Bermuda Under-20 Women off to Curaçao for Concacaf qualifiers
Bermuda flew out tonight for the Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship Qualifiers in Curaçao.
Naquita Robinson’s team are in action starting on Monday at 6.30pm Bermuda time against the US Virgin Islands at the Ergilio Hato Stadium.
The 19-player squad is led by coaches Robinson and Aaron Denkins, with Emily Cabral and Koa Goodchild the co-captains.
The draw in June placed Bermuda in qualifying group A with St Vincent and the US Virgin Islands, with the winner of the group advancing directly to the knockout stage. The group and knockout stages are scheduled for the first quarter of 2022.
The teams competing in the group stage will be divided into four groups, where, after round-robin play, the top three teams in each group will advance to the round of 16 with the four qualifying group winners.
Bermuda’s second qualifying match in Curaçao is scheduled for next Friday, against St Vincent also starting at 6.30pm.
Bermuda squad: Emily Cabral, Koa Goodchild, Jaden Masters, Katelyn Medeiros, CheCulae Dowling, Trinae Edwards, Samantha Davis, Camryn Lines, Ashley DaSilva, Danni Watson, Katherine Bean Rosario, Samara Darrell, Zorena Anderson, Jahni Simmons, Jahde Simmons, Terrinae Trott, Satia Burchall, Robin-Valana Pearman, K’Xyiae Gibbons.
Team officials: Naquita Robinson (coach), Aaron Denkins (coach), Daniel Johnson (goalkeeper coach), Julesa Robinson (Physiotherapist), Maurice Lowe (technical development director), Eva Frazzoni (equipment manager), Thomisha Renee Fubler (manager), Emmanuel Faria (compliance officer).