RANDY WALDRUM, coach of the national women football team, is pleased by the squad’s display as they got the better of Antigua/Barbuda 3-0 in their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup Final Round Group A battle at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Friday.
To meet Martinique in decider.
This country’s Soca Princesses will be confident of a third straight victory and a spot in Tuesday’s Caribbean Football Union Women’s Cup final when they come up against Martinique in their Group B decider at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, from 6.15 pm today.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s Team head coach Randy Waldrum says this country will enter the Caribbean Cup Finals in an attacking frame of mind when they face off with St Kitts/Nevis from 7:15pm on Wednesday at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
T&T Women won their second consecutive game at the 2014 Women’s Caribbean Cup when they defeated Antigua & Barbuda 3-0 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The Trinidad and Tobago national women’s team will start its Canada 2015 World Cup campaign on Wednesday night at the Hasely Crawford Stadium without its 52-year-old American head coach Randy Waldrum.
There was much welcomed news in the Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s Team camp this evening after prolific forward Kennya Cordner was cleared to resume training and play for this country in their remaining two Caribbean Cup encounters at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
TWO DAYS after returning from a training camp in Houston, Texas, USA, Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s national team will begin World Cup qualifying when they take on St Kitts-Nevis in their first match of the inaugural Women’s Caribbean Cup.
A hat-trick by Tasha St. Louis helped T&T Women steamroll St. Kitts & Nevis by a score of 10-0 in their opening match of 2014 Women's Caribbean Cup.
Trinidad & Tobago’s rare adventures in front of a global audience have been both spirited and resolute. On two recent occasions – the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ and the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup – the national team was managed by highly regarded imported coaches. Leo Beenhakker and Even Pellerud both ensured the Caribbean nation of just 1.2 million inhabitants punched well above its weight.