• Tuesday Jan 20, 2004

    Canada U-19s post two victories and a draw against Trinidad & Tobago

    Canada Under-19 women's team ended their three-game tour of Trinidad & Tobago posting two victories and a draw form 15-19 January.

    The maple leafs opened their tour on 15 January, with a 3:1 win over the U-19 soca princessess at Marvin Lee Stadium. Josee Balnger, Aysha Jamani and Veronique Maranda all scored for Canada, while Maylee Attin Johnson had the only tally for Trinidad & Tobago in the loss.

    In the second game, also played at Marvin Lee Stadium, Jamani scored twice, and Lisa Collison added another to lead the maple leafs to a 3:2 victory over soca princessess senior team on 17 January. Natalie Des Vignes and Kathy Ann Nixon had the only goals for the host in the loss.

    Canada concluded the tour on 19 January at the Larry Gomes Stadium with a 2:2 draw against Trinidad & Tobago's senior team. Jamani gave the maple leafs a 1:0 lead in the 10th minute, but Jinelle James got the equalizer (1:1) for the soca princessess at the 35th minute.

    James gave Trinidad & Tobago a 2:1 edge with a tally in the 55th minute, but Stephanie Gibson leveled the score (2:2) for Canada with six minutes remaining in the match.

    19.01.2004: Port of Spain, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Larry Gomes Stadium
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - U-19 CANADA 2:2 (1:1)
    Jinelle JAMES 35', 55' - Aysha JAMANI 10'; Stephanie GIBSON 84'

    17.01.2004: Tunapuna, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Marvin Lee Stadium
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - U-19 CANADA 2:3 (1:3)
    Natalie DES VIGNES 20'; Kathy Ann NIXON 53' - Aysha JAMANI 10', 19'; Lisa COLLISON 35'

    15.01.2004: Tunapuna, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Marvin Lee Stadium
    U-19 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - U-19 CANADA 1:3 (0:2)
    Maylee Atin-JOHNSON 71' - Veronique MARANDA 6'; Aysha JAMANI 26'; Josee BELANGER 50'

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