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Haiti Women’s vs Dominican Republic U17B

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Saturday May 1st 2010

Formation N/A
Spectators: 500
Field:  Stadium Principal of San Cristobal (Dominican Republic)
4h00 pm Haiti Women vs. Dominican Rep National Team  U17 Boys W 3-2

(Saintilus – Francois – Marseille –  Charles – Aristlilde  – Dolce – Lovely – Pierre -Louis –  Saintilmond – Batard – Beaussicot; Hilaire – Valentin – Bellevue – Lovely – Saintilus – Marcellus – BoBo – Balais – Cajuste – Montinard – Borgella
Injured: Libertin – Mathelier – Saintilmond
D/P(c/d): Boulos – Brand

Goals: Batard (1), Bellevue(1), Beaussicot (1),

The Haitian National Women´s Soccer Team played Tuesday May 4th its toughest opponent yet, the Dominican Republic U17 Boys National Team. The Haitian´s coaching staff wanted to challenge the women national team against a stronger, faster, quicker and more skill opponent. Indeed the boys side was all that. So, the game was very balance for most of the time. However after just a few minutes into the game, it was obvious that only one player from the boys side was causing most of the trouble to the Women defense. At barely 5 feet tall and lightning quick, he wore number 17 and played center forward.

Regardless, It was the women side who took the lead on a goal from Beaussicot after 15 minutes of play on a nice header. But 5 minutes later, the #17 of the Dominican Rep national team U17 boys equalized on a one on one against  Haiti´s keeper. The first half score was 2-1 in favor of Haiti because just before the pause, Bellevue restored the lead on a pass from Hilaire. In the second half, although the #17 from the boys side scored again to even the score at 2-2, Haiti was the dominante team on the field with a superior fitness and team display. Therefore, after Batard scored the go ahead and winning goal on a solo effort, Haiti could have scored more goals…

Final Haiti National Women´s Soccer Team 3-2 over the Dominican Republic National U17 boys team.

Haiti next game will be against Antigua and Barbuda in Trinidad.

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