Teams pick up big wins on the road

Published on 11 April 2022

Team Haiti in a celebratory mood as they triumphed over the British Virgin Islands in Group E of the ConcacafW Qualifiers at A.O. Shirley Recreation Ground in the British Virgin Islands. (Photo: Concacaf Media)

Bridgetown, Barbados (April 09, 2022) –Away teams ruled the day in the ConcacafW Qualifiers with massive wins over the host teams. The day was characterized by heavy scoring, with 67 goals registered.

Hosts Turks and Caicos Islands was soundly defeated 0-13 by Trinidad and Tobago at the TCIFA National Academy. This win propelled Trinidad and Tobago to the top of Group F going into the final day of the group phase of the ConcacafW Qualfiers. Trinidad and Tobago were led by a hat trick from Chelcy Ralph, while Karyn Forbes, May Matouk and Raenah Campbell each registered a pair of goals.

Turks & Caicos 0–13 Trinidad & Tobago

                                  Chelcy Ralph 6’ 17’ 82’

                                  Lauryn Hutchinson 14’

                                  Karyn Forbes 33’ 45’

                                  Liana Hinds 41’

                                  May Matouk 49’ 66’

                                  Raenah Campbell 72’ 86’

                                  Maria-Frances Serrant 75’

Mexico then defeated hosts Anguilla 11–0 at the Raymond E. Guishard stadium to remain at the top of Group A by virtue of having a better goal difference than Puerto Rico.

Anguilla 0 – 11 Mexico

                      Alicia Cervantes 3’ 9’ 56’

                      Maricarmen Reyes 15’

                      Sandra Mayor 39’

                      Cassandra Montero Rodriguez 52’

                      Diana Ordonez 57’ 68’

                      Katty Martinez 73’ 89’

In Group E, Haiti thrashed hosts British Virgin Islands 21–0 at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Ground to register the largest win margin for the Qualifiers thus far to secure the top spot in the group. Roselord Borgella started the scoring for Haiti and finished with four goals, while Batcheba Louis registered five goals and Roseline Eloissant secured a hattrick.

British Virgin Islands 0–21 Haiti

                                            Roselord Borgelle 4’ 21’ 22’ 45’

                                            Daniel Etienne 6’

                                            Batcheba Louis 33’ 39’ 42’ 58’ 89’

                                            Nerilia Mondesir 51’

                                            Roseline Eloissant 63’ 73’ 79’

                                            Kethna Louis 77’

Jamaican then defeated their next door neighbors and hosts Cayman Islands 9–0 at the Truman Bodden stadium to take the spot in Group C. Jamaica was led by hattricks from Trudi Carter and Khadija Shaw.

Cayman Islands 0–9 Jamaica

                                   Trudi Carter 7’ 16’ 17’

                                   Tamoy Phillips 12’ (OG)

                                   Jody Brown 14’

                                   Khadija Shaw 54’ 56’ 65’

                                   Kayla McCoy 88’

Similar to Jamaica Central Americans Panama registered a 9 – 0 victory over hosts Aruba at the F.F.B. Football Field to take the number one spot in Group D.  

Aruba 0 – 9 Panama

                  Laurie Batista 8’ 19’ 45’

                  Karla Riley 30’

                  Kenia Rangel 34’

                  Marta Cox 44’ 64’

                  Erika Hernandez 55’

                  Gabriela Leonards 68’

Costa Rica then capped off the day’s proceedings with a 4 – 0 win over hosts Curacao at the Rignaal Jean Francisca stadium to secure the top spot in Group B going into the final day of the group phase in the Qualifiers.

Curacao 0 – 4 Costa Rica

                      Raquel Rodriguez 22’ 28’ 64’

                      Priscila Chinchilla 57’

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