Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 17 Women’s Team secured a 7-0 victory over Curacao on Friday night to stay atop their group standings in the CONCACAF Caribbean Under 17 Women’s World Cup openingwinround.
The win was T&T’s second in two outings following the 13-0 beating of US Virgin Islands on Wednesday. But the job is not complete as T&T must earn at least a draw when they face Grenada from in the closing group fixture on Sunday from 7:30pm at the Ato Boldon Stadium. Grenada is levelled on points with T&T after defeating USVI 9-0 on Friday but T&T are ahead on superior goal difference.
T&T captain Kara Trotman opened the scoring for T&T on Friday with further goals coming from Aaliyah Prince, Chrissy Mitchell, Afiyah Cornwall and Kayla Baboolal before the break to leave T&T comfortable ahead 6-0. Maria-Frances Serrant scored the seventh item in the second half.
T&T head Coach Jamaal Shabazz spoke about his team’s dominant play in the first half, adding that his team remains confident of topping the group.