Two-way tie for Division A, B lead


MY Pros’ Mel Borja dribbles during their Division B game against Kanoa in the 2017 Dove Women’s Fall League last Monday at the TSL Sports Complex. (Roselyn B. Monroyo)

The race for the championship in the Divisions A and B of the 2017 Dove Women’s Fall League has become interesting as there are ties for the lead in both categories after this week’s matches at the TSL Sports Complex.

In Division A, Kanoa Football Club-2 and Paire are in a deadlock after holding similar 4-0-0 win-draw-loss records. Kanoa-2 notched its fourth win last Monday after nosing out Shirley’s Football Club, 3-2. Krizel Tuazon, Irish Pagarao, and Britany Wally scored for Kanoa-2, while Shirley’s drew its goals from Mia Carreon and Samantha Maniacop. Shirley’s is at the bottom of the team standings of the five-squad field with its dismal 0-0-5 record.

Paire joined Kanoa-1 on top of the leaderboard following a 9-2 triumph over Kanoa-1 last Wednesday. Paire now has 28 goals, just three behind Kanoa-2, while the former has given up the least goals (six) so far this season and the latter has yielded seven.

In Division B, Paire and Shirley’s are in a standoff for the No. 1 spot.

The co-leaders engaged in a 2-2 draw last Monday and now have identical 4-1-1 slates. Shirley’s earned its fourth win last Wednesday after edging Kanoa, 3-1.

Against Paire, Shirley’s got its goals from Keisha Deleon Guerrero and Marilou Arriola. Paire, on the other hand, drew its pair of goals from Aaliyah Indalecio.

Though tied in win-draw-loss records, Paire has the most goals so far with 17, while Shirley’s has 10.

In other results, MY Pros drew Kanoa, 1-1. Samantha Babauta scored the equalizer for MY Pros in the 26th minute or just a few seconds after Marinel Falalimpa hit the board for Kanoa. MY Pros holds a 2-1-3 mark and has earned 10 goals, while Kanoa is winless with one draw and five losses..

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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