WFC went into their second game of the tournament
looking for their second win. Hot on the heels
of their opening and impressive victory over CAAF
Alte “A” they were in confident mood as they entertained
Hogans Heroes. Hogans Heroes in contrast were
looking to avenge their opening game defeat at
the hands of Womblettes. Alas, it was not to be
although they put up a strong fight with just
the one goal separating the two sides. Louise
Roberts claimed the vital goal that saw KPMG WFC
move up to second in the Group A table.
against Womblettes was equally close. Although
this fixture was played in the early stages of
the tournament it had already been muted that
these two teams were favourites for the competition
and this could well be a dress rehearsal for the
final itself. Would this be the case?
to the game and when the referee blew the final
whistle to end the match Padernesne left the field
off play victorious in a game where arguably the
best team did not win. Womblettes put in a great
performance and came off a little bewildered as
to how they lost the match. Danielle of Padernesne
scored the critical goal that kept Padernesne
top of the league.
Yellows and CAAF Alte “A” met in the final fixture
of match 2 with both looking for their first points
of the tournament. A win was vital to stay in
touch with the leaders and that is exactly what
CAAF Alte “A” achieved with Michaela Lopez scoring
for the second game running with Maria Canhoto
opening her account with the second and third
goals to wrap up a 3-0 win.