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Three matches were scheduled in the Saint Lucia Football Association Senior Women football competition on Wednesday 4th December 2019.

At the Marchand Grounds, Central Castries suffered their second consecutive massive defeat, going down to the combined team of Mabouya Valley / Dennery 27 – 0.

The half time score was 19 – 0. Following the resumption of the second half there was no letting up as Mabouya / Dennery team scored an additional eight goals.

They got their goals from Ketina Joseph with six in the 4th, 20th, 35th, 37th, 58th, and 63rd minute, Shaquette Charlery also with six in the 8th, 11th, 14th, 19th, 27th, and 55th minute, Hazia Pelage with a beaver trick in the 28th, 31st, 39th and 40th minute, hat tricks from Ellaisa Marquis in the 23rd, 25th, and 29th minute and Annia Vitalis in the 30th, 49th and 53rd minute.

There was one each from Earlvane Stanley in the 5th minute, Urisa Brandis in the 6th minute, Magrissa Sealy in the 68th minute and Keiany Aimable in the 71st minute.

Down at the Phillip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort the game between the combined team of Marchand Gros Islet got off to a late start as a result of the full compliment of match officials not being present on time.

However, in the end the combined team of Marchand / Gros Islet team emerged victorious 3 – 1. Ashantie Lawrence scored a brace with Frannie Wilkie scoring the other.

Kera Donelly scored a penalty on the brink of full time for Vieux Fort North.

Over at the Canaries Playing Field, Soufriere edged out the combined Anse La Raye, Roseau team 1 – 0 with a goal by Cynthia Esnard in the 5th minute of play.

One match will be played on Saturday 7th December at the SAB Playing Facility between Vieux Fort South and the National Under 15 team.

Matches continued in the SLFA’s Senior Women football team on Monday 2nd December with a series of matches.

At the Marchand Grounds, in Castries, the combined team of Marchand and Gros Islet showed no compassion to demolish Central Castries 21 – 0.

The half time score was 14 – 0. The onslaught continued in the second half with the combined team scoring an additional 7 goals for their emphatic win.

They got their goals with beaver tricks from Vanessa Jean in the 4th, 8th, 28th and 34th minute, Frannie Wilkie, in the 6th, 7th, 19th and 23rd minute, braces from Temeeka James in the 27th minute and 33rd minute, Melanie Richards in the 12th and 53rd minute, Ashantie Lawrence in the 1st 17th minute, and Mellissa Price in the 51st and 59th minute.

There was one each from Blossom Flerin in the 14th minute, Timeeka James in the 62nd minute and an own goal.

The carnage continued at the Marchand Grounds with the combined Dennery / Mabouya team defeating Soufriere 7 – 0.

There were hat tricks from Ketina Joseph in the 19th, 47th and 55th minute, Annia Vitalis in the 64th, 69th, and 85th minute wand the other by Ellaisa Marquis in the 15th minute.

At the Phillip Marcellin Grounds, in Vieux Fort, the matches played were very much less one sided and more competitive.

In the first game played, Anse La Raye / Roseau Combined edged out Vieux Fort North 2 – 1, with a brace by Trenice St. Croix. Kiana Simeon scored for Vieux Fort North.

St. Croix’s performance made a huge difference between the two side.

Vieux Fort South and Canaries, played to a goalless draw.

The competition continued with one game scheduled for Wednesday December, 4 at the Canaries Playing Field between Desruisseaux - Micoud Combined coming up against Canaries.

In another match played, last Saturday November, 30 at the SAB Playing Field; the National Under 15 team and the Anse La Raye / Roseau Combined team played to a goalless draw.

The points standing to date are as follows:

Canaries – 12 points

National Under 15 – 10 points

Vieux Fort South – 9 points

Soufriere – 7 points

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