Guyana’s #6 is closely marked by Saint Lucia’s #7 in day one action (Photo Angel Martinez )

BRADENTON, FLORIDA; TUESDAY AUGUST 07, 2018 – Day Two at the 2018 CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship was full of action with 28 teams taking the field. A day after three players bagged braces on match day one, the second day of football produced even more goal-scoring heroics.

Andrea America Frias of the United States, Riesmarly Tokaay of Curacao, and Martinique’s Ludmila Jade Emilie Gaydu, all registered hat-tricks in their respective teams’ victories.

Tokaay’s three goals were notable, as the scores helped rally Curacao from a 2-1 deficit to claim a 3-2 win over Antigua and Barbuda.

There were still plenty of players who also notched braces on the day, with Katherine Rader (United States), Shonik Phillip (Grenada), Ellie Stokes (Saint Kitts and Nevis), Maria Pinto Negrao (Portugal), Maiesha Minette (Anguilla), and Lilian Lisbeth Clase Baez (Dominican Republic), enjoying double the fun on the day.

Here are Tuesday’s results from day two of the 2018 CONACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship in Bradenton, Florida:

Puerto Rico 1-2 Northern Ireland
Cayman Islands 2-0 Guyana
United States 8-0 Jamaica
Mexico 1-0 Haiti
Curacao 3-2 Antigua and Barbuda
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0-5 Grenada
Bermuda 1-0 Barbados
El Salvador 0-5 Portugal
Dominica 0-4 Anguilla
Panama 3-2 Dominican Republic
Canada 1-2 Costa Rica
Martinique 3-0 Belize
Saint Lucia 2-0 Bahamas
Saint Kitts and Nevis 5-0 U.S. Virgin Islands
(concacaf media)