Arnett Gardens crush Northern Queens in women's league

Arnett Gardens crush Northern Queens in women's league

...Waterhouse defeat Real Mobay

Friday, November 15, 2019

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Shenika Williams led Arnett Gardens FC with a four-timer as they crushed Northern Queens FC 9-0 in the 2019 Jamaica Football Federation (JFF)/Lascelles Employees and Partners Co-operative Credit Union Women's Premier League encounter at Ewarton Sports Complex last Saturday.

Williams scored in the sixth, 23rd, 57th, and 82 minutes. The other goals came from Brittany McGrath (second minute), Taunashae Hamilton (31st), Shakira Douglas (34th), Kadian Edwards (65th), and Tamara O'Sullivan in the 76th minute.

The win for the Tamara Williams-coached Arnett aggregation carried them to 25 points, two fewer than Cavalier FC, who finished at the top of the table in Zone B. UWI Women's FC have 17 points.

Defending champions Waterhouse FC came out 4-0 winners over Real Mobay FC at Urban Development Corporation (UDC) playing field in Montego Bay.

The goal scorers for Waterhouse were national representative Shantel Bailey (67th and 78th minutes), Latoya Duhaney, in the 30th minute, and an own goal by in the 82nd minute.

Trelawny Women's FC were awarded points over Royal Lakes FC, who failed to report for Zone A encounter at the Elleston Wakeland Centre.

The quarter-finals are scheduled to be played tomorrow.

Defending champions Waterhouse will play Frazsiers Whip; Olympic Gardens take on UWI Women's; Cavalier face Real Mona; and Arnett tackle Real Mobay.

— Gerald Reid

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