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TCI Face Bonaire In W Gold Cup Match-up

The TCI Female Senor National Team

The Turks and Caicos Islands ladies will go up against Bonaire in their final international match of the year, in the Road to CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup Tournament, at the TCI Field on Monday, December 4, starting at 3:00pm.

The Turks and Caicos Islands, who for all intents and purposes are out of the contention, remain winless after two outings, and would no doubt be looking to end the year on a strong note.

In their game against Belize at home on October 26, the youthful TCI aggregation went down 0-6, in an encounter which saw the local girls almost matching their far more mature opponents stride for stride. In a previous game on September 26, the local girls went down 0-5 to their more fancied opponents Aruba.

This is a game that the TCI should fancy their chances of taking all three points, having drawn goalless with Bonaire at the Stadion Antonio Trenidat in Bonaire on September 21. The TCI, however, will have to fight hard for that win though, because Bonaire are no pushovers, having beaten one of the group’s fancied teams Aruba 3-1 in a home game on October 26.

Eradannia Ortiz, the TCI custodian is expected to have another outstanding game

Aruba, however, got their revenge on October 30 at home when they trounced Bonaire 5-0.

Belize is the only unbeaten team in the competition so far, having won all of their matches.

The 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup qualification competition, also known as the Road to CONCACAF W Gold Cup, is a women's football tournament contested by 34 of the senior women's national teams of the member associations of CONCACAF.

The competition will decide six of the twelve participating teams of the 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup, the inaugural edition of the W Gold Cup.

The qualification competition, known as the "Road to Concacaf W Gold Cup”, began with the group stage, featuring 34 women's national teams of CONCACAF split into three leagues (A, B and C). Each league features three groups, containing three teams each in League A, and four teams each in Leagues B and C.

The teams in each group will play against each other home-and-away in a double round-robin format. The top three teams in League A will qualify directly for the W Gold Cup. The three group runners-up of League A and the three League B group winners will participate in a play-off on 17 February 2024 to compete for the final three spots at the W Gold Cup.

The play-offs were originally planned to take place in March 2024, but have been moved to February to accommodate the W Gold Cup final tournament also being moved from June to February and March 2024). The two CONCACAF women's national teams that qualify for the Summer Olympics in 2024 will receive a bye directly to the W Gold Cup, skipping qualification.



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