Trinidad, Haiti to meet in CFU U-17 Women’s final Sunday
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Trinidad & Tobago (left) and Haiti will meet Caribbean Football Union Women's Under-17 Tournament final on September 29, 2013, at the Stade Sylvi Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

 

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – With places at the 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s Championship already assured, Trinidad & Tobago and host Haiti will square off Sunday in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under-17 Tournament final at the Stade Sylvio Cator.

 

The pair advanced following semifinal wins on Friday.  Trinidad defeated Puerto Rico 4-1 after extra time, while Haiti got three second-half goals in a 4-0 triumph over previously undefeated and untied Bermuda.

 

Here’s a look at how each got to the CFU final:

 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (Group B runner-up)

Overall Tournament Record:  GP – 4; W – 3; D – 0; L – 1; GF – 19; GA – 3

 

RESULTS

10-0 win v Grenada

0-1 loss v Bermuda

5-1 win v Dominican Republic

4-1 win v Puerto Rico

 

GOALSCORERS

Six

Zoe Swift

 

Four

Corel Carmichael

 

Two

Summer Arjoon

Khaline Jacob

Maya Makouk

 

One

Chevonne John

Denencia Prince

 

 

 

HAITI (Group A runner-up)

Overall Tournament Record:  GP – 4; W – 3; D – 0; L – 1; GF – 32; GA – 2

 

RESULTS

6-0 win v Antigua & Barbuda

22-0 win v U.S. Virgin Islands

0-2 loss v Puerto Rico

4-0 win Bermuda

 

GOALSCORERS

Fifteen

Batcheba Louis

 

Eleven

Isnada Louis

 

Three

Rudena Paillere

 

Two

Sherly Jeudy

 

ONE

Verlene Estime

 

 

 

Tournament Facts

  • The 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 Women’s Championship will take place October 30 – November 9, in Montego Bay, Jamaica.  The eight-team tournament field consists of: Jamaica (host), Canada, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Mexico, Trinidad & Tobago and the United States.
  • Puerto Rico and Bermuda will meet in the match for third place, also on Sunday.
  • Haiti scored a tournament-best 32 goals in four matches, conceding only two…both against Puerto Rico.
  • During Group A play, Haiti’s Batcheba Louis scored 11 goals in a single game against the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  • Trinidad & Tobago was the only semifinalist to conceded at least one goal in more than one group stage game.