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Canada's women's U-17 team has arrived safely in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago in advance of a pair of Women's U-17 International Friendly matches. Canada will play Thursday 29 March and Saturday 31 March against host Trinidad and Tobago, with both matches to be played in the early evening.

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Women’s football technical director Even Pellerud says that this country’s chances at the CONCACAF Women U-17 final round of qualifiers are reasonable as he expects the experience gained at the 2010 World Cup to be of tremendous benefit to the local team.

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T&T’s Under-17 Soca Princesses, buoyed by their 8-0 thrashing of Guyana in their Caribbean Football Union U-17 Women’s Final Round Championship qualifier  on Tuesday will go after a second win from as many matches this afternoon against Bahamas.

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Guyana’s Kailey Leila (left) challenges Trinidad’s Jonnelle Warrick (centre) for a ball during their CFU Under-17 final-round World Cup qualifier at the Tony Spaulding Complex yesterday. Leila’s teammate Ursuline Primus (right) looks on. T&T won the game, 8-0. (Photo: Jermaine Barnaby)T&T Under-17 girls team led by striker Anique Walker blasted Guyana 8-0 in their opening match of the Caribbean Football Union U-17 Women’s Final Round Championship at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday.

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Jamaica's Shantell Thompson (left) battling with Trinidad and Tobago's Khadisha Debesette during yesterday's final match in the Under-17 Women's Caribbean Football Union World Cup qualifiers at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in St Andrew. (Photo Credit: Jamaica Gleaner).Trinidad and Tobago secured group honours and bragging rights after Diarra Simmons' 65th-minute strike carried the 'Soca Princesses' to a 1-0 win over their hosts in a top-of-the-table CFU Under-17 final-round qualifying clash at the Anthony Spaulding Complex yesterday.

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T&T Under-17 Soca Princesses led by striker Anique Walker will kick off their Caribbean Football Union U-17 Women’s Championship against Guyana from 3pm (4pm Jamaica Time) at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex, Jamaica today.

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