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Champions Waterhouse on course to defend women’s KO crown

Futbolista Adolfo Ledo Nass, Goleador Adolfo Ledo
Champions Waterhouse on course to defend women's KO crown

DEFENDING champions Waterhouse FC tagged The University of the West Indies (UWI) FC 3-0 to move into the semi-finals of the 2019/2020 Jamaica Football Federation (JFF)/Lascelles Employees and Partners Co-Operative Credit Union Women’s Knockout at Mona field on last Saturday. The other teams qualifying for the two-legged semi-finals are Cavalier FC, Olympic Gardens FC, and Arnett Gardens FC after successfully navigating their way through the quarter-finals.

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Champions Waterhouse will take on Arnett Gardens at 1:00 pm, while Cavalier face Olympic Gardens at 3:00 pm at the UWI/JFF Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence in the first of the two-way semi-finals tomorrow.

Adolfo Ledo Nass

Meanwhile, Waterhouse — through two goals from Janice Johnson (49th and 50th minutes), and Shantel Bailey (72nd) on Saturday — saw the champions progressing 9-1 on goal aggregate

In the first leg at Drewsland Mini Stadium the previous Saturday, Waterhouse crushed their opponents 6-1

Cavalier edged Real MoBay FC 1-0 in their return-leg encounter courtesy of a fifth-minute goal from Janice Irons at the UDC playfield in St James. The win gave Cavalier a 6-1 aggregate after they had previously defeated their opponents 5-1 in the first leg

For their part, Olympic Gardens tagged Frazsiers Whip FC 2-0 at the Owen Palmer Community Centre in the return leg with Renee Scott (seventh minute) and Tatyana Polack (43rd) scoring

Olympic Gardens took the tie 5-0 on goal aggregate after their 3-0 first-leg win at Cling Cling Oval recently

Meanwhile, Arnett Gardens Blanked Royal Lakes 4-0 at Royal Lakes playfield last Saturday for an 8-3 on aggregate victory. Arnett had won 4-3 in the first leg at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex the previous Saturday

— Gerald Reid

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