Maylee’s Angels; Wired868 picks its WPL Round One All-Star team

Way to go, ladies! The Women’s Premier League (WPL) is up and running and, despite the obvious rust, some players have already begun to assert themselves.

Wired868 wants to recognise the best performers in each round. These might not necessarily be the WPL’s best players. But they sure played well this week!

Photo: Angels captain Maylee Attin-Johnson (centre) scores a fine opener against Wave. (Courtesy Sinead Peters/Wired868)
Photo: Angels captain Maylee Attin-Johnson (centre) scores a fine opener against Wave.
(Courtesy Sinead Peters/Wired868)

Angels captain Maylee Attin-Johnson was our pick for Player of the Round after two brilliant goals and a fine all-round performance in a 3-0 dismantling of the highly rated Wave outfit in St James.

Here are the other players who caught our eye by putting in early productive shifts:


Round One XI (4-3-3): Tynetta McKoy (GK) (Angels); Josean “Lulu” Azevedo (Wave), Karyn Forbes (Oilers), Jaclyn Poucel (Angels), Tanesia Vassell (Fuego); J0 Marie Lewis (Fuego), Tasha St Louis (Fuego), Jodi Ann McGregor (Angels); Kayla Taylor (Oilers), Maylee Attin-Johnson (Angels), Shanelle Warrick (Fuego).

Extra pick: Janine Francois (Rush)

Photo: Fuego midfielder Jo-Marie Lewis (right) looks for passing options while Dragons player Rafaela Silva tries to keep up in WPL action. (Courtesy Sinead Peters/Wired868)
Photo: Fuego midfielder Jo-Marie Lewis (right) looks for passing options while Dragons player Rafaela Silva tries to keep up in WPL action.
(Courtesy Sinead Peters/Wired868)

Round One Top Coach: Anthony Creece (Angels)

Round One MVP: Maylee Attin-Johnson (Angels)

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3 comments

  1. hahaha yea you is the last sports reporter!!

  2. I didn’t do too bad then. If you can’t find anything to disagree with! Haha.

  3. Was tempted not to comment on this story Lasana Liburd!!lol but had to great picks good first round but just had to point out that the majority of the names in that team is the same names that dominated the WOLF league for year so why not put the money there? The real organiser of the league JJ from WOLF and all but guess some folks just like to be heroes!!

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