Trinidad and Tobago claimed the last berth in the final round of Caribbean qualifying for the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship, beating host St. Vincent and the Grenadines 3-0 Sunday night to earn second place in its group.
Trinidad joined final-round host Jamaica, first-round group winners Curacao, Cuba, Haiti and Suriname, along with fellow second-place finishers Antigua & Barbuda and Puerto Rico in the eight-team Caribbean finals.
Curacao and Antigua also earned their places on Sunday, playing each other to a 3-3 draw in North Sound, Antigua, to finish both with seven points atop Group 1.
Jomal Williams and Adan Noel both scored their second goal in three games to lead Trinidad, which finished with six points in Group 4, just behind Suriname on goal difference. Earlier Sunday, Guyana beat Suriname 2-1 in Kingstown, St. Vincent.
Suriname had assured itself of a berth on Friday when it defeated Trinidad 3-0.
In North Sound, Antigua, Elvis Thomas had all three goals for the host against Curacao, adding to the pair he scored in a 4-0 victory over Dominica on Wednesday. The draw assured Curacao of the Group 1 title on goal difference.
The weekend results also set the match-ups for the final round of Caribbean qualifying with Haiti, Curacao, Trinidad and Puerto Rico in Group A, and host Jamaica, Suriname, Cuba and Antigua in Group B.
Five nations will qualify for the 12-team CONCACAF U-20 Championship in Pueba, Mexico February 18-March 2.
A complete schedule of matches was expected to be released by the Caribbean Football Union.
Caribbean U-20 Final Round
Trinidad and Tobago
Antigua and Barbuda