IT WAS a show of strength, skill, precision and confidence that saw Trincity Nationals cruise past Club Sando 3-0 in Trinidad and Tobago’s Women’s League Football (WoLF) Super League action at the Eddie Hart Ground, Tacarigua on Saturday.
Trincity Nationals, who dominated proceedings in the first half, came close on numerous occasions.
The breakthrough came in the 24th minute, as striker Dennelia Prince expertly finishing home from a wonderful assist by midfielder Shanelle Warrick, which split the Club Sando’s defence.
Nationals came close again in the 30th, with Warrick showcasing some silky skills in the midfield, beating two Club Sando’s defenders before seeing her shot hit the uprights.
Three minutes into the second half, Prince confidently dispatched another item after a goalkeeping blunder.
Club Sando had a few chances coming from the wings but they were not enough to halt the determined opposition as they threatened again with arguably the most impressive player on the field in Warrick.
The final goal of the game came in the 90th minute through second half substitute Lee Ann Kirby who used her strength to bulldoze her way through the defence before beating the keeper with the in-step of her right foot.
In other games on Saturday, Real Dimension continued their undefeated journey at Morvant Recration Ground when they nudged a 2-1 victory over Mic-It St Ann’s Rangers to stay afloat on top the standings.
St Augustine FC also continued their winning ways after a slim 1-0 victory over Queen’s Park at the St Mary’s College Ground, St Clair.
On Sunday, in First Division action, St Augustine Juniors defeated Sweaters Women 2-0 at Constantine Park, Macoya while Malvern were victorious over Defence Force.