Southern United routs Kanoa


Southern United Football Club’s Keisha Deleon Guerrero, right, takes a shot during the second half of their Division B game against Kanoa Football Club in the 2019 Dove Women’s Fall League last Friday at the TSL Sports Complex. (Roselyn B. Monroyo)

Southern United Football Club proved to be too much for Kanoa after cruising to an 11-0 win in their Division B game in the 2019 Dove Women’s Fall League last Friday at the TSL Sports Complex.

Keisha Deleon Guerrero towed Southern United to the easy victory after making five goals. Nathanette Blas added three, while Erin Frink and Haidee Manibusan chipped in two and one, respectively.

In the other Division B match last weekend, TanHoldings topped Shirley’s, 5-1.

Audrey Castro and Julie Ann Capayas delivered two goals apiece for TanHoldings, which drew one from Rizza Relucio. Jhaz Mirano tallied the lone goal for Shirley’s.

TanHoldings 5, Paire 0

TanHoldings routed Paire in the curtain-raise in the division.

Four different players scored for TanHoldings with Mary Joy Aniana drilling a pair and Katrina Costales, Kaithlyn Chavez, and Jenny Capayas contributing one apiece.

Matansa 5, Kanoa 5
The other match in the division ended in a draw.

Jannah Casarino posted two goals for Paire, including the equalizer in the 38th minute. Julliane Hall and Lilian Podziewski recorded the two other goals for Matansa, which had an own goal in the second half.

Paulynn Joyce registered a hat trick for Kanoa, while Irish Pagarao scored two goals.

Matansa 6, TanHoldings

Matansa crushed TanHoldings in the second game in the masters division last Sunday.

Ivann Gozum fired four goals for Matansa, while Bunruang Brasuell and Wasana Gregory chipped in one each.

Paire 9, Kanoa 4
Paire defeated Kanoa in the curtain-raiser in the division.

Linday Davis and Heather Taylor made two goals each for Paire, while Patricia Coleman, Tanuja Edvalson, Robyn Spaeth, Rhonda Gross, and Kimberly Ada contributed one apiece.

Manami Manglona logged all the goals for Kanoa.

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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