TRINIDAD AND Tobago women football team coach Anton Corneal is looking forward to the challenge of hosts Jamaica today, when both teams square off at the National Stadium, Kingston from 10 pm (T&T time).
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women defeated Antigua/Barbuda 5-0 in their second outing at the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Final Round at the National Stadium in Kingston today.
Trinidad and Tobago caretaker coach Anton Corneal released his final squad for the tournament late on Thursday after being able to confirm that US-based players Lauren Hutchinson and Naomie Guerra will be joining the squad in Kingston along with prolific forward Kennya Cordner. The Team will have its lone training session in Kingston tomorrow (Friday) at 4pm with seventeen players ahead of Saturday’s opening CONCACAF Caribbean Final round World Cup qualifier against Cuba.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women have been bolstered by the addition of overseas-based trio Kennya Cordner, Lauryn Hutchinson and Naomie Guerra going into their second match in the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s World Cup qualifier against Antigua/Barbuda on Wednesday from 5pm TT Time.
Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s Team caretaker coach Anton Corneal spoke to the Press on Monday as he looked ahead to the this country’s upcoming campaign at the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s final round of World Cup qualifying in Kingston Jamaica from August 25th-September 2nd.
Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Team coach Anton Corneal wants another victory as this country goes into their second outing against Antigua/Barbuda at the National Stadium in Kingston on Wednesday.
VETERAN WINGER Kennya “Ya Ya” Cordner will rejoin the national women’s football team, ahead of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Championship Qualification Caribbean Zone final round, which will take place from August 25 to September 2 in Kingston, Jamaica.
A hattrick by midfielder Kayla Taylor paced Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women to a 3-2 victory over Cuba in their opening CONCACAF Caribbean Final Round match at the National Stadium in Kingston on Saturday.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has again been accused of violating its constitution, after today’s appointment of Anton Corneal as caretaker head coach of the National Senior Women’s Team with Shawn Cooper as his assistant.