Trinidad and Haiti Keep CFU Candle Burning

The twin Island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago and the French speaking Haitians have kept the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) candle burning as both teams enter the semi-final stage of the CONCACAF inaugural Girls Under-15 Championship now playing in George Town, Grand Cayman.

The semis will be staged on Friday August 15, while the finals will be played on Sunday August 17, both events will be held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.

Twelve teams from the CFU and four from the CONCACAF region started the first ever CONCACAF Girls Under-15 Championship on Wednesday, August 6. However, after the playing over twenty-eight games only four teams are left in the race, namely Canada, Honduras, Haiti and Trinidad & Tobago.

Haiti and Trinidad & Tobago made the CFU proud having kept the Union in contention with the hope of copping the coveted Trophy after winning their quarter-final games.

Haiti defeated Jamaica 2-1 Trinidad and Tobago beat the Bahamas 4-0, the Cayman Islands lost to Honduras 3-2 and Canada defeated Costa Rica 8-1.