Members of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 women’s football team will be leaving today for Panama, en route to Costa Rica, for a warm-up tour of the Central American nation.
Trinidad and Tobago youth team footballer Shanelle Warrick has excelled in her sophomore (second) year at Bryant and Stratton College, in Syracuse, upstate New York, United States.
A 20-member national Under-19 women’s football team was yesterday named by head coach Jamaal Shabazz for the Concacaf finals, which will be held in Guatemala from January 19-30.
Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 women’s football team coach Jamaal Shabazz stated that the team will not be overawed by the challenge that they will face at the CONCACAF Under-20 Final Round Qualifiers, scheduled in Guatemala from January 20-30 in Guatemala.
T&T U-20 Soca Princesses suffered a tough 4-0 defeat to a men’s U-15 squad yesterday, at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva, in a practice match organized to aid both teams with preparations for their respective upcoming tournaments.
T&T U-20 Soca Princesses camp is aloft with confidence ahead of its Concacaf Final Round Tournament and according to Fifa vice-president, Jack Warner, this can be largely attributed to the thrust that the T&T Football Federation has made in women’s football over the past two years.
National Under-17 striker, Jo-Marie Lewis was given the nod to join the Under-20 women’s team, as 27 players, 14-local based and 13 foreign based, entered a live-in camp yesterday. The camp is in preparation for the Concacaf U-20 Women’s World Cup Qualifying Tournament to be held in Guatemala from January 19 to 30 in which T&T has been drawn in the ‘Group of Death’ alongside USA, Mexico and Jamaica. The nine-day camp will break for Christmas on December 23 and resumefour days later.
Although disappointed at not being able to select some of his top players, for the upcoming Concacaf Final Round Tournament in Guatemala from January 19-30, national U-20 women’s football head coach Jamaal Shabazz believes his team has a fighting chance.
The Georgian Court University soccer team has made great strides over the past four years to compete with the best of the NCAA Division II East Region. On November 18th, two of its players launched a new chapter in Lions' soccer as they played in the Caribbean Football Union Leg of World Cup Qualifers in Trinidad.