• Tuesday Sep 27, 2005

    Bahamas defeat St Kitts & Nevis in Group C opener

    The Bahamas defeated hosts St. Kitts & Nevis in the opening game of Group C of Caribbean qualifying for the CONCACAF Women's Under-20 Championships.

    A St Kitts & Nevis own goal, on 39 minutes, got the Bahamas off the mark but four goals in an impressive second half Bahamian performance, by A Ritchie (60'), N Rolle (63'), T Wood (72') and S Hamilton (79'), gave the visitors a 5:0 victory over their hosts.

    Group C play continues on 28 September when Bahamas face Antigua & Barbuda and St Kitts & Nevis play Jamaica.

    The winner of Group C will join Group B champions, Surinam, the top team from Group D, Haiti, and hosts, Trinidad & Tobago for the final round of Caribbean qualifying.

    Group C
    26.09.2005: Cayon, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; St. Maynard´s Park
    ST. KITTS & NEVIS - BAHAMAS 0:5 (0:1)
    OG 39'; Amanda RITCHIE 60'; Nakesia ROLLE 63'; Talitha WOOD 72'; Sascha HAMILTON 79'
    Booked: none
    R: Richard PIPER (TRI)

    28.09.2005: Cayon, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; St. Maynard´s Park (14:00)
    BAHAMAS - ANTIGUA & BARBUDA

    28.09.2005: Cayon, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; St. Maynard´s Park (16:00)
    ST. KITTS & NEVIS - JAMAICA

    30.09.2005: St. Johns´, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; YASCO Grounds (16:30)
    ANTIGUA & BARBUDA - ST. KITTS & NEVIS
    JAMAICA - BAHAMAS

    02.10.2005: St. Johns´, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground (18:30)
    ANTIGUA & BARBUDA - JAMAICA

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