• Monday Oct 18, 2004

    Jamaica U-20s takes first-leg over Haiti

    Jamaica took the first-leg of the CONCACAF Under-20 Caribbean Zone Second Round Series 2 Qualification after posting a 4:0 victory over visiting Haiti at the Ferdie Neita Park in Portmore on Monday.

    After a scoreless first half, Horace Howell and Luton Shelton each scored twice for the reggae boyz in the win against the Haitians.

    The second-leg of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Series 2 will again take place in Portmore, Jamaica this Wednesday (20 October).

    The winner of the CFU Series 2 will advance to Group B of the 2005 CONCACAF U-20 Final Round Qualification from 26-30 January in Tegucigalpa, Honduras with Canada, Mexico and the host.

    2005 CONCACAF UNDER-20 QUALIFYING
    Caribbean Zone - Second Round
    Series 2
    18.10.2004: Portmore, JAMAICA; Ferdie Neita Park (A: 1000)
    JAMAICA - HAITI 4:0 (0:0)
    Luton SHELTON 62', 66'; Horace HOWELL 64', 80'
    JAM: Ryan Thompson - Jermaine Taylor, Rodolph Austin (46: Dwayne Jumpp), Adrian Reid, O'Brian White, Mario Harrison, Akeem Priestly (78: Jermaine Hollis), Luton Shelton, Merick Howard, Rafe Wolfe, Howard Wong (43: Horace Howell). Booked: Reid 70'
    TD: Wendell DOWNSWELL
    HAI: Yves Marie Clervin - Jean Sony Alcenat (74: Senecharles Monder), Wilson Blanc, Cedrick Guy Joseph, Pamel Guerrier, Roody Kelly Jean (86: Noel Sylvestre), Serge Luis, Jackson Jean, Michelet Joineus (66: Roberto Ylysse), Leonel ST-Preux, Lescat Cileus. Booked: none
    TD: Miguel Angel AGUILAR
    R: Lazaro HERNANDEZ (CUB)

    20.10.2004: Portmore, JAMAICA; Ferdie Neita Park
    HAITI - JAMAICA

    Series 1
    19.11.2004: Trinidad & Tobago - Cuba
    26.11.2004: Cuba - Trinidad & Tobago

    FINAL ROUND Group A (12-16.01.2005 - Home Depot Center in Carson, California USA)
    USA
    Central American 1
    Central American 2
    Caribbean Series 1

    Group B (26-30.01.2005 - Estadio TBD, Tegucigalpa, HONDURAS)
    Honduras
    Mexico
    Canada
    Caribbean Series 2

    Top two teams from each group qualify to 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship in the Netherlands

    Photos by Bryan Cummings/Jamaica Observer

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