• Tuesday Mar 23, 2004

    Trinidad & Tobago advances to CONCACAF U-19 Final Round

    Trinidad  & Tobago advanced to the CONCACAF U-19 Women's Final Round Qualification in Canada after defeating the host, Surinam 5:0 in the second-leg held at Dr. F.E. Essedstadium in Paramaribo on 21 March, and winning the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Series A Final Round, 7:1 on aggregate.

    After winning the first-leg 2:1 in Macoya, Trinidad & Tobago on 13 March, the soca princesses easily took the second encounter, courtesy of two goals each by Maylee Attin-Johnson and Aveann Douglas and another by Dernelle Mascall in the 5:0 victory.

    Two other CFU teams in the CONCACAF Final Round Qualification in Canada will join Trinidad & Tobago as Jamaica takes an 11:0 lead to Kingston where they meet Puerto Rico in the CFU Series B second-leg encounter on 28 March. The reggae girlz won the first-leg in Caquas, Puerto Rico on 21 March, 11:0, with a six-goal performance by Venecia Reid, while Tashana Vincent added two more scores in the victory.

    The CFU Series C has Dominican Republic hosting the Bahamas in both matches on 26 and 28 March in Santo Domingo.

    Final Round - CFU 
    Series A
    21.03.2004: Paramaribo, SURINAME; Dr. F. E. Essedstadium (A: 2600)
    Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 13', 27'; Dernelle MASCALL 35'; Aveann DOUGLAS 58', 68'
    Booked: TRI - Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 43', Nadia JAMES 73'
    Trinidad & Tobago wins 7:1 on aggregate

    Series B
    21.03.2004: Caquas, PUERTO RICO; Parque Millan Clara
    PUERTO RICO - JAMAICA 0:11 (0:6)
    Tashana VINCENT 19', 21'; Venecia REID 23', 34', 37', 46', 70', 83'; Jodiann MCGREGORI 65'; Petagaye SOMAN 73'; Sheree MARROW 81'
    Booked: Tania GUADALUPE (PUR) 54'
    R: Shane DE SILVA (TRI)

    28.03.2004: Kingston, JAMAICA; Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex (16:00)

    Series C
    26.03.2004: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte (15:30)

    28.03.2004: Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; Estadio Olímpico Juan Pablo Duarte (15:30)

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