Under-20 women set for qualifiers


The Bermuda Under-20 womenís team have been drawn in group A of the Concacaf Championship qualifiers, which will be held in Guyana next week.

Coach Naquita Robinsonís side will face the host nation in their opening game next Wednesday at 9.30pm before taking on St Lucia, Suriname and Antigua and Barbuda. The top two finishers of each group will advance to the Championship phase.

TEAM

Jade Stewart, Kayla Caldwell, Satia Burchall, Zahkari Turner, Lara Backeberg, Zekiah Lewis, Koa Goodchild, Teyah Lindo, Jadae Steede Hill, Jenna Rempel, Aaliyah Simons, Adia Gibbons, Zemira Webb, Ceandee Bean, Che Chulae Dowling, Trinae Edwards, Ryley Simmons, Nia Christopher, Danni Watson, Emily Cabral. Head coach: Naquita Robinson. Assistant coach: Vance Brown. Goalkeeper coach: Dashun Cooper. Mental Strength coach: Martin Wolffe. Physio: Thomisha Fubler. Team Manager: Emmanuel Faria.

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Published Jul 9, 2019 at 12:10 pm (Updated Jul 9, 2019 at 12:10 pm)

Under-20 women set for qualifiers

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