Paint too glossy for Zulus

In
what was one of the most exciting women’s games in the history of the Domino’s
Pizza Women’s league, Ace Paints and Décor eked out a 33-30 victory over Zulu’s
Warriors in a see-saw battle. The lead changed hands five times as both
defences were unable to stop the offenses from scoring.

Christina
‘Hugh’ Hefner led the way for Ace completing 14 of 27 passes with three
touchdown tosses. Lisa Malice stepped in to help out completing 1 of 2 passes
with a touchdown pass. Betsy Smith had three touchdown receptions while Camille
Solomon caught another and had a 43 yard touchdown run to round out the Ace
Paints and Decor scoring.

Delicia
Ebanks led the way on defense for the 2 and 1 Ace team recording six tackles
and catching an errant Zulu’s pass for an interception.

For
Zulu’s Whittaker had a great day completing 12 of 16 passes with three
touchdown passes and three two point conversions. Carneth Thomas was 2 of 7
passing for Zulus with an interception. Eleanor Berry caught nine passes with
two of them for touchdowns for Zulus while Jahzenia Thomas had a touchdown
catch and Aqueda Broderick rushed for the other score. Lilla Connolly had four
tackles to lead the Zulu’s defense who fall to 1 and 2 on the year. Zulus take
on winless Appleby next while Ace Paints and Décor play Hammerheads.

Speaking
of Hammerheads, they were in impressive form as the Lady Pirates thrashed the
Lone Star Jager Monsters 44-8. Bobeth O’Garro tossed four touchdown passes for
Hammerheads while completing 9 of 15 passes with an interception. Also caught a
touchdown pass and her performance earned her Player of the Week in the Lady’s
division. Ellen Downey shared QB duties and was 3 of 7 with two of those passes
being for scores. Scimone Campbell and Sue Nixon each had two touchdown
receptions while O’Garro and Lolitta Hanna each had one. Nixon also had two
interceptions for the 2 and 1 Hammerheads squad.

Lone
Star Jager Monsters welcomed back multi-talented Christina Bisnauth to the
roster but it wasn’t enough as the Jager Monsters were outplayed in every
category. Ali Amos had a terrible day at the helm completing only 5 of 21
passes with a touchdown pass to Bisnauth being the only bright spot. Amos also
tossed two interceptions. Keisha Solomon led the defence with five tackles and
an interception. Lone Star fell to 2 and 1 and play Chiro Spa tomorrow while
Hammerheads take on Ace Paints and Décor.

Walkers
Wonders continued to find a way to win as they edged the Chiro Spa Jaguars
26-12 in a high spirited affair. Walkers easily the most consistent team in the
league just always seem to come up with the plays at the right time to secure
victory.

Jordana
Clarke again was steady completing 13 of 21 passes with four touchdown tosses.
Her calming influence on her team is a key component to their success. Rachelle
Peterson with two touchdown catches led the way while Isatou Sey and Cassandra
Bodden each had one. Sey led the defense with seven tackles while Krishan Welcome
had two and an interception.

Walkers
is undefeated on the year at 3 and 0 and play Andro Saturday.

For
Chiro Spa Shamar Ennis led the way with five receptions, one of them for a
score. She also completed a pass for a touchdown as well. Jessica Pawlik completed
11 of 20 passes with a touchdown and an interception. Pawlik also was on the
receiving end of the Ennis touchdown toss. Virginia Barnes and Anjull Bradshaw
both had three tackles each for the Chiro Spa defense. Chiro take on Lone Star
Jager Monsters next.

In
the women’s final game Andro got their first win of the year as they shut out
Appleby 25-0. Andro had a complete team effort in recording the win. Christina
McTaggart tossed two touchdown passes while completing 6 of 13 passes. She also
had an interception. Heather Roffey had two touchdown receptions and Annice
Callaghan had one for the offence. Phillippa Knight intercepted a pass and ran
it back for a touchdown to round out the Andro scoring parade. Andro now 1 and
2 take on undefeated Walkers next.

Appleby
still are struggling to find their niche and were led by Joni Ebanks who
completed 6 of 22 passes with an interception. Serena Yates had three
receptions for Appleby and Shinette Rhoden had two tackles and an interception
for the defense.

Appleby
is 0 and 3 on the year and take on
Zulu tomorrow.

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