FAS 2014 Women's Premier League Review - Round 10

Juggernauts Eunos Crescent hit double digits while the National University of Singapore continued their winning streak, while the remaining games both ended 4-0

Pace-setters Eunos Crescent and Police Sports Association Womens FC continued to stay neck to neck in the latest round of the 2014 FAS Women's Premier League.

The former maintained their lead at the top by taking Petra Football Club to the cleaners last Sunday as Kamaliah Hashim struck six times to bring her season's tally to 19. A brace each from Siti Wan Nabilah and Sitianiwati Rosielin added to an own goal from Marta Chaves as Eunos triumphed 11-1. Tressa Jane Fernandez bagged the sole goal for Petra.

Police kept up the pressure as a 4-0 win over bottom side Winchester Isla ensured they remain only one point behind. Siti Erma Ellyana and Eguzkine Calzada put them two goals up before Yuki Monden rounded off the win with a double.

F-17 FC also emerged 4-0 victors as they beat Warriors FC. Soffiyana Atar grabbed a brace and Siti Sharmimi and Nur Adelia completed the scoring.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) extended their winning streak to four games by seeing off third-placed H2O/ITE Women's Dream Team, as Deborah Chin and Kasfira Hilka struck in a 2-0 triumph.

Upcoming matches all scheduled for May 4, as follows:
Warriors vs Police, 5p.m., St Wilfrid Stadium
Arion Football Academy vs Eunos, 7p.m., Meridian Junior College
Winchester vs NUS, 5p.m., Bukit Gombak Stadium
Petra vs F-17, 5p.m., Jurong West Stadium

League table and top scorers (as of April 30):