TRINIDAD AND Tobago Under-17 women football team coach Stephan De Four is looking ahead to the CONCACAF Final Round qualifiers in Guatemala from May 2-13.
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.
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.
Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Under 17 team qualified for the final CONCACAF qualifying round for the FIFA Under 17 World Cup when they defeated Bahamas 3-0 at the Anthony Spaulding Complex on Thursday.
The Under-17 Soca Princesses enter in a live-in camp tomorrow at Cascadia Hotel, St Ann’s prior to their departure for Jamaica on Sunday to compete at the Caribbean Football Union Under-17 Women’s Championship.
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.
STEPHAN DE FOUR, coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-17 women football team, is setting his sights on the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-17 Women Second Round Qualifiers.
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.
Soca Princesses captain Anique Walker returned from her one-match suspension with a vegeance as she netted seven times in her team’s 17-0 mauling of St Kitts/Nevis in their final Caribbean Football Union Group B qualifier at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on Wednesday.