BARBADOS WOMEN once again outplayed their Turks and Caicos with a crushing 9-0 victory at the Wildey AstroTurf on Sunday.
However, the women from Turks and Caicos improved from Friday’s 10-0 drubbing, making their presence felt with some solid tackles in the first half-hour.
While Turks and Caicos were no match for the hosts, Barbados Football Association technical director Ahmed Mohamed said they used the opportunity to better their mistakes on field.
“I saw a totally different game than the first game. Our opponents were more willing than in the first game. In the first game we struggled a lot building up from behind, from the defence to the offence there were a couple mistakes. Today there was more movement, more communication and the ball was running, they were more focused on the game today,” he said. (RG)
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