Despite trashing St Kitts and Nevis 8 – 0 in their opening game, Guyana’s senior National Women’s team will not be taking the Cuba lightly when the two sides meet tomorrow (Sunday August 22) in Group Four of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) leg of the Olympic Qualifier. Otesha Charles’
Guyana’s senior National Women’s football team – the Lady Jags – will begin their quest to the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil tomorrow (Friday August 21), when they come up against St Kitts and Nevis at the Estadio Panamericano in San Cristóbal Dominican Republic. Guyana is drawn in Group Four in
Head Coach Mark Rodrigues today announced the names of the 19 players who will travel to the Dominican Republic to face St Kitts (August 21) and Cuba (August 23) in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2016 Women’s Olympic Qualifiers. Rodrigues announcement comes after taking 22 players through a rigorous one-week
National Champions and three times Digicel School football title holders Christianburg Wismar Secondary (Multi) defeated Guyana’s senior National female football team 5 – 0 when the two sides met today at the Leonora Track & Field and Football Facility. It was the team’s second lost in as many scrimmages, having lost
The Guyana senior National women’s football team – the Lady Jags – will play their final practice match today, from 17:00 hours at the Leonora Track & Field and Football facility against three time defending champions of the Digicel School’s Football tournament; Christianburg Wismar Secondary School (Multi). The
Despite going down 4 – 2 to Georgetown’s U-17 team in a scrimmage earlier today, Head Coach of the Senior Women’s National team Mark Rodrigues said that he’s happy all of the objectives of the game were met as the team heightens preparation for the CFU Olympic Qualifiers next month.
Guyana’s female National Football team; the ‘Lady Jags’, today made a courtesy call on Director Sports Christopher Jones at his Home Stretch Avenue office. The team, who are in full preparation mode for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) 2016 Olympic Qualifier in the Dominican Republic next month, were told of
With the aim on reaching the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro Brazil, Guyana’s senior National Women’s team is heightening preparation ahead of their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) leg of the qualifier. The ‘Lady Jags’, placed in Group Four, will compete against St Kitts and Nevis on August 21