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Photo: Trinidad and Tobago goal scorer Nia Walcott (centre) is congratulated by teammates during Olympic qualifying action against Aruba in Couva on 30 September 2019.

Trinidad and To­ba­go skip­per Karyn Forbes and her team­mates got off to a dream start in their 2020 Olympic Games quest with a 3-0 win over Aru­ba in the open­ing CON­CA­CAF qual­i­fi­er at the Ato Boldon Sta­di­um in Cou­va.

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Former National Women’s Team player Dernelle Mascall has made up her mind that her future in football lies in coaching.  She loves the game and she intends to maintain her involvement.  She was sent by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association along with Desiree Sarjeant to the Concacaf Women’s D License course in Antigua and Barbuda last week.

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Part two: “We never feel like we can just be free and play!” Revisiting the Women’s W/Cup campaign.

For the first time in awhile, I noticed how disjointed we are during our pre-tournament camp in Raleigh. We have cliques, like all teams do; but we have to have the maturity to see past differences for the good of football and country. That was hard to do this time but I believe it was hard to do because of two main reasons.

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Photo: Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Saundra Baron takes a spot kick during France 2019 World Cup qualifying action at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. (Copyright Matthew Lee Kong/CA-Images/Wired868)

“I want real, lasting, impactful change for women’s football. David John-Williams ran his campaign on the premise of bringing women’s football to the forefront of his candidacy to lead the TTFA. Why is the Women’s National Team used a sacrificial piece to enhance these men and their chauvinistic values?

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