In 2006 the Club began the process of establishing a Women’s Football team focusing on young players. The team played a number of friendly games in 2006 and joined the Women’s Football Association in 2007.
With two (2) divisions – Premier and First – the Club was allotted to the First Division where it won all 14 games scoring 108 goals with Shanelle Warrick leading with 31 goals and Tiana Bateau with 20 goals. The team lost the semi-final of the FA competition but ended by winning the Women’s competition in the 2007 Eddie Hart League.
The Club played in the premier division in 2008.
the 2008 Women’s Football Association FA champions in the East Zone;
the 2008 champion in the under 18 Republic Bank Girls’ Cup;
the 2008 champion in the Eddie Hart Women’s Football League;
the 2008 knock-out winners in the Eddie Hart Women’s Football League;
The women’s team participated for the first time in the premier division of the Women’s League Football placing fifth. The team won the Eddie Hart League.
The team participates in the Premier Division of the Women’s Football League as well as the Eddie Hart Women’s League.