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lundi 18 août 2014

CANADA GIRLS SUB 15 WINS AFTER PENALTY KICKS

GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands -- Canada won the inaugural CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship on Sunday night, outlasting Haiti 4-1 on penalty after their final ended 1-1 at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
The evenly matched sides, both of which officially completed the competition with undefeated records, played to the same scoreline in the last Group D game on August 11.
Haiti took a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute, when Nerilia Mondesir poached the ball from the Canadian defense and thundered it home. It was the 15-year-old forward’s sixth goal of the tournament, giving her a share of the Golden Boot award with Chelsea Green of the Cayman Islands.
Sarah Stratigakis netted the equalizer in the 64th minute, heading Shana Flynn’s cross past Haiti goalkeeper Magdala Macean.
Canada pressed for the winner, but Macean thwarted Anyssa Ibrahim and Lauren Raimondo, while Nahida Baalbaki struck the post from a free kick and Mya Jones hit the top of the crossbar from a speculative long-range effort.
Lysianne Proulx saved two penalties in the shootout.
http://www.concacaf.com/es/article/cgu15-canada-overcomes-haiti-on-pks-in-final-2

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