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Earth Angels FC grabs first win

By Naneka Hoffman

Earth Angels FC has defeated Shaitta Angels FC 3-0 to begin the second phase of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) Orange Women’s Division League.

Princess Nyanka’s one goal and Rebbeca Tarr’s brace were enough to give the Angles all three points at the George Weah Technical Center over the weekend.

2018/2019 Liberia Football Association Women’s Champions are struggling greatly this season after playing 10 League games, losing six, drawing three, and winning one.

The Angels currently sit second to bottom of the nine teams log with 6 points.

At Tusa Field, Soccer Ambassador FC also beat Blanco FC 5-0 to maintain 5th place with 13 points. 

A brace from Lewis Brown and each from Wonder Jure, Zinebu Sawarey and Marsue Forkaphand were enough to secure the win. 

Also at Tusa Field in Gardnersville, City Football Academy defeated Hippo FC 1-0 with Amanda Fahn’s lone goal to take the City Girls third place on the table with 19 points.

Defending Champions Determine  Girls FC maintained the top of the table as Paulino Abotsu and Bountou Sylla scored four each, and two goals each from Ruth Wesseh, Sylvia Pyne,  Marthaline  Moore, while Jennie Tisdell and Josephine Palipue scored one each.

Determined Girls FC have played 9 games  without a defeat since the start of this season.  

Determined Girls have collected 27 points from 9 games with a game in hand with Shaitta Angels FC.

And to climax the day at the Nancy B. Doe Stadium, Amb.  FC whipped World  Girls FC 3-0  to remain in second place in the LFA/Orange National Women’s League table with 27 points from 10 league games.

Meanwhile at SKD Practice Pitch, DC Shooters had 2 against 16 for Determined Girls FC. 

At George Weah Technical Center, Shaitta Angels FC had 0 while Earth Angels FC had 3.

Tusa Field Sports Pitch: 

Soccer Ambassador 5-0 Blanco FC 

Tusa Field Sports Pitch: 

City Football Academy 1- 0 Hippo FC 

Nancy B. Doe: 

Ambassador FC 3-0 World Girls FC 

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The New Dawn is Liberia’s Truly Independent Newspaper Published by the Searchlight Communications Inc. Office is located on The UN Drive in Monrovia Liberia. The New Dawn is a bilingual (both English & French).
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