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CONCACAF 2006 Women’s Under-20 Tournament Recap


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2006 WOMEN’S UNDER-20 TOURNAMENT RECAP Contents.................................................................................... 2 2006 Women’s U-20 Tournament Group Standings, Results........................ 3 2006 Women’s U-20 Tournament Recap.............................................. Team Rosters (Canada – USA)............................................... Match Reports (Day 1-8)..................................................... Tournament Goalscorers....................................................

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2006 Preliminary Qualification......................................................... 22-25 Caribbean Zone................................................................. 22-24 Central American Zone......................................................... 25 All-Time U-19 Tournaments (2002-2004)............................................. 26-27 The Final Word...........................................................................

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2006 WOMEN’S UNDER-20 TOURNAMENT MEXICO Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal – Córdoba, Veracruz Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes – Veracruz, Veracruz FIRST ROUND Group A

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Canada

3

3

0

0

16:3

9

Mexico

3

2

1

0

14:3

6

Trinidad & Tobago

3

1

2

0

4:10

3

Panama

3

0

3

0

1:19

0

18.01.2006 18.01.2006 20.01.2006 20.01.2006 22.01.2006 22.01.2006 Group B

CANADA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 7:1 (4:0) MEXICO – PANAMA 10:0 (3:0) PANAMA – CANADA 0:6 (0:3) MEXICO – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2:0 (2:0) TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – PANAMA 3:1 (2:0) MEXICO – CANADA 2:3 (1:2)

Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

USA

3

3

0

0

13:1

9

Jamaica

3

2

1

0

13:5

6

El Salvador

3

1

2

0

4:8

3

Surinam

3

0

3

0

0:16

0 Murrillo Vidal Murrillo Vidal Murrillo Vidal Murrillo Vidal Murrillo Vidal Murrillo Vidal

350 1000 800 4500 300 4000

19.01.2006 19.01.2006 21.01.2006 21.01.2006 23.01.2006 23.01.2006

EL SALVADOR – SURINAM 3:0 (1:0) USA – JAMAICA 4:1 (2:0) JAMAICA – EL SALVADOR 3:1 (0:0) SURINAM – USA 0:4 (0:2) JAMAICA – SURINAM 9:0 (5:0) USA – EL SALVADOR 5:0 (3:0)

Estadio Rafael Estadio Rafael Estadio Rafael Estadio Rafael Estadio Rafael Estadio Rafael

1500 2200 500 1500 700 2500

Semifinals 25.01.2006 25.01.2006

CANADA – JAMAICA 2:1 (1:0) USA – MEXICO 3:0 (1:0)

Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes

2000 3141

Third Place 27.01.2006

MEXICO – JAMAICA 4:1 (1:1)

Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes

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Final 27.01.2006

CANADA – USA 2:3 (0:1)

Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes

1537

Canada, Mexico & USA qualified to 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship in Russia from 16 August – 2 September

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2006 RECAP (ROSTERS, MATCH REPORTS, GOAL SCORERS)

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CANADA (CAN)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Name Stephanie Labbe Katherine Radchuck Sophie Schmidt Caroline Vanderpool Emily Zurrer Kaylen Kyle Jodi-Ann Robinson Véronique Maranda Selenia Iacchelli Amanda Cicchini Desiree Scott Robin Rushton Rheanne Sleiman Aysha Jamani Kara Lang Paige Adams Molly Alexander Eden Hingwing Lisa Collison Erin McNulty

Pos. GK DF MD DF DF MD AT MD MD MD MD DF AT AT AT AT AT DF AT GK

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Goalkeeper Coach: Team Manager: Doctor: Trainer: Equipment Manager:

DOB 10.10.1986 27.02.1986 28.06.1988 15.07.1986 07.12.1987 06.10.1988 17.04.1989 18.08.1986 05.06.1986 28.02.1987 31.07.1987 02.01.1987 26.09.1989 28.06.1987 22.10.1986 06.02.1990 11.01.1986 11.06.1988 02.09.1986 03.06.1989

Andy SHARPE Ian BRIDGE Bob BIRARDA Shel BRODSGAARD Anne PELLERUD Cathy CAMPBELL Cassandra ZINKOWSKI Holly MAIR

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Club Univ. of Connecticut/USA Univ. of Connecticut/USA Vancouver Whitecaps Louisiana State Univ./USA Vancouver Whitecaps NTC-P Semiahmoo Spirit Univ. of Tennessee/USA Edmonton Aviators West Virginia Univ./USA NTC-P Toronto Lady Lynx NTC-BC Univ. of Nebraska/USA Vancouver Whitecaps Coquitlam City Washington State Univ./USA NTC-BC Ohio State Univ./USA NTC-P


EL SALVADOR (SLV)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 25

Name Sulma Claribel Villatoro Elizabeth Irma Coto Garcia Elena Cristina Caceres Karen Xiomara Lemus Ana Silva Chicas Silvia Marisol Ramos Patricia Gabriela Cardona Pamela Elizabeth Ramirez Jenny Carolina Urias Patricia Elizabeth Campos Milagro Del Carmen Fuentes Jael Eunice Gomez Miriam Patricia León Serpas

Pos. GK DF DF MD DF MD MD AT MD AT MD AT MD Celenia Floridalma Rodriguez MD Adriana Melissa Flores DF Urania Guadalupe Rosales AT Flor Morena Velásquez AT Norma Beatriz Portillo DF Ana Del Carmen Najarro DF Ana Yanci Bermudez GK

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Goalkeeper Coach: Delegate: Doctor: Trainers: Equipment Manager:

DOB 22.11.1986 20.04.1989 31.10.1986 28.08.1989 05.05.1986 03.03.1988 24.08.1987 01.11.1987 10.01.1987 17.03.1987 08.07.1987 09.03.1989 17.03.1986 09.01.1986 24.01.1991 12.10.1990 26.11.1986 13.02.1992 01.06.1986 27.07.1986

Club La Unión San Salvador San Salvador Santa Ana Morazán no club La Libertad no club San Salvador Usulután La Unión San Salvador Usulután Alhuachapán San Salvador no club no club Usulután San Salvador Usulután

Marvin Reynaldo BERNAL José Ricardo HERRERA Remberto SANTILLANA Carlos Felipe CAÑADAS Roberto Alcides FLORES Francisco AMAYA Manuel Jaime LOUCEL, Jose Luis RODRIGUEZ Abraham DIAZ

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JAMAICA (JAM)

No. 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22

Name Ashlie Wellington Correne Walker Shanique Mitchell Kenesha Reid Marcillee McBean Venicia Reid Julie Fearon Peta-Gaye Soman Omolyn Davis Kimmia Parker Natalya Manyan Paula Jackson Rochelle Bryan Kylela Brownhill Yolanda Hamilton Shereen Clarke Stacy-Ann Johnson Shakira Duncan Christina Murray Yanique Goldspring

Pos. GK AT AT AT DF AT DF MD MD MD DF GK MD DF DF MD DF MD MD MD

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Delegates: Team Manager: Doctor: Masseur:

DOB 21.10.1989 11.03.1986 10.08.1989 19.11.1989 12.03.1989 28.10.1987 31.01.1986 09.08.1988 09.08.1987 02.02.1989 20.01.1986 19.10.1988 11.12.1987 25.05.1987 26.05.1987 04.04.1990 11.05.1986 10.01.1989 08.10.1989 22.04.1986

Club no club Waterhouse FC Harbour View FC Barbican FC St. Catherine Portmore Strikers Barbican FC Harbour View FC Waterhouse FC Harbour View FC Waterhouse FC Harbour View FC Portmore Strikers Waterhouse FC Barbican FC Portmore Strikers Harbour View FC Harbour View FC Waterhouse FC Barbican FC

Crenston BOXHILL Vin BLAINE Xavier GILBERT Wendell DOWNSWELL, Michael RICKETTS Elaine WALKER-BROWN Javeal RAMDIAL Juan Pablo CAMARGO

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MEXICO (MEX)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Name Anjuli Ladron de Guevara Marisol Arevalo Nancy Gutierrez Leticia Villalpando Isabel Valdez Rebecca Juarez Maria De Lourdes Gordillo Christine Yvette Nieva Verónica Charlyn Corral

Monica Ocampo Tania Paola Morales Erika Vanegas Norma Mendez Ana Lilia Gomez Rebecca Mendoza Areli Martinez Janet Mendez Nancy Gandarilla Monique Cisneros Iliana Palma

Pos. GK DF DF MD DF MD MD AT AT AT MD GK MD MD MD AT AT AT AT AT

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coaches: Goalkeeper Coach: Doctor: Trainer: Masseur: Equipment Manager:

DOB 07.10.1986 08.06.1987 02.06.1987 08.01.1988 19.05.1986 13.12.1986 03.04.1986 07.10.1986 11.09.1991 04.01.1987 22.12.1986 07.07.1988 10.03.1987 24.07.1987 12.07.1987 11.03.1988 24.08.1988 30.01.1987 17.11.1989 11.05.1988

Club Chivas Ventura College/USA Cerritos College/USA Vista del Logo HS/USA México FC Arsenal/USA Andrea’s Soccer Arizona State Univ./USA Andrea’s Soccer Gaceles Univac Chivas Guerreras Arsenal/USA Asturias Univ. of Notre Dame/USA Selección Jalisco Arsenal/USA Atlas Maysair HS/USA Andrea’s Soccer

Juan Enrique SILVA Leonardo CUELLAR Carlos CUELLAR, Ali KHOSROSHAHIN Jorge Luis VELASCO Maria De Lourdes Herlinda DURAN José Luis RESENDIZ Rene AMAYA Hugo CABRERA

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PANAMA (PAN)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19

Name Laila Fuertes Kendra Chavarria Mayra De La Rosa Karol Solis Yadira Pacheco Belisa Belloso Katherine Sanchez Joan Rodriguez Yaremis Jimenez Sumara Samuels Farissa Cordoba Kessiah Wattley Nicole Abrego Yaideth Espino Nayeli Machado Verónica Asprilla Carmen Quintana

Pos. GK DF DF DF MD DF MD AT MD MD GK MD MD AT AT DF MD

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Goalkeeper Coach: Delegate: Coordinator: Doctor: Trainers:

DOB 22.10.1986 25.11.1989 08.03.1986 25.08.1986 14.03.1989 25.06.1987 12.08.1989 19.03.1987 13.11.1987 19.10.1988 30.06.1989 23.03.1989 29.09.1986 15.08.1987 27.12.1987 17.07.1987 05.10.1989

Club ULACIT ULACIT ULACIT San Martin Navy Bay Chorrera Sport San Martin San Martin American ULACIT Navy Bay San Martin ULACIT American Navy Bay Las Aguilas San Martin

Ariel ALVARDO Noel DEVEAUX Kenneth ZSEREMETA Abelardo PEREZ Marilyn LUZCANDO Rolando GONZALEZ Carlos MERON Jimmy AVILA, Gerinaldo MARTINEZ

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SURINAM (SUR)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22

Name Lorraine Dompig Roxane Djarksi Jefta Plato Charissa Jakaoemo Vanessa Napo Rowena Taweroe Lucretia Hasselnook Cherrilynn Alimoenadi Onica Tol Aisa Smit Daniella Rolder Vanity Eyken Olga Adelaar Eline Scholsberg Debora Jeso Lucretia Krak Rachel Jubitana Cheryl Gallant

Pos. GK DF DF DF DF MD AT MD AT AT AT AT MD AT DF MD DF GK

Delegation Head of Delegation: Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Doctor: Trainer: Chaperone: Equipment Manager:

DOB 14.06.1987 22.06.1989 26.05.1986 26.05.1986 16.05.1986 10.11.1988 08.08.1989 04.02.1988 26.10.1986 17.11.1986 14.05.1987 08.11.1987 14.02.1987 01.06.1988 29.11.1986 08.08.1989 17.04.1987 24.08.1990

Club Dosko Witsanti Adjoema Adjoema Diva Ananaca Oemasoso Oemasoso Diva Diva Merodia Oemasoso Witsanti Dosko Diva Dosko Witsanti Merodia

Dennis POCORNI Kenneth JALIENS Jeanette VAN GENDEREN Ferdy BECK Aard Hartog DEN Regonnie READ Mario RENTURM

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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (TRI)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 21 23

Name Kimika Forbes Ayana Russell Anastasia Prescott Katrina Meyer Kia Rigsby Jemilia Mathlin Dernelle Mascall Patrice Superville Maylee Attin-Johnson Aveann Douglas Janine Francois Maria Mohammed Bianca Walker Marissa Mohammed Christine Rose Stephanie De Souza Kennya Cordner Tamar Watson Julieann McDougall Kermica Alexander

Pos. GK DF DF DF DF DF MD DF AT AT MD GK MD MD DF MD AT MD GK AT

Delegation Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coaches: Team Managers: Trainer: Equipment Manager:

DOB 28.08.1990 16.03.1988 27.06.1987 23.09.1986 09.03.1986 07.06.1986 20.10.1988 08.04.1987 09.05.1988 10.08.1986 01.01.1989 20.02.1987 05.10.1988 20.02.1987 07.03.1987 15.12.1988 11.11.1988 30.12.1987 18.10.1989 19.09.1986

Club Stokely Vale FC Joe Public FC no club Joe Public FC Florida International Univ./USA

Real Dimensions FC Petrotrin SC Real Dimensions FC Cumberland Univ./USA Joe Public FC Real Dimensions FC Univ. of Tampa/USA Real Dimensions FC Univ. of Tampa/USA Real Dimensions FC Gulliver HS St. Clair Coaching School Real Dimensions FC St. Clair Coaching School Memphis FC

Jamaal SHABAZZ Izler BROWNE, Marlon CHARLES, Kestor LENDOR Jinelle JAMES, Ricarda NELSON Nicole KISTOW Steve FREDERICK

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Name Valerie Henderson Jordan Angelli Stephanie Logterman Caroline Dew Nicole Kryzsik Brittany Taylor Amanda Poach Lauren Cheney Danesha Adams Alexandra Long Brittany Brock Amy Rodriguez Christina DiMartino Jessica Rodstedt Lindsey Beam Kelley O’Hara Sarah Wagenfuhr Kelsey Davis Meagan Holmes Kasey Moore

Pos. GK AT DF DF DF AT MD AT AT MD MD AT MD AT MD AT DF GK DF DF

Delegation Women’s U-20 Technical Director: Assistant Coach: Goalkeeper Coach: Coordinator: Doctor: Trainer: Equipment Manager:

DOB 19.04.1986 31.05.1986 25.02.1986 08.12.1986 23.05.1987 18.09.1987 25.07.1987 30.09.1987 06.06.1986 29.03.1989 11.04.1987 17.02.1987 06.11.1986 03.03.1986 27.03.1986 04.08.1988 31.12.1986 14.05.1987 21.02.1986 03.08.1987

Timothy SCHULZ Gregg MURPHY Steve BRANZ Amy COLQUHOUN Christina ALLEN Lois FARREL Jesse BIGNAMI

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Club UCLA Univ. of Santa Clara Univ. of Texas Univ. of Notre Dame Univ. of Virginia Univ. of Connecticut Univ. of Santa Clara Ben Davis HS UCLA Penn State Univ. of Norte Dame USC UCLA Univ. of Virginia UNC Starrs Mills HS Florida State Univ. UCLA USC Univ. of Texas


Group A - Day 1

CANADA & MEXICO OPEN CONCACAF WOMEN’S U-20s WITH VICTORIES

18.01.2006: Canada and the host Mexico opened the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round with victories over Trinidad & Tobago and Panama respectively, in Group A at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz. Two goals by Reanner Sleiman and one each from Lisa Collison, Aysha Jamani, Kaylen Kyle, Veronique Maranada and Jodi-Ann Robinson led Canada to a 7:1 victory over Trinidad & Tobago. Aveann Douglas scored the only goal for the soca princesses via a penalty kick, while the maple leafs extend their perfect record in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification games to a 6-0-0 record. In the other Group A encounter in Veracruz, Verónica Charlyn Corral scored four times, Christine Yvette Nieva had two, while Rebecca Mendez, Tania Paola Morales, Monica Ocampo and Isabel Valdez all had a goal for Mexico in the 10:0 win over Panama. Match #1 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 350) CANADA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 7:1 (4:0) Lisa COLLISON 17’; Veronique MARANDA 24’; Aysha JAMANI 29’; Jodi-Ann ROBINSON 36’; Kaylen KYLE 78’; Reanner SLEIMAN 82’, 90’+ – Aveann DOUGLAS 59’ pen

Match #2 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 1000) MEXICO – PANAMA 10:0 (3:0) Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 18’, 36’, 55’, 60’; Christine Yvette NIEVA 30’, 72’; Monica OCAMPO 54’; Rebecca MENDEZ 74’; Tania Paola MORALES 79’; Isabel VALDEZ 85’

CAN: 1-Stephanie Labbe – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4-Caroline Vanderpool, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinson (64: 6-Kaylen Kyle), 8-Veronique Maranada, 10Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani (87: 5-Emily Zurrer), 16-Paige Adams, 18-Eden Hingwing, 19-Lisa Collison (64: 13Reanner Sleiman). Booked: Hingwing 58’, Kyle 89’ TD: Ian BRIDGE

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 2-Marisol Arevalo (66: 18-Nancy Gandarilla), 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez, 7-Maria De Lourdes GordilloC, 8-Christine Yvette Nieva, 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral (76: 16-Areli Martinez), 10-Monica Ocampo (70: 15-Rebecca Mendoza), 11-Tania Paola Morales. Booked: none TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes – 2-Ayana Russell, 3Anastasia Prescott, 4-Katrina Meyer (89: 14Marissa Mohammed), 5-Kia Rigsby (45: 6-Jemilia Mathlin), 7-Dernelle Mascall, 8-Patrice Superville, 9-Maylee Attin-Johnson-C, 10-Aveann Douglas, 16-Christine Rose (45: 18-Stephanie De Souza), 19-Kennya Cordner. Booked: Rose 20’, Prescott 25’ TD: Jamaal SHABAZZ

PAN: 1-Laila Fuertes – 2-Kendra Chavarria, 3Mayra De La Rosa, 5-Yadira Pacheco, 6-Belisa Belloso, 9-Joan Rodriguez, 10-Yaremis Jimenez (65: 19-Carmen Quintana), 11-Sumara Samuels, 15-Nicole Abrego-C, 17-Nayeli Machado (46: 14Kesiah Wattley), 18-Veronica Asprilla. Booked: Chavarria 14’, Belloso 35’, Wattley 60’ TD: Noel DEVEAUX R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY), A1: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY), A2: Paulette RILEY (JAM), FO: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

R: Arlene TROYA (PAN), A1: Elizabeth AGUIRRE (NCA), A2: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), FO: Verónica BRITO BRITO (MEX)

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Group B - Day 2

EL SALVADOR & USA POST WINS IN GROUP B OPENERS

19.01.2006: El Salvador and USA posted victories over Surinam and Jamaica, respectively, in Group B action of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round at the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal in Córdoba, Mexico. El Salvador topped Surinam 3:0, while the USA defeated Jamaica by a score of 4:1. Patricia Gabriela Cardona got the salvadoreñas on the board in the 37th minute and then added her second of the match on the 63rd minute-mark. Patricia Elizabeth Campos closed out the scoring in the 72nd minute. In the second encounter on Thursday, Christina DiMartino opened the scoring for the USA on the 38th minute-mark. The goal was the first conceded by Jamaica in their last 583 minutes of CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification. After Amy Rodriguez scored just before halftime, Lauren Cheney made it 3:0 in favor of the stars & stripes with a goal in the 70th minute. Peta-Gaye Soman got the reggae girlz on the board five minutes later but Cheney scored her second tally of the match with 10 minutes remaining. Match #3 Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 1500) EL SALVADOR – SURINAM 3:0 (1:0) Patricia Gabriela CARDONA 37’, 63’; Patricia Elizabeth CAMPOS 72’

Match #4 Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 2200) USA – JAMAICA 4:1 (2:0) Christina DIMARTINO 38’; Amy RODRIGUEZ 45’+; Lauren CHENEY 70’, 80’ – Peta-Gaye SOMAN 75’

SLV: 1-Sulma Claribel Villatoro – 2-Elizabeth Irma Coto Garcia, 3-Elena Cristina Caceres-C, 5Ana Silva Chicas, 8-Patricia Gabriela Cardona, 9Pamela Elizabeth Ramirez (32: 13-Jael Eunice Gomez), 10-Jenny Carolina Urias (68: 14-Miriam Patricia León Serpas), 11-Patricia Elizabeth Campos, 12-Milagro Del Carmen Fuentes, 16Adriana Melissa Flores (85: 15-Celenia Floridalma Rodriguez), 20-Ana Del Carmen Najarro. Booked: none TD: José Ricardo HERRERA

USA: 18-Kelsey Davis – 4-Caroline Dew, 5-Nicole Kryzsik-C, 7-Amanda Poach, 8-Lauren Cheney, 9Danesha Adams (71: 14-Jessica Rodstedt), 12Amy Rodriguez (46: 10-Alexandra Long), 13Christina DiMartino (46: 2-Jordan Angelli), 15Lindsey Beam, 17-Sarah Wagenfuhr, 19-Meagan Holmes. Booked: Long 54’, Cheney 71’ TD: Timothy SCHULZ JAM: 13-Paula Jackson – 7-Venicia Reid, 8-Julie Fearon, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman, 10-Omolyn Davis (67: 17-Shereen Clarke), 11-Kimmia Parker, 12Natalya Manyan, 14-Rochelle Bryan (49: 5Kenesha Reid), 16-Yolanda Hamilton, 18-StacyAnn Johnson-C (61: 3-Correne Walker), 19Shakira Duncan. Booked: Fearon 69’ TD: Vin BLAINE

SUR: 1-Lorraine Dompig – 3-Jefta Plato, 4Charissa Jakaoemo, 5-Vanessa Napo, 6-Rowena Taweroe, 7-Lucretia Hasselnook-C, 8-Cherrilynn Alimoenadi, 9-Onica Tol, 10-Aisa Smit (46: 15Debora Jeso), 11-Daniella Rolder, 13-Olga Adelaar. Booked: Napo 39’, Plato 87’ TD: Kenneth JALIENS

R: Shane DESILVA (TRI), A1: Cindy MOHAMMED (TRI), A2: Charlene DOUGLAS (CAN), FO: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

R: Quetzalli ALVARADO GODINEZ (MEX), A1: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), A2: Mayte Ivonne CHAVEZ (MEX), FO: Verónica BRITO BRITO (MEX)

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Group A - Day 3

CANADA & MEXICO SECURE SEMIFINAL BERTHS 20.01.2006: Canada and the host Mexico secured their berths to the semifinals of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round after defeating Panama and Trinidad & Tobago respectively, in Group A at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz. Three goals by Jodi-Ann Robinson, two tallies from Aysha Jamani and another by Eden Hingwing led Canada to a 6:0 victory over Panama. The victory extends the maple leafs’ perfect record in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification games to 7-0-0. In the other Group A encounter, Verónica Charlyn Corral and Tania Paola Morales each scored for Mexico in the 2:0 win against Trinidad & Tobago. Match #5

Match #6

Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 800)

Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 4500)

PANAMA – CANADA 0:6 (0:3) Aysha JAMANI 8’, 49’; Jodi-Ann ROBINSON 18’, 62’, 68’; Eden HINGWING 28’

MEXICO – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 2:0 (2:0) Tania Paola MORALES 9’; Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 18’

PAN: 1-Laila Fuertes – Kendra Chavarria, 3Mayra De La Rosa, 5-Yadira Pacheco, 6Belisa Belloso, 9-Joan Rodriguez, 10Yaremis Jimenez (46: 16-Yaideth Espino), 11-Sumara Samuels, 15-Nicole Abrego-C (78: 14-Kesiah Wattley), Veronica Asprilla, Carmen Quintana. Booked: De La Rosa 14’, Pacheco 18’, Abrego 61’ TD: Noel DEVEAUX

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 2Marisol Arevalo (28: 15-Rebecca Mendoza), 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez, 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C, 8-Christine Yvette Nieva (59: 17-Janet Mendez), 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral, 10-Monica Ocampo, 11Tania Paola Morales (70: 18-Nancy Gandarilla). Booked: Nieva 52’, Ocampo 67’ TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4-Caroline Vanderpool, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinso, 8-Veronique Maranda (59: 6-Kaylen Kyle), 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14Aysha Jamani, 16-Paige Adams, 18-Eden Hingwing (80: 5-Emily Zurrer), 19-Lisa Collison (67: 13-Rheanne Sleiman). Booked: none TD: Ian BRIDGE

TRI: 1-Kimika Forbes – 2-Ayana Russell, 3Anastasia Prescott, 4-Katrina Meyer, 6Jemilia Mathlin (85: 20-Tamar Watson), 7Dernelle Mascall, 8-Patrice Superville (71: 23-Kermica Alexander), 9-Maylee AttinJohnson-C, 10-Aveann Douglas, 14-Marissa Mohammed (52: 18-Stephanie De Souza), 19-Kennya Cordner. Booked: Prescott 42’, Cordner 86’ TD: Jamaal SHABAZZ

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY), A1: Paulette RILEY (JAM), A2: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY), FO: Verónica BRITO BRITO (MEX)

R: Sandra SERAFINI (USA), A1: Kimberly OBERLE (USA), A2: Elizabeth AGUIRRE (NCA), FO: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

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Group B - Day 4

JAMAICA & USA WIN GROUP B ENCOUNTERS

21.01.2006: Jamaica and USA won their Group B encounters of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Tournament against El Salvador and Surinam, respectively, at the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal in Córdoba, Mexico. Jamaica defeated El Salvador 3:1, while the USA topped Surinam by a 4:0 score. Omolyn Davis, Kimmia Parker and Kenesha Reid all scored for the reggae girlz, while Patricia Elizabeth Campos had the only goal for the salvadoreñas in the loss. In the other encounter, goals by Alexandra Long, Kelley O’Hara, Amanda Poach and Amy Rodriguez led the stars & stripes to the victory over the Surinamese. Match #7 Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 500) JAMAICA – EL SALVADOR 3:1 (0:0) Kenesha REID 51’; Omolyn DAVIS 53’; Kimmia PARKER 56’ – Patricia Elizabeth CAMPOS 71’

Match #8 Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 1500)

SURINAM – USA 0:4 (0:2) Amy RODRIGUEZ 6’; Alexandra LONG 25’; Amanda POACH 54’; Kelley O’HARA 63’

SUR: 1-Lorraine Dompig – 2-Roxane Djarski, 3Jefta Plato, 4-Charissa Jakaoemo, 5-Vanessa Napo, 6-Rowena Taweroe (59: 12-Vanity Eyken), 7-Lucretia Hasselnook-C, 8-Cherrilynn Alimoenadi (83: 10-Aisa Smit), 9-Onica Tol, 11-Daniella Rolder, 15-Debora Jeso. Booked: Taweroe 87’ TD: Kenneth JALIENS

JAM: 13-Paula Jackson – 5-Kensha Reid, 7Venicia Reid, 8-Julie Fearon, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman (68: 6-Marcillee McBean), 10-Omolyn Davis, 11-Kimmia Parker, 12-Natalya Manyan, 16-Yolanda Hamilton, 18-Stacy-Ann Johnson-C (61: 20-Christina Murray), 19-Shakira Duncan (80: 17-Shereen Clarke). Booked: Fearon 70’, Hamilton 83’, V. Reid 88’ TD: Vin BLAINE

USA: 1-Valerie Henderson – 2-Jordan Angelli (35: 9-Danesha Adams), 3-Stephanie Logterman, 5-Nicole Kryzsik-C, 6-Brittany Taylor, 10-Alexander Long (45: 7-Amanda Poach), 11-Brittany Brock, 12-Amy Rodriguez, 13-Christina DiMartino, 14-Jessica Rodstedt (45: 16-Kelley O’Hara), 20-Kasey Moore. Booked: Adams 87’, Sent offs: Rodriguez 73’ TD: Timothy SCHULZ

SLV: 1-Sulma Claribel Villatoro (25-Ana Yanci Bermudez) – 2-Elizabeth Irma Coto Garcia, 3Elena Cristina Caceres-C, 5-Ana Silvas Chicas, 7-Silvia Marisol Ramos (46: 13-Jael Eunice Gomez), 8-Patricia Gabriela Cardona, 10Jenny Carolina Urias (69: 14-Miriam Patricia León Serpas), 11-Patricia Elizabeth Campos, 12-Milagro Del Carmen Fuentes, 16-Adriana Melissa Flores, 20-Ana Del Carmen Najarro. Booked: Najarro 62’, Fuentes 75’ TD: José Ricardo HERRERA

R: Veronica BRITO BRITO (MEX), A1: Charlene DOUGLAS (CAN), A2: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), FO: Quetzalli ALVARDO GODINEZ (MEX)

R: Arlene TROYA (PAN), A1: Mayte Ivonne CHAVEZ (MEX), A2: Cindy MOHAMMED (TRI), FO: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

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Group A - Day 5

CANADA TAKES FIRST-PLACE HONOURS IN GROUP A

22.01.2006: Canada took first-place honours in Group A of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under20 Tournament after a 3:2 victory over the host Mexico at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz. Kara Lang opened the scoring for Canada just four seconds into the match, making it the fastest goal in the history of CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification. Sophie Schmidt increased the lead in the 17th minute of the first half, but Monica Ocampo got Mexico back in the game with a goal on the 23rd minute-mark. Schmidt had her second tally for the maple leafs three minutes into the second half, but Verónica Charlyn Corral scored for the tricolor in the 79th minute. Both Canada and Mexico had already qualified for the semifinals from Group A and will meet the Winner and Runner-up from Group B in Veracruz. In an earlier Group A encounter on Sunday, Trinidad & Tobago defeated Panama by a 3:1 score. Maylee Attin-Johnson scored in the sixth, 45th and 69th minutes, respectively, for the soca princesses, while Joan Rodriguez had the only goal for the canaleras with 10 minutes remaining in the loss. Match #9 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 300) TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – PANAMA 3:1 (2:0) Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 6’, 45’, 69’ – Joan RODRIGUEZ 80’

Match #10 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 4000) MEXICO – CANADA 2:3 (1:2) Monica OCAMPO 23’ pen; Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 79’ – Kara LANG 1’; Sophie SCHMIDT 17’, 48’

TRI: 21-Julieann McDougall – 2-Ayana Russell, 4Katrina Meyer, 5-Kia Rigsby (73: 13-Bianca Walker), 7-Dernelle Mascall, 8-Patrice Superville, 9-Maylee Attin-Johnson-C, 10-Aveann Douglas, 14-Marissa Mohammed (65: 20-Tamar Watson), 18-Stephanie DeSouza (58: 11-Janie Francois), 19-Kennya Cordner. Booked: Meyer 29’, Attin-Johnson 37’ TD: Jamaal SHABAZZ

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez, 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C (78: 17-Janet Mendez), 8-Christine Yvette Nieva (72: 19-Monique Cisneros), 10-Monica Ocampo (30: 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral), 11-Tania Paola Morales, 15-Rebecca Mendoza, 18-Nancy Gandarilla. Booked: none TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

PAN: 1-Laila Fuertes – 2-Kendra Chavarria, 3Mayra De La Rosa, 4-Karol Solis (60: 16-Yaideth Espino), 5-Yadira Pacheco, 6-Belisa Belloso (45: 18-Veronica Asprilla), 9-Joan Rodriguez, 11Sumara Samuels (80: 8-Katherine Sanchez), 15Nicole Abrego-C, 17-Nayeli Machado, 19-Carmen Quintana. Booked: Quintana 34’ TD: Noel DEVEAUX

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4Caroline Vanderpool, 5-Emily Zurrer, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinson, 8-Veronique Maranda, 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani, 15Kara Lang (70: 13-Rheanne Sleiman) (88: 19-Lisa Collison), 16-Paige Adams (42: 6-Kaylen Kyle). Booked: none, Sent offs: Robinson 38’ TD: Ian BRIDGE

R: Sandra SERAFINI (USA), A1: Elizabeth AGUIRRE (NCA), A2: Kimberly OBERLE (USA), FO: Quetzalli ALVARADO GODINEZ (MEX)

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY), A1: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY), A2: Paulette RILEY (JAM), FO: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

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Group B - Day 6

JAMAICA & USA PROGRESS TO SEMIFINALS

23.01.2006: The USA and Jamaica progressed to the semifinals of the 2006 CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Final Round after finishing first and second, respectively, in Group B held at the Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal in Córdoba, Mexico. Jamaica became the first Caribbean nation to reach the CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Tournament Semifinals after defeating Surinam by a score of 9:0. Venicia Reid scored three times, while Kimmia Parker and Kenesha Reid each added two goals for the reggae girlz in the victory. In the second encounter, two goals by Lauren Cheney and Jessica Rodstedt led the USA to a 5:0 victory over El Salvador. Match #11

Match #12

Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 700)

Córdoba; Estadio Rafael Murillo Vidal (A: 2500)

USA – EL SALVADOR 5:0 (3:0) Lauren CHENEY 28’, 31’; Caroline DEW 43’; Jessica RODSTEDT 58’, 78’

JAMAICA – SURINAM 9:0 (5:0) Shakira DUNCAN 15’; OG 30’; Kenesha REID 32’, 80’; Kimmia PARKER 36’, 78’; Venicia REID 37’, 53’, 90’

USA: 1-Valerie Henderson – 3-Stephanie Logterman, 4-Caroline Dew-C (46: 20-Kasey Moore), 6-Brittany Taylor, 8-Lauren Cheney (46: 9-Danesha Adams), 11-Brittany Brock (46: 7-Amanda Poach), 14-Jessica Rodstedt, 15-Lindsey Beam, 16-Kelley O’Hara, 17Sarah Wagenfuhr, 19-Meagan Holmes. Booked: none TD: Timothy SCHULZ

JAM: 13-Paula Jackson (46: 1-Ashlie Wellington) – 5-Kenesha Reid, 7-Venicia Reid-C, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman, 10-Omolyn Davis, 11-Kimmia Parker, 12-Natalya Manyan, 15-Kylela Brownhill, 16-Yolanda Hamilton (46: 6-Marcillee McBean), 19Shakira Duncan (59: 22-Yanique Goldspring), 20-Christina Murray. Booked: Manyan 20’ TD: Vin BLAINE

SLV: 25-Ana Yanci Bermudez – 2-Elizabeth Irma Coto Garcia, 3-Elena Cristina CaceresC, 5-Ana Silva Chicas (62: 16-Adriana Flores), 8-Patricia Gabriela Cardona, 11Patricia Elizabeth Campos, 12-Milagro Del Carmen Fuentes, 13-Jael Eunice Gomez, 14-Miriam Patricia León Serpas (46: 17Urania Guadalupe Rosales), 15-Celenia Floridalma Rodriguez (75: 10-Jenny Carolina Urias), 20-Ana Del Carmen Najarro. Booked: Cardona 40’ TD: Jose Ricardo HERRERA

SUR: 1-Lorraine Dompig – 2-Roxane Djarski, 3-Jefta Plato, 4-Charissa Jakaoemo, 5Vanessa Napo, 6-Rowena Taweroe (31: 10Aisa Smit), 7-Lucretia Hasselnook-C, 8Cherrilynn Alimoenadi (65: 17-Rachel Jubitana), 9-Onica Tol, 11-Daniella Rolder (42: 12-Vanity Eyken), 15-Debora Jeso. Booked: none TD: Kenneth JALIENS R: Verónica BRITO BRITO (MEX), A1: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), A2: Mayte Ivonne CHAVEZ (MEX), FO: Sandra SERAFINI (USA)

R: Shane DESILVA (TRI), A1: Cindy MOHAMMED (TRI), A2: Charlene DOUGLAS (CAN), FO: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

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Semifinals - Day 7

CANADA & USA QUALIFY TO 2006 FIFA WOMEN’S U-20s

25.01.2006: Canada and USA qualified to the FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Championship later this year in Russia after defeating Jamaica and the host Mexico, respectively, in the semifinals of the 2006 CONCACAF Final Round Tournament at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz. The defending CONCACAF champion, Canada took a 1:0 lead just before halftime over Jamaica, who were playing in their first CONCACAF Women’s Youth Semifinal, with a goal by Selenia Iacchelli. In the second half, Kimmia Parker leveled the match for the reggae girlz in the 65th minute, but six minutes later, Lisa Collison notched the game-winner for the maple leafs for the 2:1 final score. The victory extends Canada’s perfect record in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification games to 9-0-0, also secures them a berth in their third consecutive FIFA World Championship (Canada 2002, Thailand 2004, Russia 2004). In the other CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Tournament Semifinal in Veracruz, the USA topped Mexico 3:0. Brittany Brock opened the scoring for the stars & stripes in the 21st minute-mark. Then, Amy Rodriguez increased the lead over the tricolores in the 59th minute. Brock closed out the scoring in the 71st minute for the victory and the USA’s third consecutive qualification to the FIFA Women’s Youth World Championship (Canada 2002, Thailand 2004, Russia 2004). Match #13 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 2000) CANADA – JAMAICA 2:1 (1:0) Selenia IACCHELLI 45’; Lisa COLLISON 71’ – Kimmia PARKER 65’

Match #14 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 3141) USA – MEXICO 3:0 (1:0) Brittany BROCK 21’, 71’; Amy RODRIGUEZ 59’ USA: 18-Kelsey Davis – 2-Jordan Angelli, 3Stephanie Logterman, 5-Nicole Kryzsik-C, 8Lauren Cheney (75: 14-Jessica Rodstedt), 9Danesha Adams (46: 16-Kelley O’Hara), 10Alexandra Long, 11-Brittany Brock, 12-Amy Rodriguez, 13-Christina DiMartino (46: 7-Amanda Poach), 20-Kasey Moore. Booked: Kryzsik 35’, O’Hara 51’ TD: Timothy SCHULZ

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4Caroline Vanderpool, 6-Kaylen Kyle, 8-Veronique Maranda, 9-Selenia Iacchelli (51: 19-Lisa Collison), 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11-Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani, 15-Kara Lang (72: 13-Rheanne Sleiman), 18-Eden Hingwing. Booked: Kyle 63’ TD: Ian BRIDGE JAM: 13-Paula Jackson – 5-Kenesha Reid (50: 4Shanique Mitchell), 7-Venicia Reid-C, 8-Julie Fearon, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman, 10-Omolyn Davis (61: 17-Shereen Clarke), 11-Kimmia Parker, 12Natalya Manyan, 16-Yolanda Hamilton, 19Shakira Duncan (85: 14-Rochelle Bryan), 20Christina Murray. Booked: Clarke 81’ TD: Vin BLAINE

MEX: 1-Anjul Ladron De Guevara – 2-Marisol Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez (57: 9-Verónica Charlyn Corral), 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C, 8Christine Yvette Nieva, 11-Tania Paola Morales (32: 13-Norma Mendez), 15-Rebecca Mendoza, 18-Nancy Gandarilla (19-Monique Cisneros). Booked: Villalpando 71’ TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

R: Arlene TROYA (PAN), A1: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), A2: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY), FO: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

R: Walter QUESADA (CRC), A1: Elizabeth AGUIRRE (NCA), A2: Cindy MOHAMMED (TRI), FO: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

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Finals - Day 8

USA CAPTURES 2006 WOMEN’S U-20 TITLE; MEXICO GAINS FINAL WC SPOT

27.01.2006: The USA captured their first CONCACAF Women’s Under-20 Tournament Title after a 3:2 victory over Canada in the 2006 Final at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes in Veracruz, Mexico. With both teams already qualified to the 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship in Russia, the stars & stripes took a 1:0 lead in the CONCACAF finale with a goal by Amy Rodriguez in the opening eight minutes, but Aysha Jamani tied it for the maple leafs in the 56th minute of the second half. Jodi-Ann Robinson gave Canada the 2:1 advantage in the 60th minute-mark, but Jessica Rodstedt leveled the match for the USA 12 minutes later. Lauren Cheney scored the game-winner for the stars & stripes in the 81st minute and ended the maple leafs’ nine-game winning streak in CONCACAF Women’s Youth Qualification. Earlier in the day, Mexico gained the final Confederation berth to the 2006 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Championship after defeating Jamaica 4:1 in the CONCACAF Tournament’s Third-Place game at the Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes. The tricolores opened the scoring in 19 minutes into the match with an own goal by the reggae girlz’ Christina Murray, but Venicia Reid tied it on the 33rd minute-mark. Nancy Gandarilla gave Mexico a 2:1 lead two minutes into the second half and then Verónica Charlyn Corral scored in the 68th and 90th minutes, respectively, for the 4:1 final score as the tricolor will make their second appearance in a FIFA Women’s Youth Tournament later this year. "It was a great competition because the ones that qualified for me are the three best teams in CONCACAF and they will do well at the World Championships in Russia," said CONCACAF President Jack Warner at a press conference after the final. "Mexico have progressed greatly in Women's Football, the USA and Canada, until now are the top teams in this level but two to four years it will be more competitive and it will be very difficult for all teams to qualify." Match #15 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 1537) MEXICO – JAMAICA 4:1 (1:1) OG 19’; Nancy GANDARILLA 47’; Verónica Charlyn CORRAL 68’ pen, 90’ – Venicia REID 33’

Match #16 Veracruz; Estadio Luis Pirata Fuentes (A: 1537) CANADA – USA 2:3 (0:1) Aysha JAMANI 56’; Jodi-Ann ROBINSON 60’ – Amy RODRIGUEZ 8’; Jessia RODSTEDT 72’; Lauren CHENEY 81’

MEX: 1-Anjuli Ladron De Guevara – 2-Marisol Arevalo, 3-Nancy Gutierrez, 4-Leticia Villalpando, 5-Isabel Valdez, 6-Rebecca Juarez (83: 17-Janet Mendez), 7-Maria De Lourdes Gordillo-C, 8Christine Yvette Nieva, 10-Monica Ocampo (46: 9Verónica Charlyn Corral), 13-Norma Mendez (46: 15-Rebecca Mendoza), 18-Nancy Gandarilla. Booked: none TD: Leonardo CUELLAR

CAN: 20-Erin McNulty – 3-Sophie Schmidt-C, 4Caroline Vanderpool, 7-Jodi-Ann Robinson, 8Veronique Maranda, 10-Amanda Cicchini, 11Desiree Scott, 14-Aysha Jamani, 15-Kara Lang (45: 19-Lisa Collison), 16-Paige Adams (5-Emily Zurrer), 18-Eden Hingwing (81: 13-Rheanne Sleiman). Booked: Schmidt 26’ TD: Ian BRIDGE

JAM: 13-Paula Jackson – 4-Shanique Mitchell, 7Venicia Reid-C, 8-Julie Fearon, 9-Peta-Gaye Soman (81: 3-Correne Walker), 10-Omolyn Davis (37: 17Shereen Clarke), 11-Kimmia Parker, 12-Natalya Manyan, 16-Yolanda Hamilton, 19-Shakira Duncan (67: 5-Kenesha Reid), 20-Christine Murray. Booked: Parker 51’, Fearon 68’, K. Reid 90’ TD: Vin BLAINE

USA: 18-Kelsey Davis – 2-Jordan Angelli, 4-Caroline Dew, 5-Nicole Kryzsik-C, 7-Amanda Poach, 8Lauren Cheney, 11-Brittany Brock (59: 13-Christina DiMartino), 12-Amy Rodriguez (45: 14-Jessica Rodstedt), 15-Lindsey Beam, 16-Kelley O’Hara (89: 19-Meagan Holmes), 17-Sarah Wagenfuhr. Booked: Dew 35’, Beam 89’, Sent offs: Dew 41’ TD: Timonthy SCHULZ

R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY), A1: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY), A2: Elizabeth AGUIRRE (NCA), FO: Walter QUESADA (CRC)

R: Shane DESILVA (TRI), A1: Cindy MOHAMMED (TRI), A2: Maria Isabel TOVAR (MEX), FO: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

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2006 WOMEN’S U-20 TOURNAMENT Last Name First Name CORRAL Veronica Charlyn CHENEY Lauren ROBINSON Jodi-Ann JAMANI Aysha PARKER Kimmia REID Venicia RODRIGUEZ Amy ATTIN-JOHNSON Maylee REID Kenesha RODSTEDT Jessica BROCK Brittany CAMPOS Patricia Elizabeth CARONA Patricia Gabriela COLLISON Lisa MORALES Tania Paola NIEVA Christine OCAMPO Monica SCHMIDT Sophie SLEIMAN Reanner DAVIS Omolyn DEW Caroline DIMARTINO Christina DOUGLAS Aveann DUNCAN Shakira GANDARILLA Nancy HINGWING Eden IACCHELLI Selenia KYLE Kaylen LANG Kara LONG Alexandra MARANDA Veronique MENDEZ Rebecca O'HARA Kelley POACH Amanda RODRIGUEZ Joan SOMAN Peta-Gaye VALDEZ

Last Name DJARSKI MURRAY

Isabel OWN GOALS First Name Roxane Christina

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GOALSCORERS # Team 9 MEX 8 USA 7 CAN 14 CAN 11 JAM 7 JAM 12 USA 9 TRI 5 JAM 14 USA 11 USA 11 SLV 8 SLV 19 CAN 11 MEX 8 MEX 10 MEX 3 CAN 13 CAN 10 JAM 4 USA 13 USA 10 TRI 19 JAM 18 MEX 18 CAN 9 CAN 6 CAN 15 CAN 10 USA 8 CAN 15 MEX 16 USA 7 USA 9 PAN 9 JAM

Goals 8 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

5

MEX

1

# 2 20

Team SUR JAM

Goals 1 1


2006 QUALIFICATION CARIBBEAN ZONE Caribbean Football Union (CFU) First Round Castries, ST. LUCIA; Mindoo Phillip Ground Group A

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Trinidad & Tobago

3

3

0

0

47:0

9

Grenada

3

1

1

1

11:12

4

St. Lucia

3

1

1

1

5:20

4

ST. Vincent/Grenadines

3

0

3

0

1:32

0

17.08.2005: GRENADA – TRINIDAD/TOBAGO 0:11 (0:6) Kennya CORDNER 4’, 20’, 21’, 24’, 63’, 68’, 75’; Aveann DOUGLAS 8’, 38’, 65’; Stephanie DESOUSA 59’ Booked: none R: Varnette LAING (BAH)

ST. LUCIA – GRENADA 1:1 (0:1) Shawis WILSON 56’ – Deslyn LANGIAGNE 8’ Booked: none R: Monique RAS (ARU)

ST. LUCIA – ST. VINCENT/GRENADINES 4:1 (0:0) Elliasa MARQUIS 47’, 54’, 67’; Shawis WILSON 80’ – Akiria SAMUEL 83’ Booked: Denise CHARLES (LCA) R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

21.08.2005: ST. VINCENT/GRENADINES – GRENADA 0:10 (0:5) Deslyn LANGIAGNE 27’, 30’, 37’; Rockel HOOD 42’, 70’, 86’; Kishanee THOMAS 45’, 54’; Lindonna RENNIE 84’; OG 90’ Booked: VIN – Roxanne HANNAWAY 60’, Kendra PROVIDENCE 87’ R: Monique RAS (ARU)

19.08.2005: TRINIDAD /TOBAGO – ST. VINCENT/GRENADINES 18:0 (13:0) Stephanie DESOUSA 12’, 36’; Kennya CORDNER 15’, 18’, 21’, 33’, 38’; Karyn FORBES 16’, 60’, 86’; Aveann DOUGLAS 20’, 26’; Janine FRANCOIS 25’; Dernelle MASCALL 37’; Bianca WALKER 45’, 47’, 78’; Candace EDWARDS 46’ Booked: Alicia PILGRIM (VIN) 18’ R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

ST. LUCIA – TRINIDAD/TOBAGO 0:18 (0:10) Stephanie DESOUSA 9’, 35’, 48’, 49’; OG 14’; Kennya CORDNER 21’, 28’, 30’, 33’; Janine FRANCOIS 32’; Aveann DOUGLAS 37’, 44’, 74’, 80’; Ayana RUSSEL 62’; Bianca WALKER 70’; Anastatia PRESCOTT 79’; Stephanie BARROW 85’ Booked: LCA – Veronique LAMONTAYNE 37’, Fana ALCEE 69’ R: Varnette LAING (BAH)

Paramaribo, SURINAM; Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium Group B

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Surinam

3

3

0

0

11:2

7

Anguilla

3

1

1

1

6:4

4

Dominica

3

1

1

1

2:4

4

Netherlands Antilles

3

0

2

1

2:11

1

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20.09.2005: ANGUILLA – NETH. ANTILLES 5:2 (2:1) Karisa LAKE 34’; Jaynelle LAKE 41’, 75’, 85’, 89’ – Stephany VAN THIJS 4’; Stephanie ERKELENS 77’ Booked: Macaya JOVIANOA (ANT) 14’ R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

ANGUILLA – SURINAM 1:1 (0:1) Shelissa WILLIAMS 90’+ – Aisa SMIT 44’ Booked: Melissa CARTY (AIA) 46’ R: Shane DESILVA (TRI) 24.09.2005: DOMINICA – ANGUILLA 1:0 (1:0) Nicala JEAN-JACQUES 12’ Booked: Nicala JEAN-JACQUES (DMA) 12’ R: Monique RAS (ARU)

SURINAM – DOMINICA 4:1 (1:1) Daniella ROLDER 10’; Lugretia HASSELNOOK 53’, 56’, 80’ – Emaline LOCKHART 43’ Booked: Emaline LOCKHART (DMA) 24’ R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

SURINAM – NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 6:0 (2:0) Omica TOL 5’; Aisa SMIT 42’, 72’; Rowena TAWEROE 50’, 63’, 74’ Booked: none R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

22.09.2005: NETH. ANTILLES – DOMINICA 0:0 Booked: none R: Monique RAS (ARU) Group C

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Jamaica

3

3

0

0

29:0

9

Antigua & Barbuda

3

2

1

0

7:11

6

Bahamas

3

1

2

0

6:16

3

St. Kitts & Nevis

3

0

3

0

0:15

0

26.09.2005: Cayon, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; St. Maynard´s Park ST. KITTS & NEVIS – BAHAMAS 0:5 (0:1) OG 39’; Amanda RITCHIE 60’; Nakesia ROLLE 63’; Talitha WOOD 72’; Sascha HAMILTON 79’ Booked: none R: Richard PIPER (TRI)

30.09.2005: St. Johns´, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; YASCO Grounds ANTIGUA/BARBUDA – ST. KITTS/NEVIS 3:0 (2:0) Britiney JACOBS 2’, 76’; Moria MURRAY 19’ Booked: none R: Richard PIPER (TRI) JAMAICA – BAHAMAS 12:0 (5:0) Omolyn DAVIS 5’, 44’; Shanique MITCHELL 14’, 52’; Kimmia PARKER 27’; Venecia REID 29’, 49’; Kimmia PARKER 65’, 73’, 90’; Rochelle BRYAN 80’; Latoya PANTON 87’ Booked: Yolanda HAMILTON 54’ – Talitha WOOD 3’, Leslie SEALEY 38’, Swante STEVENS 39’ R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

28.09.2005: Cayon, ST. KITTS & NEVIS; St. Maynard´s Park ANTIGUA & BARBUDA - BAHAMAS 4:1 (3:0) Ganace COLBOURNE 3’, 38’; Karen WARNER 29’; Britney JACOBS 55’ - Talitha WOOD 70’ pen’ Booked: none R: Neal BRIZAN (TRI) ST. KITTS & NEVIS – JAMAICA 0:7 (0:3) Shanique MITCHELL 2’, 22’; Vanessa REID 34’, 46’, 51’; Yolanda HAMILTON 64’; Kimmia PARKER 86’ Booked: Ceather CAREY (SKN) 60’ R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

02.10.2005: St. Johns´, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA; Antigua Recreation Ground ANTIGUA & BARBUDA – JAMAICA 0:10 (0:6) Venecia REID 1’, 9’, 41’, 60’, 88’; Peta-Gaye SOMAN 20’; Shanique MITCHELL 43’, 81’; Omolyn DAVIS 45’; Kimmia PARKER 55’ Booked: none R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Group D

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Haiti

3

3

0

0

27:1

9

Dominican Republic

3

2

1

0

34:2

6

US Virgin Islands

3

1

2

0

12:22

3

British Virgin Islands

3

0

3

0

0:51

0

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21.09.2005: Santo Domingo; Estadio Parque del Este BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS – HAITI 0:11* Nacila ESPERA 2’, 27’, 31’; Mancuchka PIERRELOUIS 7’, 10’, 20’; Roselene JOSEPH 23’, 26’; Wisline DOLCE 36’, 39’; Fiorda CHARLES 37’ Booked: none R: Varnette LAING (BAH) *abandoned in 39th minute, British Virgin Islands had six players remaining

DOMINICAN REP. – BRITISH VIR. ISL. 25:0 (14:0) Jenifer URIBE 3’, 5’, 83’; Oliva SANTANA 6’, 31’, 41’, 48’; Ana FRIAS 9’, 44’; Yolanda Osana VALERIO 14’, 30’, 35’, 38’, 42’; 52’, 63’, 84’, 88’, 90’; Johanna SANTELIS 22’; Angelica CRUZ 27’, 50’; Leandra SANCHEZ 72’; Raynesa PERALTA 81’; Eleniza PICHARDO 85’ Booked: none R: Victor STEWART (JAM) 25.09.2005: San Cristobal; Estadio Panamericano US VIRGIN ISL. – BRITISH VIRGIN ISL. 12:0 (7:0) Gabrille PAGE 9’, 87’; Mackiesh TAYLOR 15’, 32’; Sissel HOLLOWAY 22’, 74’, 88’; Zavdito KAZA-AMLAK 28’, 54’; Felicia FERRANTE 33’, 82’; Shalyssa PARRILLA 44’ Booked: none R: Varnette LAING (BAH)

DOMINICAN REP. – US VIRGIN ISL. 8:0 (3:0) Johanna SANTELIS 12’; Ana FRIAS 14’, 59’, 90’+; Rudibel ROSARIO 38’; Eleniza PICHARDO 55’; Yolanda Osana VALERIO 61’, 71’ Booked: De’Nequa PHILLIP (VIR) 45’+ R: Courtney CAMPBELL (JAM) 23.09.2005: Santo Domingo; Estadio Parque del Este HAITI – US VIRGIN ISLANDS 14:0 (6:0) Roselene JOSEPH 10’, 24’, 34’, 43’, 52’; Wisline DOLCE 18’; Soline BELLEVUE 22’; Nacila ESPERA 54’; Fiorda CHARLES 75’; Jesula LEONE 89’, 90’ Booked: Gravina KRIZIA (VIR) 73’ R: Raymond PINE (JAM)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – HAITI 1:2 (1:1) Jenifer URIBE 32’ – Roselene JOSEPH 29’; Jesula LEONE 90’+ Booked: Yadirsa FERNANDEZ 61’ – Daphnee CADET 34’, Roselene JOSEPH 73’, Nacilia ESPERA 81’ R: Victor STEWART (JAM)

CFU Quadrangular Final Malabar, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO; Larry Gomes Stadium Group

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Jamaica

3

3

0

0

4:0

9

Trinidad & Tobago

3

2

1

0

7:2

6

Surinam

3

1

2

0

2:7

3

Haiti

3

0

3

0

2:9

0

13.11.2005: SURINAM – HAITI 2:1 (0:0) AISA SMIT 49’, 68’ – Nadia VALENTIN 75’ Booked: Cherrily ALMOENDI 21’, Jefta PLATO 45’ – Ancy BADIO 29’ R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

HAITI – TRINIDAD & TOBAG0 1:3 (1:2) Roselene JOSEPH 39’ – Kennya CORDNER 12’, 45’; Stephanie BARROW 48’ Booked: HAI – Carmela ARISTILDE 18’, Roselene JOSEPH 19’ R: Monique RAS (ARU)

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – JAMAICA 0:1 (0:0) Shanique MITCHELL 65’ Booked: Jemilia MATHLIA (TRI) 82’ R: Cynette JEFFREY (GUY)

17.11.2005: JAMAICA – HAITI 1:0 (0:0) Venicia REID 77’ Booked: Julie FEARON (JAM) 71’ R: Monique RAS (ARU)

15.11.2005: JAMAICA – SURINAM 2:0 (0:0) Venecia REID 75’; Omolyn DAVIS 82’ Booked: none R: Shane DESILVA (TRI)

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – SURINAM 4:0 (3:0) Maylee ATTIN-JOHNSON 14’, 35’; Kennya CORDNER 22’, 59’ Booked: Cherrily ALMOENDI (SUR) 29’ R: Dianne FERREIRA-JAMES (GUY)

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CENTRAL AMERICAN ZONE Unión Centroamericana de Fútbol (UNCAF) Triangulars Ciudad de Panamá, PANAMA; Estadio Rommel Fernández Triangular 1

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Panama

2

2

0

0

7:1

6

Honduras

2

1

1

0

3:3

3

Nicaragua

2

0

2

0

1:7

0

09.11.2005: PANAMA – NICARAGUA 5:0 (5:0) Joan RODRIGUEZ 9’, 36’, 39’; Sumara SAMUELS 15’, 33’ Booked: none R: Erica VARGAS (CRC)

13.11.2005: PANAMA – HONDURAS 2:1 (0:0) Sumara SAMUELS 82’; Karina BARAHONA 90’+ – Waleska AMAYA 63’ pen Booked: PAN – Erika CONTRERAS 26’, Sumara SAMUELS 54’, Mayra DE LA ROSA 86’ Sent offs: Erika CONTRERAS (PAN) 75’ R: Delmy FUENTES (SLV)

11.11.2005: NICARAGUA – HONDURAS 1:2 (0:1) Modesta ROJAS 60’ – Rafael ARGUETA 8’; Waleska AMAYA 90’+ Booked: Modesta ROJAS (NCA) 83’ R: Delmy FUENTES (SLV)

Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Estadio Cementos Progreso Triangular 2

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

El Salvador

2

1

0

1

1:0

4

Costa Rica

2

1

1

0

6:1

3

Guatemala

2

0

1

1

0:6

1

22.11.2005: GUATEMALA – EL SALVADOR 0:0 Booked: Andrea Maria TOBAR 26’, Nailea MALDONADO 43’, Julissa MARTINEZ 67’ – Pamela Elizabeth RAMIREZ 20’, Patricia Gabriela CARDONA 29’, Adriana Melissa FLORES 80’ Sent offs: Adriana Melissa FLORES (SLV) 88’ R: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

26.11.2005: GUATEMALA – COSTA RICA 0:6 (0:1) Cristin GRANADOS 36’; Maciel CHACON 56’, 70’; Monica SALAZAR 75’; Vanessa ROJAS 82’, 87’ Booked: Wendy Soraida RODRIGUEZ 54’ – Ivonne RODRIGUEZ 47’, Monica SALAZAR 66’, Stephanie MORA 89’ R: Arlene TROYA (PAN)

24.11.2005: COSTA RICA – EL SALVADOR 0:1 (0:1) Pamela RAMIREZ 12’ Booked: Cristin GRANADOS 72’, Monica MALAVASSI 85’ – Mirian Patricia SERPAS 52’ R: Juana PADILLA (HON)

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CONCACAF All-Time Women’s U-19 Final Round Tournaments 2002 QUALFICATION Caribbean Zone (*Host)

Group

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Costa Rica

3

3

0

0

23:1

9

Group A

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Jamaica*

3

2

0

1

32:0

7

Panama

3

2

1

0

20:2

6

Trinidad/Tobago

3

2

0

1

30:0

7

Guatemala

3

1

2

0

5:16

3

Grenada

3

1

2

0

3:39

3

Nicaragua

3

0

3

0

0:25

0

Bahamas

3

0

3

0

1:27

0

18.12.2001: 18.12.2001: 20.12.2001: 20.12.2001: 22.12.2001: 22.12.2001:

20.03.2002: 20.03.2002: 22.03.2002: 22.03.2002: 24.03.2002: 24.03.2002:

BAHAMAS – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 0:13 JAMAICA – GRENADA 21:0 GRENADA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 0:17 JAMAICA – BAHAMAS 11:0 GRENADA – BAHAMAS 3:1 JAMAICA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 0:0

COSTA RICA – GUATEMALA 9:1 PANAMA – NICARAGUA 8:0 NICARAGUA – COSTA RICA 0:12 PANAMA – GUATEMALA 7:0 GUATEMALA – NICARAGUA 5:0 COSTA RICA – PANAMA 2:0

FINAL ROUND Malabar, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

Group B

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Group A

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Surinam

3

3

0

0

22:2

9

Mexico

3

2

0

1

9:2

7

Antigua/Barbuda*

3

2

1

0

12:4

6

Trinidad & Tobago

3

1

1

1

6:9

4

Guyana

3

1

2

0

5:10

3

Jamaica

3

0

1

2

3:4

2

Dominica

3

0

3

0

0:23

0

Panama

3

0

1

2

4:7

2

17.01.2002: 17.01.2002: 19.01.2002: 19.01.2002: 21.01.2002: 22.01.2002:

ANTIGUA/BARBUDA – DOMINICA 8:0 SURINAM – GUYANA 7:1 SURINAM – DOMINICA 12:0 ANTIGUA/BARBUDA – GUYANA 3:1 DOMINICA – GUYANA 0:3 ANTIGUA/BARBUDA – SURINAM 1:3

Group C

07.05.2002: 07.05.2002: 09.05.2002: 09.05.2002: 11.05.2002: 11.05.2002:

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Haiti*

3

3

0

0

15:0

9

Dominican Rep.

3

2

1

0

9:2

6

Puerto Rico

3

1

2

0

4:9

3

US Virgin Islands

3

0

3

0

1:18

0

08.01.2002: 08.01.2002: 10.01.2002: 10.01.2002: 12.01.2002: 12.01.2002:

Bacolet, TRINIDAD & TOBAGO Group B

DOMINICAN REP. – PUERTO RICO 4:0 HAITI – US VIRGIN ISLANDS 9:0 DOMINICAN REP. – US VIRGIN ISL. 5:1 HAITI – PUERTO RICO 5:0 PUERTO RICO – US VIRGIN ISL. 4:0 HAITI – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1:0

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

USA

3

3

0

0

34:1

9

Costa Rica

3

2

1

0

9:15

6

Haiti

3

1

2

0

2:10

3

Surinam

3

0

3

0

2:21

0

07.05.2002: 07.05.2002: 09.05.2002: 09.05.2002: 11.05.2002: 11.05.2002:

Central American Zone – PANAMA

MEXICO – JAMAICA 1:1 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – PANAMA 3:3 PANAMA – MEXICO 0:3 JAMAICA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 1:2 JAMAICA – PANAMA 1:1 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – MEXICO 1:5

COSTA RICA – HAITI 4:0 USA – SURINAM 15:0 HAITI – USA 0:5 SURINAM – COSTA RICA 1:4 SURINAM – HAITI 1:2 USA – COSTA RICA 14:1

Mexico & USA qualified to the 2002 FIFA Women’s U-19 World Championship in Canada

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2004 QUALIFICATION Caribbean Zone Preliminary Round 10.01.2004: BRITISH VIRGIN ISL. – US VIR. ISL. 0:4 24.01.2004: US VIR. ISL. – BRITISH VIRGIN ISL. 9:0 11.01.2004: 24.01.2004:

24.03.2004: 24.03.2004: 26.03.2004: 26.03.2004: 28.03.2004: 28.03.2004:

ANGUILLA – ST. LUCIA 6:1 ST. LUCIA – ANGUILLA 0:4

FINAL ROUND - Montreal & Ottawa, CANADA

First Round Series 1 08.02.2004: ANGUILLA – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 0:5 15.02.2004: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – ANGUILLA 12:0 Series 2 13.02.2004: 15.02.2004:

SURINAM – DOMINICA 4:0 DOMINICA – SURINAM 1:6

Series 3 13.02.2004: 15.02.2004:

JAMAICA – CAYMAN ISLANDS 9:0 CAYMAN ISLANDS – JAMAICA 0:5

Series 4 08.02.2004: 22.02.2004:

PUERTO RICO – ST. VINCENT/GREN. 4:0 ST. VINCENT/GREN. – PUERTO RICO 0:5

Group A

GP

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

Canada

3

3

0

0

14:0

9

Mexico

3

2

1

0

11:6

6

Panama

3

1

2

0

3:12

3

Jamaica

3

0

3

0

2:12

0

28.05.2004: 28.03.2004: 30.05.2004: 30.05.2004: 01.06.2004: 01.06.2004:

Series 5 BAHAMAS – HAITI Haiti withdrew; Bahamas advances

Group B

Series 6 29.02.2004: 07.03.2004:

US VIRGIN ISL. – DOMINICAN REP. 2:3 DOMINICAN REP. – US VIRGIN ISL. 2:0

Second Round Series A 13.03.2004: TRINIDAD & TOBAGO – SURINAM 2:1 21.03.2004: SURINAM – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 0:5 Series B 21.03.2004: 28.03.2004: Series C 26.03.2004: 28.03.2004:

PUERTO RICO – JAMAICA 0:11 JAMAICA – PUERTO RICO 6:0 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – BAHAMAS 1:1 BAHAMAS – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 0:1

GP

W

L

T

F:A

W

L

T

F:A

PTS

USA

3

2

0

1

25:1

7

Costa Rica

3

2

0

1

15:1

7

Trinidad & Tobago

3

1

2

0

4:16

3

Dominican Rep.

3

0

3

0

1:27

0

3

3

0

0

24:3

9

Panama

3

2

1

0

16:6

6

El Salvador

3

1

2

0

3:12

3

Nicaragua

3

0

3

0

4:25

0

COSTA RICA – TRINIDAD/TOBAGO 4:1 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – USA 0:14 COSTA RICA – DOMINICAN REP. 11:0 USA – TRINIDAD/TOBAGO 11:1 TRINIDAD/TOBAGO – DOM. REP. 2:1

USA – COSTA RICA 0:0

04.06.2005: 04.06.2005:

SEMIFINALS USA – MEXICO 6:0 CANADA – COSTA RICA 4:0

06.06.2005:

THIRD PLACE MEXICO – COSTA RICA 3:4

06.06.2005:

FINAL CANADA – USA 2:1 aet

PTS

Costa Rica

MEXICO – PANAMA 5:1 CANADA – JAMAICA 4:0 JAMAICA – MEXICO 2:6 CANADA – PANAMA 7:0 PANAMA – JAMAICA 2:0 CANADA – MEXICO 3:0 GP

28.05.2004: 28.05.2004: 30.05.2004: 30.05.2004: 01.06.2004: 01.06.2004:

Central American Zone - PANAMA Group

EL SALVADOR – COSTA RICA 0:6 PANAMA – NICARAGUA 9:1 COSTA RICA – NICARAGUA 13:0 PANAMA – EL SALVADOR 4:0 NICARAGUA – EL SALVADOR 2:3 PANAMA – COSTA RICA 3:5

Canada & USA qualified to the 2004 FIFA Women’s U-19 World Championship in Thailand

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THE FINAL WORD CONCACAF DELEGATION PRESIDENTIAL OFFICE: President Executive Assistant SECRETARIAT: General Secretary Deputy General Secretary Deputy General Secretary Deputy General Secretary Deputy General Secretary

Jack Warner Patricia Modeste

Chuck Blazer Ted Howard Jason Hughes Kerri-Ann Alleyne

Rafael Tinoco

CORDOBA & VERACRUZ VENUE General Coordinator Jill Fracisco Media Officer Steven Torres Logistics/Protocol Nelida Cabeda, Adriana Martinez Competition Assistant Jose Maria Martinez Match Commissioners Yves Jean Bart, Bertie Chimilio, Orlando Moreira Referee Inspectors Boni Bishop, Ronald GutiĂŠrrez LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE Chairman Juan Enrique Silva Coordinators Gerardo Lepe, Luz Herlinda Navarro Venue(s) Press Officers Roberto Garcia, Luis Martinez AUTHOR: Steven Torres, CONCACAF Media Officer EDITOR: Jason Hughes GRAPHICS: Mike Maselli PHOTOS: Christian Palma/MEXSPORTS

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