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TT women humble Barbados

By KEVIN SUNICH Sunday, November 18 2012

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THE Calypso stickwomen outplayed Barbados 7-0 in their final match of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) World League at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua, yesterday. The host which claimed their third win in five matches, dominated the encounter for most parts with Captain Alana Lewis leading from in front with a double.

Local star player Blair Wynne who started shaky with a couple of bad passes, gave TT the lead from a field goal in the 5th minute.

Jesenia Luces went just wide of the target in the 11th minute after the ball rebounded from the Bajan goal keeper Shontelle Sargeant. She got another opportunity two minutes later but her shot went in the same direction as her first shot.

Wynne who registered six goals in the tournament was denied by the keeper from TTs second penalty corner in the 21st minute. However, the locals got a third straight penalty corner and Lewis made no mistake firing home in the 22nd to increase the lead to 2-0. The score remained unchanged by the half despite the home team getting a number of other chances. TT picked up from where they left off in the first controlling play and they were rewarded Dana-Lee De Gannes made it 3-0 from a field goal nine minutes into the period.

Krizia Layne then made it 4-0 in the 54th minute tapping into an empty goal after the keeper was beaten from a square pass.

It soon became 5-0 as Arielle Williams got into the action with the softest of penalty corners as the ball rolled past the keeper and the defenders and into the back of the net in the 61st minute. TT were then awarded a penalty stroke for a foul on Arielle De Quesnay.

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