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NSC girls defeat UWI

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A?PENALTY by national player Tianna Hackett gave the National Sports Council a hard-fought 1-0 victory over the University of the West?Indies when the women’s competition of the annual Barbados Cup continued at Dover on Tuesday night.
With Empire not playing, Genesis, the former Barbados Football Association’s Women’s League queens, not only played the Tobago Schools in an exhibition game but won 1-0, courtesy a first-half goal by Kerry Trotman.
In Monday night’s lone game, the Tobago School blanked UWI 4-0. (EZS)
Here, UWI’s captain Renasha Jones trying to dribble past NSC’s Kamillah Burke (No.8), whose teammate Ashley Browne (right) follows the action.

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