June 29, 2022, 04:37:55 PM

Poll

Can T&T make it out of this group.

Yes
7 (100%)
No
0 (0%)

Total Members Voted: 7

Author Topic: Women U-20 Football Thread  (Read 63811 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Women U-20 Football Thread
« on: November 04, 2005, 07:31:56 AM »
Football camp for T&T U-20 women.
By: JoelL Bailey (Newsday).
[/size]

Twenty three players were selected by national coach Jamaal Shabazz for a week-long camp, ahead of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-20 Women’s Final Round qualifiers here in Trinidad.
The camp will be held at Frederick Settlement, Caroni and runs from Sunday until the start of the CFU contest on November 13.
According to Shabazz, the technical staff will take a look at the 23 players during the course of next week, before narrowing the squad to 18 on November 11.
The players will test their readiness for the series when they oppose the national senior squad in a practice match from 4 pm on Sunday at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima.
Under the captaincy of Aveann Douglas, the Under-20 unit includes a number of experienced players, including the American-based trio of Katrina Meyer, fellow defender Kia Rigsby and striker Maylee Attin-Johnson.
Other senior players on the training squad are goalkeeper Gail-Ann Thomas, defenders Ayanna Russell, Christine Rose and Anastasia Prescott, playmaker Dernelle Mascall, winger Jamilia Mathlin and pint-sized forward Kennya Cordner.
Completing the team are goalkeepers Kamica Forbes and Tricia Lawrence, defenders Patrice Superville, Tamar Watson and Kenya Charles, midfielders Karen Forbes, Janine Francois and Stephanie Barrow, and strikers Janeil Nivet, Candice Edwards and the lanky Bianca Walker.
The CFU tournament, featuring Jamaica, Suriname and Haiti kicks off on November 13 with a double-header at the Larry Gomes Stadium, with Haiti opposing Suriname and TT meeting Jamaica. Two days later, Jamaica will face Suriname and the national team hosts Haiti while, on November 17, the Jamaicans square off against Haiti while the TT lasses meet Suriname.
The top three teams will advance to the CONCACAF Final Round Qualification in Mexico, following which three teams will progress to the 2006 FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Championships in Russia.
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline elan

  • Go On ......Get In There!!!!!!!!
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 11629
  • WaRRioR fOr LiFe!!!!!
    • View Profile
Re: Football camp for T&T U-20 women.
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2005, 08:54:24 AM »
Our women team could be so much better, than it is. But we do not support them as we should and as a result we allow anything to happen with the team. Just look at the coaching staff.
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/blUSVALW_Z4" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer" class="bbc_link bbc_flash_disabled new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/blUSVALW_Z4</a>

Offline baby face

  • New Warrior
  • *
  • Posts: 13
    • View Profile
Re: Football camp for T&T U-20 women.
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2005, 07:43:41 PM »
i think if ttfa adverise the female football teams and let the public about the uncoming game by advertising on tv it would help.

Offline tnt4tony

  • New Warrior
  • *
  • Posts: 4
    • View Profile
Re: Football camp for T&T U-20 women.
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2005, 12:25:02 AM »
Where are the results from Sundays U20 matches?
That's one problem. No news coverage? or forum news info.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Women U-20 Football Thread
« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2005, 03:34:58 AM »
Beaten Women U-20s look to rebound.
Kern De Freitas (Express).
[/size]

The Trinidad and Tobago women's Under-20 team stumbled in their quest to qualify for the CONCACAF round of qualifying for the World Youth Championships when they were beaten 1-0 by Jamaica in Caribbean Football Union qualifying on Sunday night.
A lone item provided by Shanique Mitchell after a goalkeeping blunder by T&T's Trisha Lawrence, left the young female "Warriors" without a point in their first match of the series, at the Larry Gomes Stadium, in Arima. Haiti and Suriname are also involved.
In the first half, T&T could have gone ahead on several occasions, but the finishing lacked the aggression necessary to counteract the physical play of the Jamaicans.
The hosts kept the pressure up, backed by a vocal crowd at the Malabar Stadium, and had several near misses in the first half, the best of which came from T&T's US-based striker Maylee Attin-Johnson.
She was sent through by Anastasia Prescott on the left flank, but lost out on approaching goal in a one-on-one with Jamaican defender Yolanda Hamilton.
Attin-Johnson's striking partner, the diminutive, tricky Kennya Cordner also missed out on a great ball a few minutes later, as she was slow to react, allowing the Jamaican defence to clear.
The Jamaicans were consigned to shooting from outside the box for most of the half, as the back four of Prescott, Kia Rigsby, Ayana Russell and Katrina Meyer held the backline well on a wet and slippery surface.
Just before the interval, T&T skipper Aveann Douglas had a crack at goal, but her chip went awry.
The two teams started slow for after the break, with T&T settling first. But although they exhibited better passing skill than their counterparts, the Jamaicans made good use of their physical power and superior speed in defence.
They were given an opening in the 62nd, but Venicia Reid missed the far post with Lawrence committed to a dive.
In the 66th, Douglas headed a Dernell Mascall left-side corner into the side netting. From the ensuing Jamaican attack, the ball was played into space beyond the 18-metre area. Russell and Lawrence ran to intercept, but the latter's weak clearance dropped at the feet of Mitchell, who raced into the box and deposited in the far corner.
The goal gave the Jamaicans impetus to press forward, but they made little use of their speed. At the other end, T&T were desperate for the equaliser, but Attin-Johnson and company could not find the net when it counted.
In the earlier match of the double-header, Suriname also had a win over Haiti, Aisha Smit finding the net in the 48th and 68th minutes to seal a 2-1 victory over Haiti.
T&T next face the Haitians today in a double-header at the same venue from 7 p.m. Before that, the Jamaicans tackle Suriname in the first match, at 5 p.m.

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: Trisha Lawrence; Katrina Meyer, Anastasia Prescott, Kia Rigsby (Jemilia Mathlin 58th), Ayanna Russell, Patrice Superville (Kermica Alexander 69th); Dernelle Mascall, Aveann Douglas (capt), Janine Francois (Karyn Forbes 53rd); Maylee Attin-Johnson, Kennya Cordner.

JAMAICA: Paula Jackson; Julie Fearon, Natanya Manyan, Stacy-Ann Johnson (capt), Yolanda Hamilton; Rochelle Bryan (Shereen Clarke 60th), Peta-Gaye Soman (Kenesha Reid 87th), Omolyn Davis (Shakira Duncan 73rd), Kimmia Parker; Venicia Reid, Shanique Mitchell.
« Last Edit: November 16, 2005, 08:24:52 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline oconnorg

  • PROUD MEMBER OF THE WARRIOR NATION
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 3263
    • View Profile
Re: Beaten Women U-20s look to rebound.
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2005, 05:45:14 AM »
Awe dammit.. Hope dem Gyul Pick it up oui!
COMMISSIONER OF THE ANTI WAGGONIST ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (AWATT)

The Warrior Nation
www.TheWarriorNation.com

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #6 on: November 19, 2005, 07:03:43 AM »
U-20 women in Mexico finals.
By: Joel Bailey (Newsday).
[/size]

Strikers Maylee Attin-Johnson and Kennya Cordner each scored twice to guide Trinidad and Tobago to a 4-0 trouncing of Suriname in the final match of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under-20 series at the Larry Gomes Stadium, Arima on Thursday night.
Attin-Johnson found the back of the net in the 14th and 35th minutes while Cordner was on target in the 22nd and 59th minutes.
In another match Jamaica completed their unbeaten run in the round-robin competition with a narrow 1-0 victory over Haiti, courtesy of a 77th minute strike from Venicia Reid.
Reid was later adjudged the "Most Valuable Player" while Cordner got the "Golden Boot" as the top goalscorer with four goals. The hosts were also recipients of the Fair Play Award while the Best Goalkeeper accolade went to Jamaican Paula Jackson.
Haiti, who were beaten in their three matches, were the odd ones out as Jamaica, TT and Suriname all advanced to the CONCACAF Under-20 Final Round qualifiers in Mexico in January.
Those three teams will join two Central American teams including Panama, Canada, the United States and the Mexicans in the eight-team competition, with three teams progressing to the 2006 FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Championships in Russia.
Following Thursday’s match, national coach Jamaal Shabazz noted: "I think we improved with every game and we were able to have a lot of questions answered in terms of who would be ready to play at the next level.
"The good thing is that we tried all 20 players (who) got a chance to play at least 30 minutes," he added. "We know we have a lot of work to do for the CONCACAF leg of the tournament."
"Generally we need to raise the level of our game but I think we’re going to emphasise more defensive organisation because of the fact that, in the CONCACAF region, we’ll be meeting opponents who’ll be superior to us," said Shabazz.
And he will be getting back into action very soon as the squad prepare for the Final Round phase.
"The good thing is that (during) the Christmas vacation we will have the availability of the foreign-based players so we will get a chance to do some work," he stated. "We’ll rest for a week and we’ll get back into action," he said.

Under-20 Women’s Honour Roll:

Player of the tournament: Vernecia Reid (Jamaica)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament: Paula Jackson (Jamaica)

Golden Boot: Kennya Cordner 4 (T&T)

Fair Play Award: T&T

Final Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Qualification.

Teams P W D L F A Pts

Jamaica 3 3 0 0 4 1 9
T&T 3 2 1 0 7 2 6
Suriname 3 1 2 0 2 7 3
Haiti 3 0 3 0 2 9 0

Summarised CFU Under-20 Women’s scores:

13.11.2005:

Suriname ............................................2 vs
Haiti .......................................................1

Jamaica................................................1 vs
T&T...........................................................0

15.11.2005:

Jamaica...............................................2 vs
Suriname..............................................0

T&T.......................................................3 vs
Haiti........................................................1

17.11.2005:

Jamaica..............................................1 vs
Haiti..........................................................0

T&T....................................................4 vs
Suriname.................................................0
« Last Edit: November 20, 2005, 07:33:03 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline oconnorg

  • PROUD MEMBER OF THE WARRIOR NATION
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 3263
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #7 on: November 19, 2005, 07:11:20 AM »
Ah tell alllyuh de chick warrior guh hit gyul BLADE... Well done chikies
COMMISSIONER OF THE ANTI WAGGONIST ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (AWATT)

The Warrior Nation
www.TheWarriorNation.com

Offline Big Magician

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 6725
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #8 on: November 19, 2005, 07:27:50 AM »
well done lases......but next time dont let dem jamaician beat we..please.....
Little Magician is King.......ask Jorge Campos


Offline Sando

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 2993
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #9 on: November 19, 2005, 07:38:26 AM »
Is our youth and women teams wearing the new adidas out fit as well ?

Anyone knows ?

Offline kounty

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 3015
  • Truthfulness is brighter than the light of the sun
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #10 on: November 19, 2005, 10:34:20 AM »
I must admit being new to the women's side of hte game, but I now learning the women have foreign based players too?  a couple players going to school in Florida?  can anyone enlighten?

Offline morvant

  • warrior nation member
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 5429
  • malick till i die
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #11 on: November 19, 2005, 01:34:45 PM »
well done celebration fuh de girls at my house
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"

Offline Pointman

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 4700
  • T&T football: win or lose, we still fetein'
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #12 on: November 19, 2005, 01:43:29 PM »
Well done lil sistahs!!! Mash dem up in Mexico

VIBES IT UP GYUL WARRIORS!!!!
Trini to de bone; Pointman to de bone.

Offline triniairman

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 2733
  • ah doh puh water in meh mouth to talk
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #13 on: November 19, 2005, 02:01:32 PM »
congrats to we girls and good luck in mexico i hope one day allure could beat that blasted american woman team i hate that team i always back any team playin against them to win

Offline Pointman

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 4700
  • T&T football: win or lose, we still fetein'
    • View Profile
Re: U-20 women in Mexico finals.
« Reply #14 on: November 19, 2005, 02:14:34 PM »
congrats to we girls and good luck in mexico i hope one day allure could beat that blasted american woman team i hate that team i always back any team playin against them to win
:rotfl: yuh sound like meh pardnah in England who tell that Black man across dey does back any team who England playing :rotfl:
Trini to de bone; Pointman to de bone.

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Women U-20 Football Thread
« Reply #15 on: January 17, 2006, 03:33:02 AM »
CONCACAF unveil Group A rosters for Women’s U-20 Final Round.[/b]

CONCACAF unveiled today the respective Women’s Under-20 rosters from Canada, Panama Trinidad & Tobago and the host, Mexico for the 2006 CONCACAF Final Round Qualification at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz, Mexico starting this week. COMPLETE SCHEDULE

Group B, which has El Salvador, Jamaica, Surinam and USA, will take place at the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal in Córdoba, Mexico.

Due to the evening arrivals tomorrow into Córdoba by El Salvador, Jamaica and USA, the Group B rosters will be announced sometime on Wednesday.

The winners and runners-up of each group will earn a place in the event’s semifinals at Veracruz’s Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes on 25 January, with the winners of the semifinal games earning a place as CONCACAF representatives in FIFA’s U-20 Women’s World Championship.

CONCACAF’s third spot in the FIFA event will be determined by a third-place play-off game between the two losing semifinalists at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes on 27 January, before the two finalists meet for the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 crown later in the day.

This is the first time that CONCACAF has staged a qualifying event for the Women’s U-20 World Championship. The other CONCACAF Women’s Youth Tournaments were at the U-19 level in Trinidad & Tobago and Canada in 2002 and 2004, respectively.

2006 CONCACAF WOMEN’S UNDER-20 FINAL ROUND QUALIFICATION

FINAL ROSTERS - GROUP A


CANADA

# – Name - Pos. - D.O.B. - Club
 1 - Stephanie Labbe - GK - 10.10.1986 - Univ. of Connecticut/USA
 2 - Katherine Radchuck - DF - 27.02.1986 - Univ. of Connecticut/USA
 3 - Sophie Schmidt - MD - 28.06.1988 - Vancouver Whitecaps
 4 - Caroline Vanderpool - DF - 15.07.1986 - Louisiana State Univ./USA
 5 - Emily Zurrer - DF - 07.12.1987 - Vancouver Whitecaps
 6 - Kaylen Kyle - MD - 06.10.1988 - NTC-P
 7 - Jodi-Ann Robinson - AT - 17.04.1989 - Semiahmoo Spirit
 8 - Véronique Maranda - MD - 18.08.1986 - Univ. of Tennessee/USA
 9 - Selenia Iacchelli - MD - 05.06.1986 - Edmonton Aviators
10 - Amanda Cicchini - MD - 28.02.1987 - West Virginia Univ./USA
11 - Desiree Scott - MD - 31.07.1987 - NTC-P
12 - Robin Rushton - DF - 02.01.1987 - Toronto Lady Lynx
13 - Rheanne Sleiman - AT - 26.09.1989 - NTC-BC
14 - Aysha Jamani - AT - 28.06.1987 - Univ. of Nebraska/USA
15 - Kara Lang - AT - 22.10.1986 - Vancouver Whitecaps
16 - Paige Adams - AT - 06.02.1990 - Coquitlam City
17 - Molly Alexander - AT - 11.01.1986 - Washington State Univ./USA
18 - Eden Hingwing - DF - 11.06.1988 - NTC-BC
19 - Lisa Collison - AT - 02.09.1986 - Ohio State Univ./USA
20 - Erin McNulty - GK - 03.06.1989 - NTC-P
TD: Ian BRIDGE

MEXICO

# – Name - Pos. - D.O.B. - Club
 1 - Anjuli Ladron de Guevara - GK - 07.10.1986 - Chivas
 2 - Marisol Arevalo - DF - 08.06.1987 - Ventura College/USA
 3 - Nancy Gutierrez - DF - 02.06.1987 - Cerritos College/USA
 4 - Leticia Villalpando - MD - 08.01.1988 - Vista del Logo HS/USA
 5 - Isabel Valdez - DF - 19.05.1986 - México FC
 6 - Rebecca Juarez - MD - 13.12.1986 - Arsenal/USA
 7 - Maria De Lourdes Gordillo - MD - 03.04.1986 - Andrea’s Soccer
 8 - Christine Yvette Nieva - AT - 07.10.1986 - Arizona State Univ./USA
 9 - Verónica Charlyn Corral - AT - 11.09.1991 - Andrea’s Soccer
10 - Monica Ocampo - AT - 04.01.1987 - Gaceles Univac
11 - Tania Paola Morales - MD - 22.12.1986 - Chivas
12 - Erika Vanegas - GK - 07.07.1988 - Guerreras
13 - Norma Mendez - MD - 10.03.1987 - Arsenal/USA
14 - Ana Lilia Gomez - MD - 24.07.1987 - Asturias
15 - Rebecca Mendoza - MD - 12.07.1987 - Univ. of Notre Dame/USA
16 - Areli Martinez - AT - 11.03.1988 - Selección Jalisco
17 - Janet Mendez - AT - 24.08.1988 - Arsenal/USA
18 - Nancy Gandarilla - AT - 30.01.1987 - Atlas
19 - Monique Cisneros - AT - 17.11.1989 - Maysair HS/USA
20 - Iliana Palma - AT - 11.05.1988 - Andrea’s Soccer
TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

PANAMA

# – Name - Pos. - D.O.B. - Club
 1 - Laila Fuertes - GK - 22.10.1986 - ULACIT
 2 - Kendra Chavarria - DF - 25.11.1989 - ULACIT
 3 - Mayra De La Rosa - DF - 08.03.1986 - ULACIT
 4 - Karol Solis - DF - 25.08.1986 - San Martin
 5 - Yadira Pacheco - MD - 14.03.1989 - Navy Bay
 6 - Belisa Belloso - DF - 25.06.1987 - Chorrera Sport
 8 - Katherine Sanchez - MD - 12.08.1989 - San Martin
 9 - Joan Rodriguez - AT - 19.03.1987 - San Martin
10 - Yaremis Jimenez - MD - 13.11.1987 - American
11 - Sumara Samuels - MD - 19.10.1988 - ULACIT
12 - Farissa Cordoba - GK - 30.06.1989 - Navy Bay
14 - Kessiah Wattley - MD - 23.03.1989 - San Martin
15 - Nicole Abrego - MD - 29.09.1986 - ULACIT
16 - Yaideth Espino - AT - 15.08.1987 - American
17 - Nayeli Machado - AT - 27.12.1987 - Navy Bay
18 - Verónica Asprilla - DF - 17.07.1987 - Las Aguilas
19 - Carmen Quintana - MD - 05.10.1989 - San Martin
TD: Noel DEVEAUX

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

# – Name - Pos. - D.O.B. - Club
 1 - Kimika Forbes - GK - 28.08.1990 - Stokely Vale FC
 2 - Ayana Russell - DF - 16.03.1988 - Joe Public FC
 3 - Anastasia Prescott - DF - 27.06.1987 - no club
 4 - Katrina Meyer - DF - 23.09.1986 - Joe Public FC
 5 - Kia Rigsby - DF - 09.03.1986 - Florida International Univ./USA
 6 - Jemilia Mathlin - DF - 07.06.1986 - Real Dimensions FC
 7 - Dernelle Mascall - MD - 20.10.1988 - Petrotrin SC
 8 - Patrice Superville - DF - 08.04.1997 - Real Dimensions FC
 9 - Maylee Attin-Johnson - AT - 09.05.1988 - Cumberland Univ./USA
10 - Aveann Douglas - AT - 10.08.1986 - Joe Public FC
11 - Janine Francois - MD - 01.01.1989 - Real Dimensions FC
12 - Maria Mohammed - GK - 20.02.1987 - Univ. of Tampa/USA
13 - Bianca Walker - MD - 05.10.1988 - Real Dimensions FC
14 - Marissa Mohammed - MD - 20.02.1987 - Univ. of Tampa/USA
16 - Christine Rose - DF - 07.03.1987 - Real Dimensions FC
18 - Stephanie De Souza - MD - 15.12.1988 - Gulliver HS
19 - Kennya Cordner - AT - 11.11.1988 - St. Clair Coaching School
20 - Tamar Watson - MD - 30.12.1987 - Real Dimensions FC
21 - Julieann McDougall - GK - 18.10.1989 - St. Clair Coaching School
23 - Kermica Alexander - AT - 19.09.1986 - Memphis FC
TD: Jamaal SHABAZZ
« Last Edit: January 17, 2006, 03:37:59 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline morvant

  • warrior nation member
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 5429
  • malick till i die
    • View Profile
Re: CONCACAF unveil Group A rosters for Women’s U-20 Final Round.
« Reply #16 on: January 17, 2006, 05:50:20 AM »
must make it out ah that group

go warriors
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #17 on: January 21, 2006, 03:21:34 AM »
Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.

Canada and the host Mexico secured their berths to the semifinals of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round after defeating Panama and Trinidad & Tobago, respectively, in Group A at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz on Friday. COMPLETE STANDINGS
Three goals by Jodi-Ann Robinson, two tallies from Aysha Jamani and another by Eden Hingwing led Canada (2-0-0, 6 Points) to a 6:0 victory over Panama (0-2-0, 0 Points). The victory extends the maple leafs’ perfect record in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification games to 7-0-0.
In the other Group A encounter on Friday, Verónica Charlyn Corral and Tania Paola Morales each scored for Mexico (2-0-0, 6 Points) in the 2:0 win against Trinidad & Tobago (0-2-0, 0 Points).
The 2006 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Final Round continues on Saturday with Group B action at the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal in Córdoba as Jamaica (0-1-0, 0 Points) takes on El Salvador (1-0-0, 3 Points) at 12:00 and then Surinam (0-1-0, 0 Points) meets USA (1-0-0, 3 Points) at 14:30.
At the conclusion of the first round on 23 January, the winners and runners-up of each group will earn a place in the event’s semifinals at Veracruz’s Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes on 25 January, with the winners of the semifinal games earning a place as CONCACAF representatives in FIFA’s U-20 Women’s World Championship.
CONCACAF’s third spot in the FIFA event will be determined by a third-place play-off game between the two losing semifinalists at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes on 27 January, before the two finalists meet for the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 crown later in the day.

2006 CONCACAF WOMEN’S UNDER-20 FINAL ROUND

Group A: Veracruz, MEXICO; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes

20.01.2006: PANAMA – CANADA 0:6 (0:3) (A: 800)

Aysha JAMANI 8’, 49’; Jodi-Ann ROBINSON 18’, 62’, 68’; Eden HINGWING 28’

PAN: 1-Laila Fuertes – Kendra Chavarria, 3-Mayra De La Rosa, 5-Yadira Pacheco, 6-Belisa Belloso, 9-Joan Rodriguez, 10-Yaremis Jimenez (46: 16-Yaideth Espino), 11-Sumara Samuels, 15-Nicole Abrego-C (78: 14-Kesiah Wattley), Veronica Asprilla, Carmen Quintana. Booked: De La Rosa 14’, Pacheco 18’, Abrego 61’

TD: Noel DEVEAUX

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4-Caroline Vanderpool, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinso, 8-Veronique Maranda (59: 6-Kaylen Kyle), 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani, 16-Paige Adams, 18-Eden Hingwing (80: 5-Emily Zurrer), 19-Lisa Collison (67: 13-Rheanne Sleiman). Booked: none

TD: Ian BRIDGE

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

MEXICO – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2:0 (2:0) (A: 4500)

Tania Paola MORALES 9’; Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 18’

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 2-Marisol Arevalo (28: 15-Rebecca Mendoza), 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez, 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C, 8-Christine Yvette Nieva (59: 17-Janet Mendez), 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral, 10-Monica Ocampo, 11-Tania Paola Morales (70: 18-Nancy Gandarilla). Booked: Nieva 52’, Ocampo 67’

TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes – 2-Ayana Russell, 3-Anastasia Prescott, 4-Katrina Meyer, 6-Jemilia Mathlin (85: 20-Tamar Watson), 7-Dernelle Mascall, 8-Patrice Superville (71: 23-Kermica Alexander), 9-Maylee Attin-Johnson-C, 10-Aveann Douglas, 14-Marissa Mohammed (52: 18-Stephanie De Souza), 19-Kennya Cordner. Booked: Prescott 42’, Cordner 86’

TD: Jamaal SHABAZZ

R: Sandra SERAFINI (USA)

22.01.2006: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – PANAMA (12:00)

R: Sandra SERAFINI (USA)

MEXICO – CANADA (15:00)

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

Group B: Córdoba, MEXICO; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal

21.01.2006: JAMAICA – EL SALVADOR (12:00)

R: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

SURINAM – USA (14:30)

R: Veronica BRITO BRITO (MEX)

23.01.2006: JAMAICA – SURINAM (12:00)

R: Veronica BRITO BRITO (MEX)

USA – EL SALVADOR (14:30)

R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

GOALSCORERS

Verónica Charlyn CORRAL (MEX) - 5
Jodi-Ann ROBINSON (CAN) - 4
Aysha JAMANI (CAN) - 3
Patricia Gabriela CARONA (SLV) - 2
Lauren CHENEY (USA) - 2
Tania Paola MORALES (MEX) - 2
Christine NIEVA (MEX) - 2
Reanner SLEIMAN (CAN) - 2
Patricia Elizabeth CAMPOS (SLV) - 1
Lisa COLLISON (CAN) - 1
Christina DIMARTINO (USA) - 1
Aveann DOUGLAS (TRI) - 1 (1 pen)
Eden HINGWING (CAN) -1
Kaylen KYLE (CAN) - 1
Veronique MARANDA (CAN) - 1
Rebecca MENDEZ (MEX) - 1
Monica OCAMPO (MEX) - 1
Amy RODRIGUEZ (USA) - 1
Peta-Gaye SOMAN (JAM) - 1
Isabel VALDEZ (MEX) - 1

Source:
concacaf.com
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline injunchile

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 1964
    • View Profile
Re: Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #18 on: January 21, 2006, 07:06:14 AM »
CONCacaf Teams are so predictable. We continue to give away early goals.
 Oh well. I guess we will hear and be grateful that we only got 2 from Mexico. And that will be a plus to take away from this tournament.
 Then we will do like the men's team and bring in the foreign base.
 The more things change the more they remain the same. Trinidad has a monopoly on that saying.

Offline Mose

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 2231
    • View Profile
Re: Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #19 on: January 21, 2006, 12:04:13 PM »
I for one am not grateful that we only got 2 from Mexico. I was hoping/looking for us to possibly win that game and now I'm expecting us to beat Panama and I will be rather disappointed if we don't.
Are you a match? It's too late for Emru, but maybe you can help save someone's life: http://www.healemru.com

Offline jonny

  • Sr. Warrior
  • ****
  • Posts: 305
    • View Profile
Re: Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #20 on: January 22, 2006, 03:36:58 PM »
Trinidad & Tobago win last match 3-1 against Panama.


Offline morvant

  • warrior nation member
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 5429
  • malick till i die
    • View Profile
Re: Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #21 on: January 22, 2006, 03:38:07 PM »
good news ;D
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?"

Offline FF

  • Moderator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 7511
    • View Profile
Re: Canada & Mexico secure berths to CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Semifinals.
« Reply #22 on: January 22, 2006, 04:13:52 PM »
Trinidad & Tobago win last match 3-1 against Panama.



Yes good news indeed... well done ladies!!
THE BEATINGS WILL CONTINUE UNTIL MORALE IMPROVES

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
USA captures 2006 CONCACAF Women’s U-20s; Mexico gains final berth.
« Reply #23 on: January 28, 2006, 03:35:46 AM »
USA captures 2006 CONCACAF Women’s U-20s; Mexico gains final berth.

The USA captured their first CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Tournament Title after a 3:2 victory over Canada in the 2006 Final at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz, Mexico on Friday. COMPLETE STANDINGS
With both teams already qualified to the 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship in Russia, the stars & stripes took a 1:0 lead in the CONCACAF finale with a goal by Amy Rodriguez in the opening eight minutes, but Aysha Jamani tied it for the maple leafs in the 56th minute of the second half.
Jodi-Ann Robinson gave Canada the 2:1 advantage in the 60th minute-mark, but Jessica Rodstedt leveled the match for the USA 12 minutes later.
Lauren Cheney scored the game-winner for the stars & stripes in the 81st minute as it ended the maple leafs’ nine-game winning streak in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification.
Earlier in the day, Mexico gained the final Confederation berth to the 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship after defeating Jamaica 4:1 in the CONCACAF Tournament’s Third-Place game at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes.
The tricolores opened the scoring in 19 minutes into the match with an own goal by the reggae girlz’ Christina Murray, but Venicia Reid tied it in the 33rd minute-mark.
Nancy Gandarilla gave Mexico a 2:1 lead two minutes into the second half and then Verónica Charlyn Corral scored in the 68th and 90th minutes, respectively, for the 4:1 final as it will be the tricolores second appearance in a FIFA Women’s Youth Tournament later this year in Russia.

2006 CONCACAF WOMEN’S UNDER-20 FINAL ROUND

Third Place

27.01.2006: Veracruz, MEXICO; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 1537)

MEXICO – JAMAICA 4:1 (1:1)

OG 19’; Nancy GANDARILLA 47’; Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 68’, 90’ – Venicia REID 33’

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 2-Marisol Arevalo, 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez (83: 17-Janet Mendez), 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C, 8-Christine Yvette Nieva, 10-Monica Ocampo (46: 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral), 13-Norma Mendez (46: 15-Rebecca Mendoza), 18-Nancy Gandarilla. Booked: none

TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

JAM: 13-Paula Jackson – 4-Shanique Mitchell, 7-Venicia Reid-C, 8-Julie Fearon, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman (81: 3-Correne Walker), 10-Omolyn Davis (37: 17-Shereen Clarke), 11-Kimmia Parker, 12-Natalya Manyan, 16-Yolanda Hamilton, 19-Shakira Duncan (67: 5-Kenesha Reid), 20-Christine Murray. Booked: Parker 51’, Fearon 68’, K. Reid 90’

TD: Vin BLAINE

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

Final

27.01.2006: Veracruz, MEXICO; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 1537)

CANADA – USA 2:3 (0:1)

Aysha JAMANI 56’; Jodi-Ann ROBINSON 60’ – Amy RODRIGUEZ 8’; Jessia RODSTEDT 72’; Lauren CHENEY 81’

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4-Caroline Vanderpool, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinson, 8-Veronique Maranda, 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani, 15-Kara Lang (45: 19-Lisa Collison), 16-Paige Adams (5-Emily Zurrer), 18-Eden Hingwing (81: 13-Rheanne Sleiman). Booked: Schmidt 26’

TD: Ian BRIDGE

USA: 18-Kelsey Davis – 2-Jordan Angelli, 4-Caroline Dew, 5-Nicole Kryzsik-C, 7-Amanda Poach, 8-Lauren Cheney, 11-Brittany Brock (59: 13-Christina DiMartino), 12-Amy Rodriguez (45: 14-Jessica Rodstedt), 15-Lindsey Beam, 16-Kelley O’Hara (89: 19-Meagan Holmes), 17-Sarah Wagenfuhr. Booked: Dew 35’, Beam 89’, Sent offs: Dew 41’

TD: Timonthy SCHULZ

R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

GOALSCORERS
Verónica Charlyn CORRAL (MEX) - 8
Lauren CHENEY (USA) - 5
Jodi-Ann ROBINSON (CAN) - 5
Amy RODRIGUEZ (USA) - 4
Aysha JAMANI (CAN) - 4
Kimmia PARKER (JAM) -  4
Venicia REID (JAM) - 4
Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON (TRI) - 3
Kenesha REID (JAM) - 3
Jessica RODSTEDT (USA) - 3
Brittany BROCK (USA) - 2
Patricia Elizabeth CAMPOS (SLV) - 2
Patricia Gabriela CARONA (SLV) - 2
Lisa COLLISON (CAN) - 2
Tania Paola MORALES (MEX) - 2
Christine NIEVA (MEX) - 2
Monica OCAMPO (MEX) - 2 (1 pen)
Sophie SCHMIDT (CAN) - 2
Reanner SLEIMAN (CAN) - 2
Omolyn DAVIS (JAM) - 1
Caroline DEW (USA) - 1
Christina DIMARTINO (USA) - 1
Aveann DOUGLAS (TRI) - 1 (1 pen)
Shakira DUNCAN (JAM) - 1
Nancy GANDARILLA (MEX) - 1
Eden HINGWING (CAN) -1
Selenia IACCHELLI (CAN) - 1
Kaylen KYLE (CAN) - 1
Kara LANG (CAN) - 1
Alexandra LONG (USA) - 1
Veronique MARANDA (CAN) - 1
Rebecca MENDEZ (MEX) - 1
Kelley O’HARA (USA) - 1
Amanda POACH (USA) - 1
Joan RODRIGUEZ (PAN) - 1
Peta-Gaye SOMAN (JAM) - 1
Isabel VALDEZ (MEX) - 1

Own Goals:
Roxane DJARSKI (SUR) -1
Christina MURRAY (JAM)-1

Source:
concacaf.com
« Last Edit: January 28, 2006, 03:39:33 AM by Flex »
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline capodetutticapi

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 10942
  • veni vidi vici
    • View Profile
Women U-20 Football Thread
« Reply #24 on: September 01, 2006, 08:47:25 AM »
it is an all asian final between korea and china.korea beat brazil  1 nil and the chinese beat boo.s.a on penalties.
« Last Edit: November 17, 2021, 07:50:31 AM by Flex »
soon ah go b ah lean mean bulling machine.

Offline palos

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 11529
  • Test
    • View Profile
Re: women u-20 championship
« Reply #25 on: September 01, 2006, 09:37:22 AM »
2 surprising results in a sense but good for the women's game overall.
Carlos "The Rolls Royce" Edwards

Offline Midknight

  • Midknight
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 5733
  • President of the Reality Check Commitee
    • View Profile
Re: women u-20 championship
« Reply #26 on: September 01, 2006, 06:52:41 PM »
2 surprising results in a sense but good for the women's game overall.

nah dem results ent so surprising. the rest of the world ketch up with them us women, some time ago, even on senior level, so doh talk about youth level.

China always been very strong and Korea been showing some real good stuff since.

Brazil reaching the semifinals is actually more surprising than the us not reaching the finals. Doh feel is because is brazil that mean they good in football. Mostly years now the brazilian women playing crap, they just tend to have one or two extremely gifted players who carry the whole team (like Marta in the olympics), but overall they tended to be weaker than the american, german/sweden and chinese (and now korean) counterparts
Go Black if you want Jack to Track Back! I support all Soca Warriors - Red, White and Blacklisted.

D baddest SW compilation ever

Offline Flex

  • Administrator
  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 17548
  • A Trini 4 Real.
    • View Profile
    • Soca Warriors Online
T&T girls gear up for U20 football qualifiers.
« Reply #27 on: July 03, 2007, 08:48:47 PM »
T&T girls gear up for U20 football qualifiers.
By: Shaun Fuentes (TTFF).


Trinidad and Tobagos National Under 20 Womens team captain Alana Lum York believes that her team is progressing at the right pace ahead of their Caribbean Football Union leg of World Cup qualifying games set to kick off here next month.
The T&T team, coached by Izler Browne and managed by Ricarda Nelson returned home from Curacao on Monday after coming away victorious in a four-nation warm up tournament hosted by the Netherlands Antilles.
The young girls defeated Aruba 1-0 with Candace Edwards scoring the lone item and then came from a goal down to get the better of Suriname 3-1 in the final on Sunday. Natana Thomas, Karyn Forbes and Moriah Shade were the ones on target in the closing fixture.
Lum York, a current Real Dimension member and past student/ player with 2005 Girls Intercol Champions Providence Girls, was not getting carried away by the back to back wins but added that the wins were a boost for her charges.
It was maybe everyones first international except for a couple girls because the average age is 17.  But we have been working hard for the past few months and it showed up in the tournament because we were able to run past those girls. Even in the final when we were down 1-0 early on but we showed good character to come back and win the game, Lum York told TTFF Media.
She recalled the pre-match jitters for the players before their first international away from home.
We were all very nervous but also anxious for the first game. The anthem as well as a significant moment. We have a wonderful coaching staff and they have worked really well with us. They are always behind us. I think we have done well so far but we still have work to do to get ourselves really up for the challenges ahead, Lum York added.
Nelson, a past national player appeared excited about the future prospects for the team.
Some of these girls can go straight into the senior team set up. We have one player in particular Avanell Isaacs who can start training with the senior team at this stage. She comes from Moruga and was with us before at a young age but didnt make the first team. She disappeared from the scene for a while but shes back again and she was a standout in Curacao.. We have some girls here who can definitely move on to the next level. We saw weaknesses and strengths to build on in those two matches. The girls all  have a good attitude towards hard and a lot of heart so its just a matter of continuing the preparations towards the tournament in August and beyond.
T&T will host the CFU first round group at the Marvin Lee Stadium on August 5, 7 and 9 with US Virgin Islands/British Virgin Islands, Dominican Republic and Grenada contesting for the one place available in the CONCACA Final round. The one winner from that group along with two other CFU group winners will join Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua and United States in the CONCACAF Womens U-20 Final Round, with venue and dates to be announced in due course, from which the top three nations will advance to the FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup, Chile in 2008.

T&T U20 Womens Team:

Kenya Charles, Patrice Bideshi, Jerneil Nivet, Crystal Sobers, Avanell Isaac, Denisha OBrien, Chrystal-Anne Taylor-Lewis, Annalis Cummings, Kelly-May Christopher, Natana James, Avalon White, Bianca Walker, Moriah Shade, Julienn McDougall, Karyn Forbes, Candace Edwards, Chanelle Young, Alana Lum York.

Staff

Ricarda Nelson (manager), Izler Browne (head coach), Corbin Cooper (assistant coach) and Dave Isaac (physio/trainer).
The real measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.

Offline Deeks

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 18311
    • View Profile
Re: T&T girls gear up for U20 football qualifiers.
« Reply #28 on: July 03, 2007, 10:09:22 PM »
How well are these girls going to be prepared. Lord alone knows!!!!

Offline weary1969

  • Hero Warrior
  • *****
  • Posts: 27225
    • View Profile
Re: T&T girls gear up for U20 football qualifiers.
« Reply #29 on: July 03, 2007, 10:28:55 PM »
As a student of history not very well
Today you're the dog, tomorrow you're the hydrant - so be good to others - it comes back!"