Big wins send Guyana, Honduras to 2022 CU17W
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Guyana players celebrates after scoring against Turks and Caicos Islands in an Group C match of the Concacaf Women´s Under-17 Qualifiers on November 1 2021 in Bradenton, Florida.

Big wins send Guyana, Honduras to 2022 CU17W

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MIAMI, Florida – Both Honduras and Guyana have qualified 2022 Concacaf Women’s Under-17
Championship after collecting big wins on Monday in the final matchday of Group C of CU17W
Qualifying at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Honduras completed the group with a perfect 3W-0D-0L record, outscoring opponents 25-0
after a 12-0 win against Anguilla.
Anyeli Rodriguez (21’, 24’, 69’) and Natalie Martinez (49’, 65’, 78’) notched hat tricks, Larissa
Arias (18’, 54’) supplied a brace and Esther Meza (7’), Karla Calix (38’), Susan Loany Henriquez
Palma (45’) and Ericka Cardenas Pavon (80’) all added goals in the victory.
It marks the second time that Honduras have qualified for the CWU17, but will be their first ever
appearance in the tournament due to the cancellation of the 2020 edition.

Guyana will also appear in the CU17W for the first time ever after topping Turks and Caicos
Islands, 6-0.
Guyana finished as the best-ranked second place team among the three groups with six points
from three matches to punch their ticket to next year’s tournament.
The Golden Jaguars got braces from Anaya Willabus (21’, 38’), Sandra Johnson (30’, 82’) and
Jalade Trim (47’, 53’) to secure the three points.
Honduras and Guyana will join Saint Kitts and Nevis and Curacao as teams who have
advanced to the 2022 CU17W from the Qualifying Stage.



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