• Tuesday Jan 13, 2004

    Anguilla, US Virgin Islands open Caribbean Zone Preliminaries with victories

    The road to the 2004 CONCACAF Under-19 (Women) Final Round Qualification, in Canada, began as Anguilla and US Virgin Islands began the Caribbean Zone Preliminary home-and-away series with victories over the weekend.

    Three goals by Krizia Gravia and one by Julissa Copeman led the US Virgin Islands to a 4:0 win over the host British Virgin Islands at the A.O. Shirley Ground on Saturday (10 January), while the following day two goals by Denica Niles helped Anguilla to a 6:1 victory over visiting St. Lucia at the James Ronald Webster Park.

    The second-legs will take place on 24 January, as the St. Lucia host Anguilla at the Mindo Phillip Park in Castries at 16:00, while the US Virgin Islands greets the British Virgin Islands at the Paul E. Joseph Stadium in Frederickstead at 17:00.

    The preliminary winners will join 10 other teams in the U-19 Caribbean Zone Qualification, with only three nations advancing to the CONCACAF Final Round in Canada from 28 May - 6 June 2004.

    2004 CONCACAF UNDER-19 (WOMEN) QUALIFICATION
    CFU Preliminary
    Series 1
    10.01.2004: Tortola, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS; A.O. Shirley Ground (A: 100)
    BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS - US VIRGIN ISLANDS 0:4 (0:2)
    Julissa COPEMAN 24'; Krizia GRAVINA 34', 53', 77'

    24.01.2004: Frederickstead, St. Croix US VIRGIN ISLANDS; Paul E. Joseph Stadium (17:00)
    US VIRGIN ISLANDS - BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

    Series 2
    11.01.2004: The Valley, ANGUILLA; James Ronald Webster Park
    ANGUILLA - ST. LUCIA 6:1 (2:0)
    OG 8', 49'; Denica NILES 44', 65', Melesa ANDERSON 54'; Shanella BROWNE 85' - Ellaisa MARQUIS 67'

    24.01.2004: Castries, ST. LUCIA; Mindo Phillp Park (16:00)
    ST. LUCIA - ANGUILLA

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