In a display of sheer dominance, Wolues FC trampled over Positive FC with a staggering 14-0 victory, propelling themselves to the cusp of their maiden National League championship.

The win marked their eighth consecutive triumph, taking them closer to clinching their first-ever league title once they secure a win or a draw against Islanders FC this coming Sunday. Should Wolues lose to Islanders, they still have a shot at history once securing a victory against One Love FC in the following fixture.

The match held on Saturday, May 4 at East End / Long Look, witnessed Wolues FC’s relentless offensive onslaught, orchestrated by a stellar performance from their dynamic lineup. Led by skipper Phil Nelson, Wolues orchestrated a symphony of goals, with Kieran Brown securing a hat trick alongside braces from the league’s top scorer, Hugo Costa Liziario, Marcus Robinson, Chavaughn Williams, Alexander Edwards, and contributions from Leo Forte and Noel Maxwell, coupled with an own goal.

Reflecting on their commanding performance, Nelson lauded his team’s strategic approach, emphasizing their commitment to expansive, attacking football.

“We played high and wide, spreading the field as much as possible…It was a comfortable win as shown in the scoreline,” Nelson stated.

Meanwhile, defending champions One Love FC showcased their resilience, edging past Sugar Boys in a hard-fought encounter, keeping their hopes alive for a spot in the coveted Presidents Cup. Javon Carty, Coach of One Love, expressed optimism about their prospects, emphasizing the team’s focus on securing a top-four finish.

In another showdown, VG United asserted their dominance with a resounding 5-0 victory against Panthers FC, solidifying their grip on third place in the standings. Manager Jermain Abrams commended his team’s mental fortitude, highlighting their determination to finish the season on a high note.

Switching gears to the Women’s National League play-off semifinals, Wolues FC booked their ticket to the final with a narrow victory over VG United, courtesy of Eva Carey’s decisive goal. Their opponents in the final, Avengers FC, showcased their attacking strength, trouncing Positive FC 6-0, fueled by a Keithrece Smith hat trick.

As the anticipation builds for the final showdown on May 19, both teams are brimming with confidence. Avengers FC captain Makeda Fahie acknowledged the challenges ahead but expressed pride in her team’s performance, setting the stage for a thrilling finale.

The men’s games this weekend will be played at the Greenland Football Field, with One Love FC versus Old Madrid FC at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, while Sunday’s games will feature Wolues up against Islanders FC at 6:00 p.m., followed by Rebels FC taking on VG united at 8:30 p.m.

The lone game on Wednesday will see Lion Heat FC battling against One Love FC at 7:00 p.m.