Trinidad & Tobago and Martinique Top Group B

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Host Trinidad & Tobago and Martinique both earned 3 points in Group B's day 2 action.

After a goal filled first day, professionalism was key as Trinidad & Tobago defeated Antigua & Barbuda 3 -0, while earlier Martinique defeated St. Kitts & Nevis 1 - 0.

The action kicked off at 5pm as Martinique looked to grab 3 points from St. Kitts & Nevis who were thrashed by host Trinidad & Tobago by 10 goals to nil on Wednesday.

In the first half St. Kitts started off very aggressive and pressed the French Islanders by creating most of the chances.But there was a repeat from Martinique's first match as the French Islanders kept calm and defended into the end of the first half.

The second half offered little excitement as St. Kitts continued to press for their first goal of the tournament. But the Martinique team defended well and took their chance, with the only goal of the match in the 53rd minute when Aurelle Rouge scored from a corner kick.

Group B's feature match of the night saw host Trinidad and Tobago take on Antigua and Barbuda who were searching for their first points of the tournament.

But a technically superior and well organized Trinidad & Tobago team was too much for the Antiguans.

During the first half of action The Soca Princesses saw most of the ball possession as Antigua defended deep in their own half. But after showing great resilience the Bennagirls were broken down by a lovely cross with and a connecting header by Mariah shade in the 36th minute.

Trinidad & Tobago doubled their lead in the second half when Mariah Shade scored in the 54th minute to bag her second goal of the night.

The final goal of the night came from a powerful shot by Tasha St. Louis in the 64th minute, as it was too much for the Antiguan goalie to handle.

Tomorrow Group A wraps up as Puerto Rico faces Bermuda at 4PM, while Haiti and Jamaica will battle for the top spot at 6:15pm. Host Trinidad and Tobago will look to wrap up Group B versus Martinique , as Antigua & Barbuda and St. Kitts & Nevis look to get their first points of the tournament.