St Paul’s take treble chance

ST PAUL’S won the women’s Zenith Cup final for their third time in their history on Thursday night following a 4-2 victory against Jersey Wanderers at Springfield.

Wanderers’ Sian Noble moves in to challenge St Paul’s Catarina Alves
Wanderers’ Sian Noble moves in to challenge St Paul’s Catarina Alves

ST PAUL’S won the women’s Zenith Cup final for their third time in their history on Thursday night following a 4-2 victory against Jersey Wanderers at Springfield.

The Saints, who trailed 1-0 and 2-1, hit back to win with three goals in the final 22 minutes after Wanderers’ Kathryn Porter had seen her penalty kick saved by goalkeeper Lisa Stubbs with Wanderers leading 2-1 five minutes into the second half.

Catarina Alves, who was a menace through out, scored a brace and Claire Tonner and Eve Watson singles for the victors while Porter hit the target twice for Wanderers.

Full report in Friday's JEP

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