A CLEAN SWEEP

Warriors FC women’s team scored four goals against Police Sports Association to successfully retain the FAS Women’s Challenge Cup trophy. The final finished 4-1 and it also meant that our ladies managed to complete the double of winning both the FAS Women’s Premier League and Challenge Cup for the second consecutive year.

Team Captain Nur Izyani was delighted after the match and exclaimed, “this is an amazing achievement for the team!” She added, “I am very proud of my team mates, coaching staff and all involved as success did not come easily. Next season, we have to motivate ourselves and train harder than before. We cannot take it easy and rest on our laurels if we want to win in all competitions again.”

I am very proud of my team mates, coaching staff and all involved as success did not come easily. Next season, we have to motivate ourselves and train harder than before. We cannot take it easy and rest on our laurels if we want to win in all competitions again.

Our ladies managed to complete the double of winning both the FAS Women’s Premier League and Challenge Cup for the second consecutive year.

Speaking on the sidelines, Warriors FC General Manager Paul Poh said, “both our women’s teams have done well this season by winning the Premier League, Youth League and Challenge Cup. I would like to congratulate everybody involved. Looking ahead to next season, there is no reason why we cannot continue to achieve such success.” He added, “we will look to further expand our number of female players here at Warriors FC. Our objective remains to develop the players and enable them to learn and enjoy the game of football.”

We will look to further expand our number of female players here at Warriors FC. Our objective remains to develop the players and enable them to learn and enjoy the game of football.