Boastful head coach of Police Ladies, Bright Attuquaye fingers poor officiating for his side’s heavy loss against Halifax Ladies.

Coach Bright Attuquaye and her security team have enjoyed a perfect start to life in the special competition but we’re broken into irreparable pieces on match day four by Halifax Ladies.

With three wins in a row, coach Bright Attuquaye and his side were expecting yet another victory to cushion their hold on the top spot.

But the unexpected occurred, as Police Ladies were brought to their knees against Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo’s Halifax Ladies.

Speaking to NB Sports after the game the tactician lamented about poor officiating which caused his side dearly.

“First and foremost, the level of officiating was very bad.

“I feel reluctant to complain about referees because I have siblings (sisters) who are upcoming referees.

“There were a lot of penalty calls which the referee waved off. But I’m still on top (of the group).

Ahead of their next game against group strugglers Immigration Ladies, the gaffer said,

“I’m going to prepare my team and go again when we face Immigration Ladies. “By all means, we will qualify”

A win for Police Ladies and Halifax Ladies in their respective games on match day five will see both sides progress from Group D.