Antiguan women to start under-17 CONCACAF quest on Tuesday

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A 20-member national under-17 women’s team is currently in St Lucia as they prepare to compete in Group C of the CONCACAF Caribbean Women’s Under-17 Qualifiers starting Tuesday.
The team, which is coached by Vincent Samuel, comprises goalkeepers Alexandra Jackson and Sheniqua Laville, defenders Weisnella Downer, Dujonique Browne, Ashana Lawrence, Virginina Simon, Brianna Auguiste, Naheijah Branche, Denesia Samuel and Nahila Nicholas.
Midfielders Shakeyia Tonge, Danesia Wilson, Jada Benjamin, Carlene Thomas, Jahmeka Sabaroche, Tyanna Simon and Shunnye Christopher are also representing the twin-island state in St. Lucia.
Forwards Janequa Lewis, Zolique Samuel and Shamillia Weekes round off the selections.
Former national player and assistant coach of the Empire Football Club Karen Warner, is assisting Samuel in St Lucia while Barbara Coates and Taursha Millett are team manager and equipment coordinator respectively.
On Tuesday, Antigua & Barbuda take on Aruba at 6 pm before facing Bermuda two days later on August 24 also at 6 pm.
Antigua & Barbuda will round off their campaign when they play hosts St Lucia on August 26 starting 8:30 pm

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