Shenel Gall, one of Cayman’s most outstanding female players hopes sharing her experiences with the younger members of the national team will pay dividends at the current Caribbean Football Union Women’s Championship in Turks.
Gall inspired a late Cayman Islands comeback on Sunday scoring in the 74th minute as Cayman mounted a rally and earned a 2-2 draw against Bermuda.
Gall who has previously played professionally in Europe credits the team’s sole focus on one goal for their late game resurgence.
“It’s great everyone is working together,” Gall told CaymanFootball.com. “Working hard and a positive vibe with everyone helping each other. We are all on the same page, we have the same goals and that is the key to the team.”
One of the more experienced players in the Cayman Islands national team, Gall hopes her exploits and experience, which she has shared with her younger teammates, can assist them on their quest to advance to the CFU Women’s Final round in August
“I guess the players look up to me because I have played at the highest level. I hope the players gain a lot from my experience and take it with them on the field.”
Gall and the Cayman Islands National Team have to beat Turks and Caicos by five clear goals on Tuesday’s final match day and Bermuda lose to St Kitts and Nevis in order to advance.