• Tuesday Feb 17, 2004

    Jamaica, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago win Caribbean Zone First Round Qualification Series

    The road to the 2004 CONCACAF Under-19 (Women) Final Round Qualification, in Canada, continues for Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad & Tobago as they all won their respective Caribbean Football Union (CFU) First Round Series over the weekend.

    Suriname eliminated visiting Dominica 10:1 on aggregate in the two-game series at the Dr. I Franklin Esseo Stadium in Paramaribo on 13-15 February, while Jamaica did the same against the host Cayman Islands with a 14:0 aggregate victory at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in Georgetown.

    Trinidad & Tobago earned a berth into the next round with a 12:0 victory over Anguilla in the second-leg at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Port of Spain on 15 February, and won the series 17:0 on aggregate.

    Puerto Rico concludes its series against St. Vincent & The Grenadines on 22 February, as they take a 4:0 lead into the second-leg against the host at the Arnos Vale Stadium in Kingstown.

    The remaining CFU first round series match-ups include: US Virgin Islands vs. Dominican Republic and Haiti vs. Bahamas.

    The CFU Qualification will advance three nations to the CONCACAF Final Round in Canada from 28 May - 6 June 2004, from which two Confederation teams will qualify to the 2004 FIFA U-19 World Championships in Thailand.

    2004 CONCACAF U-19 (WOMEN) QUALIFICATION
    CFU
    Series 1
    15.02.2004: Port of Spain, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Marvin Lee Stadium (A: 1200)
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - ANGUILLA 12:0 (7:0)
    Aveann DOUGLAS 6', 15', 87'; Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 12', 20', 34'; Dernelle MASCALL 27'; Jemilia MATHLIN 36'; OG 54', 85'; Sherva CHARLES 78'; Ayanna RUSSELL 89'
    R: Varnette LAING (BAH)
    Trinidad & Tobago wins 17:0 on aggregate

    Series 2
    TBD;
    HAITI - BAHAMAS

    21.02.2004: Hialeah, Florida USA; Ted Hendrix Stadium (16:30)
    BAHAMAS - HAITI

    Series 3
    13.02.2004: Georgetown, CAYMAN ISLANDS; Truman Bodden Sports Complex (A: 2500)
    JAMAICA - CAYMAN ISLANDS 9:0 (4:0)
    Tashana VINCENT 14'; Venicia REID 25', 38', 44', 58', 71'; OG 67'; Omalyn DAVIS 84'; Sheree MARROW 87'
    R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

    15.02.2004: Georgetown, CAYMAN ISLANDS; Truman Bodden Sports Complex (A: 3000)
    CAYMAN ISLANDS - JAMAICA 0:5 (0:2)
    Tashana VINCENT 18'; Omalyn DAVIS 34'; Sheree MARROW 53'; OG 56'; Sheree MARROW 63'
    R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)
    Jamaica wins 14:0 on aggregate

    Series 4
    13.02.2004: Parmaribo, SURINAME; Dr. I Franklin Esseo Stadium
    SURINAME - DOMINICA 4:0 (3:0)
    Malissa SAKRAMA 1', 45'; Aisa SMIT 25', 87'
    R: Cassie MOORE (TRI)

    15.02.2004: Parmaribo, SURINAME; Dr. I Franklin Esseo Stadium
    DOMINICA - SURINAME 1:6 (1:2)
    Chelsea FRAMPTON 1' - Loraine DOMPIG 15'; Aisa SMIT 27', 47', 68'; Danilla ROLDER 85'; Elenoor WISCH 89'
    R: Cassie MOORE (TRI)
    Suriname wins 10:1 on aggregate

    Series 5
    29.02.2004: US VIRGIN ISLANDS;
    US VIRGIN ISLANDS - DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

    07.03.2004: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC;
    DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - US VIRGIN ISLANDS

    Series 6
    22.02.2004: Kingstown, ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES; Arnos Vale Stadium (15:00)
    ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES - PUERTO RICO
    Puerto Rico leads 5:0 on aggregate

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