The National Under 20 Women’s team is getting additional support from members of the Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s team technical staff as they get ready for the upcoming CONCACAF Under 20 Women’s Championship which kicks off on January 18th with a double header at the Ato Boldon Stadium from 5pm.
Arima-Born sixteen-year old Kelsey Henry is one of the youngest players on the current National Under 20 Women’s team roster. And already she has the experience of being based in the United States having been enrolled at Western Texas College after graduating from St Joseph’s Convent and St Augustine Secondary.
National Under 20 Goalkeeper Klil Keshwar, like each of her National Under 20 teammates, all in their late teens have typical Christmas wishes. Some have their eyes on precious items, some will expect lovely surprises and some if not all are hopeful of world peace and more love. But there is one wish that they all have in common. It’s in hope of a reward that they will all be able to celebrate following the Christmas festivities – qualification for the 2019 FIFA Under 20 Women’s World Cup in France.
Trinidad and Tobago’s US-based defender Amaya Ellis is motivated more than ever before to have her best showing for this country at the upcoming CONCACAF Under 20 Women’s Championship which takes place at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva January 18-28.
Trinidad and Tobago Under-20 women football team central defender Natisha John may well be the “joker in the pack”, as she admits her passion for making jokes, especially among her team-mates.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s team continues its build up to the CONCACAF Under 20 Women’s championship with double sessions at the Hasely Crawford Stadium over the next couple days with head coach Jamaal Shabazz expected to announce the final squad to contest the qualifiers on Monday.
The 2018 CONCACAF Under 20 Women championship could be the kick that local football needs to change its fortunes in regional competition in terms of hosting rights and success on the field of play.
Trinidad and Tobago Women’s under 20 midfielder Renae Ward and her teammates are being pushed to exceed beyond their usual limits as the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship opener with Haiti approaches at the Ato Boldon Stadium on Thursday January 18th.
As the national Under-20 women’s team prepares for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship next month, Newsday profiles some of the players who will be representing this country. We chat with former SKHY FC star player Ranae Ward in this interview.