St. John’s, Antigua – Week 4 action in the ABFA Women’s League saw Townhouse Megastore Ottos Tigress record their 3rd straight win by defeating Lady Sap 2 -0, Cool and Smooth Empire Star Girls beat John Hughes Sort Out 3 – 0, Lady Wadadli 5PS defeat Lady Bullets 3 – 1 and Lady Hoppers defeat Jennings Challengers 6 -0.
Lady Wadadli 5PS 3 – 1 Lady Bullets
Week four’s opening match saw Lady 5Ps defeat Lady Bullets 3 – 1. Lady bullets went ahead early in the first half from an own goal by a 5Ps defender. Lady 5Ps would pull one back in the 10 minute as Shawnisha Hector scored. The second half would see Denisha Wilson put 5Ps ahead in the 45 minute of play and Shawnisha Hector’s second of the day came in the 66th minute to end the match 3 – 1.
Lady Sap 0 – 2 Townhouse Megastore Ottos Tigress
Saturday’s feature match would see Tigress record their third win in a row. Under 20 national midfielder Britney Edwards would put Tigress ahead in the 1st minute of play, as a quick ball over the top caught Lady Sap’s defense off guard, as Edwards slotted home her first of the season. SAP would regroup and attack as veteran Akeilah Hillhouse would put in dangerous crosses for SAP’s forwards who failed to convert their chances.
Tigress would score right before the half as Georgetta Lewis buried her chance in the 34th minute after a mix up from SAP’s backline. The match would end 2 goals in favour of Townhouse Megastore Ottos Tigress who sit on the top of the league perfect on 9 points from 3 matches.
Cool and Smooth Empire Star Girls 3 – 0 John Hughes Sort Out
Sunday’s opener would see Empire Star Girls rebound with a 3 – 0 win over John Hughes Sort Out. Star Girls first goal would come from national defender Karen Warner in the 20th minute as the first half ended 1 – 0. Midfielder Nicola Stewart would make it 2 – 0 in favour of Star Girls in the 57th minute and Masadie Isaac made it 3 – 0 with her 60th minute strike.
Argos Cement Lady Hoppers 6 – 0 Jennings Challengers
Sunday’s feature match saw Lady Hoppers put 6 past Jennings Challengers in their first win of open play. After a scoreless first half Kadejah Proctor made it 1 – 0 in the 46th minute. Nikesha Gage and Trish-Anne Grant scored in the 53rd and 55th minute respectively. National Striker Sherry-Anne Bertrand opened her season account with a strike in the 58th minute making it 4 nil. Scoring was wrapped up by Jahirah James and Kanika Buckley in the 64th and 70 minute ending the match 6 – 0.