T&T WOMEN FINE TUNE FOR WCQ WITH NICARAGUA
The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Senior team are up to full strength today with the arrival of US-based player Kaydeen Jack who arrived in camp at the TTFA Home of Football on Monday evening. She was the last of the overseas-based players to check in and underwent her medical assessment on Tuesday morning with TTFA medical partner Healthnet Caribbean.
Head Coach Kenwyne Jones will hold a training session at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium on Tuesday evening. Both T&T and Nicaragua will undergo their matchday -1 sessions at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
T&T players Amaya Ellis, Maya Matouk and Shani Nakhid-Schuster have all expressed their anticipation ahead of the encounter, expecting it to be nothing less than challenging but promising that T&T will be prepared to give its best as they go in search of three points to kickstart the 2023 CONCACAF Women’s World Cup qualifiers
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