Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago laid strong claims to supremacy in Group A of the Caribbean Football Union Women’s Under-20 Finals, with overpowering victories over Anguilla and Grenada respectively.
Football in Trinidad & Tobago is very popular and has established its place among the sports enjoyed by the country’s citizens. This globally loved sport has, however, attracted not only the interest but the devotion of a set of twins from Southern Trinidad, who started their football career from as early as nine years old.
A 1-1 draw with hosts Cuba yesterday was not enough to put Trinidad and Tobago into the final round CONCACAF Under-20 Women's World Cup qualifying.
Cuba’s campaign for championship honours got off to a confident start, as the Women’s Under-20 team delivered a strong message to all rivals with a 7-2 victory over Grenada, in the first match of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under-20 Finals at Waterhouse Mini-Stadium on Friday.
Trinidad and Tobago's National Under 20 footballers secured their first win of the CFU final round of World Cup qualifiers with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Guyana at the Pedro Marrero National Stadium in Cuba on Monday.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 women’s team will kick off the Caribbean Football Union final round of World Cup qualification against Anguilla in Kingston this Friday (tomorrow) from 7pm.
Trinidad and Tobago's National Under 20 women's team lost 1-0 to Puerto Rico in their opening match of the Caribbean Football Union Qualifiers at the Pedro Marrero National Stadium in Cuba on Saturday morning.
T&T “Soca Princesses” blanked host Dominican Republic 3-0 in their Caribbean Football Union Under-20 qualifier at the Estadion Panamericano in San Cristobal on Tuesday evening.
T&T’s Under-20 Soca Princesses will continue their quest for a spot at the Concacaf Championships when they meet Puerto Rico in the first match of a double-header at the Estadio Pedro Marrero Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba from 10 am today.