Bermuda travel to Jamaica for final round

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  • Bermuda women's head coach Naquita Robinson

    Bermuda women's head coach Naquita Robinson


The Bermuda women’s team will look to continue their undefeated streak when they travel to Jamaica for the final round of the Concacaf Caribbean’s Women’s Qualifier.

Bermuda will join the four other first-round group winners, Antigua and Barbuda, Cuba, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, in a round-robin format from August 25 to September 2.

The top three teams will advance to the Concacaf Women’s Championship from October 4 to 17 in Cary, North Carolina, Edinburg, Texas, and Frisco, Texas. At least three teams will then qualify for the Women’s World Cup in France next year.

Naquita Robinson’s team went through from the first-round qualifiers in Guyana last month. Bermuda drew 2-2 against the host nation in their group E opener before beating Barbados 3-2 and Surinam 1-0.

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Published Jun 11, 2018 at 1:58 pm (Updated Jun 11, 2018 at 11:43 pm)

Bermuda travel to Jamaica for final round

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