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U-20 Women's Team Thread.
« on: December 13, 2005, 06:58:05 AM »
CONCACAF unveils fixtures for 2006 Women’s U-20 Final Round in Mexico
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CONCACAF unveiled today the fixtures for the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round Qualification that will take place in two venues in the state of Veracruz in Mexico from 18-27 January.

The eight-team tournament, which will qualify three CONCACAF nations to the 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship in Russia from 16 August – 2 September, will be played at the Estadios Rafael Murillo Vidal and Luis Pirata Fuentes in the cities of in Córdoba and Veracruz, respectively.

The host, Mexico, is in Group A along with the defending CONCACAF champion, Canada, Panama and Trinidad & Tobago while Group B, has El Salvador, alongside the USA Jamaica and Surinam.

The Group A matches will take place at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes, while the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal will stage the encounters for Group B during the first round from 18-23 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 those 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
Group A: Veracruz, MEXICO; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes
18.01
CANADA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (12:00)
MEXICO – PANAMA (15:00)

20.01
PANAMA – CANADA (12:00)
MEXICO – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (15:00)

22.01
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – PANAMA (12:00)
MEXICO – CANADA (15:00)

Group B: Córdoba, MEXICO; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal
19.01
EL SALVADOR – SURINAM (12:00)
USA – JAMAICA (14:30)

21.01
JAMAICA – EL SALVADOR (12:00)
SURINAM – USA (14:30)

23.01
JAMAICA – SURINAM (12:00)
USA – EL SALVADOR (14:30)

25.01
SEMIFINALS *
A1 – B2 (12:00)
B1 – A2 (15:00)

27.01
THIRD PLACE
SEMIFINAL LOSERS (12:00)

FINAL
SEMIFINAL WINNERS
(15:00)

* Order of matches for semifinals subject to change
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USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2008, 10:25:59 AM »
Mexico & USA triumph in Group A openers.[/size]

The USA and the hosts, Mexico triumphed in their Group A openers at the 2008 CONCACAF Womens Under-20 Championship in Estadio Cuauhtmoc in Puebla on Wednesday. Michelle Enyeart scored three times for the defending champion, USA in the 4:0 win over Trinidad & Tobago, while Vernica Charlyn Corral also had three goals to lead Mexico to a 7:0 triumph against Cuba.

The 2008 CONCACAF Womens U-20 Championship continues at the Estadio Cuauhtmoc on Thursday with the Group B encounters as Canada face Jamaica and Costa Rica meet Nicaragua. At the conclusion of the first round on 22 June, the top two teams from each group will advance to the semifinals in Puebla on 25 June. The third-place match and final of the CONCACAF event will take place on 28 June at the Estadio Cuauhtmoc. The top three teams from the CONCACAF Tournament will qualify to the FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup Chile 2008.

2008 CONCACAF WOMENS UNDER-20 CHAMPIONSHIP
Puebla, MEXICO; Estadio Cuauhtmoc


Group A


18.06: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO USA 0:4 (0:3) (A: 300)
Michelle ENYEART 8, 29, 75; Kelly OHARA 31

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes 2-Ayana Russell-C, 3-Danielle Blair, 5-Annalis Cummings, 7-Dernelle Mascall, 8- Iyesha Olliverirre, 11-Karissa Rodney, 15-Nikeisha Noel (67: 9-Shanellle Warick), 16-Candace Edwards (89: 6-Kennya Charles), 18-Jennelle Cunningham, 19-Kennya Cordner (14: 12-Bianka Walker).

Booked: none

TD: Marlon CHARLES

USA: 1-Alyssa Naeher 2-Lauren Fowlkes, 3-Meghan Klingenberg, 4-Nicola Marshal, 5-Keelin Winters-C (51: 9-Gina DiMartino), 10-Kelly OHara (58: 7-Madeline Nicole Washington), 13-Michelle Enyeart, 15- Casey Nogueira, 17-Alex Morgan (59: 22- Sidney Loreaux), 19-Kiersten Dallstream, 25-Rebecca Edwards.

Booked: none

TD: Tony DICICCO

Statistics: TRI USA

Goal Attempts: 2 21
Shots on Target: 1 9
Saves: 6 0
Fouls: 3 9
Corner Kicks: 0 14
Offsides: 1 1

Officials

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)
A1: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY)
A2 : Jackeline SAEZ (PAN)
FO : Juana PADILLA (HON)

MEXICO CUBA 7:0 (4:0) (A: 4500)
Vernica Charlyn CORRAL 8, 32, 52; Yal MONDRAGON 10 pen; Sandra Stephany MAYOR 17; Liliana Gudalupe GODOY 65, 85 pen

MEX: 1-Erika Venegas 4-Ana Lilia Gmez, 7-Yal Mondragon-C, 9-Vernica Charlyn Corral (62: 21-Inglis Yoana Hernndez), 10-Dinora Lizeth Garza, 11-Sandra Stephany Mayor, 13-Susana Berenice Mendoza (60: 2-Wendoline Ortiz), 14-Edna Valera Hernndez, 16-Rosaura Gallegos (36: 17-Ixchebel Tamara Romero), 23-Liliana Mercado, 27-Liliana Gudalupe Godoy.

Booked: none

TD: Andrea RODEBAUGH

CUB: 12-Lucilena Martnez 4-Yamara Lpez, 6-Jessica Popo lvarez, 7-Yamisleidy Bernal Chacon (61: Leodana Bejerano), 8-Yesenia Gallardo, 9-Yudilsleivi Feli Hernndez (89: 11-Rachel Pelez), 10-Yareni Karelia Fuentes, 15-Yoanna Valds-C, 16-Yaimara Aguilar (30: 5-Yadira Rodrguez), 18-Yudisleivi Reyes, 20-Yisel Rodrguez.

Booked: Lpez 63

TD: Rufino SOTOLONGO

Statistics: MEX CUB

Goal Attempts: 24 1
Shots on Target: 8 1
Saves: 0 5
Fouls: 8 10
Corner Kicks: 11 2
Offsides: 1 2

Officials

R: Carol-Anne CHENARD (CAN)
A1: Yvonne LOPEZ (SLV)
A2: Lesbia JUAREZ (HON)
FO: Cecibel ORTEGA (SLV)

Up-Coming Fixtures

Group A[/b]

20.06: USA CUBA (12:00)
MEXICO TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (14:30)

22.06: CUBA TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (12:00)
MEXICO USA (14:30)

Group B

19.06: CANADA JAMAICA (12:00)
COSTA RICA NICARAGUA (14:30)

21.06: JAMAICA NICARAGUA (12:00)
CANADA COSTA RICA (14:30)

Semifinals*

25.06: A1 B2 (13:00)
B1 A2 (15:30)

*Order of matches subject to change

Final

28.06: THIRD PLACE (12:00)
CHAMPIONSHIP (14:30)

Goals

9-Vernica Charlyn CORRAL (MEX) 3
13-Michelle ENYEART (USA) 3
27-Liliana Gudalupe GODOY (MEX) 2 (1 pen)
9-Paige ADAMS (CAN) 1
10-Katherine ALVARADO (CRC) 1
19-Shakira DUNCAN (JAM) 1
14-Monica LAM-FEIST (CAN) 1
11-Sandra Stephany MAYOR (MEX) 1
7-Yal MONDRAGON (MEX) 1 (1 pen)
10-Kelly OHARA (USA) 1
11-Raquel RODRIGUEZ CEDEO (CRC) 1
17-Adriana Pamela VENEGAS (CRC) 1

Source
CONCACAF.COM
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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2008, 10:41:58 AM »
ay ay... look my girl shanelle warrick get a sweat..

nice, good news..

good player, i know her kicking a ball since about age 2, but probably too talented for her own good.
         

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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #3 on: June 19, 2008, 01:11:22 PM »
Sad 2 say but dat score look bout correct
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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2008, 01:32:42 PM »
We were outplayed. The US girls were stronger and their passing and runs of the ball was very good. Our girls need time, plenty match parctice and a little bit of weight room. Go Princess!!!!

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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2008, 01:48:11 PM »
We were outplayed. The US girls were stronger and their passing and runs of the ball was very good. Our girls need time, plenty match parctice and a little bit of weight room. Go Princess!!!!

Don't know why all yuh so surprised we have never had a women team beat the USA and we have always been routed, until we get a decent foreign coach for the women we should not even show up. Every local coach has been piss poor in getting results for the women's team

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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2008, 01:55:55 PM »
GRSkywalker,
                       I am not surprise by the results. But I know if they bring a foreign coach, I bet you they get the money for him to coach them girls. Why can't they put the money right now. Mine you, I have nothing against hiring a foreign coach. By the way, The present coach learn his trade in the US college system. He went Davis&Elkins.

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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #7 on: June 19, 2008, 01:58:06 PM »
We were outplayed. The US girls were stronger and their passing and runs of the ball was very good. Our girls need time, plenty match parctice and a little bit of weight room. Go Princess!!!!

Don't know why all yuh so surprised we have never had a women team beat the USA and we have always been routed, until we get a decent foreign coach for the women we should not even show up. Every local coach has been piss poor in getting results for the women's team

I don't necessarily believe a foreign coach. The local coaches need to emphasize the importance of hitting the gym. Stop this stupid idea that when you lift weights you will look like a man. Look at the Brazilians they up their strength and fitness and res 4 on the USA.
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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #8 on: June 19, 2008, 02:07:11 PM »
Preparation is everything and you all are right that more money is needed for the women's program but sadly this is not the case and I am not sure when the TTFF would treat the girls fairly. So we will continue to be embarrased by the CONCACAF teams

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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #9 on: June 19, 2008, 02:15:19 PM »
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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #10 on: June 19, 2008, 02:35:44 PM »
GRSkywalker,
I am not surprise by the results. But I know if they bring a foreign coach, I bet you they get the money for him to coach them girls. Why can't they put the money right now. Mine you, I have nothing against hiring a foreign coach. By the way, The present coach learn his trade in the US college system. He went Davis&Elkins.
He played there , but did not learn his coaching trade there.
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Re: USA triumph over T&T in Women's U-20 opener.
« Reply #11 on: June 19, 2008, 05:45:13 PM »
woy if your last name is Edwards its a good chance you get to play for the  national teams

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U-20 Women's Team Thread.
« Reply #12 on: November 07, 2009, 07:34:38 PM »
T&T's women U-20 Fixtures.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v St Kitts and Nevis U-20, 11/18/2009, 19:15pm.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v Cuba U-20, 11/20/2009, 19:15pm.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v Jamaica U-20, 11/22/2009, 18:15pm.

GP W D L F A D PTS

Cuba  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
Jamaica  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
St Kitts & Nevis  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
Trinidad & Tobago  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0
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Re: T&T's women U-20 upcoming fixtures.
« Reply #13 on: November 07, 2009, 09:39:01 PM »
T&T's women U-20 Fixtures.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v St Kitts and Nevis U-20, 11/18/2009, 19:15pm.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v Cuba U-20, 11/20/2009, 19:15pm.

Trinidad and Tobago U-20 v Jamaica U-20, 11/22/2009, 18:15pm.

GP W D L F A D PTS

Cuba  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
Jamaica  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
St Kitts & Nevis  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0 
Trinidad & Tobago  0 0 0 0 0 0 +0 0

Dem games in d MLS?
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Women's U-20 team to face Guyana and Suriname in December
« Reply #14 on: November 25, 2009, 01:15:28 PM »
Lady Jaguars to take training to higher gear from December 4
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As the time draws near for the upcoming female multi nation football tournament next month, the locally based Lady Jaguars will take their preparations to a higher level from December 4, according to Head Coach, Bilall Namtambu.

The previous squad of 48 players was trimmed to 26 following two days of trails last weekend at the Georgetown Football Club ground.

The majority of players selected are from recent Inter Association Champion side Georgetown while players from Lethem, Bartica, Linden and East Demerara have also been included.

The local Lady Jaguars will take on their USA based colleagues, Surinames National Team and Trinidad and Tobagos Under-20 team in a four-way tournament from December 18-20 in Guyana as the Guyana Football Federation in collaboration with their North American Agents led by Colin Baker seeks to put together a strong squad to compete in next years female World Cup qualifying campaign.

Nantambu, who is being assisted by Sherry Abrams and Shawn Lythcott stated that at last weekends trials they were looking for players who were willing to work while not having the ball, those with the technical competence and tactical awareness.

While I observed that theres a lot of work to be done in terms of their technical and tactical abilities as well as strength building, I am happy with eth level of talent that we have here. We have a bunch of talented players but we will have to up the level of preparation if we are going to give a good account of ourselves against the opposition come December.

Nantambu is aiming for the squad to be encamped from December 4 until the time of competition.

Those selected are: Georgetown Ronette Cort, Collette Hope, Tricia Munro, Odessa Romeo, Alicia Williamson, Shennel Daniels, Charmane Ward and Andrea Lashley. Lethem Leoni Robinson, Clarinde Stanislaus, Lorian Toney, Roxanne Stephens, Olive Ambrose and Bawsiema Michaels. Bartica Samantha Beaton, Tyreka Joseph, Alana Chapelle and Latoya Mc Donald. Linden Jamilla Smith, Natasha Lewis, Akela Castelo and Stacy Hoyte. East Demerara Ruth George, Sasha Greaves, Cloetea Dublin and Neeshauna Castelo. (Franklin Wilson)
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Lewis joins U-20 women footballers
« Reply #15 on: December 16, 2009, 07:17:35 AM »
Lewis joins U-20 women footballers
By Shari John (T&T Guardian)


National Under-17 striker, Jo-Marie Lewis was given the nod to join the Under-20 womens team, as 27 players, 14-local based and 13 foreign based, entered a live-in camp yesterday. The camp is in preparation for the Concacaf U-20 Womens World Cup Qualifying Tournament to be held in Guatemala from January 19 to 30 in which T&T has been drawn in the Group of Death alongside USA, Mexico and Jamaica. The nine-day camp will break for Christmas on December 23 and resumefour days later.

The team kicked off preparations yesterday with a gym session in the morning and a late evening field session at the Marvin lee Stadium in Macoya. The squad includes two newcomersforeign-based striker, Shanelle Warrick and Philadelphia-based winger, Natasha Prentice. Warrick along with several other foreign-based players is expected to join the camp over the weekend. Also in the squad are members of the team which finished first in the recent Caribbean Football Union Tournament, including midfielder Kareena Seaton and defender Latifah Kelly, Arin King and Taylor Mims, all of whom are expected to join the squad for the camp after Christmas.

Notable absentees are local based U-17 players Kayla Tayla, Camile Borneo and Linfah Jones, the trio having been given a rest from the camp. They will rejoin the team on December 27. Also missing from the list is England-based striker, Karissa Rodney, who was joint topscorer in the CFU Tournament with Shade. Staff members revealed that Rodney was unable to get time off from school to play in the January tournament. Local based players include skipper Mariah Shade, who is still recovering from a hamstring injury, and energetic striker Natasha St Louis, along with Tobagonian sisters Kimika and Karyn Baby Forbes.

T&T U-20 SQUAD

Goalkeepers:
Kimika Forbes, Shantel Roberts, Linfa Jones

Defenders:
Felina Jack, Tiana Bateau, Rhea Belgrave, Latifah Kelly, Stephanie Reid, Stephanie Beam, Arin King, Taylor Mims

Midfield:
Jenelle Kissoon, Renel Dennis, Kayla Taylor, Natasha Prentice, Karyn Forbes, Iyesha Olivierre, Camile Pereira, Afiya Matthias, Cassie Mckensie, Kareena Seaton

Strikers:
Stacy Paul, Moriah Shade, Natasha St. Louis, Candace Seaton, Jo Marie Lewis.
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Costa Rica edges U-20 women 2-1 in warm-up.
« Reply #16 on: January 16, 2010, 05:13:08 AM »
Costa Rica edges U-20 women 2-1 in warm-up.
T&T Guardian Reports.


T&Ts Under-20 womens footballers went under to host Costa Rica 2-1 in their final warm-up match at the Costa Rican Goal Project Centre in San Jose, yesterday.

The defeat for the young Soca Princesses come a day after both teams had battled to a 0-0 draw at the same venue as they fine tuned preparations for the Concacaf Final Round World Cup qualifying phase which kicks off in Guatemala City on Tuesday.

The national Under-20 womens team is due to leave San Jose today for Guatemala for the eight-team competition which runs from January 19 to 30.

In Guatemala, T&T which qualified for the Concacaf Final Round qualifiers as Caribbean Football Union Under-20 winners and coached by Jamaal Shabazz will meet USA, Mexico and Jamaica in Group A while defending champions Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba and hosts Guatemala are in Group B.

The top two teams from each round-robin group will qualify for the semifinals after which the top three teams from will secure places at the Fifa Under-20 Women's World Cup in Germany later this year.
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2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #17 on: October 17, 2013, 07:41:32 PM »
Any update on this team please?

U-20 Soca Princesses squad

Goalkeepers: Shanteelle Christian (Real Dimension), Tenesha Palmer (St Anns Rangers).

Defenders: Daniella Findley (Civic Centre Pioneers), Jonelle Warrick (Trincity Nationals), Otisha David (St Augustine), Subrina Henry (Real Dimension), Khadisha Debesette (La Brea All Stars), Tkeyah Phillip (La Brea All Stars).

Midfielders: Akilah Sparks (Central FC), Shanisa Camejo (Central FC), Naomie Guerra (St Augustine), Leah Pope (St Anns Rangers), Shenelle Henry (Real Dimension), Patrice Campbell (St Augustine).

Forwards: Chelsea Gibbs (St Augustine), Tsaianne Leander (Tobago All Stars), Anique Walker (Central FC), Khadiddra Debesette (La Brea All Stars), Jennette Wilson (Central FC), Asha Jones (St Anns Rangers).

Technical staff: Izler Browne (coach), Desiree Ann Sarjeant (assistant coach), Clayton Ince (goalkeeper coach), Lyndelle Hoyte Sanchez (manager), Terry Johnson (equipment manager), Michael Taylor (physiotherapist), Stefan Theophilus (trainer).

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Re: U-20 Women
« Reply #18 on: October 17, 2013, 09:39:58 PM »
October 18th @ 6:00PM T&T vs Anguilla
October 20th @ 6:00PM Grenada vs T&T
October 22nd @ 6:00PM T&T vs Cuba

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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #19 on: October 18, 2013, 01:50:53 AM »
U-20 women kick off CFU round vs Anguilla.
By Shaun Fuentes (TTFA).


Trinidad and Tobagos Under 20 womens team will kick off the Caribbean Football Union final round of World Cup qualification against Anguilla in Kingston this Friday (tomorrow) from 7pm.

The local team, under head coach Izler Browne will face off with their rivals at the Waterhouse Mini Stadium with fellow Group A rivals Cuba and Grenada meeting earlier in the evening.

Former National Mens team goalkeeper Clayton Ince is the teams goalkeeper coach with Desiree Ann Sarjeant the assistant coach and Lyndell Hoyte Sanchez the manager.

The T&T team, which is also supported by the Ministry of Sport,  includes the likes of  twin sisters Khadisha and Khadidra Debesette of La Brea All Stars and defender Jonelle Warrick of Trincity Nationals.

The four teams to emerge from the two groups will contest the semi-finals on Friday October 25 at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex, and then, on Sunday October 27, the finalists will clash at the same location for the CFU Trophy. Fans can see the games live at cfufootball.org.

The 2014 CONCACAF Womens Under-20 final round will take place in the Cayman Islands in January. The competition will include eight teams from across the region vying for the three spots in the 2014 FIFA Under-20 Womens World Cup, to be played in Canada, in July of that same year. The three qualifying teams will join a fourth CONCACAF nation, Canada, which automatically qualifies as host of the World Cup.

T&T Fixtures

October 18th @ 6:00PM T&T vs Anguilla
October 20th @ 6:00PM Grenada vs T&T
October 22nd @ 6:00PM T&T vs Cuba

LAST NAME  FIRST NAME Shirt #  Date of Birth  Position Played  Club Height

HRISTIAN SHANTELLE 1 29.11.95 GK Real Dimension 5'5"
PALMER TENESHA 21 16.09.94 GK St. Anns Rangers 5'5"
FINDLEY DANIELLA 8 14.08.94 DF Civic Centre Pioneers 5'7"
WARRICK JONELLE 17 14.03.95 DF Trincity Nationals 5'4"
GIBBS CHELSEA 14 03.02.94 FW St. Augustine S.C. 5'1"
CAMPBELL PATRICE 9 02.07.94 MF St. Augustine S.C. 5'4"
DAVID OTISHA 5 13.12.95 DF St. Augustine S.C. 5'
LEANDER TSAIANNE 10 29.12.96 FW Tobago All Stars 5'4"
HENRY SUBRINA 3 20.01.96 DF Real Dimension 5'3"
HENRY SHENELLE 13 13.03.94 MF Real Dimension 5'
WALKER ANIQUE 19 04.02.95 FW Central F.C. 5'
DEBESETTE KHADISHA 6 06.01.95 DF La Brea All Stars 5'4"
DEBESETTE KHADIDRA 11 06.01.95 FW La Brea All Stars 5'4"
PHILLIP TKEYAH 2 17.07.95 DF La Brea All Stars 5'2
WILSON JENNETTE 15 10.06.94 FW Central F.C. 5'2"
POPE LEAH 4 21.01.96 MF St. Anns Rangers 5'8"
GUERRA NAOMIE 18 01.06.96 MF St. Augustine S.C. 5'2"
JONES ASHA 16 24.04.94 FW St. Anns Rangers 5'
CAMEJO SHANISA 12 15.01.95 MF Central F.C. 5'
SPARKS AKILAH 7 01.07.94 MF Central F.C. 5'2
       
Staff
       
Hoyte Sanchez Lyndell Manager     
Browne Izler Head Coach     
Sarjeant Desiree Ann Assistant Coach     
Johnson Terry Equipment Manager     
Ince Clayton GK Coach     
Taylor Michael Physiotherapist     
Theophilus Stefan Trainer     
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #20 on: October 18, 2013, 02:25:36 AM »
U-20 women kick off CFU round vs Anguilla.
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #21 on: October 18, 2013, 07:19:24 PM »
T&T Women's U-20 team kicked off the CFU Women's U-20 Final Round with a 3-0 win over Anguilla at the Waterhouse Mini-Stadium, Kingston, Jamaica.Goals scored by Shanisa Camejo (33'), Patrice Campbell (42') and Anique Walker (48').
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #22 on: October 18, 2013, 07:30:03 PM »
CFU really need get online streaming for tournaments
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #23 on: October 18, 2013, 08:59:52 PM »
CFU really need get online streaming for tournaments

You right about that!. Congrats to the ladies!

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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #24 on: October 20, 2013, 07:36:01 PM »
The T&T Women's U-20 team trounced Grenada 9-1 in their second match at the CFU Women's U-20 Final round in Kingston, Jamaica. T&T led 4-1 at half-time.
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #25 on: October 22, 2013, 09:14:25 PM »
T&T Women's U-20 team emerge winners of Group A after defeating Cuba 3-1 in their final group stage match of the CFU Women's U-20 Final Round at the Waterhouse Mini-Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. The Soca Princesses remain unbeaten after three games, scoring 15 goals, while conceding only 2. Their next match  will be a semifinal affair on Friday, October 25th against the Group B runner-up at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.
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T&T Women's U-20 outclass Cuba to take Group A
« Reply #26 on: October 23, 2013, 06:50:35 AM »
T&T Women's U-20 outclass Cuba to take Group A
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Trinidad & Tobago took sole leadership of Group A, and a psychological advantage into the semi-final of the Caribbean Football Union Womens Under-20 Finals, with a decisive 3-1 victory over second place team Cuba.

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

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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #27 on: October 24, 2013, 07:54:30 AM »
Great stuff ladies!!

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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #28 on: October 25, 2013, 05:20:00 PM »
The T&T Women's U-20 team has continued their unbeaten run after defeating the Dominican Republic 2-1 in the CFU Women's U-20 semifinal at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex, Kingston, Jamaica. The victory means that they have qualified for the CONCACAF Womens Under-20 Tournament to be held in the Cayman Islands from January 9-19, 2014. The top three teams from that tournament will qualify for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada. T&T will now contest the CFU Women's U-20 final on Sunday, October 27th against Jamaica who defeated Cuba 5-2 in the night's second semifinal.
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Re: 2013 U-20 Women Thread.
« Reply #29 on: October 25, 2013, 07:05:04 PM »
Princesses!!!! Super !!!!

 

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