Trinidad & Tobago's Alexis Fortune (#14) takes on Delmis Reyes (#11) of Honduras during their CONCACAF Under-15 Girls' Championship match on August 10, 2014, in George Town, Cayman Islands.
GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands – An intriguing and entertaining Sunday of football in the 2014 CONCACAF Under-15 Girls’ Championship determined winners and runners-up in Group A and Group B.
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Here’s a recap of the evening’s action:
Cayman Islands 6 Curacao 0
A brace from Chelsea Green (20’, 22’) vaulted the host Cayman Islands (9 points) to a 6-0 victory over Curacao (3 points), sealing it a first-place finish in Group A.
Green, who played in the CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Championship in January, took her tournament tally to six goals.
Halle Medina (2’) gave the Caymanians an early 1-0 lead and Jasmine Powery (19’) doubled the advantage.
A pair of own-goals (29’, 56’) dimmed Curacao’s chances of a comeback in slippery conditions at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
Bahamas 0, British Virgin Islands 0
At Ed Bush Stadium, a goalless draw with the British Virgin Islands (1 point) earned the Bahamas (4 points) a second-place finish in Group A and a spot in the quarterfinals.
The Bahamians bounced back from Friday’s 4-1 loss to the Cayman Islands with a sparkling defensive performance.
Honduras 0, Trinidad & Tobago 2
At the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, Trinidad & Tobago (7 points) scored once in each half to post a 2-0 win over Honduras (6 points). The victory enabled the Soca Princesses to secure a first-place finish and clinch a quarterfinal berth. The Hondurans, who topped table entering the encounter, had previously earned advancement to the knockout stages.
Alexis Fortune (13’) and Amaya Ellis (42’) scored their first goals of the competition.
Bermuda 7, Barbados 1
At Ed Bush Stadium, a three-goal performance by Leilanni Nesbeth lifted Bermuda (4 points) to a 7-1 win over Barbados (0 points) for its first win of the tournament.
Nesbeth (5’ pen, 16’, 49’) struck twice in the first half to give the Bermudians a 2-0 lead and completed her hat-trick with a second-half tally.
Teyah Lindo (33’, 34’) added two goals, while Tae-eja Bean (66’) and Symira Darrell (67’) contributed one each.
Barbados got on the scoreboard in the 20th minute through Shaunte Carrington, the team’s only goal in three games.