Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s Team departs this evening for Santo Domingo where the will contest the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s Championship which serves as qualification for the 2022 FIFA Under 20 Women’s World Cup.
T&T are in Group G and will open their account against El Salvador on February 25th at the Estadio Pan Americano in San Cristobal. They then face St Kitts/Nevis on Feb 27th and Canada on March 1st also at the San Cristobal venue.
The top three teams of the tournament will qualify for the 2022 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup and will join host nation Costa Rica as the CONCACAF representatives. The tournament will feature 20 teams and will be held in the Dominican Republic, between 25 February and 12 March 2022.
The highest-ranked 16 entrants advanced directly to the group stage of the final tournament, while the other 12 entrants participated in qualifying.The four group winners in qualifying advance directly into the knockout stage of the final tournament.
Also off to Dominican Republic are T&T match officials Crystal Sobers and Carissa Douglas-Jacobs. Sobers will serve as a referee during the championship with Douglas-Jacobs appointed as an assistant referee for the tourney.
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Chelsea Ramnauth (Police FC), Aaliyah Alexandra (Jewels FC/Tobago), Aklya Walcott (Essex County College/USA).
Ashante Wilson-Campbell (Jewels FC/Tobago), Moenesa Mejas (Trincity Nationals), Latifha Pascall (Navarro College/USA), Chrissy Mitchell (Southwestern Christian University/USA), Derisha Briston (Jewels FC/Tobago).
Sarah De Gannes (Brewton-Parker College), Marley Walker (Charleston SC/USA), Aaliyah Trim (FC Ginga), Darrianne Henry (Jewels FC/Tobago), Charlize Hood (Police FC), Celine Loraine (Jewels FC/Tobago), Lillian Selvon (Trincity Nationals), Tori Paul (University of Maryland), Maria Serrant (Corban University), Temia St. Clair (UTT Patriots).
Shurella Mendez (Unattached), Jhelysse Anthony (International Soccer Club/USA).