Haiti and Jamaica locked on six points in CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup Finals

Haiti and Jamaica are now locked with six points in Group A of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) inaugural Women’s Caribbean Cup final rounds after defeating their opponents in games played at the Ato Bolton Stadium, in Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday August 21.

Jamaica defeated Bermuda 9-1 while Haiti turned back Puerto Rico 4-0. Jamaica scored...

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Trinidad and Tobago Scores Big in CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Host Trinidad & Tobago recorded a large victory over St. Kitts & Nevis. While Martinique opened their group B account with a victory over Antigua & Barbuda.

Hosts Trinidad and Tobago whipped St Kitts and Nevis 10-0 last night in the Soca Princesses opening Group B match in the inaugural Women’s Caribbean Cup...

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Jamaica and Haiti Take All Three Points

Jamaica and Haiti took all three points last Tuesday when the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) inaugural Women’s Caribbean Cup final rounds started at the Ato Bolton Stadium, in Trinidad and Tobago.

Jamaica defeated Puerto Rico 4-1 while Haiti beat Bermuda 5-1. Jamaica was on the score sheet in the 3rd minute of the game from the penalty spot taken...

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CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup Finals Starts in Trinidad and Tobago

Port of Spain, Trinidad - The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) inaugural Women’s Caribbean Cup final rounds starts today, August 19, at the Ato Bolton Stadium, in Trinidad and Tobago with the staging of two games.

The first game will be played between Jamaica and Puerto Rico at 5:00pm followed by Haiti and Bermuda at 7:15pm to mark the first set of...

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All Is In Place For CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup Finals

All is in place for the staging of the finals of the inaugural Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup in Trinidad and Tobago, come August 19-26, when eight top teams from across the Caribbean region will battle for the title and official qualification into the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup and the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The preliminary...

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Jamaica is Group 5 Winner of The CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup

Jamaica stopped Dominican Republic 7-0 to secure their place at the finals of the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup at the Estadio Panamericano, in the Dominican Republic today, Sunday, June 22.

The goal scorers were Shakira Duncan in the 3rd, 23rd, 64th and 77th minute, Omolyn Davis in the 31st and 90th minute and...

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Teams Ready for Day 2 of CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup In Group 5

The St Lucia National Senior Women’s team are bracing themselves to meet Jamaica in what is expected to be an exciting second day of action in Group 5 of the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup today at 4 p.m.

at the Estadio Panamericano The St Lucians fresh off a 7-0 beating from hosts the Dominican Republic last Wednesday...

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Dominican Republic Drew First Blood in CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup

The Dominican Republic defeated St Lucia 7-0 in Group 5 action on Wednesday, June 18 in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Women’s Cup at the Estadio Panamericano in the Dominican Republic.

The hosts drew first blood in the 24th minute when Betzaida Ubri scored the first goal followed by Yaqueisi Alexandra Nunez in the 26th , to end the...

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Group 5 of CFU Women’s Caribbean Cup Kicks-off Today

Today, Wednesday, June 18 is the day when Group 5 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Women’s Cup, kicks off at the Estadio Panamericano in the Dominican Republic starting at 4 p.m. when hosts Dominican Republic faces St Lucia.

This group will feature three teams that will be competing in what is expected to be an exciting battle between...

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Group 5 of Women’s Caribbean Cup starts June 18

The stage is set for the contesting of Group 5 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2014 Women’s Caribbean Cup, at the Estadio Panamericano in the Dominican Republic starting on June 18. T

hree teams will compete in this group namely; host Dominican Republic, Jamaica and St Lucia. Originally it was slated for four teams, but Anguilla withdrew at...

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