Fruta Conquerors crowned NAWF champs

Fruta Conquerors-A were crowned the National Association for Women’s Football (NAWF) champions, edging Striking Dolls of Bartica 2-0 yesterday at the Tucville Community ground.

GFF President Wayne Forde in the presence of Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Valerie Garrido-Lowe hands over the championship trophy to the victorious Fruta Conquerors-A side following the conclusion of the NAWF women’s Championships yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)
GFF President Wayne Forde in the presence of Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Valerie Garrido-Lowe hands over the championship trophy to the victorious Fruta Conquerors-A side following the conclusion of the NAWF women’s Championships yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)
University of Guyana Challus McLennon handing over the Football Uniforms to Piaomak Warriors team in the presence of Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Valerie Garrido-Lowe following the conclusion of the NAWF women’s Championships yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)
University of Guyana Challus McLennon handing over the Football Uniforms to Piaomak Warriors team in the presence of Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples Valerie Garrido-Lowe following the conclusion of the NAWF women’s Championships yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)

Shenell Daniels ensured the home side claimed the victory with a double in 12th and 13th minutes. With the win, Fruta Conquerors-A collected the championship trophy while the Striking Dolls collected the runners-up accolade.

In the third place playoff, Fruta Conquerors-B defeated Piaomak Warriors of Annai 2-0 on penalty kicks after normal time ended score less.

Due to the result, Fruta Conquerors-B received the respective trophy while the losers collected the fourth place accolade. Meanwhile in the earlier semi-final round, Fruta Conquerors-A edged Fruta Conquerors-B 1-0 via a Kendra Thomas ninth strike.

In the second semi-final, Striking Dolls edged Piaomak Warriors of Annai 3-1 on penalty kicks after normal time ended scoreless. On another note, the University of Guyana donated Football Kits to the Piaomak Warriors.

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