Senior Women’s National Team Looks Ahead To World Cup Qualifiers 

PR – Former National footballer and Concacaf Licensed Coach Jake Rennie is leading the charge in preparing the Senior Women’s National Team for the 2023 FIFA  Women’s World Cup Qualifiers beginning in February 2022. Apart from being a  licensed coach, Rennie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Sport  from the International School for Physical Education and Sport.  

Additionally, he served as Fitness Trainer for the Senior Men’s National Team in  the Gold Cup and was Head Coach of the U17 and U20 Men’s teams in 2018 and  2020 respectively. 

Other members of the technical team include:  

Chanelle Phillip- Manager 

Alana Francois- Assistant Coach (Coach and referee) 

Shakira Collymore-Assistant Coach (Former player and referee) 

Goalkeeper Coach-Shemel Louison (Former National Senior Men’s Team  goalkeeper) 

Equipment Manager-Leston Phillip

The National Senior Women’s Team will play their first match away against  Dominican Republic on February 16 then host Jamaica on February 20 at the  Kirani James Athletics Stadium at 5pm. 

Currently, the team is engaged in weekly fitness and technical training sessions  from Monday to Thursday at the Queen’s Park Playing Field. 

Coach Rennie says, “We are working with promising talent identified by the  Women’s Development Officer from the U20 team and from recent competitions  and festivals held last year. We will also have overseas based players joining the  team.” 

He further stated, “We are ensuring that the players are in the best physical  condition while also focusing on mental preparation.” 

The final team will be announced in the coming days.