GFF Women’s League Division One, Round Two: GDF FC extend lead to 6 points

– after victory over Potaro Strikers

As the season winds down, the Guyana Defence Force Football Club have asserted their dominance atop the Women’s League Division One Round Two standings by a six-point lead culled from a 9-0 win over Potaro Strikers FC.
In the May 11 matchup, played at Rivers View Ground in the Potaro, the Georgetown side overpowered Potaro Strikers with their relentless attacking strategy. Pacesetter Glendy Lewis found the net in the 4th minute, and added two more stunning goals in the 7th and 35th minutes as the army squad continued to push hard, breaking through the home team’s defences.

The GDF Women’s outfit prior to their victory over Potaro Strikers last weekend

Jalade Trim scored twice in quick succession, in the 8th and 21st minutes; while Shenessa Cornelius added another goal in the 31st minute to bring the GDF tally to six by halftime.
In the second half, Cornelius extended her tally with another goal in the 70th minute. Then Sandra Johnson struck in the 80th minute and Glendy Lewis did likewise in the 85th minute to secure a comprehensive 9-0 victory for Guyana’s premier women’s club.
Guyana Defence Force now have twenty-seven points from nine consecutive wins. The Guyana Police Force are in second place with twenty-one points tallied from seven wins and two losses. Fruta Conquerors FC hold on to third position with thirteen points earned from four wins, one draw, and four losses.
Potaro Strikers FC remain in fourth place with five points, comprising one win, two draws, and five defeats.
At the bottom of the table, the Parkuri Jaguars FC sit in fifth place with one win, one draw, and six losses to their name.