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    Action from the Caribbean under-17 qualifier between Dominica (white jersey and Barbados on July 24, 2016, in Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis. (Photo courtesy of St. Kitts & Nevis Football Association)

    KINGSTON, Jamaica – The field for the final round of qualifying in the Caribbean for the 2017 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship was completed Sunday as six squads earned the right to join host Trinidad & Tobago and Group 4 winner Jamaica in the eight-team tournament, which will be played September 16-25, 2016.

    Cuba (Group 1), Haiti (Group 2), Bermuda (Group 3), Curacao (Group 5) and Suriname (Group 6) topped the tables in their respective first-round groups -- while Guadeloupe (Group 5) finished as the best runner-up – to advance.

    Standout performers in the matches played from July 20-24, 2016, included five players who scored in each of their team’s three games: Ribaldo Roldan (Cuba, 5 goals), Steeve Selso Saint-Duc (Haiti, 7 goals, 5 v Aruba), Nael Wellofky Elysee (Haiti, 4 goals), Kion Parchmont (Cayman Islands, 3 goals) and Achero Hoever (Suriname, 5 goals).

    The 2017 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship will be contested by twelve teams: Panama as host; three from Central America, five from the Caribbean and three from North America.

    CONCACAF.com takes a look at the action.

    2016 CARIBBEAN FOOTBALL UNION UNDER-17 QUALIFYING

    July 15 – September 21, 2016

    FIRST ROUND

    GROUP 1 (Warner Park – Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis)

    Cuba 3-3-0-0-19-0-9

    Barbados 3-1-1-1-7-9-4

    St. Kitts & Nevis 3-1-1-1-4-8-4

    Dominica 3-0-0-3-3-16-0

    July 20, 2016

    Dominica 0, Cuba 9

    Brian Savigne 5’, 31’, 90’+1; Ribaldo Roldan 10’ pen, 21’; Yandry Romero 38’, 39’; Ronaldo Rosette 43’; Yoendry Cabrera 81’

    St. Kitts & Nevis 2, Barbados 2

    Dylon Morton 4’; Javaughn Brooks 57’ / Ray Francis 56’; Avery Chandler 90’+1

    July 22, 2016

    Cuba 5, Barbados 0

    Carlos Ibarra 2’; Ronaldo Rosette 9’; Ribaldo Roldan 52’; Brian Savigne 61’; Kevin Duarte 83’

    St. Kitts & Nevis 2, Dominica 1

    Deneilson Patrick 27’; Javaughn Brooks 73’ / Randel Coipel 39’

    July 24, 2016

    Barbados 5, Dominica 2

    own-goal (Robert Humpreys) 5’; Nicoli Brathwaite 54’; Dishon Howell 58’; Nicoli Brathwaite 60’; Niall Reid Stephen 83’ / Kiano Martin 10’; Randel Coipel 31’

    St. Kitts & Nevis 0, Cuba 5

    Ribaldo Roldan 6’, 20’; Yandry Romero 8’; own-goal (Shemar Douglas) 80’; Ronaldo Rosette 89’

    GROUP 2 (Truman Bodden Sports Complex – George Town, Cayman Islands)

    Haiti 3-3-0-0-17-2-9

    Cayman Islands 3-2-0-1-8-4-6

    Aruba 3-1-0-2-2-15-3

    Puerto Rico 3-0-0-3-1-7-0

    July 20, 2016

    Puerto Rico 0, Haiti 3

    Steeve Selso Saint-Duc 19’; Danley Jean Jacques 26’; Nael Wellofky Elysee 79’

    Cayman Islands 4, Aruba 0

    Cody Ebanks 10’; Alexander Clarke-Ramirez 44’; Kareem Foster 54’; Kion Parchmont 85’ pen

    July 22, 2016

    Haiti 10, Aruba 0

    Steeve Mondestin 4’; Steeve Selso Saint-Duc 11’, 20’, 41’ pen; 44’ pen, 54’; Pierre Andre Sainvius 18’; own-goal (Nick Thijsen) 25’; Nael Wellofky Elysee 59’, 79’

    Cayman Islands 2, Puerto Rico 0

    Rico Bodden 24’; Kion Parchmont 41’

    July 24, 2016

    Aruba 2, Puerto Rico 1

    Dqion Ras 20’; Shermar Monticeuex 57’ / Emmanuel Torres Arroyo 5’

    Cayman Islands 2, Haiti 4

    Kion Parchmont 3’ pen; Rico Bodden 11’ / Nael Wellofky Elysee 42’; Brismax Louis Kelly Clerge 62’; Ivenson Basquin 77’; Steeve Selso Saint-Duc 90’+5

    GROUP 3 (Victoria Park – Kingstown, St. Vincent & the Grenadines)

    Bermuda 3-2-1-0-4-2-7

    St. Lucia 3-2-0-1-8-2-6

    Grenada 3-1-1-1-3-3-4

    St. Vincent & the Grenadines 3-0-0-3-0-8-0

    July 20, 2016

    Bermuda 2, St. Lucia 1

    Kane Crichlow 43’; T’ai Williams 82’ / Gabriel Biscette 27’

    St. Vincent & the Grenadines 0, Grenada 2

    Shermon Williams 45’+1; Shawn Clare 49’

    July 22, 2016

    St. Lucia 2, Grenada 0

    Linus Clovis 38’; Riquelme Sylvester 88’ 

    St. Vincent & the Grenadines 0, Bermuda 1

    Zuhri Burgess 4’

    July 24, 2016

    Grenada 1, Bermuda 1

    Kevon Maitland 83’ / Rahzir Jones 12’ 

    St. Vincent & the Grenadines 0, St. Lucia 5

    Linus Clovis 18’, 64’, 66’; Romario Lendor 21’; Bryant Polius 52’

    GROUP 4 (Ivanna Eudora Kean High School – Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands) 

    Jamaica 3-3-0-0-16-2-9

    Antigua & Barbuda 3-2-0-1-9-4-6

    Guyana 3-1-0-2-2-7-3

    US Virgin Islands 3-0-0-3-1-15-0

    July 15, 2016

    Guyana 1, Jamaica 4

    Roberto Sewel-Case 31’ / Jamoi Topey 16’; Raewin Senior 51’, 74’; Kaheem Parris 65’

    US Virgin Islands 1, Antigua & Barbuda 5

    Ramesses Moore McGuiness 37’ / Shalon Knight 12’, 64’, 82’; Kenijah Challenger 45’+3; Demiah Joseph 55’

    July 17, 2016

    Jamaica 3, Antigua & Barbuda 1

    Jeremy Verley 14’; Kaheem Parris 37’; Raewin Senior 88’ / D’Jarie Sheppard 84’

    US Virgin Islands 0, Guyana 1

    Joshua Ferreira 13’

    July 19, 2016

    Antigua & Barbuda 3, Guyana 0

    Shalon Knight 45’+2; D’Jarie Sheppard 58’; MacKenzie Hill 88’

    US Virgin Islands 0, Jamaica 9

    Thirston Briscoe 15’, 40’; Cobi Atkinson 29’; Jeremy Verley 33’; Damani Osei 36’; Kaheem Parris 76’; Chad Letts 78’, 85’; Omar Thompson 83’

    GROUP 5 (Stade Fiesque Duchesne – Baie-Mahault, Guadeloupe)

    Curacao 3-2-1-0-14-2-7

    Guadeloupe 3-2-1-0-11-0-7

    Dominican Republic 3-1-0-2-6-9-3

    Saint-Martin 3-0-0-3-2-22-0

    July 20, 2016

    Dominican Republic 2, Curacao 4

    Frederi Feliz 5’, 72’ / Luchenthly Vrutaal 31’; Nathan Bernadina 50’, 61’; own-goal (Andres Ortega) 80’

    Guadeloupe 8, Saint-Martin 0

    Donnell De Ravaliere 43’; Wilhem Landre 51’; Jonathan Laurent 65’; Thomas Govindin 66’; Kellay Zubar 78’; Thomas Fereol Talbot 82’; Kevin Mauranyapin 85’, 90’+1

    July 22, 2016

    Curacao 10, Saint-Martin 0

    Shurendric Fransinet 17’, 22’, 71’, 90’+1; Nathan Bernadina 24’, 67’, 76’, 89’; Luchenthly Vrutaal 48’; Richajier Oleana 78’

    Guadeloupe 3, Dominican Republic 0

    Donnell De Ravaliere 41’; Wilhem Landre 77’; Thomas Govindin 84’

    July 24, 2016

    Saint-Martin 2, Dominican Republic 4

    Juan Pablo Adams 7’; 76’ pen / Bryan Chan Castillo 15’; Frederi Feliz 46’, 51’; Juan Gabriel Angeles Cruz 80’

    Guadeloupe 0, Curacao 0

    GROUP 6 (Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion – Paramaribo, Suriname)

    Suriname 3-3-0-0-11-1-9

    Bahamas 3-1-0-2-3-3-3

    British Virgin Islands 3-1-0-2-1-5-3

    Anguilla 3-1-0-2-2-8-3

    July 20, 2016

    British Virgin Islands 1, Bahamas 0

    Tyler Forbes 88’

    Suriname 6, Anguilla 0

    Achero Hoever 16’, 23’, 64’; Jaycee Marsidin 38’; Stefano Aloewel 75’; Mgwenze Vola 80’

    July 22, 2016

    Bahamas 2, Anguilla 0

    Jacob Charles 11’; Anthony Dias 22’

    Suriname 3, British Virgin Islands 0

    Jenario Eenig 5’; Achero Hoever 51’; Aziez Saino 59’

    July 24, 2016

    Anguilla 2, British Virgin Islands 0

    Deonne Smith 65’; Keanu Richardson 87’

    Suriname 2, Bahamas 1

    Jenario Eenig 23’; Achero Hoever 84’ / Jordan Farquharson 90’+1

     

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