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Haiti - Intercontinental play-offs : (D-10) Allocation of Genadières bib numbers
08/02/2023 09:04:56

Haiti - Intercontinental play-offs : (D-10) Allocation of Genadières bib numbers
10 days before the first match of the Intercontinental play-offs between our Grenadières and the Lionesses of Senegal, counting for the semi-finals of Group B, the allocation of bib numbers was rendered public for the selection of Haiti.

There are no real upheavals at this level since the structure of the Haitian team has been the same for some time and the players have kept their usual number. However, it should be noted that Kerly Theus will have bib #1, Marie Gabrielle Emilien #12 while Lara Sophia Larco keeps her #23.

Back in the group Danielle Etienne will take back her bib #8, same thing for another comeback, Roseline Eloissaint # 11 and Noa Olivia Ganthier will have #18.

List of the 23 selected Grenadières and bibs :

Goalkeepers :
#23 Larco Lara-Sofia: Georgetown University (USA)
#12 Emilien Gabrielle Marie: Gee-Gees (Ontario, Canada)
#1 Theus Kerly: FC Miami City (USA)

Defenders :
#20 Kethna Louis: Stade De Reims (France)
#2 Chelsea Surprised: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
#14 Claire Constant: SCU Toreense (Portugal)
#21 Ruthny Mathurin: Ragin Cajuns Soccer (USA)
#16 Milan Raquel Pierre-Jerome: Georges Mason University (USA)
#13 Betina Petit-Frere: Stade Brestois 29 (France)
#4 Tabita Joseph: Stade Brestois 29 (France)

Midfielders :
#3 Jennyfer Limage: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
#9 Sherly Jeudy: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
#8 Danielle Etienne: Fordham Rams (USA)
#18 Noa Olivia Ganthier: Weston FC (Florida, USA)
#5 Maudelyne Moryl: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)
#6 Melchie Daelle Dumornay: Stade De Reims (France)
#19 Dayana Pierre-Louis: Gpso Issy (France)

Forwarders :
#22 Roselord Borgella, Dijon FCO (France)
#7 Batcheba Louis, FC Fleury 91 (France)
#10 Nerilia Mondesir: Montpellier HSC (France)
#11 Roseline Eloissaint: FC Nantes (France)
#17 Rose-Alva Marcellus: Gpso Issy (France)
#15 Florsie L. Darlina Joseph: Grenoble Foot 38 (France)

Coach (DT): Nicolas Delepine

Play-offs schedule :

Saturday February 18, 2023, our Grenadières will play their first play-off match against the "Lionesses" of Senegal at the North Harbor Stadium in Auckland, a kind of semi-final of the group

Wednesday, February 22, 2023, in the event of victory against Senegal, our Grenadières will face the "Reds" of Chile in the final, still in Auckland, for one of the three remaining places for this women's world championship. Fifa.

In case of qualification Haiti will meet at the World Cup in Group D with opponents England, Denmark and the Republic of China https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-38124-haiti-australia-and-new-zealand-confirmed-schedule-for-the-2023-fifa-women-s-world-cup.html

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