Maylee Attin-Johnson will lead T&T’s senior Soca Princesses when they begin their quest for the top spot in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Final Round Tournament.
The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has added an extra round of qualifying to determine the teams it will send to the Women’s Gold Cup later this year.
Cuba and Trinidad and Tobago will host the second-round groups for the Caribbean qualifying of the Women's Gold Cup, forcing a change in the previously announced schedule.
T&T’s Senior Soca Princesses had their first training session as a full team yesterday morning at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain. All eight of the foreign based players were in attendence, following their return home on Wednesday.
Women’s Gold Cup qualifying series opened on Wednesday at the Georgetown Cricket Ground in host Guyana when Suriname faced St Vincent and the Grenadines in the opening Caribbean Group A match.
T&T’s senior women footballers will resume training today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo from 9.30 am, as the last of its foreign-based players returned home yesterday for a six-day camp which also began yesterday.
The five Tobago female players who have been selected for national trials on stand-by are yet to attend a training session with their Trinidad counterparts in Trinidad.
Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women footballers will see action from today when they face St Kitts-Nevis in the first round of Caribbean qualifying for the 2010 CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup, which is being played for the first time since 2006.
INJURED national footballer Tamar “Phoenix” Watson is eyeing a return to the field in the new year.