• Saturday Aug 20, 2005

    Dominican Republic win; Puerto Rico & Haiti tie at Copa de las Antillas

    The 2005 Women's Copa de las Antillas continued on Saturday at the Estadio Parque del Este in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic as the host under-20 team posted a win, while Puerto Rico and Haiti played to a tie.

    Two goals from Ana Brenda Frias and Yadilsa Fernandez led the quisqueyanas to an 8:1 victory over the Dominican Republic's U-17 team, while in an earlier encounter on Saturday, the boricuas held the Haitians to a scoreless draw.

    The Women's Copa de las Antillas concludes on Sunday (21 August) at the Estadio Parque del Este, with the boricuas against Dominican Republic's U-17 team at 14:00 and then the Haitians meet the quisqueyanas at 16:00.

    2005 WOMEN'S COPA DE LAS ANTILLAS
    Under-20
    20.08.2005: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
    PUERTO RICO - HAITI 0:0

    20.08.2005: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - U-17 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 8:1 (3:0)
    Yesenia LOPEZ 23'; Rainelsa LOPEZ 30', 75'; Johanna MARTINEZ 40'; Yadilsa FERNANDEZ 46', 88'; Ana Brenda FRIAS 62', 63' - Juana NAVARRO 85'

    21.08.2005: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este (14:00)
    U-17 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - PUERTO RICO

    21.08.2005: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Parque del Este (16:00)
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - HAITI

    Photo - Puerto Rico U-20 Women's Team, from fedefutbolpr.com

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