Paire, Shirley’s still unbeaten in Dove women’s league


Paire Football Club and Shirley’s FC are still perfect in the 2017 Dove Women’s Spring League following their respective wins last Sunday at the Chacha Oceanview Middle School Field.

Paire is unbeaten in six games and holds a 5-1-0 win-draw-loss record after shutting down MP United-TanHoldings in their Division A match, 7-0. Jeraldine Castillo, Guinevere Borja, and Angel Sally scored two goals apiece in Paire’s easy victory. Krizel Tuazon contributed one goal in the team’s domination of MP United-TanHoldings.

Sally and Castillo made all their goals in the first half, with the former hitting the board in the 14 th and 20th minute and the latter having back-to-back goals in the 21st and 23rd. Borja also earned two straight goals knocking in her first in the 43rd and the last in the 48th, while Tuazon scored earlier in the 17th minute.

With the victory, Paire kept its distance against Kanoa, which improved to a 3-0-2 mark following a 3-2 triumph over Shirley’s. Mary Kay Alferos drilled all three goals for Kanoa, starting her streak in the sixth minute and making her last two goals in the 32nd and 57th. Marielle Gariguez posted the lone goal for Shirley’s, which is at the bottom of the team standings with its 0-2-4 mark. MPU-TanHoldings is at third place with its 1-1-3 slate.

In Division B, Shirley’s is on top with its 4-0-0 card after a nosing out Kagman last weekend, 1-0.

Nicole Loste logged the only goal for Shirley’s, which is two wins ahead of MP United (2-1-0) and Kagman (2-0-2).

MP United remains a threat to Shirley’s after beating Kanoa, 5-1.

Misaki Suemasu canned a pair of goals for MPU, while Julia Ishikawa, Kye Tamm, and Maaya Sato contributed one apiece. Christine Beceril made the only goal for Kanoa (0-1-4).

Idle Paire completes the Division B field and holds a 0-2-2 record.

Meanwhile, three games were played in the Masters division with TanHoldings dueling MP United-2 in the opener and Matansa-Kanoa and MP United-1-Topnotch scheduled to play in the last two matches. Results of the games are not recorded as matches are non-competitive ones.

Roselyn Monroyo | Reporter
Roselyn Monroyo is the sports reporter of Saipan Tribune. She has been covering sports competitions for more than two decades. She is a basketball fan and learned to write baseball and football stories when she came to Saipan in 2005.

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