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Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« on: September 28, 2007, 04:23:46 PM »
Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
By: Shaun Fuentes (TTFF Media).

 
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Women’s Olympic team will begin their quest for a place in the Beijing Olympics when they go into Caribbean Football Union first round action next week in Suriname.
The squad, coached by Marlon Charles departs for Suriname on Sunday where it will play three games against  St Vincent/Grenadines (October 2), Grenada (October 4) and the hosts on October 7.
The winner of the group will advance to a CFU final round and while T&T has grown accustomed to getting the better of teams like the upcoming oppositions, Charles used the ongoing Women’s World Cup as a reference to evidence that the women’s game is developing and teams are stepping up.
“Right now we are trying to put the best possible mix of players together because the majority of our team is based in the United States and for this tournament we could only get five of them because of the conflicting schedules. So with that we have to use those players in a combination with our Under 20s,” Charles told TTFF Media.
“But it doesn’t mean we will back down by any means because it’s a great chance for the younger players to step into an environment where the competition is of  a higher level. It’s a challenge we are looking forward to.”
Not complaining, Charles mentioned that the US-based players normally could not get released for the regional tournaments because the schools continue to be unwilling to release them because of their ongoing schedule of games.
“It’s always difficult for us to get access to them for these tournaments because of the timing of their matches in the US and in most instances the schools tell us that the player is too important to the team and they are unwilling to release them. An example is one with Patrice Superville who was initially refused release by her school and her coach, in speaking to me, explained that she was too important to his team. Only after I explained that we were only getting five of our overseas players then he agreed to let her go. That’s the price sometimes when you have the better players moving on to play in the foreign leagues.”
Looking ahead to the Caribbean opposition, Charles added: “Every country is trying to develop their women’s game and this means we can never go into a tournament thinking ‘well we have beaten them before’ because every game is a different and the evidence is there to see in the current Women’s World Cup. Teams are continuing to improve and in our competitions, we always need to stay on top of our game. We need to play as best as we can at all times,” Charles concluded.

T&T Women’s Squad.
1. KIMIKA FORBES (Bellaforma Angels)
2. JULIEANN MC DOUGALL (Bellaforma Angels)
3. NADIA JAMES (West Texas A&M University)
4. JENELLE NEDD – (West Texas A&M University)
5. NIASHA REYES (Real Dimension)
6. TASHA ST. LOUIS (Ream Dimension)
7. AYANA RUSSELL (Munroe College)
8. RAE ANN ELDER (Real Dimension)
9. AVENELL ISAAC (Joe Public)
10. ANNALIS CUMMINGS (Joe Public)
11. MARIAH SHADE (Debe High School)
12. ALANIA BURGIN (Real Dimension)
13. SHARICE ARTHUR (Real Dimension)
14. PATRICE SUPERVILLE (Mars Hill College)
15. NIKEISHA NOEL (Petrotrin)
16. KARYN FORBES (Bellaforma Angels)
17. SHANTEL ROBERTS (Real Dimension)
18. KENNYA CORDNER (Joe Public)

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Re: Women's Team Off To Begin Olympic Quest
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2007, 06:23:01 PM »
I wish the Princesses all the best.Go Princess!!!!

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Re: Women's Team Off To Begin Olympic Quest
« Reply #2 on: September 28, 2007, 06:29:57 PM »
good luck to the Warrior Princesses.

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2007, 08:07:51 PM »
Sorry I wasn't able to join d ladies in their quest, but I have all d FAITH IN D WORLD that these girls can pull W's in all their matches!! Do yuh ting ladies, and play with your heads up!! BEST OF LUCK TO D Lady Warriors!!!!

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« Reply #4 on: September 29, 2007, 10:59:51 PM »
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« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2007, 04:28:10 PM »
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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2007, 05:05:46 PM »
Road to 2008 Olympics begins this week
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1.10.07 - The road to next year’s Olympic Games starts in October for CONCACAF's women's teams with Qualification commencing in the Caribbean and Central America this week.
Fifteen Caribbean nations have been placed in four groups for the opening round of the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification. The Cayman Islands will stage a three-team group, while Antigua & Barbuda, Dominican Republic and Surinam will each host a quadrangular that will run from 2-28 October.
The four group winners will advance to the second round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification.
Elsewhere, the Women’s Central American Qualification will have El Salvador taking on Nicaragua in a home-and-away first round series from 6-13 October with the winner advancing to meet Costa Rica in the second round later in the month.
The Central American Second Round Winner will secure a place in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Final Round joining the two Caribbean qualifiers, Canada, Mexico and USA, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, where two teams will qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

2008 CONCACAF WOMEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION
Caribbean Qualification – First Round
Group A – Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium
02.10.2007: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES (18:00)
SURINAM – GRENADA (20:00)

04.10.2007: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – GRENADA (18:00)
SURINAM – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES (20:00)

07.10.2007: ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – GRENADA(17:00)
SURINAM – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (19:00)

Group B – Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
03.10.2007: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – US VIRGIN ISLANDS (15:00)
CUBA – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (17:00)

05.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – CUBA (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (17:00)

07.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – CUBA (17:00)

Group C – St. John’s, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground
03.10.2007: JAMAICA – BERMUDA (13:45)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – DOMINICA (15:45)

05.10.2007: BERMUDA – DOMINICA (13:35)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – JAMAICA (15:45)

07.10.2007: DOMINICA – JAMAICA (13:45)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – BERMUDA (15:45)

Group D – Grand Cayman, CAYMAN ISLANDS; T.E. McField Playing Field
24.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – HAITI (19:30)
26.10.2007: HAITI – PUERTO RICO (19:30)
28.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – PUERTO RICO (19:30)

Central American Qualification
First Round Series
06.10.2007: San Salvador, EL SALVADOR; Estadio Cuscatlan (15:00)
EL SALVADOR – NICARAGUA

13.10.2007: Diriamba, NICARAGUA; Estadio Cacique Diriangen (15:00)
NICARAGUA – EL SALVADOR

Second Round Series
20.10.2007: TBD;
EL SALVADOR/NICARAGUA – COSTA RICA

27.10.2007: San José, COSTA RICA; Estadio Nacional (11:00)
COSTA RICA – EL SALVADOR/NICARAGUA
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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #7 on: October 03, 2007, 01:17:17 AM »
Results from yesterday ?

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #8 on: October 03, 2007, 04:50:08 AM »
Trinidad & Tobago beat St.Vincent & the Grenadines 9-0

Don't know the score of Suriname v Grenada........
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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #9 on: October 03, 2007, 05:20:16 AM »
Great going Ladies. I want us to have the biggest squad ever representing us at the olympics. 2 Football teams, and a full track outfit. :devil:
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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2007, 06:04:40 AM »
Other result - Suriname 6-1 Grenada

Next up on Wednesday is T & T v Grenada (I expect T & T to reach double figures here) and Suriname v SVG.  The key match is on Saturday, with hosts Suriname taking on the Soca Princesses.  I say this game should be closer, but T&T should win by 2 or 3 goals.

After this, if they succeed, they must meet the other 3 group winners (likely to be Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba/Dominican Republic).  The top 2 from these 4 goes to the 6-team CONCACAF final tournament along with USA, Canada, Mexico and one team from Central America (most likely Costa Rica).  The top 2 from this tournament will take part in the 2008 Olympics.
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Surinam, Trinidad & Tobago open Caribbean Women’s Qualification with victories
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3.10.07 - Trinidad & Tobago and the hosts Surinam opened the Caribbean First Round Group A to the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification with victories over St. Vincent & The Grenadines and Grenada, respectively, at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo on Tuesday.
Avenell Isaac had four goals, while Tasha St. Louis added two more to lead Trinidad & Tobago (1-0-0, 3 Points) to a 9:0 win over St. Vincent & The Grenadines (0-1-0, 0 Points).

In the other group encounter on Tuesday, Jolanda Saling had three goals, while Brigitta Rigthers, Aisa Smit and Eleonoor Wisch each scored for Surinam (1-0-0, 3 Points) in the 6:1 triumph against Grenada (0-1-0, 0 Points).

The Caribbean First Round Group A continues at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium on Thursday when Trinidad & Tobago takes on Grenada and then Surinam hosts St. Vincent & The Grenadines. The quadrangular concludes on Sunday with St. Vincent & The Grenadines facing Grenada and then Surinam greeting Trinidad & Tobago.

The winner of Group A will join the victors from the other three Caribbean Groups in the second round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification.

Elsewhere, the Women’s Central American Qualification will have El Salvador taking on Nicaragua in a home-and-away first round series from 6-13 October with the winner advancing to meet Costa Rica in the second round later in the month.

The Central American Second Round Winner will secure a place in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Final Round joining the two Caribbean qualifiers, Canada, Mexico and USA, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, where two teams will qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.


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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2007, 02:59:29 PM »

Tasha St Louis

T&T WOMEN THRASH ST VINCENT IN OLYMPIC OPENER
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Trinidad and Tobago's Olympic Women's team kicked off their Beijing qualifying campaign with a convincing 9-0 whipping of St Vincent and the Grenadines at the at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo on Tuesday.

The T&T team was led by Avenell Isaac who struck four times while Tasha St Louis got a brace and Nikeisha Noel, Maria Shade and Niasha Reyes added others to make sure of the three points.

In the other encounter hosts Suriname thumped Grenada 6-1. T&T takes on Grenada in its second game on Thursday at the same venue.

The quadrangular concludes on Sunday with St. Vincent & The Grenadines facing Grenada and then Surinam greeting Trinidad & Tobago.

The winner of Group A will join the victors from the other three Caribbean Groups in the second round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification. (October 3, 2007.Photo shows Tasha St Louis)

Group A – Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium
02.10.2007: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES 9:0 (2:0) (A: 85)
Tasha ST. LOUIS 17’, 51’; Avenell ISAAC 19’, 47’, 78’, 85’; Nikeisha NOEL 52’; Mariah SHADE 72’; Niasha REYES 90’+

TRI: Kimika Forbes – Ayana Russell, Annalis Cummings, Nadia James, Niasha Reyes, Rae Ann Elder (53: Karyn Forbes), Nikeisha Noel (82: Kenya Charles), Tasha St. Louis, Avenell Isaac, Patrice Superville, Alania Burgin (56: Mariah Shade). Booked: none
TD: Marlon CHARLES

VIN: Asha Richards – Alicia Pilgrim, Keisha Morgan, Shadel Cyrus (39: Mishka Quashie), Roxanne Hannaway, Matika Ferdinand, Jessica Miller, Samantha Carrington, Amanda Timm, Arima Franklyn (60: Kimisha Stephens), Akiria Samuel (86: Ria Trimmingham). Booked: Samuel 16’
TD: Seamus MCCARTHY
R: Otis JAMES (GUY)
 

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #13 on: October 04, 2007, 12:19:56 PM »
Four Caribbean teams earn victories at Caribbean qualifiers
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4.10.07 - Four Caribbean teams (Antigua & Barbuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Dominican Republic) began their first round groups to the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification with victories on Wednesday.
Two goals by Johanna Santelis helped the host, Dominican Republic (1-0-0, 3 Points) to a 4:0 triumph over the US Virgin Islands (0-1-0, 0 Points) in the Group B play at the Estadio Parque del Este in Santo Domingo.

In the other Group B encounter, five goals by Yezenia Gallardo and four each from Niurka Cuesta and Misleldis Reyes led Cuba (1-0-0, 3 Points) to a record-win of 21:0 over the British Virgin Islands (0-1-0, 0 Points). The result ties the largest margin of victory by a Women’s national team in a CONCACAF match, with the other encounter being Canada over Puerto Rico (21:0) in Toronto, Ontario on 28 August 1998.

Meanwhile, in Group C action, Keneshia Reid scored twice to pace Jamaica (1-0-0, 3 Points) to a 4:0 win over Bermuda (0-1-0, 0 Points) at the Antigua Recreation Ground in St. John’s, Antigua & Barbuda on Wednesday. In the other group encounter, goals by Amelia Green, Britiney Jacob and Argell London helped the home-side of Antigua & Barbuda (1-0-0, 3 Points) to a 3:0 victory against Dominica (0-1-0, 0 Points).

The Caribbean First Round continues with Group A at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium on Thursday when Trinidad & Tobago (1-0-0, 3 Points) takes on Grenada (0-1-0, 0 Points) and then Surinam (1-0-0, 3 Points) hosts St. Vincent & The Grenadines (0-1-0, 0 Points).

The four group winners from the first round will advance to the Caribbean Second Round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification.

Elsewhere, the Women’s Central American Qualification will have El Salvador taking on Nicaragua in a home-and-away first round series from 6-13 October with the winner advancing to meet Costa Rica in the second round later in the month.

The Central American Second Round Winner will secure a place in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Final Round joining the two Caribbean qualifiers, Canada, Mexico and USA, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, where two teams will qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

2008 CONCACAF WOMEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION
Caribbean Zone – First Round
Group A – Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium
04.10.2007: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – GRENADA (18:00)
SURINAM – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES (20:00)

07.10.2007: ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – GRENADA(17:00)
SURINAM – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (19:00)

Group B – Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
03.10.2007: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – US VIRGIN ISLANDS 4:0 (2:0) (A: 100)
Yaharia ASTARIO 16’; Johanna SANTELIS 37’, 53’; Yaharia FERNANDEZ 76’
R: Davio EDREN (HAI)

CUBA – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 21:0 (9:0) (A: 150)
Yoannia LARRINAGA 3, 25’; Misleldis REYES 5’, 10’, 11’, 21’; Yezenia GALLARDO 9’, 32’, 49’, 69’, 75’; Damaysi FORD 15’; Niurka CUESTA 47’, 68’, 71’, 78’; Yisel RODRIGUEZ 55’; Yohanna NEGRIN 63’, 83’; Yunelsi BAEL 76’; Yudisleiyi HERNANDEZ 88’
CUB: Katherine Montesino (46: Kirehia Cabrera) – Yutimila Rodriguez, Maretsi Hernandez, Yunselsi Bael, Yaihara Aguilar, Yoannia Larrinaga, Damaysi Ford (46: Yudisleiyi Hernandez), Yohanna Negrin, Yisel Rodriguez, Misleldis Reyes (46: Niurka Cuesta), Yezenia Gallardo-C. Booked: none
TD: Rufino SOTOLONGO
VGB: Desima Lambert – Gertude Thomas-C (46: Elsa Meyes), Linda Alexander (8: Kimberly Tyson), Kia Foreman, Kay Barry, Sapphire Flax, Jacqueline Weekes, Lavern Fahie, Amadona Creese, Kimberly Barry (50: Shakeila Blackman), Maria James. Booked: none
TD: Vincent SAMUEL
R: Varnette LAING (BAH)

05.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – CUBA (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (17:00)

07.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – CUBA (17:00)

Group C – St. John’s, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground
03.10.2007: JAMAICA – BERMUDA 4:0 (3:0)
Keneshia REID 13’, 22’; Jodi-Ann MCGREGOR 16’; Tashana VINCENT 53’
JAM: Peatria Campbell – Tamesia Vassell, LaToya Panton (52: Niesha Forbes), Marcilee McBean, Janice Rennalls (56: Shareca Stevens), Monique Price, Alicia James, Jodi-Ann McGregor, Rochelle Bryan (53: Iesha Mowatt), Keneshia Reid, Tashana Vincent. Booked: none
TD: Charles EDWARDS
BER: Kimmisha Perinchief – Ebonie Burgess, Shonte Campbell, Cheyra Bell, Dominique Richardson (55: Shuntae Todd), Jenay Edness, Shabena Crockwell (29: Raneika Bean), Tina Wall, Whitnae Duerr, Latisha Perinchief Leader, Ashley Wall (69: Iesha Dill). Booked: Bell 33’
TD: Vance BROWN
R: Maria CASILLA (DOM)

ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – DOMINICA 3:0 (2:0)
Amelia GREEN 10’; Argell LONDON 27’; Britiney JACOBS 65’
ATG: Anik Jarvis – Kate White (82: Carissa Hector), Britiney Jacobs, Amelia Green, O’deal Simon-C, Argell London, Karen Warner, Heidi Thomas, Patrice Davis (46: Devita Edwards), Quanice Colbourne (55: Joella Potter), Judy Thomas. Booked: Warner 23’
TD: Chesley BROWNE
DMA: Nazarine Corlette – Avia Prosper, Carita Corlette, Emaline Lockhart (83: Jewile Browne), Muryah Erprit (71: Kaysanda Alexander), Cassandla Augustine, Halima Lockhart, Medita Toussaint, Sheena Bazil, Jemmer Leslie (60: Anilla Aaron), Hanna Samuel-C. Booked: Corlette 67’
TD: Hypolite ROBERTSON
R: Monique RAS (ARU)

05.10.2007: BERMUDA – DOMINICA (13:35)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – JAMAICA (15:45)

07.10.2007: DOMINICA – JAMAICA (13:45)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – BERMUDA (15:45)

Group D – Grand Cayman, CAYMAN ISLANDS; T.E. McField Playing Field
24.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – HAITI (19:30)
26.10.2007: HAITI – PUERTO RICO (19:30)
28.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – PUERTO RICO (19:30)


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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #14 on: October 05, 2007, 03:57:27 AM »
Yesterday :

T & T - Grenada 6-0 (3-0)

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2007, 07:09:04 AM »
Surinam - St Vincent & the Grenadines 10-1


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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #16 on: October 05, 2007, 05:19:53 PM »
Surinam, Trinidad & Tobago post wins in Caribbean Group A
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5.10.07 - Trinidad & Tobago and the hosts Surinam posted wins in the Caribbean First Round Group A to the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification against Grenada and St. Vincent & The Grenadines, respectively, at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo on Thursday.
Tasha St. Louis had three goals, while Avenell Isaac, Jenelle Nedd and Mariah Shade each added a tally for Trinidad & Tobago (2-0-0, 3 Points) in the 6:0 triumph against Grenada (0-2-0, 0 Points).

In the other group match on Thursday, Jolanda Saling had six goals, while Aisa Smit scored three more to lead Surinam (2-0-0, 3 Points) to a 10:1 victory over St. Vincent & The Grenadines (0-2-0, 0 Points).

The Caribbean First Round Group A concludes on Sunday at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium with St. Vincent & The Grenadines facing Grenada and then Surinam hosting Trinidad & Tobago.

The winner of Group A will join the victors from the other three Caribbean Groups in the second round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification.

Elsewhere, the Women’s Central American Qualification will have El Salvador taking on Nicaragua in a home-and-away first round series from 6-13 October with the winner advancing to meet Costa Rica in the second round later in the month.

The Central American Second Round Winner will secure a place in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Final Round joining the two Caribbean qualifiers, Canada, Mexico and USA, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, where two teams will qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

2008 CONCACAF WOMEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION
Caribbean Zone – First Round
Group A – Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium
04.10.2007: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – GRENADA 6:0 (3:0)
Avenell ISAAC 22’; Tasha ST. LOUIS 44’, 45’, 73’; Mariah SHADE 48’; Jenelle NEDD 90’
TRI: Julieann McDougall – Ayana Russell, Nadia James, Annalis Cummings (76: Sharice Arthur), Niasha Reyes, Avenell Isaac, Karyn Forbes (64: Shantel Roberts), Patrice Superville, Jenelle Nedd, Tasha St. Louis, Mariah Shade (63: Alania Burgin). Booked: Isaac 26’
TD: Marlon CHARLES
GRN: Blossom Mark (73: Connie John) – Langaigne Dyslyne, Lindonna Rennie, Alisha Chestine, Tracey Redhead (46: Nicole Sandy), Anester Thomas, Kimonee Benjamin, Rene Samuel, Roxanne Frederiks (62: Ruth Monro), Camilla Cadore, Rockel Hood. Booked: A. Thomas 57’
TD: Franklin SIMPSON
R: Ronald PERSAUD (GUY)

SURINAM – ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES 10:1 (5:1)
Jolanda SALING 1’, 4’, 35’, 37’, 46’, 90’+; Aisa SMIT 27’, 56’, 67’; Cherrylin ALIMOENADI 50’ – Ria TRIMMINGHAM 43’
SUR: Natalie Benjamin – Cherrylin Alimoenadi, Melissa Sakramam, Roxanna Djarkasi, Lorraine Dompig (46: Silvie Blackson), Lucretia Hasselnook (46: Brigitta Rigthers), Charissa Jakaolmo, Vanessa Napo, Aisa Smit, Eleonoor Wisch, Jolanda Saling (90: Singana Defi). Booked: Napo 59’, Jakaolmo 74’
TD: Arno BEZENSTEIN
VIN: Asha Richards – Alicia Pilgrim, Keisha Morgan, Shadel Cyrus, Roxanne Hannaway (28: Ria Trimmingham), Matika Ferdinand, Jessica Miller (70: Ladonna Woodley), Samantha Carrington, Amanda Timm (72: Mishka Quashie), Arima Franklyn, Kimisha Stephens. Booked: Miller 70’
TD: Seamus MCCARTHY
R: Otis JAMES (GUY)

07.10.2007: ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – GRENADA(17:00)
SURINAM – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (19:00)

Group B – Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
05.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – CUBA (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (17:00)

07.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (15:00)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – CUBA (17:00)

Group C – St. John’s, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground
05.10.2007: BERMUDA – DOMINICA (13:35)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – JAMAICA (15:45)

07.10.2007: DOMINICA – JAMAICA (13:45)
ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – BERMUDA (15:45)

Group D – Grand Cayman, CAYMAN ISLANDS; T.E. McField Playing Field
24.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – HAITI (19:30)
26.10.2007: HAITI – PUERTO RICO (19:30)
28.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – PUERTO RICO (19:30)


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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #17 on: October 06, 2007, 01:36:15 PM »
Group B :

US Virgin Isl - Cuba 0-14
Dominican Rep - British Virgin Island 17-0

Group C :

Bermuda - Dominica 8-0
Antigua & Barbuda - Jamaica 0-12

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #18 on: October 06, 2007, 03:03:32 PM »
Group B :

US Virgin Isl - Cuba 0-14
Dominican Rep - British Virgin Island 17-0

Group C :

Bermuda - Dominica 8-0
Antigua & Barbuda - Jamaica 0-12

I think Cuba is playing American Football with these teams 21-0, 14-0, that's 5 touchdowns so far

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Re: Women's team off to begin Olympic quest.
« Reply #19 on: October 08, 2007, 04:15:10 AM »
Trinidad & Tobago advance to Caribbean 2nd Round!

Suriname 1-4 Trinidad & Tobago

Cuba and Jamaica also advance
Dominican Republic 1-2 Cuba
Jamaica 8-0 Dominica

Haiti should join those three later this month when they take on Cayman Islands and Puerto Rico.
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« Reply #20 on: October 08, 2007, 11:26:29 AM »
Three teams advance to Caribbean Second Round
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7.10.07 - Cuba, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago advanced to the Caribbean Second Round to the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification after winning their respective first round groups on Sunday.
Group A: Trinidad & Tobago (3-0-0, 9 Points) claimed first-place and a berth in the Caribbean Second Round with a 4:1 victory over the hosts, Surinam (2-1-0, 6 Points) at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo. In an earlier encounter on Sunday, Grenada (1-2-0, 3 Points) topped St. Vincent & The Grenadines (0-3-0, 0 Points) by a score of 3:1.

Group B: Yezenia Gallardo scored twice to lead Cuba (3-0-0, 9 Points) to a 2:1 triumph against the home-side of the Dominican Republic (2-1-0, 6 Points) at the Estadio Parque del Este in Santo Domingo. The win secured the leonas del caribe a place in the Caribbean Second Round for the first time in their women’s football history. In the other group match on Sunday, Zauditu Kaza-Amlak had two goals to help the US Virgin Islands (1-2-0, 3 Points) to a 5:0 victory over the British Virgin Islands (0-3-0, 0 Points).

Group C: Tashana Vincent had four goals to pace Jamaica (3-0-0, 9 Points) to an 8:0 win against Dominica (0-3-0, 0 Points) at the Antigua Recreation Ground in St. John’s, Antigua & Barbuda. The triumph gave the reggae girlz the group crown and a spot in the Caribbean Second Round. In the other group encounter on Sunday, Shuntae Todd scored twice for Bermuda (2-1-0, 6 Points) in the 4:0 victory over Antigua & Barbuda (1-2-0, 3 Points).

Cuba, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago will join Group D winner (taking place in the Cayman Islands this month) in the Caribbean Second Round later this year with the top two teams progressing to the final round of 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification.

Elsewhere, the Women’s Central American Qualification has Nicaragua holding a 2:1 lead in the home-and-away first round series when they host El Salvador on 13 October with the winner advancing to meet Costa Rica in the second round later in the month.

The Central American Second Round Winner will secure a place in the 2008 CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualification Final Round joining the two Caribbean qualifiers, Canada, Mexico and USA, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, where two teams will qualify to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.

2008 CONCACAF WOMEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION
Caribbean Zone – First Round
Group A – Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium
07.10.2007: ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES – GRENADA 1:3
SURINAM – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1:4

Group B – Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
07.10.2007: US VIRGIN ISLANDS – BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 5:0 (1:0)
OG 36’; Zauditu KAZA-AMLAK 48’, 74’; Christine STUART 76’, MacKiesh TAYLOR 76’

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – CUBA 1:2 (1:0)
Yolanda VALERIO 35’ – Yezenia GALLARDO 53’, 90’+

Group C – St. John’s, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground
07.10.2007: DOMINICA – JAMAICA 0:8 (0:4) (A: 500)
Tashana VINCENT 2’, 29’, 35’, 45’; Kenesha REID 38’; Iesha MOWATT 48’; Jodi-Ann MCGREGOR 80’; Marcille MCBEAN 83’
R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – BERMUDA 0:4 (0:4)
Ashley WALL 1’; Raneika BEAN 24’; Shuntae TODD 39’, 45’
R: Maria CASILLA (DOM)

Group D – Grand Cayman, CAYMAN ISLANDS; T.E. McField Playing Field
24.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – HAITI (19:30)
26.10.2007: HAITI – PUERTO RICO (19:30)
28.10.2007: CAYMAN ISLANDS – PUERTO RICO (19:30)

Goal feast on the islands
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Monday 8 October 2007

The first group stages of Caribbean qualifying for the Women's Olympic Football Tournament in Beijing next year proved a mixed bag over the course of three match-days from 3-7 October. While T&T, Cuba and Jamaica all won their sections with perfect nine-point hauls from three matches, some of the less-known sides suffered terrible hidings.

Trinidad & Tobago, whose men's, youth and women's teams have been undergoing a revival in recent years, jumped predictably out to take sole ownership of top spot in Group A in Paramaribo, Surinam.

Avenell Isaac scored four and Tasha St. Louis added two more in a 9-0 opening win over St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Grenada were next to feel the Trinidadian heat as the dual-islanders roared to a 6-0 win thanks to a hat trick from the prolific St. Louis. They rounded out the proceedings and qualified for the next stages as group winner with a 4-1 win over hosts Surinam.

"You can't come into these types of things thinking it's going to be easy," coach Marlon Charles said. "So we made sure that we were prepared for our task." With 19 goals scored and only one conceded it seems the coach in his charges got the preps just right.

Cuban training methods for the their Group B campaign seemed just as on-the-spot. After starting with a 4-0 win over hosts Dominican Republic in Santo Domingo, the ladies from Havana unloaded in their second game against the British Virgin Islands. The 21-0 result illustrated a serious gulf in class between the two teams and tied the largest all-time margin of victory in a CONCACAF women's match. Yezenia Gallardo scored five and four each from Niurka Cuesta and Misleldis Reyes made the contest a virtual walkover from the early minutes.

The Cubans then repeated the dose on the US Virgin Islands in their last match on Sunday, albeit with far less fanfare - and scoring. Gallardo grabbed two more in a tense 2-1 win. 37 goals for and one against means Cuba are now a team to watch.

Jamaica were the third smiling side on Sunday, as they roared emphatically to the top of Group C to book a place in the next rounds. And in perhaps the most impressive performance of the round, they didn't conceded a single goal in a 4-0 win over Bermuda, a 12-0 win over hosts Antigua and Barbuda and an 8-0 win over Dominica for 24 goals scored and zero conceded.

Keneshia Reid and Tanasha Vincent were the ace markswomen for the Jamaicans and will be a pair to watch out for in the next rounds.

Cuba, T&T and Jamaica will join up with the winner of Group D (Cayman Islands, Haiti or Puerto Rico) in the four-team second round to take place later this year. The top two teams from the round robin will qualify for the final round of CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying for Beijing 2008, where big gals the USA, Canada and Mexico will join the party along with one representative from Central America.


 

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