National senior women’s team duo Patrice Superville and newcomer Ranae Ward says they are both enjoying the intense level of training with the team under head coach Carolina Morace and her assistant Nicola Williams.
Both players were speaking at a recent training session at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo after returning from a short break following the two warm up matches against Venezuela.
Superville has been a regular member of the squad for some time and was involved in the 2015 World Cup qualifying campaign.
“I think the mood is good in the camp. The training has been intense, it’s been different and we are learning every session,” Superville said.
“The two games (against Venezuela) I think were tough. We are learning what she is teaching us and we are trying to play her game and I think this has been shown in the games and we will develop in the further games,” she added
Ward meantime made her senior debut against Venezuela.
“I was nervous obviously but as the game continued I got in the groove and I got more confident on the ball. It was a good experience overall. It is a great opportunity to train with one of the best coaches in the world and among the best players in the country so I am embracing this opportunity. It is always a fun environment to be in,” Ward said.
The national team continues to train up to five days per week as they prepare for the France 2019 World Cup qualifying campaign.