan­na Rus­sell, Malai­ka Dedi­er, Leah Mas­si­ah, Nat­i­fah Hack­shaw, Maria Frances-Ser­rant 2, own goal) vs Cen­tral Women 0

On Sun­day

De­fence Force2 (Sha­nia Lewis, Kamile De­gale) vs St Au­gus­tine Jrs 0
Jew­els FC 7 (Ce­line Lo­raine 4, Dar­ri­ane Hen­ry 2, Lloysha Si­mon) vs UTT 1 ( Ke­li­cia Ram­chan­dra)

Cur­rent TTWoLF stand­ings

Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts

1. Club San­do*9*7*1*1*54*8*22
2. Trinci­ty Na­tion­als*9*7*0*2*35*10*21
3. QPCC*10*6*2*2*53*15*20
4. St Au­gus­tine FC*9*6*2*1*47*6*20
5. De­fence Force*9*6*2*1*18*12*20
6. Po­lice FC*9*4*2*3*37*10*14
7. Jew­els FC*9*4*0*5*28*20*12
8. UTT*9*2*3*4*27*16*9
9. St Au­gus­tine Jr*8*2*0*6*21*34*6
10. To­ba­go Chi­cas*7*2*0*5*8*13*6
11. Malvern*8*1*0*7*4*58*3
12. Cen­tral Women*9*0*0*9*0*121*0

Top scor­ers

Ah­keela Mol­lon (Club San­do) - 17
Afiyah Corn­wall (QPCC) - 16
Ce­line Lo­raine (Jew­els) - 12
Anique Walk­er (Po­lice FC), Kay­la Tay­lor (Club San­do) - 11
Shenelle Jor­dan ((UTT), Asha James (Trinci­ty Na­tion­als) - 8

Up­com­ing match­es

To­day

Malvern vs To­ba­go Chi­cas, Dibe Rec. Grd, Long Cir­cu­lar, St James, 4 pm

On Sat­ur­day

Malvern SC vs UTT, Dibe Rec. Grd, Long Cir­cu­lar, St James, 4 pm
Po­lice FC vs Trinci­ty Na­tion­als, Knowles Street Rec. Grd, Curepe, 4 pm

Sun­day

Cen­tral Women vs To­ba­go Chi­cas, Venue to be de­ter­mined
St Au­gus­tine Jrs vs Jew­els, Knowles Street Rec. Grd, Curepe, 4 pm
De­fence Force vs Club San­do, De­fence Force Head­quar­ters, Ch­aguara­mas, 4 pm

On Au­gust 20

St Au­gus­tine FC vs To­ba­go Chi­cas, Fred­er­ick Set­tle­ment Grd, Ca­roni, 4 pm
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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #102 on: August 15, 2019, 09:09:51 AM »
Central Women is ah undercover cricket side or what ?

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #103 on: August 21, 2019, 12:19:27 AM »
Army, Club Sando draw blank.
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


The race for the ti­tle in this year's T&T Women’s League Foot­ball (WoLF) will go down to the fi­nal round of match­es af­ter three of the top four clubs bat­tled to draws when match­es con­tin­ued last week­end.

Down at De­fence Force Head­quar­ters, Ch­aguara­mas, on Sun­day, ta­ble-lead­ers Club San­do was held to a goal­less draw by host De­fence Force to im­prove to 23 points from ten match­es, one ahead of Trinci­ty Na­tion­als who al­so shared points in a 1-1 draw with Po­lice FC at Knowles Street Recre­ation Ground, Curepe on Sat­ur­day.

For Po­lice FC, Minty Cruick­shank was on tar­get while Asha James net­ted for Trinci­ty Na­tion­als.

Idle Queen's Park Crick­et Club has 20 points, the same as St Au­gus­tine FC who will play their match in hand to­day (Tues­day) ver­sus To­ba­go Chi­cas at Fred­er­ick Set­tle­ment Ground, Ca­roni from 4pm with their eyes set on go­ing top of the ta­ble ahead of the week­end's fi­nal round of match­es to de­ter­mine the league cham­pi­ons.

On Sat­ur­day, the Uni­ver­si­ty of T&T ham­mered Malvern 7-2 led by five goals from Shenelle Jor­dan at Dibe Recre­ation Ground, Long Cir­cu­lar, St James.

Kir­lan­da Bap­tiste and Zoe Swift al­so found the back of the net for UTT while Ak­i­lah Craw­ford got both Malvern replies.

St Au­gus­tine Ju­niors and Jew­els al­so failed to pro­vide a win­ner in their en­counter which end­ed 1-1 while at St Mary's Recre­ation Ground, Freeport, To­ba­go Chi­cas got 12 goals from Tsa­ianne Le­an­der in a 30-0 maul­ing of Cen­tral Women who showed up for the match with on­ly sev­en play­ers.

Results

On Sat­ur­day

UTT 7 (Shenelle Jor­dan 5, Kir­lan­da Bap­tiste, Zoe Swift) vs Malvern SC 2 (Ak­i­lah Craw­ford)

Po­lice FC 1 (Minty Cruick­shank) vs Trinci­ty Na­tion­als 1 (Asha James)

On Sun­day

To­ba­go Chi­cas 30 (Tsa­ianne Le­an­der 6th, 15th, 17th, 19th, 26th, 28th, 47th,63rd, 71st, 73rd, 80th, 83rd, N'Jemile Charles 3rd, 23rd, 76th, Crys­tal Toney 11th, 29th, 58th, Anush­ka Dove 18th, 89th, Jay­dime Mo­hammed 22nd, 85th, Ab­brelle Baynes 40th, 88th, Ne­icha Her­cules 78th, 79th, Re­nasha Jones 20th, Nick­ie Solomon 40th o.g, Dil­lea­sia Nichol­son 66th) vs Cen­tral Women 0

St Au­gus­tine Jrs 1 (Tiana Williams) vs Jew­els 1 (De­r­isha Bris­tol)

De­fence Force 0 vs Club San­do 0

Top Scor­ers

16 - Ah­keela Mol­lon (Club San­do), Afiyah Corn­wall (QPCC)

14 - Ce­line Lo­raine (Jew­els), Tsa­ianne Le­an­der (To­ba­go Chic­cas)

13 - Shenelle Jor­dan ((UTT)

11 - Anique Walk­er (Po­lice FC), Kay­la Tay­lor (Club San­do)

10 - Chris­sy Mitchell (St Au­gus­tine FC)

9 -Asha James (Trinci­ty Na­tion­als)

6 - Alex­cia Ali (Club San­do), Jes­si­ca Har­ri­g­an (QPCC), Ash­lee Alon­zo (QPCC), Nia Hon­ore (St Au­gus­tine FC), Kir­land Bap­tiste (UTT), Minty Cruick­shank (Po­lice FC)

Lat­est TTWoLF Stand­ings

Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts
1. Club San­do*10*7*2*1*54*8*23
2. Trinci­ty Na­tion­als*10*7*1*2*36*11*22
3. QPCC*10*6*2*2*53*15*20
4. St Au­gus­tine FC*9*6*2*1*47*6*20
5. De­fence Force*10*6*3*1*18*12*21
6. Po­lice FC*10*4*3*3*38*11*15
7. Jew­els FC*10*4*1*5*29*21*13
8.UTT*10*3*3*4*34*18*12
9. To­ba­go Chi­cas*9*4*0*5*43*13*12
10. St Au­gus­tine Jrs*10*2*1*7*22*35*7
11. Malvern*10*1*0*9*6*70*3
12. Cen­tral Women*10*0*0*10*0*151*0

Up­com­ing Match­es

On Au­gust 24

UTT vs St Au­gus­tine Jrs, UTT Ground, O'Meara Road, Ari­ma, 4 pm

Malevrn vs Po­lice FC, Dibe Rec. Grd, Long Cir­cu­lar, St James, 4 pm

Cen­tral Women vs Trinci­ty Na­tion­als, Cou­va East Sec. Grd, 4 pm

On Au­gust 25

Club San­do vs Jew­els, Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um, Train­ing Field, Mara­bel­la, 4 pm

St Au­gus­tine FC vs De­fence Force, Knowles Street Rec. Grd, Curepe, 4 pm

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #104 on: August 27, 2019, 12:10:17 AM »
Club Sando takes WoLF title
By Nigel Simon (Guardian).


Club San­do was crowned cham­pi­on of the T&T Women’s League Foot­ball (WoLF) but on­ly on goal-dif­fer­ence from St Au­gus­tine FC when the fi­nal round of match­es took place on Sun­day.

Play­ing at the Man­nie Ramjohn Sta­di­um in Mara­bel­la, Club San­do blanked Jew­els FC 3-0 with a goal each from Ah­keela Mol­lon, in the 28th, Den­necia Prince in the 29th and Der­nelle Mas­call, ten min­utes from full-time to end with 26 points, lev­el with St Au­gus­tine FC who bat­tled past De­fence Force 2-1 at Knowles Street Recre­ation Ground, Curepe.
 
With her strike, Mol­lon al­so sneaked ahead of her ri­vals for the "Gold­en Boot" award for most goals with 17 with Queen's Park Crick­et Club's (QPCC) Afi­iyah Corn­wall, a goal be­hind, fol­lowed by To­ba­go Chi­cas' Tsa­ianne Le­an­der (15), and the pair of Jew­els' Ce­line Lo­raine and Uni­ver­si­ty of T&T's (UTT) Shenelle Jor­dan, with 14 each.

Chris­sy Mitchell put St Au­gus­tine FC ahead af­ter 20 min­utes, on­ly for na­tion­al de­fend­er Jemi­la Math­lin to get De­fence Force on lev­el terms in the 35th.

How­ev­er, Shenelle May­nard's 72nd-minute strike proved de­ci­sive for St Au­gus­tine, to grab all three points, but in the end, Club San­do's plus-49 goal-dif­fer­ence to their plus-45 proved the telling fac­tor.

A day ear­li­er at the St Mary's Ground, Freeport, Trinci­ty Na­tion­als moved ahead in the ti­tle race with a 19-0 ham­mer­ing of cel­lar-placed Cen­tral Women.

Shanelle War­rick led the way with five goals for Trinci­ty Na­tion­als while Raynell Pas­call and Natisha John added beaver tricks and the duo of Moe­ne­sa Mejias and Nick­isha James two each.

In Sat­ur­day's oth­er match­es, UTT and St Au­gus­tine Ju­niors bat­tled to a 2-2 draw while Po­lice FC won by de­fault from Malvern Sports Club.

The match be­tween QPCC and To­ba­go Chi­cas card­ed for Mt Gomery Recre­ation Ground, To­ba­go, was not played af­ter both teams showed up at the venue with uni­forms too close in like­ness for the match of­fi­cials and the out­come will be de­ter­mined by the league's dis­ci­pli­nary com­mit­tee.

WoLF Re­sults

Sun­day

Club San­do 3 (Ah­keela Mol­lon 28th, Den­necia Prince 29th, Der­nelle Mas­call 80th) vs Jew­els 0

St Au­gus­tine FC 2 (Chris­sy Mitchell 20th, Shenelle May­nard 72nd) vs De­fence Force 1 (Jemi­la Math­lin 35th)

Sat­ur­day

UTT 2 (Zoe Swift 4th, Shenelle Jor­dan 23rd) vs St Au­gus­tine Jrs 2 (Ja­da Gask­ins 8th, 35th).

Trinci­ty Na­tion­als 19 (Raynell Pas­call 9th, 13th, 61st, 80th, Shanelle War­rick 10th, 20th, 35th, 59th, 76th, Natisha John 52nd, 53rd, 72nd, 78th, Moe­ne­sa Mejias 32nd, 47th, Nick­isha James 66th, 85th, Shamya Owen 18th, Katara Munroe 26th) vs Cen­tral Women 0.

Po­lice FC 3 vs Malvern 0 - by de­fault

Top scor­ers

17 - Ah­keela Mol­lon (Club San­do),

16 - Afiyah Corn­wall (QPCC)

15 - Tsa­ianne Le­an­der (To­ba­go Chi­cas)

14 - Ce­line Lo­raine (Jew­els), Shenelle Jor­dan ((UTT)

11 - Anique Walk­er (Po­lice FC), Kay­la Tay­lor (Club San­do), Chris­sy Mitchell (St Au­gus­tine FC)

9 - Asha James (Trinci­ty Na­tion­als)

6 - Alex­cia Ali (Club San­do), Jes­si­ca Har­ri­g­an (QPCC), Ash­lee Alon­zo (QPCC), Nia Hon­ore (St Au­gus­tine FC), Kir­land­da Bap­tiste (UTT), Minty Cruick­shank (Po­lice FC)

Cur­rent TTWoLF Stand­ings

Place*Teams*P*W*D*L*F*A*Pts
1*Club San­do*11*8*2*1*57*8*26
2*St Au­gus­tine FC*11*8*2*1*52*7*26
3*Trinci­ty Na­tion­als*11*8*1*2*55*11*25
4*De­fence Force*11*6*3*2*19*14*21
5*QPCC*10*6*2*2*53*15*20
6*Po­lice FC*11*5*3*3*41*11*18
7*Jew­els FC*11*4*1*6*29*24*13
8*UTT*11*3*4*4*36*20*13
9*To­ba­go Chi­cas*10*4*0*6*43*16*12
10*St Au­gus­tine Jrs*11*2*2*7*24*42*8
11*Malvern*11*1*0*10*6*73*3
12*Cen­tral Women*11*0*0*11*0*173*0

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Re: WoLF Thread.
« Reply #105 on: August 27, 2019, 12:14:28 PM »
Central Women is ah undercover cricket side or what ?
They gave up 173 goals and scored none so they're 173 for 0.

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« Reply #106 on: October 15, 2019, 12:16:42 AM »
Warrick condems De Four attack on WoLF.
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Su­san Joseph-War­rick, Pres­i­dent of the T&T Women's League Foot­ball (WoLF) has hit back at se­nior na­tion­al women's foot­ball team coach, Ste­fan De Four af­ter he blamed the play­ers lack of fit­ness and sub­par per­for­mances of the lo­cal league.

De Four was in charge of the se­nior women's team, which failed to ad­vance from its Caribbean Foot­ball Union Women's Qual­i­fy­ing Round-Robin Pool A qual­i­fiers which al­so in­volved St Kitts/Nevis, Do­mini­can Re­pub­lic, An­tigua & Bar­bu­da, and Aru­ba.

T&T which host­ed the qual­i­fiers at the Ato Boldon Sta­di­um, Cou­va end­ed third in the five-team round-robin se­ries af­ter beat­ing Aru­ba 3-0 and An­tigua & Bar­bu­da 5-0, and draw­ing with the Do­mini­can Re­pub­lic 0-0 af­ter los­ing 4-1 to pool win­ners, St Kitts/Nevis.

In a re­lease to the me­dia via email Joseph-War­rick said: TT WOLF wish­es to con­demn the at­tack and blame hurled at its or­ga­ni­za­tion by coach Ste­fan De Four, for the lack of fit­ness and sub­par per­for­mance of Trinidad and To­ba­go Na­tion­al Women's team in the re­cent­ly con­clud­ed Olympic Qual­i­fiers held in Trinidad.

The re­lease reads: "A bad car­pen­ter blames his tools. Coach De Four had screen­ing for our lo­cal girls since mid- Au­gust when he be­gan train­ing with the Se­nior ladies 6 weeks be­fore the tour­na­ment, not 10 days as he would like us to be­lieve.

What did he and his staff do to im­prove the fit­ness of the girls?

Our League fin­ished on Au­gust 24th. He had the girls weeks be­fore that. Yes, our sea­son was short this sea­son(11games) and Yes, it needs to be longer and it will be go­ing for­ward.

But Coach De Four needs to take re­spon­si­bil­i­ty for the team's fail­ure and his short­com­ings in team prepa­ra­tion, play­er se­lec­tion and tac­tics.

Did he se­lect our best TT WOLF play­ers - our top goalscor­er, our top goal­keep­er did they fea­ture?

Why nott?

Were they black­list­ed?

TT WOLF has and is do­ing its part to in­crease the women's play­er pool and in­crease the lev­el of play af­ford­ed to our women who go on to our var­i­ous na­tion­al teams, uni­ver­si­ties and col­leges abroad.

How many TT WOLF games did coach De Four see? 2...3.

Who were our best de­fend­ers, mid­field­ers, for­wards?

Mr De­Four - Did you in­vite them as you did our for­eign-based girls?

What about their lev­el of fit­ness. Who are you go­ing to blame for their per­for­mance or lack of?

It ap­pears that none of our na­tion­al coach­es wants to shoul­der the blame when our teams (Men, Women and boys) fall short or turn in poor per­for­mances. It's al­ways the play­ers, the schools, the clubs and now TT WOLF at fault.

NO, Mr De­Four, look in the mir­ror. Mr De­Four, you should not on­ly apol­o­gize to TT WOLF, but it's play­ers and clubs, who feed all na­tion­al pro­grammes. We con­tin­ue to have the ma­jor women's foot­ball league in T&T and pos­si­bly the Caribbean de­vel­op­ing ju­nior and se­nior play­ers. We are do­ing our part, now you do yours."

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Susan Joseph-Warrick: The wolf of football
« Reply #107 on: November 24, 2019, 03:54:18 PM »
Susan Joseph-Warrick: The wolf of football
By Narissa Fraser (T&T Newsday)


Eat, sleep, attend meetings, make calls, talk football, repeat. This is a typical day in the life of T&T Women's League Football (WoLF) president Susan Joseph-Warrick.

The mother of three, who lives in Trincity, is married to Joel Warrick, head coach of local club Trincity Nationals FC. She is also part owner of the club and a T&T Football Association (TTFA) board member.

Joseph-Warrick believes the future is female and wants to represent the interests of young women in T&T.

Before her involvement in football, Joseph-Warrick worked in the hotel and fast food industries for 25 years. She later got into the local cinema business, and was general manager at Caribbean Cinemas 8 and the operations manager at Digicel IMAX. She has been retired for the past three years.

"My boss (at IMAX) was amazing. What I enjoyed most was that everyone, except the chairman, were women, and women of power. The financial controller, the CEO, me, and the marketing manager were all women. And believe you me, we were fantastic. We were great together."

She told WMN her love for football grew a result of her husband being a coach and a player. He was also a teacher at the Arima Boys' Government School. Their now 25-year-old club consists of an academy and seven teams.

"My love for it started a very long time ago. Fortunately, for me, when we decided to start our club, we decided to formulate this club in Trinicty. My son was part of first set of kids we would have had in the environment. And of course the daughters came along."

She is the mother of national players Shanelle and Jonelle Warrick-Cato.

"The passion came along. They were always in the savannah – what else could they fall in love with but football?"

She recalled enjoying football as a child as she grew up in a household that loved sports. But she said in those days, it was uncommon for women to be involved in the sport.

"Women were not so much featured then. It was a man's sport then. The boys played football so that's when you got the chance to go out and see. So obviously, the only ones you could have known were the Maradonnas and the Peles. Those were the teams and names you were familiar with because they were always in the news, they were always on the TV."

Although she doesn't play, she said, "I played one or two, what we would call fete matches because we had to take part in it but it was a nice experience."

And now, being part of yet another sporting family, she said there is a specific TV dedicated to sports only.

"My entire living room is full of trophies. I actually told my husband quite recently I think we have to build a room. Because it's not just trophies of the various teams that we have, we also have trophies of my kids' accomplishments – most goals, MVP (most valuable player), you name it. Year after year."

She said their club has been successful and has accomplished a lot this year. The under-13 and under-15 teams even went to Orlando, Florida in April to participate in the Florida Classic.

"It was a lot of hard work, getting everything in place, all the visas, raising the funds. Our club is not sponsored, so basically it's funds of both my husband and I, that of fund-raisers that we would have, as well as reaching out to a few corporate people who would give whatever they can to assist with something of that magnitude."

Initially, there were only male teams but in 2009, the first female team was created, and her daughters began to play for the club as well.

On November 19, 1989, T&T's senior men's national team (Strike Squad) was one point away from qualifying for the 1990 World Cup in Italy, but fell 1-0 to the US. It was a heartbreaking moment for football fans throughout the country – including Joseph-Warrick, for more than one reason.

"In 1989, I was pregnant with my eldest daughter and I literally wanted to cry because I could not go to the stadium. My husband was like no 'There's no way we could go.'"

"I think that would have been one of the major events as a young person that you wanted to be part of, and just the mere fact that I could not go. I mean, I watched it on TV but it was an historic event, so you'd feel like you need to be part of it."

She said she was disappointed at the result but was also happy the team had even reached that far.

Then came along the moment she had been waiting years for – T&T finally qualified for its first World Cup. In 2005, then national defender Dennis Lawrence scored the winning goal against Bahrain, booking the team's spot in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. The team was eliminated at the groups stage of the finals but still warmed the hearts of patriots and local football fans.

"It was exhilarating. It was phenomenal. It (the excitement) still goes on today. We are so passionate. I can't recall not going to any games. We were always there as a family. And once it's not in the country, we make sure we watch it on TV."

Fast-forward to 2014, to a moment that would have hit a little closer to home for her. The senior women's national team needed just one point to qualify for the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, but a late goal from Ecuador shattered their hopes. Joseph-Warrick said she was devastated.

"It was too emotional. I saw the hard work put in by those young ladies. We should have (qualified). We should have. Imagine we had a women's team where the stadium was full. It was full. I mean, to me that was like wow. The women were just hitting out of the ball park right through.

"I'm thinking about it and I want to cry because I felt like that would have been it."

She said she and her daughters had a good relationship with most of the players, and that they would often visit their home. Because of this, she said, the loss was also personal.

Joseph-Warrick became TTWoLF president in April, after being vice-president for two years. She was uncontested at the elections.

"Doing this here for women now, it's just an addition to what I've accomplished so far. It's being a woman in a man's world, because before I went in the business it was basically a man's world. I guess I get the excitement when I have to prove myself."

She said being the league president has opened her eyes to many underlying issues in local women's football.

"I felt like I could have made a bigger difference. As the vice-president, I wouldn't say I was limited but a lot of information I was not privy to became available to me. It's one thing to watch it from that side of the fence. When you're on the outside, you looking at things like, 'Oooh,' and when you come on the inside, you get to see exactly what these girls have to deal with."

She said the women's programme currently lacks funding and structure, adding that the available managers and coaches are not enough. Sometimes, she said, more than one team had the same technical staff.

She will be vying for second vice president in the TTFA elections on November 24, and said if successful, her team will be able to move women's football forward.

She told WMN her favourite footballers include US players Megan Rapinoe, Abby Wambach, Argentina's Lionel Messi and England's David Beckham.

"My first love, and I still have a big picture of my daughter when she met him, was David Beckham. That was my boy, he was awesome. I like good football."

Asked what advice she would give to young and upcoming female footballers, she said, "I would tell them to look up, smile, and know that we are here for them. I am here for them.

"As the proud mother of two national players who has seen the good, the bad; lived the highs and the lows, and seeing first-hand what they experienced, I don't want any young lady who wants to get involved in this sport have to go through what my daughters went through. As well as current young ladies, from the past players to the present players that they going through it right now."

She said she has a lot of great plans and visions for the years to come, and that she can only see things getting better.
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« Reply #108 on: December 24, 2019, 07:14:19 AM »
WoLF salutes Mollon with MVP honours.
By Walter Alibey (Guardian)


For­mer na­tion­al strik­er Ah­keela Mol­lon of Club San­do FC didn't sur­prise any­one when she was named the Most Valu­able Play­er (MVP) and Gold­en Boots win­ner at the Women's Foot­ball League (WoLF) Awards and Din­ner two weeks ago at the Na­tion­al Rac­quet Cen­tre (NRC) in Tacarigua.

Known for her re­men­dous goal-scor­ing ap­pi­tite, the speedy and ex­treme­ly tal­ent­ed Mol­lon scored 17 goals this sea­son for the award.

And with her goals she al­so led her team to the ti­tle ahead of St Au­gus­tine Foot­ball Club in sec­ond and third-place Trinci­ty Na­tion­als.

In front of a packed au­di­ence that in­clud­ed Deputy Per­ma­nent Sec­re­tary in the Min­istry of Sports and Youth Af­fairs Denise Arneaud, Mem­ber of Par­lia­ment for Tu­na­puna and Deputy Speak­er Es­mond Forde, CANOC and T&T Olympic Com­mit­tee pres­i­dent Bri­an Lewis who was al­so the fea­ture speak­er, Vice Pres­i­dent of the T&T Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion Clynt Tay­lor and T&T Su­per League pres­i­dent Kei­th Look Loy, among many oth­ers, Mol­lon who rep­re­sent­ed the coun­try at the youth lev­el and played pro­fes­sion­al­ly in Swe­den, re­ceived her award to thun­der­ous ap­plause.

In ad­di­tion, Keri My­ers, al­so of Club San­do col­lect­ed the Gold­en Glove prize for the best goal­keep­er: Arnold Mur­phy- Coach of the year (Club San­do): Man­ag­er of the Year- Marie Mout­tet (QPCC): and Fair Play Award- Cen­tral Women Unit­ed, while Sadiel An­toine (Cen­tral Women Unit­ed), Moe­ne­sa Mei­jas (Trinci­ty Na­tion­als) and Tis­han­na Orosco (St. Au­gus­tine Foot­ball Club) were ben­e­fi­cia­ries of the TTWoLF Pres­i­dent Youth Play­ers Awards.

Af­ter­wards WoLF pres­i­dent thanked the Of­fice of Prime Min­is­ter for sup­port­ing the or­gan­i­sa­tion through the Sports and Cul­tur­al Fund, the Min­istry Sports and Youth Af­fairs (MSYA), the Deputy Per­ma­nent Sec­re­tary MSYA,

NL­CB, T&T Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion, Tu­na­puna/Pi­ar­co Re­gion­al Coor­po­ra­tion, MP/House Speak­er Forde, Bermudez Group Ltd, IMAX, Harold Jo Sports, Mem­bers of TTWoLF and a num­ber of vol­un­teers, with­out whom the league and the func­tion would not have been pos­si­ble.

WoLF 2019 Ho­n­our Roll

1st Place- Club San­do F.C.

2nd Place - St. Au­gus­tine Foot­ball Club

3rd Place- Trinci­ty Na­tion­als

Coach of the year: Mr. Arnold Mur­phy (Club San­do)

Gold­en Boot: Ms. Ah­keela Mol­lon (Club San­do F.C)

Gold­en Glove: Ms. Keri My­ers (Club San­do F.C.)

MVP: Ah­keela Mol­lon (Club San­do F.C)

Man­ag­er of the Year: Mrs. Marie Mout­tet (QPCC)

Fair Play Award: Cen­tral Women Unit­ed

TTWoLF Pres­i­dent Youth Play­ers Awardees:

Sadiel An­toine (Cen­tral Women Unit­ed)

Moe­ne­sa Mei­jas (Trinci­ty Na­tion­als)

Tis­han­na Orosco (St. Au­gus­tine Foot­ball Club)

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« Reply #109 on: June 26, 2020, 11:36:18 AM »
WoLF ‘postpones’ competition until 2021; Warrick: We couldn’t be ready in time.
By Lasana Liburd (Wired868).


The Women’s League of Football (WoLF) will not kick a ball in 2020, after its executive committee decided to ‘postpone’ its competition until 2021. The decision was made on Saturday with a vote of 5-2 in favour of the postponement.

WoLF president Susan Joseph-Warrick confirmed the decision today. The other members of the WoLF executive members are: vice-president Kenrick Hoyte, general secretary Jamilya Muhammad, assistant secretary Nadia James and members Claire George, Annleyess Colette, Christine Rose and Mohan Persad. Muhammad was absent for the meeting.

The WoLF executive, via a press release, said the decision was made to protect its players.

“[…] It was determined that the health and safety of the players is of utmost importance,” stated James. “This was obviously a difficult decision, however, this is a decision that was made in order to protect everyone involved. We will start planning for the 2021 season shortly, and would engage all clubs in a subsequent email…”

Joseph-Warrick, who is also TTFA vice-president and is involved in a lawsuit against the Fifa normalisation committee, said the WoLF competition usually runs from April to the last week in July—so as to avoid a clash with the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) and to allow some participation from players in foreign universities, who generally return abroad in August.

The current scarcity of financial resources and the inability of teams to prepare as usual, due to Covid-19 restrictions were strong factors.

“We get no financial assistance from anyone and the last time we got help from the TTFA was [in 2016] and that was TT$50,000,” Joseph-Warrick told Wired868. “All the money we raise to cover prize money and so on, we raise ourselves from pounding the pavement.

“This year, we wanted to get insurance for the players but we couldn’t. Some of the clubs needed to organise themselves financially and they didn’t have the time. Remember too that we have teams from Tobago who would have to travel back and forth, so it is a big commitment.

“And also we are just opening back up, so teams would not have been training.”

The WoLF competition is played on community grounds rather than in national stadia and Joseph-Warrick, who said she would have loved to compete, said the executive considered the issue of proper sanitisation and the wellbeing of players and spectators. Clubs were consulted for feedback before the executive met.

Joseph-Warrick noted that the younger players still, hopefully, have SSFL competition to look forward to. Otherwise, the executive will continue fund-raising efforts and hope to sponsor exhibition matches later this year—once financially possible.

If not, it’s a case of: ‘see you in 2021’.

Joseph-Warrick declined comment on anything related to her United TTFA slate, their legal matter with Fifa and recent revelations about the stewardship of local football president William Wallace.

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« Reply #110 on: September 17, 2020, 08:24:38 AM »
WoLF cries: United TTFA vice-president Susan Joseph-Warrick accused of side-stepping women’s football constitution
By Ian Prescott (T&T Express)


WITH United TTFA’s High Court action against FIFA proceeding despite attempts by delegates to stop it, Women’s League Football (WOLF) president Susan Joseph-Warrick is being accused by executive members of seeking to use the organisation to her own gain.

Joseph-Warrick was elected Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) second vice-president last November after being on a “United TTFA” slate that also included TTFA president William Wallace, Clynt Taylor and Sam Phillip.

The WoLF executive is claiming its president scheduled a WoLF extraordinary general meeting (EGM) set for September 14, without the input of her executive, then cancelling it once United TTFA’s High Court injunction action succeeded.

Joseph-Warrick is named as a party to United TTFA’s High Court action against FIFA. United TTFA on Monday successfully obtained an injunction blocking the majority of TTFA members from holding a similar EGM which had been scheduled for Tuesday, where they would have voted on whether to sanction or stop United TTFA’s court action against FIFA.

United TTFA had repeatedly deemed the TTFA EGM illegal because of the manner in which it was called. United TTFA had argued that TTFA delegates should not have gone to FIFA Normalisation Committee chairman Robert Hadad to convene the meeting, but rather the TTFA general secretary Ramesh Ramdhan, who is currently suspended.

On condition of anonymity, WoLF executive members have indicated their objection to the WoLF president’s action on similar grounds. Having met previously, the WoLF executive had taken a position against United TTFA’s court action against FIFA.

Joseph-Warrick is accused of breaching article 29 of WOLF constitution, in by-passing executive members, and calling the meeting herself.

Article 29 states: “The executive committee may convene an extraordinary general meeting at any time.”

Queries were also made about the legitimacy of holding a virtual EGM.

“I am very disappointed with the flagrant disregard for the constitution that we all voted to uphold. The fact that today’s meeting was not even brought before the executive of WoLf for discussion, shows that this organisation has lost its sense of democracy and is moving more toward mob rule. One person’s view cannot supersede the fact that we are guided by the laws embedded in our constitution. We cannot and must not let our emotions guide us,” a WOLF executive member communicated.

Replying to queries from her executive on September 10, Joseph-Warrick agreed that the “executive committee” should have been the ones calling an EGM. And citing Covid-19 restrictions, she stated that any discrepancies can be “revised at our next AGM”.

“I am writing in response to the question of who should call an EGM of executive and membership,” stated Joseph-Warrick, “I am in agreement of Article 29 of TTWoLF Constitution which speaks clearly to the requirements of a conventional meeting.”

Joseph-Warrick put forward the right of the WoLF membership to have their say, as the reason for her action.

“We the elected officers of TTWoLF, represent the membership and they must have a say on the future of women football in Trinidad and Tobago,” Joseph-Warrick’s communiqué stated, “Whatever is the decision of the membership is what we should represent.”

Similarly, both T&T Pro League acting chairman and former Sport Minister Brent Sancho and Normalisation Committee chairman Robert Hadad had argued that as the majority, TTFA members deserved to have their views heard, when Joseph-Warrick and her United TTFA colleagues were seeking an injunction from Justice Carol Gobin to thwart the EGM.

Commenting on the injunction matter on I95FM on Monday, Hadad said: “Thirty-five of 47 of your (TTFA) membership, the people who put you in power, are saying they want to meet with you. If I am not the conduit and you have taken me to court to stop me from having the EGM, then you should have the EGM.”

Prior to Gobin granting United TTFA the injunction, Joseph-Warrick also advised her executive that should United TTFA successfully obtain the injunction, then the WoLF September 14 EGM would be called off.

“An injunction has been filed by United TTFA against tomorrow’s (Monday’s TTFA EGM) meeting. So if the result is in favour, our (WOLF) meeting will be cancelled,” the WoLF president advised.

Once United TTFA obtained its injunction, Joseph-Warrick subsequently communicated that WoLF’s EGM was cancelled.

“Good evening executive and membership. Consistent with today’s order from Justice Gobin regarding a proposed meeting called by Robert Hadad to discuss the FIFA vs TTFA matter, today’s TTWoLF meeting is cancelled in order to avoid any semblance of contempt of court, “Joseph-Warrick stated.
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« Reply #111 on: September 26, 2020, 12:32:45 AM »
Joseph-Warrick resigns from TTFA, WoLF
By Keith Clement (Guardian).
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Susan Joseph-Warrick, the second vice president of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) and president of the Women's Football League (Wolf), has announced her resignation from all football in T&T and has become the first casualty of the legal battle between the TTFA and FIFA on Friday. Joseph-Warrick's announcement to her executive comes less than 24 hours after FIFA officially suspended the T&TFA as a member of the world governing body FIFA with immediate effect and until further notice.

The ruling means that T&T cannot participate in any FIFA tournaments, events or programme anywhere in the world until the suspension is lifted.

T&T was looking forward to participating in next year's Gold Cup tournament in the United States and the upcoming World Cup qualifiers in March 2021.

The ruling follows a decision by the former TTFA executive to challenge in court, FIFA’s right to appoint a Normalisation Committee to manage the affairs of football in T&T.

Joseph-Warrick, who was elected as WoLF president in April 2019 on a two-year term, was the lone woman on the United TTFA slate that contested the TTFA November 24, 2019 elections to form the executive and serve alongside former president William Wallace and vice presidents — Clynt Taylor and Joseph Sam Phillips.

Joseph-Warrick's resignation letter reads:

Dear Gentlemen,

"I wish to advise of my Resignation from The United TTFA, Trinidad and Tobago Women's League Football (TT WoLF) and my Elected post of 2nd Vice President of the TTFA.

Today I look back to almost two(2) years ago, when I became a TTFA Board member and decided to fight for Accountability, Honesty and Good Governance, to fight for our young women who were always a footnote, to fight for the development of football.

That was against the previous administration that had sunk our football into depths of Despair.

We Won that fight.

Six months ago, a New Bigger battle emerged.

This time against FIFA, the rulers of World Football.

This was a fight for Principle, and Justice and I felt we were Well supported in our actions by the football lovers in Trinidad and Tobago.

Within recent times it has become clear to me, that we are also fighting against those that we represent; The Associations, The Clubs, The Teams, Supporters and Sadly....the Players.

In my Heart, I felt hurt by the actions of FIFA.....there was so much to do, but So little time given.

We were making Huge strides, and Yes we made some mistakes.

I believe that the end must justify the means and that our present course of actions against FIFA would not redound to the benefit of Trinidad and Tobago and to the dreams and aspirations of our present and future generations of footballers.

Having consulted with our membership, we took the decision to give up our principled struggle for the future of Trinidad and Tobago Football and moved for the withdrawal of court proceedings against FIFA.

How and why these papers were filed after the 3 pm deadline is beyond me, and I am saddened and disappointed at the turn of events.

Hopefully, this suspension will be short-lived as the membership, executive and Normalization Committee do what is beneficial for our future generations of players, clubs, coach and administrators.

As for me, I am Done."

Yours in Sport,
Susan Joseph-Warrick
2nd Vice President TTFA
President TT WoLF.
Vice President United TTFA.


The quartet was removed from office by FIFA on March 17 and FIFA -appointed a Normalisation Committee on March 27 to manage the sport which led them to mount a legal challenge of FIFA's decision at the Court for Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Switzerland in April, withdraw it in May as they could not pay the 40,000 Swiss francs (TT$276,000) in associated costs claiming institutional bias in favour of FIFA. The matter was then lodged in the T&T High Court and FIFA objected claiming the TTFA has breached its statutes.

FIFA had called on the TTFA to withdraw the matter from the High Court but although a decision was taken to do so late Tuesday night, the withdrawal did not come in time to meet FIFA’s ultimatum of September 23 and by the 3:0 pm (TT Time) set.

In Thursday’s letter of suspension signed by FIFA’s general secretary Fatma Samoura read in part:

“We inform you that, based on the decision taken by the Bureau of the FIFA Council on 24 September 2020, the T&T Football Association (TTFA) has been suspended with immediate effect and until further notice, in accordance with article 16 of the FIFA statutes.

The decision was as a result after the TTFA failed to meet Wednesday’s 3 pm deadline which set by FIFA on September 18, for the United TTFA team to withdraw their legal matter from the T&T High court.

However, the embattled Wallace and team withdrawal application was made and stamped at 15:23.57 (3:23 pm) on Wednesday which was after the deadline of 15:00 AST (21:00 CET) time as outlined in the FIFA letter.

Guardian Media Sports understands that while the group’s legal team filed an eight-page notice of the application to withdraw the case, in an attempt to beat FIFA’s revised ultimatum, the matter will not be actually be withdrawn until the application is dealt with by Justice Carol Gobin, who is presiding over the case. The matter is still awaiting a hearing date.

Following FIFA's decision Hadad wrote:

"Following today’s (Thursday) decision by FIFA to suspend the TTFA I want to reach out to the football family in Trinidad and Tobago;

These are extremely challenging times for everyone with the current pandemic, and my thoughts are with those impacted in our communities.

Unfortunately, the TTFA again finds itself in a very negative situation. The Normalisation Committee made every effort to prevent this suspension.

On several occasions, we managed to have deadlines extended, and we appealed to the few individuals from the previous regime to drop their legal action and do the right thing. Unfortunately, those few individuals have put their own interests before the TTFA’s. They knew very well this approach would have serious consequences for football in our country and yet they still pressed ahead with their own agenda. Their actions have had no regard for the coaches, the players and the fans in our country. Like the vast majority of stakeholders in our game, I am tired of the legal wrangling, the disputes and the constant focus on off-field problems in our football. The FIFA appointed Normalization Committee is the only way forward; it still the only recognized body by FIFA and the football family needs to work with us so we can put everything into getting this suspension lifted.it is incumbent on us to come together and fix the TTFA for the good of future generations."

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« Reply #112 on: November 09, 2020, 09:41:59 AM »
WoLF head ready to push for equality
By Narissa Fraser (T&T Newsday)


SAYING that women’s football in this country has been treated like “the bastard child of the TTFA” (T&T Football Association), former women’s national team manager Kenrick Hoyte says there must be a push for greater equality in local football.

Hoyte is the interim president of the TT Women’s League Football (WoLF) after replacing Susan Joseph-Warrick who resigned from the position on September 25.

Hoyte was WoLF first vice-president under Warrick, who replaced Sharon O’Brien as president after the organisation’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on April 25, 2019.

Speaking with Newsday on Sunday afternoon, he said while the talent is “certainly there,” the resources for women’s football are significantly less than that for men.

“So now, we have to try to get the women to a level where – just like the men’s team – they have adequate sponsorship, government funding, that kind of thing, and a proper executive to run women’s football so there is consistency. We need a proper board structure.”

In 2014, the senior women’s national team was denied a spot in the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup after a late goal by Ecuador. TT needed only one point to advance.

Hoyte said it seems that after that, “everything just stopped right there - no funding, no nothing. It just went right back (to the same thing).”

He added, “We need funding to have matches off World Cup season. You can’t just have players playing football for World Cup qualifiers if you really want to qualify.

“If you don’t keep them at that level and keep them occupied, you would expect too much - and we are not giving them much to work with. They have the ability but what are we doing for them?”

He said the disparity between the prize money for men’s competitions as opposed to women’s competitions is also troubling.

“We have to push for equality. It’s exactly that. Isn’t the price to go on a flight to play a match in another country the same for a woman and a man? How can we encourage these players when there is this lack of support?” Asked if he sees his new responsibilities as a challenge, he said, “If there’s no challenge, what are we in this for then?”

He said he is hoping FIFA lifts its suspension of the TTFA soon so “the girls can get to play again and get to play in the qualifiers next year.” No official date has been set for this year’s AGM yet, at which a new, official executive will be elected.
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WoLF head 'extremely happy' as FIFA suspension lifted
« Reply #113 on: November 20, 2020, 05:27:12 PM »
WoLF head 'extremely happy' as FIFA suspension lifted
By Narissa Fraser (T&T Newsday)


INTERIM president of the T&T Women’s League Football (WoLF) Kenrick Hoyte says he is "extremely happy" FIFA has lifted its suspension of the T&T Football Association (TTFA). Now, he said, plans can soon be underway for training to resume ahead of the qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup in India, and the Under-20 edition in Costa Rica.

FIFA announced the lifting of the suspension in a media release on Thursday. The TTFA was banned on September 24 as its ousted executive refused to drop ongoing court matters against the world-governing body of football.

Hoyte, also a former women’s national team manager, said the women's teams last trained before the covid19 pandemic reached T&T.

"Remember, we didn't have any league this year. So they really need to get themselves back into preparatory mode.

"Now that the news (of the lifting) came out, we are in contact with the other groups in the TTFA and we are going to start liaising with the coaches of the national teams to start getting them back out to training."

He said the WoLF executive will officially meet next Wednesday to discuss the way forward.

"So yes, we are back on track now and the girls will be happy. We already have our season carded to start in March of next year and we are now doing the calendar events. So now that we have that sorted out, we will get the 2021 calendar from FIFA so we can start planning."
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Ascension signs $200,000 agreement with Women's Football.
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian).


This year's Women's Football League (WoLF) will be called the TT WoLF Ascension League, following the confirmation of a $200,000 sponsorship deal from Ascension League owner Richard Ferguson on Saturday during a virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The agreement confirms the widening interest in women's football in the country by football's world governing body FIFA, the Robert Hadad-led Normalisation Committee, women's football membership and now corporate T&T.

Christine Rose, the treasurer of WoLF told Guardian Media Sports on Sunday that the sponsorship will ensure a 100-per cent increase in this year's prize structure, and it will also help to off-set expenses for team travel, refreshment for teams during training and matches, and for fees for referees and other officials.

Only recently Hadad said he was told by the FIFA, to place more emphasis on women's football. The NC acted by summoning the women's football director Jinelle James to a meeting to start charting a road forward for the sport.

Since that, an invitation went out to fill the position of women's senior team coach which has so far attracted over 100 application from local and foreign coaches.

The women's football executive of Women's League Football (WoLF) is set to meet with James and the members of the normalisation committee soon to decide on the way forward for the sport.

However, it is unsure when there will be competition due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. "At this point in time, we are adhering to the COVID-19 protocols. The amount of cases in T&T has been on the rise and therefore we just have to wait on when the Ministry of Health gives the go-ahead," Rose explained.

She dismissed claims that other sports have been submitting creative initiatives to ensure that there is action this year and they can do the same, saying the real issue is that football is a contact sport and players are at a higher risk of contracting the virus.

Due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, Rose said no decision has been made on a tentative starting date for the League, neither was there any consideration on a structure for the women's tournament, noting: "We are not sure if when we get the opportunity to play if we will run two divisions or one."

The Queen's Park player noted that (WoLF) was able to finally clear a debt that affected women's football since 2018, courtesy donations from corporate T&T last year.

The league will feature two divisions and there would be one round of games with the following Super League teams - Club Sando, St Augustine FC, Trincity, Nationals, QPCC, Police FC, Defense Force, UTT, Jewels FC and Tobago Chicas FC.

The fits division will comprise - St Augustine Juniors, Central Women, Malvern, Diego Martin, UWI, Kamillionare and Legion

Keiron Edwards, the tournament director of the Ascension Football League said: "This partnership with TTWolf will send a strong message that the women in football are not to be treated differently to their male counterparts. The data collected from the previous World Cup has shown that there has been a high attendance and viewership around the world. Because we know that women's football is just as important as men's football, we at Ascension through this partnership hope that we can help build a strong platform that can encourage young women to look at football as a meaningful career in the near future."

Meanwhile, at Saturday's AGM the clubs all accepted the 2019 audited financials that were presented to the membership. The election of officers that was scheduled for December will now take place in March. The term of office is two years.

Susan Joseph-Warrick, who was elected in April 2019 at WoLF president and then as the second vice president of the TTFA in November, resigned as president of WoLF and the TTFA, after FIFA suspended T&T from all forms of football for failing to comply with an order to withdraw all legal matters in the T&T courts which resulted from FIFA's decision to remove the TTFA executive led by William Wallace on March 17, 2020.

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« Reply #115 on: May 31, 2021, 11:31:46 AM »
WoLF coaches upset over assistant coaches' selection.
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian).


There are rising concerns by coaches of teams in the Women's Football League (WoLF) that a fair chance was not given to them to apply for the assistant coaching positions of the country's women's national team.

WoLF interim president Kenrick Hoyte said he intends to ask questions about the selection process soon, once he gets answers to their concerns.

Following the appointment of Welshman James Thomas as the senior women's coach in April, the local coaches were sharpening up their chops for an assistant coaching position, as it was communicated that the assistant positions would have been from among the local coaches.

As far as Hoyte is concerned, WoLF coaches must have been considered for the positions as it is their players that make up the national teams.

Hoyte said he has been bombarded by calls from coaches from his League (WoLF), to find out why they were not even given an opportunity to apply for a job, and instead were totally overlooked.

"We have coaches from teams in the League attending coaching courses and now feel they are doing them in vain. If they are selecting coaches then they must have some kind of transparency in the process and at least extend invitations to all coaches, or at least inform the coaches of the appointments," Hoyte explained.

"We did not even know that the assistant coaches were chosen, we just heard it by the way," he added.

Guardian Media Sports was told that Richard Hood, the man who took the country's Under-20 women's team to the quarterfinal of the CONCACAF Women's Championship in the Dominican Republic in 2020, was appointed in one of the two assistant coaching positions.

The other is Dernelle Mascall, a former national player who has, like many before her, joined the family of coaches. Kelvin Jack is the goalkeeper coach for the team.

On Sunday, Hood confirmed his appointment as an assistant coach and appeared surprised to learn about the concerns that were raised.

Director of Women's football Jinelle James could not be contacted for comment as calls to her phone went unanswered.

Hoyte told Guardian Media Sports further that as far as he is concerned, all the coaches from the WoLF should have at least been given the opportunity to apply for the job, saying it doesn't matter if they were not chosen but they should have been given a chance.

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« Reply #116 on: May 31, 2021, 06:42:53 PM »
WoLF coaches upset over assistant coaches' selection.
By Walter Alibey (T&T Guardian).


There are rising concerns by coaches of teams in the Women's Football League (WoLF) that a fair chance was not given to them to apply for the assistant coaching positions of the country's women's national team.

WoLF interim president Kenrick Hoyte said he intends to ask questions about the selection process soon, once he gets answers to their concerns.

Following the appointment of Welshman James Thomas as the senior women's coach in April, the local coaches were sharpening up their chops for an assistant coaching position, as it was communicated that the assistant positions would have been from among the local coaches.

As far as Hoyte is concerned, WoLF coaches must have been considered for the positions as it is their players that make up the national teams.

Hoyte said he has been bombarded by calls from coaches from his League (WoLF), to find out why they were not even given an opportunity to apply for a job, and instead were totally overlooked.

[b"We have coaches from teams in the League attending coaching courses and now feel they are doing them in vain. If they are selecting coaches then they must have some kind of transparency in the process and at least extend invitations to all coaches, or at least inform the coaches of the appointments," Hoyte explained.[/b]

"We did not even know that the assistant coaches were chosen, we just heard it by the way," he added.

Guardian Media Sports was told that Richard Hood, the man who took the country's Under-20 women's team to the quarterfinal of the CONCACAF Women's Championship in the Dominican Republic in 2020, was appointed in one of the two assistant coaching positions.

The other is Dernelle Mascall, a former national player who has, like many before her, joined the family of coaches. Kelvin Jack is the goalkeeper coach for the team.

On Sunday, Hood confirmed his appointment as an assistant coach and appeared surprised to learn about the concerns that were raised.

Director of Women's football Jinelle James could not be contacted for comment as calls to her phone went unanswered.

Hoyte told Guardian Media Sports further that as far as he is concerned, all the coaches from the WoLF should have at least been given the opportunity to apply for the job, saying it doesn't matter if they were not chosen but they should have been given a chance.



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« Reply #117 on: September 28, 2021, 01:06:24 AM »
Ex-T&T Women’s League Football official Jamiliya Muhammad passes away.
By Joel Bailey (T&T Newsday).


JAMILYA Muhammad, former general secretary of the TT WoLF (Trinidad and Tobago Women’s League Football), died on Monday morning, after ailing for some time.

According to a post on its Facebook page, the TT Football Association (TTFA) wrote, “Jamilya will be greatly missed but her warmth, kindness and gentle spirit will be remembered forever.”

The TT WoLF, also on its Facebook page, mentioned, “She worked countless hours and made many contributions to football throughout TT, and was instrumental in moving TT WoLF forward in numerous ways.”

This news has come at a tough time for the TT WoLF fraternity, as former secretary Claire George died of cancer in March, while former president Susan Joseph-Warrick suffered a stroke in April.

Muhammad, who graduated with a diploma in sports management from the UWI/FIFA/CIES programme, was a member of the TT Fire Service. She also served as a TTFA volunteer and a member of the Chips Sports and Cultural Club and Royalty Basketball Academy.

Former TT WoLF president Sharon O’Brien said on Monday, “Jamilya was like a sister to me. We played netball together and then were involved in football together. She was the general secretary when I was the president. It’s a great loss to the community, as a sister and a friend.”

Asked what memory of Muhammad stood out for her, O’Brien replied, “Her steadfast, strong personality. Her drive towards excellence, she was always a stickler for that. She was a person that, when you see her doing something, she wanted it at (its) best. That is how she was always.

“When we were liming, (she was) fun to be around. She always had a serious face, but it doesn’t tell of her demeanour.”

Joel Warrick, speaking on behalf of his wife Sharon, mentioned, “Jamilya, Mrs Warrick and Claire (George) were the heavyweights in the women's football. Claire would do the day-to-day running of the fixtures etcetera. Jamilya and Mrs Warrick would be doing all the behind-the-scenes things with sponsors, all the (business with the) TTFA.

“Mrs Warrick has been in contact with her, up till about two or three days ago. She was sounding in good spirits but, whatever ailment she had, it was like the writing was on the wall. She was hanging on.

“We're sorry that she had to go so soon,” he added. “Mrs Warrick was in tears when I told her. They were really close.”

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« Reply #118 on: September 28, 2021, 06:03:21 PM »
Football lost one of its young dynamic administrators this week in the person of Jamiyla Muhammad. We salute the former General Secretary for Women’s Football and TTFA Board member.

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Firefighter Muhammad gets military send off
« Reply #119 on: October 02, 2021, 08:56:00 AM »
Firefighter Muhammad gets military send off
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Firefighter #3618 Jamiyla Atiya Muchammad was given a full military send off yesterday following a church service at the St Francis of Assisi Church in Belmont on Friday. Father Thomas Lawson officiated at the service.

She was laid to rest at the Tunapuna Public Cemetery. A 14-year veteran of the T&T Fire Service, firefighter Muhammad, who passed away on Monday after a battle with cancer, was a serving Member of the Central Executive Committee of the association representing the Morvant Fire Station for several years with the organisation’s Second Division.

Leading the celebrations of Muhammad’s life was Chief Fire Officer (CFO) Arnold Bristo and his men who wore full Firefighter dress uniform (Tunic) together, with acting Divisional Fire Officer Rohan Singh.

Muhammad’s daughter, Atiyyah George, gave the eulogy which was followed by tributes by Sharon O’Brien, who represented both the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and the T&T Women’s League of Football (WoLF).

Other tributes came from her netball team Chips, her basketball club Brian Chase Academy and the Fire Services Second Division president Leo Ramkissoon.

Muhammad, 38, was attached to the Morvant Fire Station. She was also a former player of both netball and basketball, and served as the general secretary of WolF up the the time of her passing and serviced as a TTFA board member. She is a former Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-20 Team manager in 2015.

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