Cayman’s women’s national team has been in serious training for the Caribbean Football Union Caribbean Cup tournament next week.
Their Group 3 games are at the Turks and Caicos National Academy.
Bermuda have joined the competition, which serves as the first round of World Cup qualifying.
Cayman must win the group or be one of the best two second-place finishers from group play to advance to the competition’s next round.
Cayman’s opener is on May 23 against Saint Kitts and Nevis. Then Cayman, captained by Brianna Hydes, play Bermuda two days later and finally the hosts Turks and Caicos on May 27.
Group 1 consists of Aruba, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, the US Virgin Islands and the hosts Antigua and Barbuda with matches at the Antigua Recreation Ground.
In Group 2 Martinique, Dominica, Barbados and hosts Puerto Rico will battle it out at the Juan R. Loubriel Stadium in San Juan.
Group 4 games are in Haiti’s Park Bayas Mirebalais Stadium in Port-au-Prince and the other teams are Cuba, Guadeloupe and Suriname.
Group 5 games are in the Dominican Republic and involves the hosts, Jamaica, Anguilla and St. Lucia.
Final Women’s Caribbean Cup games are in Trinidad and Tobago in August.