T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors booked a spot in the CONCACAF finals after beating Puerto Rico 4-3 on sudden-death penalty-kicks following a 1-1 draw at the end of regulation and extra-time in their Caribbean Football Union third place playoff in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Friday.
Trinidad and Tobago women footballers lost its Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women's Under-20 semi-final 2-0 to hosts Haiti on Wednesday night and will now meet Puerto Rico for the final qualifying spot into the CONCACAF Zone final to be held in December.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s Footballers made a winning start to the Caribbean Football Union Final round of World Cup qualification with a come from behind 4-1 victory over Curacao at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti on Thursday evening.
CFU finals, Concacaf spot up for grabs
T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors will come up against host Haiti in the first match of a semifinal double-header when the Caribbean Football Union U-20 Women’s Championship continues at the Sylvio Cator Stadium, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, from 4 pm.
T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors will depart for Port-au-Prince, Haiti today where they will contest the eight-team Caribbean Football Union Under-20 Women’s Championship from tomorrow until October 23.
The night's feature match saw two Caribbean powerhouses, Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica, play for Group B top honours.
Having played a key role in getting the T&T Under-20 women’s team to the Final Round of the Caribbean U-20 World qualifiers, national team forward Maya Matouk is focusing her energies on the next phase which will see T&T contest the Finals in Haiti in a few weeks time.
Group B action continued today in the Caribbean Football Union Women's Under 20 Finals underway here with Trinidad and Tobago being held to a draw by St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Jamaica defeating Curaçao 2-0. The Trinidad and Tobago vs. St. Vincent and the Grenadines game ended 1-1.
Trinidad and Tobago Under 20 Women’s player Maya Matouk is firm on the belief that she and her teammates have not accomplished anything and must remained focused on the task at their feet. And that entails maintaining their team bond and improving as a unit as they move on to the Caribbean Football Union Under 20 Women’s Championship in Haiti in October.