Dowling gets U-17 call-up
Katelyn Medeiros has been ruled out of the Bermuda Under-17 women’s squad because of school commitments, with Che Chulae Dowling replacing her in the only change to the team that will travel to Brandenton, Florida on Monday for the Concacaf Championships.
The team will play their two remaining group B matches against the United States next Wednesday and Costa Rica two days later. The matches will start at 6pm and 3.45pm Bermuda time respectively.
The top two teams from each group will move on to the semi-finals, after which the two finalists and third placed team will qualify for the Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup which takes place between November 13 and December 1 in Uruguay.
Bermuda lost their first match 3-0 to Canada on April 20, before the tournament was postponed because of civil unrest in Nicaragua.
Squad Danni Watson (capt), Delia Ebbin, Zekiah Lewis, Trinae Edwards, Koa Goodchild, Zakhari Turner, Jadae Steede Hill, Jaden Masters, Tianna Mullan, Nia Christopher, Emily Cabral, Gaiya Melakot, Che Chulae Dowling, Adia Gibbons, Jya Ratteray Smith, Druw Bascome, Dazarre Place, Jenna Rempel, LeiLanni Nesbeth, Zemira Webb.
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