T&T senior team forward, Kennya Cordner has signed a professional contract with top Australian women’s football club, Brisbane Roars.
The Brisbane Roar Women will host Trinidad & Tobago international, Kennya Cordner this week as the talented striker trials for a spot with a number of Westfield W-League clubs.
Trinidad and Tobago’s female referee Cindy Mohammed has been selected to serve at the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany.
Technical Director of this country’s women’s program Even Pellerud restarted training of National teams last Friday and has adopted a different approach towards the preparations of the teams from what been the norm in the past.
Kennya Cordner put Trinidad ahead less than 11 minutes after the opening kickoff and the Soca Princesses went on to beat Caribbean rival Guyana 4-1 Tuesday night to finish both teams' campaigns in the CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifying.
National senior women’s footballer, Kennya Cordner left for Australia yesterday, where she will try out for four professional women’s football teams.
Maribel Dominguez scored for a second straight match and Evelyn Lopez added a second-half strike to put Mexico into the semifinals of the CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifying with a 2-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago Sunday night.
T&T’s senior women are currently on a weight programme as they engage in preparation for the qualification of the 2012 Olympic Games now that their 2011 Fifa World Cup qualifying campaign is over.
Jamaal Shabazz, coach of the T&T senior women’s team is looking to his side’s second match against Mexico in the Concacaf Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament tonight with hope. T&T suffered a 1-0 defeat against Canada on Friday evening in its first match in the tournament, and must now obtain maximum points from its next two matches against Mexico and Guyana respectively in Group ‘A’, if it is to have any chance of advancing to the next round. The Soca Princesses put on a gusty performance, but were undone by a 63rd minute Melissa Tancredi goal, after the T&T defence were caught sleeping on a Canadian counter attack, allowing Tancredi to set-up a solo run from midfield, before slotting home to the left of T&T goal keeper, Kimika Forbes. “I think there is a lot of hope for us, Mexico destroyed Guyana but I have confidence in the speed of our attack,” said Shabazz.