Protecting champions Waterhouse will get started the defence in their JFF Girls’s Premier League name towards Olympic Gardens this afternoon in the second one recreation of a double header on the Drewsland Stadium at four p.m.
Whip Even though Waterhouse trainer Xavier Gilbert says they don’t seem to be as sturdy as ultimate season, and he hopes that they’re going to be excellent sufficient to retain the name.
“We play Olympic in our first recreation and we’re for sure having a look to begin with a win,” he stated. “That’s the crew we performed within the semi-final, and they’re going to be in search of some type of revenge, however we can be doing the whole thing to make certain that we pop out on best.
“It (repeating) goes to be very tricky as we now have misplaced a couple of gamers to scholarships, and we now have misplaced gamers to different golf equipment, so we can now not be as sturdy as ultimate 12 months, however we now have the considered necessary people to get the activity accomplished.
“However groups like Arnett Gardens and Cavalier would have were given more potent, so we think a stern take a look at from them. Preparation has now not long gone as how we might have appreciated, however they simply have to head out and do their best possible, and we simply hope it’s excellent sufficient to protect the name.”
Twelve groups will compete on this season’s pageant, which is supported financially via Lascelles Staff Credit score Union and FIFA price range. Two new golf equipment, Actual Mona and Northern Queens, have joined the contest, whilst UWI will make a go back. The league is scheduled to finish in November.