Having lost 2-0 to the Guadeloupe national side on Saturday, Cayman took on local side Saint-Claude, a mid-table women’s league side, and won comfortably in treacherous weather conditions.
Cayman led 6-0 at halftime. Tatiana Ramoon hit a hat-trick, and the other goals came from Judy Rivers, Nicole Whittaker, Brittany Bodden and Kaela Ebanks.
“We made various changes to the team in the second half, in terms of personnel and formation, to look more closely at options and combinations of players,” head coach Alan Purvis said before they returned on Tuesday.
He added that although Saint-Claude were not the strongest opposition, it was a worthwhile game and gave the team more experience of playing together.
“It was a very disciplined and professional performance, particularly in the first half,” said Purvis. “We could have added more in the second half if it wasn’t for a string of saves from the opposition keeper.”
He added that it was nice to finish the trip by winning, which gave the players a confidence boost before heading home for their next challenge against American college side University of New Haven on Sunday.