TRINIDAD and Tobago’s women footballers kept their chances of securing the Gold Medal at the Central American and Caribbean Games with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Guatemala in Venezuela yesterday.
Jaimey Alleyne, who has played extensively on club and national teams in her homeland, has signed a letter of intent to continue her education and soccer career at Brenau University.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s team arrived in Merida City, Venezuela on Thursday and will face off with Nicaragua on Saturday in their opening match of the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games.
Petite striker, Kennya Cordner, saw T&T past Puerto Rico yesterday, by scoring two goals and assisting in a third, to help register her team’s second win in three matches in the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC).
T&T’s senior Soca Princesses will be aiding the preparation of their U-17 counterparts for the Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup, in light of Concacaf’s withdrawal from the Central American and Caribbean Games (CAC).
The Soca Princesses, Trinidad and Tobago's senior national women's team, will need to beat Puerto Rico tonight after narrowly going under 1-0 to hostesses Venezuela on Monday, second night of action in the Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games women's football tournament in Merida, Venezuela.
A Caribbean vacation would be a nice gift for any recent graduate, but Janelle McGee is hoping for an extended stay.
T&T’s Senior Women footballers defeated Nicaragua 4-0 with goals from Ahkeela Mollon (2), Tasha St Louis and Kennya Cordner in the opening match of their CAC Games tournament in Venezuela on Saturday.
On Wednesday the 23rd of June Trinidad and Tobago national senior women's team player Ahkeela Darcel Mollon will be signing on to play with top Swedish team Jurgardens IF.