Their fate decided when St Kitts and Nevis defeated Antigua and Barbuda 10-0 in yesterday’s opening match, the only option for the Trinidad and Tobago women was to find consolation by ending the Concacaf Olympic qualifying tournament with pride.

But once again, that objective proved to be hard going. The Women Warriors played out a goalless draw against Dominican Republic last evening at the Ato Boldon Stadium. Trinidad and Tobago thus finished on seven points and failed to advance to the Concacaf Zone final round of qualifying for Japan 2020, finishing a disappointing third and adrift of both deserving Group A winners St Kitts and Nevis (10 points) and runner-up Dominican Republic (8 points).

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