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Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« on: July 05, 2011, 05:03:00 PM »
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2011, 06:26:15 PM »
Bermuda Women’s National Team 1 Trinidad & Tobago 5

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The Bermuda Women’s Olympic Football team went down in their first game in the Preliminary Competition CONCACAF Caribbean Zone – Round 1 of Group B in the Dominican Republic at the Estadio Panamericano stadium.

The Bermuda Women’s National Team took on Trinidad & Tobago going down 5 – 1, Bermuda’s lone goal came in the 25th minute off the boot of Tschana Wade.

Wade received a pass from first half substitute Teare Thomas, Wade held off her defender and calmly lobbed the ball over the advancing Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeper.

Bermuda Football Association’s Youth Director Devarr Boyles said, “The ladies performed below their standards while never giving up in extremely humid conditions.”

‘The solution for them is to continue to believe in their abilities while maintaining a winners mentality,” continued Boyles.

Boyles concluded by saying, “A special mention must go to Cheyra Bell, goalkeeper Kimmisha Perinchief, Ebonie Burgess and Waynesha Bean.

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2011, 06:34:29 PM »
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2011, 06:39:51 PM »
well done ladies,this is how u do it !!!!!!!

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Bermuda taste defeat against T&T
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2011, 07:36:21 PM »
Bermuda taste defeat against T&T
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Bermuda 1 Trinidad 5

Bermuda women's national team were well beaten by Trinidad in the opening match of their 2012 Olympic qualifiers.

Tschana Wade scored the lone goal for the Islanders in the Dominican Republic where the qualifiers are being held.

Scott Morton's side face the hosts tomorrow in their second match.

Morton said: "I wouldn't say (Trinidad) were too strong for us, but our fitness was definitely a problem.

"We were more effective in the first half than the second and caused Trinidad some problems.

"The girls are still in high spirits and we're looking forward to our next game."

The winner of the group will advance to the final qualification round while the runner-up will go into a play off for the third Caribbean qualifying spot.

Bermuda's final match is against Dominica on Saturday.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2011, 11:16:04 AM »
Dominican Republic 3 vs Dominica 0
 Thursday we are playing Dominica.

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Re: Bermuda taste defeat against T&T
« Reply #6 on: July 06, 2011, 12:02:30 PM »
Bermuda taste defeat against T&T
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Bermuda 1 Trinidad 5

Bermuda women's national team were well beaten by Trinidad in the opening match of their 2012 Olympic qualifiers.

Tschana Wade scored the lone goal for the Islanders in the Dominican Republic where the qualifiers are being held.

Scott Morton's side face the hosts tomorrow in their second match.

Morton said: "I wouldn't say (Trinidad) were too strong for us, but our fitness was definitely a problem.

"We were more effective in the first half than the second and caused Trinidad some problems.

"The girls are still in high spirits and we're looking forward to our next game."

The winner of the group will advance to the final qualification round while the runner-up will go into a play off for the third Caribbean qualifying spot.

Bermuda's final match is against Dominica on Saturday.

Our reporting does be so bias ?? not a mention of any of the scorers or goals by the opponents  ?? Like dey play deyself ??

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #7 on: July 06, 2011, 06:58:59 PM »
guys we totally dominated this game ... it shouldve been 13 or 14 to 1... cross bar & goal post after cross bar AND goal post in the first half ... omg ... near  misses and or shots at the keeper ...bermuda gave up (MOST PLAYERS DiD)in the 2nd half of the 2nd half .. never seen anything like it as their team was infighting .. very undisciplined .. coach sceaming at their players as well.... Ther princesses look good considering that they are running with all local talent , the only foreign based player they have is King from Toronto as she has taken this year off school.

was expecting a better pitch for a CFU match... in the middle of no-where  .. drivers are nuts as well.. omfg.. will try and post some pics asap ..

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Soca Princesses whip Bermuda 5-1
« Reply #8 on: July 07, 2011, 05:52:10 AM »
Soca Princesses whip Bermuda 5-1
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Five different players were among the goals as T&T’s Soca Princesses whipped Bermuda 5-1 in their opening match of the preliminary round of the Women’s Caribbean Zone  Group B of the London 2012 Olympic Football Tournament. This was at the Estadio Panamericano Stadium, Dominican Republic on Tuesday night.

The speedy Australian-based T&T striker and captain Kennya “Yaya” Cordner fired her team ahead in the eight minute while former Under-17 World Cup standout, Khadidra Debesette doubled the advantage four minutes later. Against the run of play, Bermuda pulled a goal back on the half hour mark via Tschana Wade, to trail 2-1 at the interval.

In the second-half, T&T quickly reasserted itself and added to its tally with Candace Edwards (56th), Janine Francois (58th) and Karyn Forbes (67th) all on target, to seal the easy win and go top of the table on goal-difference from the host which blanked Dominica 3-0. Johanna Santelis (25th), Yaquesi Nunez (44th) and Ana Farias (70th) were the players on target for Dominican Republic. Today, the Soca Princesses will go after their second win when they meet Dominica from 2 pm while Dominican Republic entertains Bermuda two hours later. On Saturday, the round-robin group will end with Bermuda facing Dominica at 2 pm followed by T&T against the host in what is expected to be the group decider.

At the end of the series, the winner of the group will advance to the Concacaf Final Round qualification round to be held in Canada in January 19 -29. Last week, Haiti won the Group A ahead of Cuba on goal-difference after both teams ended with seven points each in their round-robin series which also included Suriname and host Aruba. The Haitians ended with a plus-12 goal difference in its three games while Cuba had a plus-three.

The best runner-up from the two CFU groups will join the other teams in Canada from which two teams will qualify for next year’s Olympic Games in London. Already, Canada, the reigning Concacaf women’s champion, USA, Mexico have secured Concacaf Final Round spots while the two from Central America are still to be decided.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #9 on: July 07, 2011, 11:12:45 AM »
In the other caribbean group A, Haiti cleaned house by defeating the host Aruba 6-0, Surinam 4-0 an tied Cuba to win the group...

I love to see the socca  women against my Haitian girls in an all Caribbean final where the winner will take all..

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Olympic women ease past Bermuda
« Reply #10 on: July 07, 2011, 06:18:55 PM »
Olympic women ease past Bermuda
By Shaun Fuentes (TTFF)


Trinidad and Tobago’s Olympic Women’s team got their Caribbean Football Union qualification for the 2012 Olympics off to a winning start with a comfortable 5-1 victory over Bermuda in Dominican Republic on Tuesday.

T&T got their goals from Janine Francois, Kennya Cordner, Khadidra Debessette, Karyn Forbes and Candace Edwards. Tschana Wade scored the lone goal for Bermuda to leave them trailing 2-1 at half time. T&T then took control with three goals in the second half.

T&T head coach Richard Hood was pleased with the opening win.

“It’s a good win to start off with but the tournament is not over yet.We still have two more games to play and we want to top the group. We will definitely be looking to come away with another impressive victory in our next match,” Hood said.

Bermuda head coach Scott Morton added: "I wouldn't say (Trinidad) were too strong for us, but our fitness was definitely a problem. We were more effective in the first half than the second and caused Trinidad some problems.

T&T faces Dominica in their second game on Thursday and then close off the round against Dominican Republic on Saturday.The winner of the group will advance to the final qualification round while the runner-up will go into a play off for the third Caribbean qualifying spot.

Richard Hood later submitted a summary to TTFF Media.
"The T&T senior WNT completed a comprehensive 5-1 victory over their Bermudan counterparts at the Estadio Panamericano, San cristibal, Dominican Republic, on Tuesday evening. The Soca Princesses got off to a flying start with team Captain, Kenya "Yaya" Cordner striking in the 4th minute following great work down the right flank by Khadidra Debesette.

Debesette herself found the back of the net herself with a blast off a center from Patrice Campbell on the left flank. T&T the let their opponents in the game briefly as they got a goal following a lapse in concentration in the defense, but that was their only sight of goal as our girls totally dominated proceedings scoring three unanswered items in the second half through big shots from Candace Edwards in the 55th and Janine Francois five minutes later as well as a Karyn Forbes penalty in the 87th following a foul on Cordner.

"It is great to start the tournament on such a positive note. I thought that the Bermudan team was well organized and had some good players amongst them, but we were just too much for them. We had good attacks coming down both flanks and through the middle as well. And our defense played compact and assured except for a momentary lapse in focus which resulted in the opponents goal. Generally, I would have liked us to have scored more goals as we missed a number of chances, but I was relatively pleased with the performance," Hood stated.

Meantime, Haiti  claimed a place in the finals CONCACAF Olympic women's qualifying, beating host Aruba 8-0 to earn one of the Caribbean's three berths last weekend.

Roselord Borgella scored three goals and Wisline Dolce and Roseleine Joseph had a pair each Sunday to lead Haiti, which also drew 1-1 with Cuba and beat Suriname 4-0. Joseph had Haiti's lone goal against Cuba on Friday, while Dolce had the finale against Suriname.

Both Haiti and Cuba finished atop Group A with seven points each, but Haiti advanced with a plus-12 goal difference in its three games. Cuba had a plus-3.

Haiti will be joined by the Group B winner and best runner-up from the two groups at the CONCACAF finals in Vancouver January 19-29. Two teams will qualify from CONCACAF for next year's Olympic Games in London.
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Soca Princesses hammer Dominica 14-1
« Reply #11 on: July 07, 2011, 06:21:31 PM »
Soca Princesses hammer Dominica 14-1
By Shaun Fuentes (TTFF)


Trinidad and Tobago's Olympic women's team virtually assured themselves of a place in the final CONCACAF qualification round in Vancouver next January with a comprehensive 14-1 victory over Dominica on Thursday.

Following their 5-1 win over Bermuda two days ago, the Richard Hood-coached team will close off their CFU campaign against Dominican Republic on Saturday as they seek to maintain their impressive one hundred percent winning record.

T&T got their goals from Kennya Cordner (9), Karyn Forbes (3) , Janelle Mc Gee (1) and Jo Marie Lewis (1).

Hood was satisfied to see his team finish off their opponents in a no-nonsense fashion.

"We never let our foot off the gas even though we were dominating and went up by five goals. The girls kept up the pressure and converted their chances which was a good sight for me," Hood said. "We missed some chances in the first match but today we really took control and took care of the opportunities on goal. We will now look to finish the round with an equally impressive showing on Saturday and then work on maintaining that form for the final stage in Vancouver next January as we seek to book a spot at the next Olympics," added Hood who is in charge as head coach for the first time in his career having served as an assistant on previous assignments.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #12 on: July 07, 2011, 06:43:09 PM »
According to this: http://prensafedofutbol.blogspot.com/2011/07/dominicana-vence-1-0-bermudas.html

T&T 13-1 Dominica
Dominican Republic 1-0 Bermuda

T&T meet DR for the group title on Saturday, needing just a draw to go through to the CONCACAF Final Round in Canada in January.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #13 on: July 07, 2011, 06:57:06 PM »
http://futbolfcsancristobal.blogspot.com/2011/07/eliminatoria-femenina-juegos-olimpicos_07.html

ELIMINATORIA FEMENINA JUEGOS OLIMPICOS 2012
Resultados de la 2 fecha

Trinidad y tobago golea 13-1 a Dominica y Republica Dominicana gana por la minima 1-0 a Bermuda.


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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #14 on: July 07, 2011, 07:23:37 PM »
Nah, dah is a mistake. Is 3-1.

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2011, 07:50:07 PM »
Ah glad for de ladies eh, but how can you beat a team by 13 goals and still collect one ?

We need to improve our defence ?
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2011, 08:10:17 PM »
well done ladies,dis is how you do it !!!!!!!!!

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2011, 08:10:48 PM »
Ah glad for de ladies eh, but how can you beat a team by 13 goals and still collect one ?

We need to improve our defence ?

Daiz what bothering me. We win de last game 5-1 and soccer19 say Bermuda was in a mess. Now we give up another goal in a 14-1 game.  :-\
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #19 on: July 07, 2011, 08:17:14 PM »
guys we totally dominated this game ... it shouldve been 13 or 14 to 1... cross bar & goal post after cross bar AND goal post in the first half ... omg ... near  misses and or shots at the keeper ...bermuda gave up (MOST PLAYERS DiD)in the 2nd half of the 2nd half .. never seen anything like it as their team was infighting .. very undisciplined .. coach sceaming at their players as well.... Ther princesses look good considering that they are running with all local talent , the only foreign based player they have is King from Toronto as she has taken this year off school.

was expecting a better pitch for a CFU match... in the middle of no-where  .. drivers are nuts as well.. omfg.. will try and post some pics asap ..

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2011, 08:27:10 PM »
sorry folks.. its a 3 hrs drive from san cristobal to laromana wheere my better half and i r staaying.. have not  had time to download the pics yet as am on vacation too ..ya know...lmao... i thought todays score was 14 to 1.. and it shouldve been 21 to 1 ... the princess were on fire .. nice ball move movement all around too... dominica gaol wwas on a well placed free kick from about 27 yrads out .. forbes just missed it as  the ball was placed in the toughest spot for her .. was areally nice kick..will try and get pics done on saturday as have  atour tommorow..swimming with the stingrays in punta canna  ;D

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #21 on: July 09, 2011, 05:01:26 PM »
Results today:

Bermuda 5-0 Dominica
Dominican Republic 1-0 Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago is out of the 2012 Olympics.

Dominican Republic join Haiti and Cuba in the 8-team final round.  According to Cuban news, there will be no play-off between the 2nd-placed teams, and the 2nd-placed team with the best record (Cuba had 7 points, T&T had 6) advances to the final round.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #22 on: July 09, 2011, 05:46:59 PM »
Same ole  Same ole- Hear the coach we can take care of business with a locally based team- Sounds familiar.
 Cant wait to hear the excuses. Tired legs - we took the team for granted. etc etc.

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #23 on: July 09, 2011, 05:55:51 PM »
Results today:

Bermuda 5-0 Dominica
Dominican Republic 1-0 Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago is out of the 2012 Olympics.

Dominican Republic join Haiti and Cuba in the 8-team final round.  According to Cuban news, there will be no play-off between the 2nd-placed teams, and the 2nd-placed team with the best record (Cuba had 7 points, T&T had 6) advances to the final round.

huh?  ??? wtf ?
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #24 on: July 09, 2011, 06:07:33 PM »
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #25 on: July 09, 2011, 06:21:49 PM »
A baseball country beat we.... lard....

We win two games that is 6 points and scored 14 goals.....

The best runner-up from the two CFU groups will join the other teams in Canada from which two teams will qualify for next year’s Olympic Games in London. Already, Canada, the reigning Concacaf women’s champion, USA, Mexico have secured Concacaf Final Round spots while the two from Central America are still to be decided.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #26 on: July 09, 2011, 06:43:18 PM »
Hard luck ladies
       I don't think luck has anything to do with that,we have been consistantly getting one goal through this tournament and paid no attention to it,it's the same goal that come back to haunt us.

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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #27 on: July 09, 2011, 07:06:31 PM »
can't understand this,its very confusing !!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #28 on: July 09, 2011, 07:57:25 PM »
Wait...huh? If this is true we are the absolute worst? There is no way on this green polluted earth that DR can beat us. NO way. This have to be a joke. Soccer19 will let us know the real score.
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Re: Thread for the women Olympic Qualifiers
« Reply #29 on: July 09, 2011, 08:32:13 PM »
Hard luck ladies
       I don't think luck has anything to do with that,we have been consistantly getting one goal through this tournament and paid no attention to it,it's the same goal that come back to haunt us.

Dunno if goals scored on us in a 13-1 and a 1-0 outcome are comparable in this situation. You may be correct but not having seen the game I can't really comment. Just offering the girls a little support.
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