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U-20

T&T Women's U-20 outclass Cuba to take Group A

T&T Women's U-20 vs Cuba

Trinidad & Tobago took sole leadership of Group A, and a psychological advantage into the semi-final of the Caribbean Football Union Women’s Under-20 Finals, with a decisive 3-1 victory over second place team Cuba.

In a fast-paced, physical, rain soaked and talent-laced contest, one which many spectators described as the best of the Tournament to date, Trinidad & Tobago imposed early pressure on Cuba, and used a collective height advantage to great effect when passing the ball through the air. Though the encounter was free-flowing game in nature, the Soca Princesses were more aggressive in attack and defence, and their combination of short passes along the flanks and longer passes through the centre paid off in the 40th minute, when Patrice Campbell took advantage of a deflection to beat Cuba’s goalkeeper Monica Padilla to make the score 1-0. The Cuban team pressed hard afterward to restore parity, but the first half ended with a Trinidad & Tobago advantage.

From the shrill of the Referee’s whistle at the resumption of play, the Cuban team raised the level of intensity in pursuit of the equaliser, and forced Trinidad & Tobago’s defenders further back in their half with fast diagonal runs from the wings. Their tenacity was duly rewarded in the 45th minute, when a superb kick of the dead ball fell to the Tournament’s leading goal-scorer, Yoanna Calderon Gonzanez, who made no mistake in getting the ball past goalkeeper Tenesha Palmer to make the score 1-1. With vocal support for both teams, the players increased the pace, skill level and physicality of the game, providing increasing entertainment for the appreciative fans. Trinidad & Tobago, however, scored the second goal in almost identical fashion to Cuba’s first, from a free kick. The floating shot to the right of goal was collected by the Captain, Anique Walker, who drove powerfully past the goalkeeper to breach the Cuban goal in the 67th minute. This did not deflate the Cuban ladies, who continued to attack and counterattack in pursuit of their second goal. The Soca Princesses, however, dented their hopes in the 71st minute, when Jonelle Warrick scored Trinidad & Tobago’s third goal.

Even at this stage, however, Cuba kept running hard at the ball and began to combine short passes at the sides of the 18 yard box and cross diagonally into goal, and their efforts came close to success when a firm shot from Ollancy Gainza forced a desperate save from goalkeeper Tenesha Palmer. Though no more goals were scored, the game’s entertainment value was kept at a premium right to the final whistle, after 93 (90+3) minutes of play.

With Trinidad & Tobago obtaining the maximum 9 points from three matches, and Cuba earning 6 from the same number of games, both teams qualify for the semi-finals. The physical nature of the contest took its toll, however, with yellow cards for Cuba’s Eliane Acosta and Captain Regla Ponce Martinez, and similar punishment for Trinidad & Tobago’s Patrice Campbell and Khadisha Debesette.