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CELEBRATION TIME: Trinidad and Tobago U-20 women celebrate Kedie Johnson’s (#14 ) goal from a corner-kick which provided T&T with a two-goal cushion against Haiti on Thursday night at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva. Teammates Renae Ward, left, Dennecia Prince, second left, and Shenieka Paul (partially hidden) join in the celebrations. However, Haiti rallied for a come-from-behind 3-2 victory in the U-20 Women CONCACAF Championship contest. --Photo: DEXTER PHILIP

T&T’s Soca Princesses will hope to rebound from the disappointment of squandering a 2-0 advantage in a 3-2 loss to Haiti on Thursday, when they come up against favourites Canada in the feature match of a Group A double-header in the 2018 Under-20 Women’s Championship at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva from 6.30pm.

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Haitian defender heads the ball away from TT midfielder Shenieka Paul during the two Caribbean nations' opening match in the 2018 CONCACAF U20 Women's Championships at the Ato Boldon Stadium yesterday.

Trinidad and Tobago Under 20 Women’s head coach Jamaal Shabazz was an understandably disappointed man on Thursday night as his team surrendered a two-goal lead in what he described as  “dream star” in a 3-1 defeat to Haiti in Group A action at the Ato Boldon Stadium as action got going in the Concacaf Under 20 Women’s Championship.

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Asha James,18, of Canaan, Tobago, is the only Tobagonian selected to represent the country in the U-20 National Women football team for the CONCACAF Women’s Championships, which kicks off at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva today. T&T faces Haiti in its opening match at 6.30pm.

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TT’s Under-20 players Brittney Williams (front left) and Natisha John (front right) sprint in a warm-up exercise on Sunday at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

Today is a big day for our Under-20 Women’s National football team as T&T begins its quest in the CONCACAF qualifying tournament for the Women’s World Cup Finals in France in August.

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