CARMONA -- PFF Women's League action resumed last Sunday in San Lazaro as UST posted another rout to take the top spot in the table, with OutKast being the other winner in a close contest.
The alumni outfit of Jo Loren eked out a close win over Let Dimzon's FEU 2-0, with strikes at both halves give them their second successive triumph.
Lindsay Whaley felt more better at the early morning kick-off, scoring their first just nine minutes each, before Marianne Narciso sealed their three points after being picked out by Etang Ladero in the 73rd minute.#PFFWL2018 FEU 0-2 @fc_outkast— PFF Women's League 2018 (@PFF_WLeague) September 2, 2018
Lindsay Whaley and Marianne Narciso were on target as OutKast FC defeated FEU, 2-0, in today’s first match of the PFF Women’s League 2018.#PFFWomensLeague2018 pic.twitter.com/ntJHU4yhbk
Aging Rubio's Tigresses continued to growl with another rout, this time La Salle Zobel are their victims after firing for a dozen over the hapless Jr. Lady Archers, just four shy of La Salle's record win from last season.
Shelah Cadag was responsible for two-thirds of that, which saw them grab the number one spot after week two on goal difference, with her 13-minute hat-trick to start the match virtually gave them all three points on a silver platter.#PFFWL2018 DLSZ 0-12 @UST_WFT @ShelahCadag caught🔥 leading UST with EIGHT goals in their 12-0 rout of DLSZ in today’s second match. #PFFWomensLeague2018 pic.twitter.com/JacaqPHnax— PFF Women's League 2018 (@PFF_WLeague) September 2, 2018
Rachelle Hope Sanchez backed up Cadag by bagging a brace for UST, in which Ronaly Lagata and Nina Yanto found the net once each to complete the thrashing.
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