ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Lady SAP have taken command of the Senior Division in the Antigua & Barbuda Football Association (ABFA) Cool & Smooth Women’s Football League following a second straight victory in the competition over the weekend.
SAP recorded a 2-0 victory over Jennings Challengers when they met in the opening contest of a double-header at Radio Range Paying Field (RRPF) on Sunday as they jumped to six points after two matches and at the top of the eight-team standings.
Anilisa Tongue had both goals for Lady SAP as she netted in minutes 31 and 57, respectively.
Meanwhile, Bendals Eagles recorded their first victory after two matches with a 4-0 triumph over Police in Sunday’s feature contest.
There were single strikes from Madrisha Otto, Ishelle Nash, Whitney Pelle and Sacha Michael as they earned three valuable points in their quest for a profitable finish in the competition.
Bendals are now fourth in the standings, while Police occupy the cellar position without a point after losing both of their matches thus far.
In the Juniors Division, Lady Hoppers inflicted an 8-1 trouncing on CPTSA Wings when they met at RRPF as well.
There were hat-tricks from Kimesha Martin and Kadijah Proctor respectively, while Kanajah Warner and Josie Baker each had single strikes for the victory. Kadijah Morris scored the lone goal for Wings.
The victory puts Hoppers at the top of the standings with three points after the single showing, while Wings, after two matches, are on three points as well.
In the other Junior match-up, All Saints Lady Attackers edged Clare Hallites, 2-1. K Joseph and Shenice Phillip netted for All Saints, while Cornisha Mangal scored the lone goal for the losers.
All Saints earned their first three points, while Clare Hallites are yet to get off the mark.
The competition continues this week.