Ian Prescott

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.

The best night for St Kitts and Nevis women’s football might well have ended the 2020 Olympics Games aspirations of the Trinidad and Tobago se…

Trinidad and Tobago’s Women’s 2020 Olympic football qualifying campaign looks like it might be over. Following a disastrous first half, the T&T Women Warriors were beaten 4-1 by their St Kitts and Nevis (SKN) counterparts last evening at the Ato Boldon Stadium and face early elimination from Olympic qualifying.

THE teams most likely to give Trinidad and Tobago a run for the lone qualifying spot out of Group A of their Caribbean Zone Olympic Games qualifiers both won their matches yesterday at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

Trinidad and Tobago women’s national head coach Stephan De Four has predicted that his current group of players will bring back the excitement factor to women’s football in the country.

As his team look another win this evening against Antigua & Barbuda in the 2020 Olympic Games Caribbean Zone Group A qualifying series, Trinidad and Tobago women’s head coach Stephan De Four has already expressed satisfaction with what his team achieved two night ago in their opening 3-0 victory over Aruba at Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.

NIA WALCOTT got the “Women Warriors” off to a positive start, as Stephan De Four began his stint as Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s footb…

The hosts Trinidad and Tobago women will look for a winning start to the Concacaf Caribbean Group A Olympic Women’s qualifiers when they take on Aruba on Monday from 5 p.m. at Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva. The match will be preceded by a 2.30 p.m. clash between St Kitts and Nevis and Dominican Republic.

DEFENCE FORCE, the first ever Division One champions of the Ascension Invitational Football Tournament, will be at Diego Martin this evening for their final match of the 2019 competition against Mathura ReUnited at 4 p.m.

With Defence Force in pole position to grab the $250,000 Division One prize in the Ascension Football League, the battle for the $125,000 second prize heats up when current second-placed San Juan Jabloteh (22 points) visit La Horquetta Rangers (20 points) from 6pm this evening at the La Horquetta Recreation ground.

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