• Saturday Sep 21, 2013

    Trinidad tops Grenada in CFU U-17 women’s tournament

    The Trinidad & Tobago Under-17 women's national team poses for a team photo prior to its Caribbean Football Union Women’s Under-17 Tournament finals match against Grenada on September 210, 2013, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

     

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Zoe Swift scored five goals and Trinidad & Tobago defeated Grenada 10-0 in Group B play at the 2013 Caribbean Football Union Women's Under 17 Tournament on Saturday at the Stade Sylvio Cator.

     

    Each of Swift’s tallies (2’, 8’, 19’, 38’, 45’) came in the opening half, as the young Soca Princesses jumped out to a 6-0 lead.  Summer Arjoon’s 25th minute strike made it 4-0.

     

    The Trinidadians would not score again until the 78th minute, when Chevonne John calmly headed home a Dennecia Prince corner.  John would add another just a minute later and Corel Carmichael (85’, 90’+3) completed the scoreline with two late goals.

     

    During the later stages of the encounter, Swift limped off the field with an undisclosed injury and is questionable for Monday’s game against Bermuda.  Grenada will look to bounce back the same day against the Dominican Republic.

     

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