The St. Kitts and Nevis U-14 Girls team were edged out 4-3 in their first match of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Caribbean Challenge Series Group 4 on Monday evening at the Warner Park.


Jahzara Claxton 2 goals 4th & 67th min 

Sharema Blake 12th min 


Shakeyra Kydd 2 goals 32nd & 52nd min 

Areka Hooper 2 goals 65th & 70th min 

St. Kitts and Nevis Coach Zaiesha Joseph said the match was hard fought and she is proud of the efforts of the girls. “It was a very hard fought match indeed. At the end of the game, unfortunately the scores were 4-3 in favour of St. Vincent and the Grenadines,” she said. “Overall though I am extremely proud of the ladies as most of them have never played football before. We know our weaknesses and we will continue to work hard to address them. We have two matches to go and we hope for a better outcome of each. As I always say, our focus is on development of these players and ensuring that they understand the game,” Coach Joseph added.

In the day’s other match:


Halftime score 4 – 0 in favour of Antigua 

FINAL SCORE 6 – 0 in favour of Antigua 


Ashanti Joyce struck twice 1st & 27th min 

Akira James 6th min 

Donesha Samuel 30th min 

Gabriella Desuza 43rd min 

Lequisha George 47th min 

The tournament continues on Wednesday with SVG versus Antigua and Barbuda at 3pm and St. Kitts and Nevis vs. Dominica at 5:30pm at the Warner Park.