• Thursday Nov 24, 2005

    Dominican Republic Women's U-20s achieve record victory

    The women´s under-20 team of Dominican Republic achieved a record victory of 25:0 over British Virgin Islands during the CONCACAF - Caribbean Zone Qualification Group D at the Estadio Parque del Este in Santo Domingo on Friday.

    The result is the largest margin of victory by any Women´s team (at any age level) in a FIFA and CONCACAF game. The previous overall FIFA record in Women´s Football was 24:0, when Japan´s Under-19 team defeated Malaysia on 31 May 2004.

    Osama Valerio led the Dominican Republic (2-0-0, 6 Points) offence over the British Virgin Islands (0-2-0, 0 Points) on Friday in Santo Domingo with 10 goals, while Oliva Santa scored four times and Jennifer Uribe had three tallies. Ana Frenda Frias and Angelica Cruz scored twice, while Raynela Peralta, Eleniza Pichardo and Leandra Sanchez, each added one for the historic victory.

    In the other Group D Women´s Qualification game, Haiti (2-0-0, 6 Points) posted a 14:0 victory over US Virgin Islands (0-2-0, 0 Points) at the Estadio Parque del Este.

    The group concludes on Sunday (25 September) at the Estadio Panamericano in San Cristobal as US Virgin Islands faces the British Virgin Islands and then the Dominican Republic and Haiti meet for a berth into the Caribbean Zone Final Round in Trinidad & Tobago this coming November.

    2006 CONCACAF WOMEN'S UNDER-20 QUALIFICATION
    Caribbean Football Union - First Round

    Group D
    21.09.2005: Santo Domingo; Estadio Parque del Este
    BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS - HAITI 0:11*
    Nacila ESPERA 2', 27', 31'; Mancuchka PIERRE-LOUIS 7', 10', 20'; Roselene JOSEPH 23', 26'; Wisline DOLCE 36', 39'; Fiorda CHARLES 37'
    Booked: none
    R: Varnette LAING (BAH)
    *abandoned in 39th minute, British Virgin Islands had six players remaining

    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - US VIRGIN ISLANDS 8:0 (3:0)
    Johanna SANTELIS 12'; Ana FRIAS 14', 59', 90'+; Rudibel ROSARIO 38'; Eleniza PICHARDO 55'; Yolanda Osana VALERIO 61', 71'
    Booked: De'Nequa PHILLIP (VIR) 45'+
    R: Courtney CAMPBELL (JAM)

    23.09.2005: Santo Domingo; Estadio Parque del Este
    HAITI - US VIRGIN ISLANDS 14:0 (6:0)
    Roselene JOSEPH 10', 24', 34', 43', 52'; Wisline DOLCE 18'; Soline BELLEVUE 22'; Nacila ESPERA 54'; Fiorda CHARLES 75'; Jesula LEONE 89', 90'
    Booked: Gravina KRIZIA (VIR) 73'
    R: Raymond PINE (JAM)

    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 25:0 (14:0)
    Jenifer URIBE 3', 5', 83'; Oliva SANTANA 6', 31', 41', 48'; Ana FRIAS 9', 44'; Yolanda Osana VALERIO 14', 30', 35', 38', 42'; 52', 63', 84', 88', 90'; Johanna SANTELIS 22'; Angelica CRUZ 27', 50'; Leandra SANCHEZ 72'; Raynesa PERALTA 81'; Eleniza PICHARDO 85'
    Booked: none
    R: Victor STEWART (JAM)

    25.09.2005: San Cristobal, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Panamericano
    US VIRGIN ISLANDS - BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS (14:00)
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - HAITI (16:00)

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