T&T Senior Soca Princesses captain, Maylee Attin-Johnson believes that more local women players have the potential to play professionally.
Arin King and Ahkeela Mollon provided the high points in an otherwise flat performance as Trinidad and Tobago’s Soca Princesses defeated Barbados 5-0 in a Group F CONCACAF Gold Cup Caribbean Zone qualifier on Wednesday night at Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.
Maylee Attin-Johnson will lead T&T’s senior Soca Princesses when they begin their quest for the top spot in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Final Round Tournament.
T&T senior women’s football captain, Maylee Attin-Johnson wants her team to stay focused and keep their standard up for the remaining two matches in the Caribbean Football Union Final Round Qualifying Tournament.
The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has added an extra round of qualifying to determine the teams it will send to the Women’s Gold Cup later this year.
The mood in the Trinidad and Tobago camp at the Crowne Plaza was one of relief on being able to begin their 2010 Concacaf Gold Cup qualifying campaign on a winning note.
T&T’s Senior Soca Princesses had their first training session as a full team yesterday morning at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port-of-Spain. All eight of the foreign based players were in attendence, following their return home on Wednesday.
Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana both scored opening victories against St Lucia and Barbados respectively on the first day of matches in the Caribbean Football Union Gold Cup Qualifying matches at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya on Monday evening.
T&T’s senior women footballers will resume training today at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo from 9.30 am, as the last of its foreign-based players returned home yesterday for a six-day camp which also began yesterday.