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Charles: Hosting CFU Women’s Cup is fantastic

Marlon Charles, the coach of the senior women’s national football team, says its fantastic that T&T will be hosting the inaugural Caribbean Football Union Women’s Cup Final Round qualifiers to the Concacaf Championship for next year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup in Canada.

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T&T want to host Caribbean opening round

Marlon Charles, Trinidad and Tobago senior national women team head coach, is hoping that T&T will host the opening round of Caribbean qualifying for the  2015 World Cup, which is carded for May.

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Soca Princesses continue preparations in USA camp

A 20-member T&T senior women’s football and four officials team left Piarco on Tuesday for a four-match training camp in Charleston, South Carolina, USA, which kicked off against Charleston Southern University at the Patriots Point Athletic Complex in Mt Pleasant, South Carolina from 7 pm (local time), yesterday.

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Corneal says camp beneficial to women

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association technical director Anton Corneal expects the national women’s team to be ready for the challenge in the upcoming Caribbean Football Union leg of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers.

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Gamecocks host T&T National Team Saturday

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina women's soccer team will host the Trinidad & Tobago women's national team on Saturday. Kickoff is slated for 6 p.m., ET at Stone Stadium with free admission.

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Soca Princesses play unbeaten

Trinidad and Tobago senior national women’s football team won and drew on the weekend, to end a four-match tour of South Carolina unbeaten. The Soca Princesses ended their tour against USA college teams with three victories and a draw.

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Mollon signs for Swedish second division club

T&T women’s senior international Ahkeela Mollon has signed a season-long contract with Swedish Elittetan (second division) club Kvarnsveden IK, in a return to the country which introduced her to European football.

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‘Ya Ya’ gives Soca Princesses 2nd win.

Striker Kennya “Ya Ya” Cordner scored the only goal as Trinidad and Tobago National Women Football team won for the second time on a four-match tour of Clarleston, South Carolina, USA.

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Senior women getting ready for World Cup qualifiers

Has a lesson been learnt?

The Trinidad and Tobago senior national women’s football team are preparing for World Cup qualification and need international warm-up matches.

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