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Under-17 Women's World Cup Results
October 29th, 2008 7AM
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The inaugural Under-17 Women's World Cup began Tuesday in New Zealand, where the host country fell to Canada, 1-0, in the opening game that drew more than 13,000 fans in Auckland. Penn State-bound Rachel Lamarre scored the first goal of the competition. The USA opens against Japan in Hamilton on Thursday. For all the results and schedules ...

Group A
Oct. 28 in Auckland
New Zealand 0 Canada 1 (Lamarre 27).
Oct. 29 in Auckland
Denmark 1 (Boye 51) Colombia 1 (Ariza 20).
Nov. 1 in Auckland
Colombia vs. Canada
New Zealand vs. Denmark
Nov. 4 in Hamilton
Canada vs. Denmark
Nov. 4 in Wellington
Colombia vs. New Zealand

Group B
Oct. 29 in Christchurch
Germany 5 (Mester 17, Marozsan 34, 43, Knnak 51, Kemme 66) Costa Rica 0.
North Korea 1 (Byol 69) Ghana 1 (Dadson 73).
Nov. 1 in Christchurch
Ghana vs. Germany
Costa Rica vs. North Korea
Nov. 4 in Hamilton
Germany vs. North Korea
Nov. 4 in Wellington
Ghana vs. Costa Rica

Group C
Oct. 30 in Hamilton
USA vs. Japan
France vs. Paraguay
Nov. 2 in Hamilton
USA vs. Paraguay
Japan vs. France
Nov. 5 in Christchurch
Paraguay vs. Japan
Nov. 5 in Auckland
USA vs. France

Group D
Oct. 30 in Wellington
Brazil vs. England
South Korea vs. Nigeria
Nov. 2 in Wellington
Nigeria vs. England
Brazil vs. South Korea
Nov. 5 in Christchurch
Nigeria vs. Brazil
Nov. 5 in Auckland
England vs. South Korea

Quarterfinals
Nov. 8 in Wellington
Game 25: 1A vs. 2B
Game 26: 1B vs. 2A
Nov. 9 in Hamilton
Game 27: 1C vs. 2D
Game 28: 1D vs. 2C

Semifinals
Nov. 13 in Christchurch
W25 vs. W27
W26 vs. W28

Third-Place Game
Nov. 16 in Auckland

Final
Nov. 16 in Auckland




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