Lady Jags whip Dominica 9-0 to maintain lead in Concacaf W Road To Gold Cup


Guyana’s Lady Jags all but sealed their place in the preliminaries, as the Concacaf W Road To Gold Cup tournament continued with four League B encounters on Wednesday.

Suriname started the day with a victory to continue its chase for first place in Group A, but Guyana widened its gap with a dominant victory over Dominica.

The Lady Jags maintain their three-point lead and have built a tough goal differential to overcome, as the Prelims spot will be decided on the final match-day.

Guyana won 9-0 against Dominica at the Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname.

Otesha Charles opened the scoring in the fourth minute with a left-footed strike from outside the box.

Shanice Alferd extended the lead in the 19th, converting on a delivery after a short pass from a corner kick.

Brianne Desa struck from the penalty spot in the 28th with a right-footed hit to the upper right corner.

Stefani Kouzas had an attempt from inside the penalty arc in the 34th for Guyana’s fourth of the night.

Annalisa Vincent struck inside the area in the 38th, finding a lob pass from Desa to cement a strong 5-0 lead before halftime.

Anya Tribune got on the board in the 61st after pushing the ball past the goal line after the ball was assisted with a header on a free kick.

Charles earned her brace in the 74th, striking first time with her right foot past goalkeeper Celia Gregoire.

In similar fashion, this time with a ball over the top, Charles struck again in the 79th to collect her first hat-trick of the campaign.

Vincent headed in her second of the night in the 88th, connecting with a Charles service off a corner to complete the 9-0 scoreline.

After starting their campaign with a 2-1 loss to Antigua, the Lady Jags have been on a winning streak, defeating Dominica 5-0 and Suriname 1-0 twice, before Wednesday’s game. (Concacaf)

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