Cuba, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Barbados have qualified for the Final Round of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Under 17 Qualifiers which is scheduled to start on November 13-18, in Puerto Rico.
Hosts Puerto Rico automatically qualified for the Final Round.
These eight teams have been divided into two Groups A and B. In this Final Round after the Knock-Out stage four teams will make the semi-finals and the two finalists will join Grenada to compete in the 2016 CONCACAF Women’s U-17 Championship in 2016.
Grenada are the hosts for this edition of this CONCACAF Women’s Under-17 Championship.
The teams in Group A are Cuba, Bermuda, hosts Puerto Rico and Jamaica, while in Group B the teams are defending Champions Trinidad and Tobago, beaten finalists Haiti, Dominican Republic and Barbados.
During the preliminary games Cuba, Haiti and Jamaica topped their respective Groups 1, 2 and 4, in the same order, in the preliminary round group stage which ran from July 15 to 19 in three countries.
In Group 3 which started on August 22 it was Trinidad and Tobago who topped that group with nine points from three games.
In Group 1, Cuba garnered nine points from three games; the Dominican Republic earned six after winning two games; the Cayman Islands got three points from winning one game, while the Bahamas failed to earn a point after losing all three games.
Haiti topped Group 2 by winning both games and gaining six points. Bermuda won one game and earned three points, while Curacao ended without a point.
Trinidad and Tobago topped the tables of Group 3 by defeating Dominica 4-0, British Virgin Islands 8-0 and St Kitts and Nevis 4-0.
In second position was St Kitts and Nevis on six points, Dominica next on three and British Virgin Islands nil.
Jamaica racked up maximum nine points from three games in Group 4, followed by Barbados with six points. Suriname gained three points, while St Lucia never made it onto the score sheet