• Monday Mar 29, 2004

    Dominican Republic, Jamaica qualify to CONCACAF U-19 Final Round

    Dominican Republic and Jamaica qualified to the 2004 CONCACAF Under-19 Women's Final Round in Canada, after winning their respective CFU (Caribbean Football Union) Series over the weekend.

    After playing to a 1:1 draw in the first-leg on 26 March, the Dominican Republic defeated visiting, Bahamas 1:0 in the second-leg two days later at the Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte in Santo Domingo. Ana Brenda Frías scored the game-winner in the 61st minute of the second half as the Dominican Republic won the series 2:1 on aggregate.

    In the other CFU series, two goals by Venecia Reid and one each by Rochelle Bryan, Carla Chambers, Shakira Duncan, Tashana Vincent led the host, Jamaica to a 6:0 win over Puerto Rico on the second-leg at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Kingston on 28 March. The reggae girlz won the two-game series 17:0 on aggregate.

    Dominican Republic and Jamaica join Trinidad & Tobago as the CFU representatives at the CONCACAF U-19 Final Round Qualification that will run from 28 May - 6 June in Montreal and Ottawa, Canada, to determine which two Confederation teams will qualify to the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Championships in Thailand.

    2004 CONCACAF U-19 (WOMEN) QUALIFICATION
    Final Round - CFU
    Series B
    28.03.2004: Kingston, JAMAICA; Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex (A: 1500)
    JAMAICA - PUERTO RICO 6:0 (4:0)
    Tashana VINCENT 10'; Carla CHAMBERS 21'; Venecia REID 31', 34'; Shakira DUNCAN 66'; Rochelle BRYAN 72'
    JAM: Paula Jackson - Natalyan Manyan, Julie Feron, Carla Chambers, Latoya Panton, Jodi-Ann McGregor, Pet-Gaye Soman (72: Kimmia Parker), Rochelle Bryan, Tashana Vincent, Venecia Reid (60: Sharika Duncan), Nichola Pinnock (47: Sheree Marrow). Booked: none
    TD: Christopher BENDER
    PUR: Sheila Rodriquez - Cristina Rodriguez, Franchesca Konig, Tania Guadelope (80: Desiree Melendez), Antonella Senorelle, Kelsey Worth, Cynthia Marrero, Mara Serrano, Alexandra Negron (55: Diana Licalzi), Rosa Rios, Camille Delpilar (85: Ana Guzman). Booked: C. Rodríguez 61'
    TD: Lazaro CORP
    R: Varnette LAING (BAH)
    Jamaica wins 17:0 on aggregate

    Series C
    26.03.2004: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - BAHAMAS 1:1 (0:0)
    Ana Brenda FRíAS 82' - Gerrianne DORSETT 88'
    DOM: Heydy Salazar - Ana Diaz, Leonela Mojica, Dahiana Joseph, Jiselly Rodriguez, Jadirson Fernández (24: Ana Brenda Friás), Oliva Santana, Niurra Hernández (67: Jennifer Uribe), Yolanda Valerio, Claudia Henriquez, Raynelsa Peralta (46: Dani Layda Uribe). Booked: none
    TD: Santiago MOREL
    BAH: Sherma McDonald - Kathrina Ellis, Gerrianne Dorsett, Jayde Knowles, Martyre Turnquest, Nakesha Rolle (86: Michelle Ranson), Natalia Beneby, Talitha Wood, Amanda Ritchie (46: Jennifer Lightbourn), Leandra Ferguson, Colleen Carey. Booked: none
    TD: Matthew GREEN
    R: Shane DE SILVA (TRI)

    28.03.2004: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte
    BAHAMAS - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 0:1 (0:0)
    Ana Brenda FRíAS 61'
    BAH: Sherma McDonald - Kathrina Ellis, Martyre Turnquest, Natalia Beneby, Gerrianne Dorsett, Jayde Knowles, Leandra Ferguson, Talitha Wood, Amanda Ritchie (46: Jennifer Lightbourn), Nakesha Rolle (80: Rochelle Fowler), Colleen Carey. Booked: Martye Turnquest 26', Talitha Wood 65'
    TD: Matthew GREEN
    DOM: Heydy Salazar - Ana Diaz, Dahiana Joseph, Giselle Rodríguez, Leonela Mojica, Niurra Hernández, Yolanda Valerio, Jadirson Fernández (34: Dani Layda Uribe), Erika Santana, Ana Brenda Frías, Claudia Henriquez (75: Raynelsa Peralta). Booked: Mojica 90'
    TD: Santiago MOREL
    R: Shane DE SILVA (TRI)
    Dominican Republic wins 2:1 on aggregate

    Photo #1 - Dominican Republic vs. Bahamas, from Hoy Digital (DOM)

    Photo #2 - Jamaica vs. Puerto Rico, from The Jamaica Observer

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