Paire shows way in Dove women’s league


Paire Football Club proved who’s the boss in its 7-1 domination of the NMI U16 Developmental Team in the second game in Division A of the 2017 Dove Women’s Fall League last Wednesday at the TSL Sports Complex.

Guine Borja led Paire’s easy win over the NMI U16 Developmental Team after firing four goals. She made her first back-to-back shots in the 13th and 16th minute and did the same thing in the 23rd and 28th. Jeraldine Castillo knocked in the two other goals for Paire, which got an own goal from the NMI U16 Developmental Team’s error.

With the victory, Paire now has a 5-1-0 win-draw-loss record for a tie for the lead with Kanoa FC-2. Kanoa FC-1 also topped the NMI U16 Developmental Team last week, 6-4, but missed taking the solo top spot after settling for a scoreless draw against Paire last Tuesday.

Krizel Tuazon and Lalaine Pagarao towed Kanoa FC-2 to its fifth win after logging two goals apiece. Brittany Wally and Gillian VIllagomez contributed one goal each for Kanoa FC-2, while Leisha Sally, Therize Millare, Francesca Bucalig, and Katrina Costales were the scorers for the NMI U16 Developmental Team.

The NMI U16 Developmental Team is at the bottom of the team standings with its 1-0-5 slate, behind Kanoa FC-2 (2-0-4) and tied with Shirley’s (1-0-5).

Shirley’s broke into the win column last week after downing Kanoa FC-1, 4-2. Mia Carreon got a pair of goals to lift Shirley’s past Kanoa FC-1, while De Jana Muna and Diana Maniacop chipped in one each. Shairmaine Francisco and Princess Alcantara made the two goals for Kanoa FC-1.

Meanwhile, Paire is alone at the top spot in Division B with its 5-1-1 mark. Paire kept its distance against Shirley’s (4-2-1) after shutting down Kanoa last week, 2-0. Patricia Coleman and Princess Pasion scored the two goals for Paire.

In the other Division B game last week, MY Pros drew Shirley’s, 1-1. Natalie Hill made the equalizer for MY Pros late in the first half, while Keisha Deleon Guerrero tallied the lone goal for Shirley’s.

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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