• Monday Aug 18, 2014

    CGU15: Trinidad tops Honduras for third place

    GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands -- Trinidad & Tobago captured third place at the inaugural CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship with a 5-2 win over Honduras on Sunday at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

    Raenah Campbell and Laurelle Theodore both netted a brace to lead the Soca Princesses.

    The high-scoring encounter saw its first goal in just the third minute, when Campbell reacted quickly to a through ball and steered a shot past goalkeeper Alexandra Padilla.

    Theodore then struck twice in succession to make it 3-0, beating the offside trap on the first to score in the 16th minute and then slotting home after Padilla could not hold a Shenieka Paul attempt four minutes later.

    In the 34th minute, Kaydeen Jack followed up on a Campbell effort that hovered near the goal line for an easy tap in.

    Two minutes later, Campbell closed the Trinidad goal account.

    Honduras captain Lisbeth Bonilla again demonstrated her ability to score from free kicks, doing so twice, finding the back of the net in the 60th and 68th minutes.

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