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Women's Football at the 2013 Island Games

Women's Football at the Island Games 2013
Tournament details
Host country Bermuda
Dates July 14 – July 18
Teams 3
Venue(s) 2 (in 1 host city)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 5
Top scorer(s) Tschana Wade
Laila Platoú
(3 goals)

The 2013 Island Games in Bermuda will be the seventh edition in which a football (soccer) tournament is played at the multi-games competition.

Participants

Below are the teams who have confirmed their place at the tournament -

Group Phase

Rank Nation Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1  Bermuda 2 2 0 0 11 2 +9 6
2  Greenland 2 1 0 1 5 6 -1 3
3  Hitra 2 0 0 2 2 10 -8 0
July 14
18:00
Bermuda  5 - 1  Greenland
Cheyra Bell Goal 15'
Tschana Wade Goal 52'
Akeyla Furbert Goal 55'
Aaliyah Nolan Goal 63'
Jessica Furtado Goal 76'
Report Laila Platoú Goal 53'

July 15
18:00
Bermuda  6 - 1  Hitra
Tschana Wade Goal 18'68'
Aaliyah Nolan Goal 29'
Cheyra Bell Goal 39'
Jessica Furtado Goal 55'
Rayni Maybury Goal 74'
Report Julie Kristoffersen Goal 82'

July 16
18:00
Hitra  1 - 4  Greenland
Julie Kristoffersen Goal 26' Report Laila Platoú Goal 14'
Lisa Petersen Goal 19'
Birthe Ugpernángitsok Goal 39'41'

Final Stage

Semi-final match

July 17
20:00
Greenland  2 - 1 Hitra 
Laila Platoú Goal 22'
Arnaq Bourup Egede Goal 27'
Report Lise Røvik Goal 89'
Bermuda Athletics Association, Hamilton

Final

July 18
18:00
Bermuda  0 - 0
(5-4 on pens)
 Greenland
Report

2013 Island Games Winners
Bermuda 

See also

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