• Tuesday Nov 12, 2013

    CWU17 – Best Goals

    The 2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship concluded on Saturday with Mexico overcoming Canada 4-2 on penalty kicks, following a scoreless draw, in the final. 

    Of the 16 games contested during the 11-day event in Montego Bay, Jamaica, it was the only one to end without a goal.  

    The United States (26 goals) and Canada (24 goals) combined to net 50 of the tournament’s 75 total tallies.

    Canadian Marie-Mychele Metivier topped the scoring chart with six strikes.

    CONCACAF.com presents the competition’s top goals:

     

    2013 CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship

    Top Six Goals 

    1)  Batcheba Louis, HAITI v Mexico

    2)  Jaqueline Garcia, MEXICO v El Salvador

    3)  Felicia Davidson, JAMAICA v Mexico

    4)  Madelyn Ventura, GUATEMALA v Trinidad & Tobago

    5)  Jessie Fleming, CANADA v Jamaica

    6)  Mallory Pugh, UNITED STATES v Jamaica

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