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Haiti - 2023 World Qualifier (final round) : Our Grenadières come together (List)
17/06/2022 10:23:51

Haiti - 2023 World Qualifier (final round) : Our Grenadières come together (List)
In view of the last qualifying round of the 2023 New Zealand-Australia Senior Women's World Cup, which will take place in Monterrey (Mexico) from July 4 to 18, our Grenadières are preparing to start a training camp in Costa Rica this week, under the guidance of French coach Nicolas Delépine.

It is in San José (Costa Rica) that the Haitian senior women's selection will come together from June 18 to 29. In several groups, the girls must begin to reach San José from this Friday, June 17, where they will be accommodated in a complex reserved exclusively for the Haitian delegation.

In addition, Melchie Daëlle Dumornay's teammates, whose motivation for qualification is at its maximum, will play two friendly matches on June 25 and 28 against Costa Rica, respectively at the "Alejandro Morera Soto" stadium and at the "Complejo FCRF-PLYCEM".

At the end of this training camp, Nicolas Delépine will select 23 players for Monterrey.

List of pre-selected players (26 players) :

Goalkeepers (X3):
Madelina Fleuriot: Exafoot (Haiti)
Nahomie Ambroise: Anacaona FC (Haiti)
Lara Sophia Larco: Sunrise Prime FC (USA)

Defenders (9):
Kethna Louis: Stade De Reims, (France)
Chelsea Surprised: Yzeure FFA (France)
Ruthny Mathurin: AS Tigresses (Haiti)
Estericove Joseph: Exafoot (Haiti)
Bethina Little brother: Stade Brestois (France)
Milan Raquel Pierre Jerome: Maryland Terrapins (USA)
Tabita Dougenie Joseph: Stade Brestois (France)
Claire Constant: Virginia Girls (USA)
Meghane St Cyr: Aigmes from Ahunstic College (Quebec, Canada)

Midfielders (7):
Dayana Pierre-Louis: AS Tigress (Haiti)
Sherly Jeudy: FC Nantes (France)
Danielle Etienne: Fordham Rams American College (USA)
Maudeline Moryl: ASF Croix-des-Bouquets (Haiti)
Mirlene Dorcé: Exafoot (Haiti)
Jennifer Limage; Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
Melchie Daelle Dumornay; Reims Stadium (France)

Forwarders (7):
Roselord Borgella: Gpso Issy (France)
Batcheba Louis: Gpso Issy (France)
Nérilia Mondesir: Montpellier HSC (France)
Roseline Eloissaint: FC Nantes (France)
Mikerline Saint-Felix: Montauban TGC (France)
Darlina Florsie Joseph: Don Bosco (Haiti)
Valentina Ornis: Anacaona FC (Haiti)

Group A:
2- Mexico City
3- Jamaica
4- Haiti

Concacaf W. 2022 Group A 1st round schedule :

Monday, July 4, 2022:
University Stadium: 6:00 p.m.
USA vs Haiti

Thursday, July 7, 2022:
BBVA Stadium 9:00 p.m.
Haiti vs Mexico

Monday, July 11, 2022:
BBVA Stadium 9:00 p.m.
Jamaica vs Haiti

Let's remember that the first two of each group will qualify directly for the Women's World Cup, while the two third will qualify for the intercontinental play-offs, a ten-team competition with three tickets to take for the final phase of the World Cup.

The winner of the CONCACAF Women's Championship 2022 will qualify directly for the Olympic Games Paris 2024. The second will face the third to obtain the other ticket of the zone.

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