Dominant PHC grab hat-trick of titles
Champions PHC applied the finishing touches to yet another unblemished season during the final round of the 2015 Women's Futsal League at Warwick Academy Gymnasium, but not before surviving a scare against fast improving Somerset.
PHC appeared to be in cruise control leading 4-1 at half-time, but Somerset rallied in the second half before ultimately coming up short as PHC prevailed 7-6 in a 13-goal thriller to complete a second straight season undefeated.
Aaliyah Nolan, who finished as the league's top goal scorer, led PHC's charge with a double hat-trick while teammate Taznae Fubler scored the other.
Deshae Darrell and Dazhya Greaves led Somerset's reply with a brace each while Tschana Wade and Jya Ratteray Smith grabbed one apiece.
PHC clinched a third successive Women's Futsal League title with a game to spare during the penultimate round of the season.
Somerset placed fifth.
In another entertaining contest, CP Chicas got past Dandy Stars 5-2.
Cheyra Bell netted a hat-trick for league newcomers Chicas, who finished runners up behind PHC, with Rayni Maybury and LeiLanni Nesbeth grabbing one apiece.
Stars, who finished third in the league, replied through goals from Zahra Gibbons and Jada Samuels.
Last weekend's remaining match between Young Men's Social Club and Hamilton Parish saw the former prevail 5-4 in a see-saw battle.
Treshanna Scott-Carlington scored a hat -trick for the victors with KyAnne Scott-Fishenden adding a brace.
Za'kmari Turner netted a hat-trick in a losing cause for Parish with Asreal Basden also getting her name on the scoresheet.
Social Club finished the league campaign in fourth and Parish last among the six teams.
PHC's Nolan claimed the golden boot with 28 goals, teammate Jessica Furtado was second with 20 and Chicas's Cleshaunay Darrell-Virgil third with 17.
The 2015 women's futsal season concludes tomorrow with the All-Star Game at the Bermuda College Gymnasium, beginning at 7pm.