Concacaf: Road To W Gold Cup Overview

November 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

Concacaf provided an overview of the latest round of women’s football action in the Road to W Gold Cup, with 216 goals scored in 56 matches across all three leagues.

A Concacaf report said, “Another window of matches from the Road to W Gold Cup concluded in October, with many notable statistics both at the individual and team levels across all three leagues.

216 goals in 56 matches

“To date, a total of 56 matches have been played over the course of the September and October windows, with 216 goals scored for an average of 3.9 goals per match and 500 saves made by goalkeepers.


“Among the milestone goals were Eva Frazzoni of Bermuda tallying the 100th goal in a September 26 match against Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in League B, while the 200th goal came from Camile Gumbs of Anguilla in an October 30 contest with Curacao in League C.

League A

“In League A, some very familiar names appear among the statistical leaders. The Haitian trio of Melchie Dumornay, Nerilia Mondesir and Batcheba Louis head up the top scorers, with Dumornay on eight goals and Mondesir and Louis each with five goals.

“Dumornay and Louis are the only players to have scored five goals in a game, Dumornay doing so in Haiti’s 11-0 win versus Saint Kitts and Nevis on October 26 and then Louis replicating that feat in Haiti’s 13-0 victory over Saint Kitts and Nevis four days later.

“Haiti also lead on the assists front, with Mondesir on eight assists and Roselord Borgella with four assists. Mondesir has accumulated the most scoring opportunities with 20.

“Other players in League A stood out for their scoring exploits. Costa Rica’s dynamic duo of Priscila Chinchilla and Melissa Herrera each scored a hat-trick in the 11-0 win against Saint Kitts and Nevis on September 25, while Alicia Cervantes of Mexico, Ana Lucia Martinez of Guatemala, Raquel Rodriguez of Costa Rica and Kethna Louis of Haiti bagged braces in matches.

“League A has certainly witnessed high-scoring matches, with 63 goals in 12 games, making for an average of 5.3 goals per match.

League B

“League B has also been dynamic, with Rianna Cyrus of Barbados and Jazmin Jackson of Dominican Republic standing out with hat-trick performances. Cyrus got hers in a 5-0 win versus Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on September 22, while Jackson’s three goals were in an October 27 8-0 triumph over Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

“In 24 League B matches, 78 goals have been scored, making for an average of 3.3 goals per game. Jackson, along with the El Salvador trio of Danielle Fuentes, Samaria Gomez and Danya Gutierrez, head up the top scorers in League B with four goals each.

“The Dominican Republic and El Salvador are also well-represented on the assists table with Dominican Republic’s Winibian Peralta (3), Kathrynn Gonzalez (2), Lucia Marte (2) and El Salvador’s Victoria Sanchez (2) and Brenda Ceren (2) among the leaders, along with Frazzoni of Bermuda (2).

“Goalkeepers have also shined in League B. Nicaragua GK Angela Gutierrez has registered 26 saves, while right behind is Anik Jarvis of Antigua and Barbuda with 24.

“Peralta also leads all players in fouls drawn with 12, and while only eight clean sheets have been recorded in League A, a total of 18 clean sheets are in the books in League B.

League C

“There has been no shortage of brilliant performances in League C as well. Grenada FW Nia Thompson scored the first ever goal in League C and she didn’t stop, as she leads all players in scoring in League C with six.

“Thompson is also the owner of one of just two hat-tricks in League C, the other belonging to Anguilla’s Carlia Johnson, who achieved that on September 21 in a 3-1 final with Cayman Islands. Thompson’s hat trick came three days later on September 24 in a 6-1 win versus Bahamas.

“Seventy-five goals have been scored in the 20 League C matches, for an average of 3.8 goals per game.

“Belize are among the leaders in goals and assists. Following Thompson on the scoring chart is the Belize pair of Khalydia Velasquez and Mikhaila Bowden with four, along with Aruba’s Vanessa Susanna and Saint Lucia’s Arnicka Louis, also with four each. Meanwhile, Belize’s Roshanny Narvaez has the most assists with three.

“Aruba’s Bonny Lammers has seemingly been involved in every scoring situation for her side, with 25 in total. She also has the most shots on target with 15.

“In the back, Eridania Medina of Turks and Caicos Islands has the most saves with 39, followed by Bonaire GK Rose Engelhart with 23 and Guadeloupe’s Anais Hatchi with 21. Hatchi also leads in all leagues in penalty saves with two.”

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