Trinidad and Tobago have qualified for the finals of the 2013 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women's Under 17 Final, after defeating Puerto Rico in the first semi-final at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti.
T&T’s Under-17 Soca Princesses will come up against Puerto Rico in the first of two semifinals at the 2013 Caribbean Football Union Women’s Cup at the Stade Sylvio Cator from 4 pm today.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 17 women’s team commenced the final round of Caribbean Football Union World Cup qualifying action in fine style with a 10-0 rout of Grenada at the Silvio Cator Stadium in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday.
Trinidad and Tobago captured the last semifinal spot of the 2013 CFU Women's Under 17 Cup by defeating the Dominican Republic 5-1 at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Haiti.
T&T’s Women’s Under 17 team is in pursuit of a second appearance at a FIFA Under 17 Women’s World Cup.
Interim leader of the Independent Liberal Party (ILP) Jack Warner made his first appearance yesterday in the lawsuit brought against him by Imamuddin Baksh, managing director of Graphix Advantage Ltd, over money owed to him for work done during the 2010 Fifa Under-17 Women’s World Cup.
The Junior Soca Princesses’ Jahra Thomas ended with a tournament-high six goals as Trinidad and Tobago’s national women’s Under-17 football team ended Group Two Caribbean first-round qualifying for the Costa Rica 2014 FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup with an emphatic 13-0 win over the United States Virgin Islands on Sunday night.
Bermuda are through to the semifinals of the 2013 CFU Women’s Under 17 Cup currently being played in Haiti by virtue of a hard fought 1-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Women’s Under 17 team pulled off their second victory in Caribbean Football Union World Cup qualifying when they held off Antigua/Barbuda 4-1 at the Paul E Joseph Stadium in St Croix on Friday afternoon.