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Women’s team sets off for Dominican Republic clash on Friday

Head coach of the Bermuda women's team Naquita Robinson

Bermuda’s national women’s team departed yesterday for Dominican Republic where they will play a crucial Concacaf W Qualifier against the group C leaders on Friday night at the Estadio Olympico Felix Sanchez, in Santa Domingo.

The 25 players include the bulk of the squad from the recent matches against Jamaica and Cayman Islands.

Eleven officials, led by head coach Naquita Robinson, are accompanying the team for the match which Bermuda, currently third, must win to have any chance of finishing first.

Bermuda have a win and a loss from their two matches against Jamaica and Cayman Islands. The winner of the group will advance to the Concacaf W Championships, with Bermuda playing their final group match next Tuesday at home against Grenada at 7pm.

Tickets for that match at the National Sports Centre are available at Ptix.bm. They will also be available at the BFA Office and Pro Shop.

Bermuda squad:

Goalkeepers: Micah Pond, Zakhari Turner, Jahde Simmons

Defenders: Danni Watson, Jenna Rempel, Koa Goodchild, Marley Christian, Victoria Davis, Zemira Webb, Kxyiae Gibbons, Zorena Anderson, Keunna Dill, Delia Ebbin, Sierra Fisher

Midfielders: Emily Cabral, Eva Frazzoni, Kennesha Nannette, K'Shaela Burch-Waldron, Khyla Brangman, Trinae Edwards, Leilanni Nesbeth

Forwards: Symira Lowe-Darrell, Jahni Simmons, Nia Christopher, Jya Ratteray-Smith

Officials: Naquita Robinson (head coach), Vance Brown (asst coach), Aaron Denkins (asst coach), Daniel Johnson (GK coach), Maurice Lowe (technical director), Julesa Robinson (physio), Andrew McDowall (statistic manager), Emmanuel Faria (manager), Ardyne Smith (equipment manager), Ajani Tucker (media manager), Charryse Bean (compliance officer).

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Published April 06, 2022 at 7:34 am (Updated April 06, 2022 at 1:26 pm)

Women’s team sets off for Dominican Republic clash on Friday

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