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Women's World Cup '99: CONCACAF qualifying results (Aug. 28-29)
August 30th, 1998 12AM
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Group A

Aug. 28 in Etobicoke, Canada Guatemala 2 Martinique 0. Goals: Vela 30, Villeda 80. Guatemala --Colina, Perez, Acevedo, Solares, S.Barrios, C.Barrios, Burmester, Galvez, Argueta (Simon, 90), Castillejos (Villeda, 69), Vela (Russell, 86). Martinique --Amory, Ourmiah, Rufferman (Senga, 81), Renciot, Marie-Jeanne, Babin, Fabert (Bassin, 81), Flore, Bonsang, Cabit (Martinon, 83), Pelage. Canada 21 Puerto Rico 0. Goals: Burtini 2, 7, 9, Rosenow 12, Burtini 15, Franck 18, Hooper 21, Burtini 24, 26, Morneau 36, Hooper 38, Burtini 40, 43, Morneau 44, Franck 62, Blaskovic 64, Rosenow 69, 70, Blaskovic 73, Muir 75, Rosenow 80. Canada --Wright, Smith, Franck, Morneau (C.Walsh, 72), Dion, Hooper (Donnelly, 46), Rosenow, A.Walsh, Joly, Muir, Burtini (Blaskovic, 46). Puerto Rico --Smallwood, K.Rivera, Hernandez, De Cuba, Reynoso, Carasquillo (Del Toro, 71), Johnson (Wohlauer, 24), Loomis (Perez, 39), Duran, Smith, Williams. Att.:n/a. (Note: Canada's win is a record victory for a national team in a FIFA world competition -- men or women -- breaking the mark held by Iran in its 17-0 win over Maldives in qualifying for France '98.) STANDINGS
Puerto Rico10010210
SCHEDULE Aug. 30 --Puerto Rico vs. Guatemala, Canada vs. Martinique. Sept. 1 --Puerto Rico vs. Martinique, Canada vs. Guatemala.

Group B

Aug. 29 in Etobicoke Trinidad & Tobago 2 Haiti 1. Goals: Brown 1, De Silva 72; Thelot 52. Trinidad & Tobago --Mitchell, James, Gordon (De Silva, 46), Charles, Noel (Castro, 79), Callender, Nelson, Prescott, Brown, Reyes (David, 73), Serjeant. Haiti --Monique, Denis, Felix, Jacinthe, Teleus, Bien Aime, Nord, Thelot, Pierre (Luma, 84), Jacque, Gilles (Maitre, 75). Mexico 3 Costa Rica 2. Goals: Dominguez 14, 45, 45; Barrantes 36, Aleman 59. Mexico --Quinones, Lopez, Ireta, Oceguera, Perez, Vergara (Gerardo, 42), Hill, Rodebaugh (I.Mora, 69), Dominguez, Mora (Olguin, 72), Leyva. Costa Rica --Fernandez, Villalobos, Trujillo, Contreras, Madriz, Barrantes (Carmons, 46), Aleman, Castro (Rodrigues, 80, Araya, 90), M.Alvarez, C.Mora, J.Alvarez. Att.:850. STANDINGS
Trin. & Tobago1100213
Costa Rica1001230
SCHEDULE Aug. 31 --Haiti vs. Mexico, Costa Rica vs. Trinidad & Tobago. Sept. 2 --Costa Rica vs. Haiti, Trinidad & Tobago vs. Mexico.

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