• Friday Nov 18, 2005

    Three Caribbean teams qualify to CONCACAF Women's U-20 Final Round

    Jamaica, Surinam and Trinidad & Tobago qualified to the 2006 CONCACAF Women's Under-20 Final Round in January after finishing in the top three positions at the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Quadrangular Final held at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Malabar, Trinidad & Tobago from 13-17 November 2005.

    The CFU event began on 13 November, as Surinam topped Haiti 2:1, while Jamaica edged Trinidad & Tobago 1:0.

    Two days later (15 November), Jamaica defeated Surinam 2:0, while Trinidad & Tobago posted a 3:1 victory over Haiti.

    The CFU Quadrangular concluded on 17 November, with Jamaica taking first-place honours after a 1:0 win over Haiti, while the Group's runner-up Trinidad & Tobago blanked third-place finisher Surinam by a score of 4:0.

    The three CFU teams will join Panama, another Central American squad, Canada, Mexico and the USA, in an eight-team final round qualification next year. From this event, three CONCACAF teams will advance to the 2006 FIFA Women's U-20 World Championship in Russia.

    2006 CONCACAF WOMEN'S UNDER-20 QUALIFICATION
    Malabar, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Larry Gomes Stadium
    Group (GP, W-L-T, F:A, PTS)
    Jamaica (3, 3-0-0, 4:1, 9)
    Trinidad & Tobago (3, 2-1-0, 7:2, 6)
    Surinam (3, 1-2-0, 2:7, 3)
    Haiti (3, 0-3-0, 2:9, 0)

    13.11.2005: SURINAM - HAITI 2:1
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - JAMAICA 0:1

    15.11.2005: JAMAICA - SURINAM 2:0
    HAITI - TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1:3

    17.11.2005: JAMAICA - HAITI 1:0
    TRINIDAD & TOBAGO - SURINAM 4:0

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