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“The goal she scored was straight through the middle and we want to see more of that from her.

I want her to finish off moves too and not just cross the ball.” The final whistle sealed Trinidad and Tobago’s largest triumph in a CONCACAF women’s tournament in the last 12 years and joint best margin of victory ever at this level.

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“We took our feet off the gas and allowed them to score a goal,” said the Trinidad and Tobago captain.

“That is what separates us from the top teams like the USA and Canada.

When they get a team to punish, they keep pushing and pushing for the entire 90 minutes.

“We have got to learn to be more professional if we want to close the gap…” Cordner added gloss on the scoreline with a fifth item for the Women Warriors in the 61st minute, after the Guyana custodian failed to hold on to a Mollon effort. Coach: Richard Hood Referee: Gillian Martindale (Barbados) CONCACAF 2016 Olympic qualifier (Tuesday February 16) Trinidad and Tobago 5 (Kennya Cordner 7, 61, Mariah Shade 10, Alison Heydorn OG 17, Ahkeela Mollon 21), Guyana 1 (Bria Williams 44) at BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston; Canada 10, Guatemala 0 at BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston.

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Senior Team inflicted a historic 5-1 whipping on neighbours, Guyana, last night to advance to the CONCACAF 2016 Olympic qualifying series semifinal round on Friday.

It was Trinidad and Tobago’s joint largest margin of victory in a CONCACAF women’s tournament, after a 6-2 win against Haiti in a 2004 Olympic qualifier. For now, Trinidad and Tobago coach Richard Hood and his squad might just want to bask in the success of a final four placing.

“We thought their full backs were weak and we executed brilliantly.” Kennya “Yaya” Cordner put the Women Warriors ahead after just seven minutes as she ran on to a through ball and rounded Guyana goalkeeper Chante Sanford to score.