Jamaica were officially crowned Caribbean Champions last night after a dramatic penalty shootout saw them overcome Trinidad and Tobago.
After neither side was able to break the deadlock in 90 minutes plus extra time, the title was decided from the spot.
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The ‘Reggae Boyz’ eventual emerged as 4-3 winners, with Kenwyne Jones and Michael Seaton missing for Trinidad. It was their fifth title in the tournament.
Earlier in the day, Haiti beat Cuba 2-1 in the 3rd place playoff.
The tournament’s outcome means Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti and Cuba have all qualified for next year’s Gold Cup, while winners Jamaica have also qualified for the 2016 Copa America Centenario – a one-off expanded edition of the tournament to celebrate its 100 year anniversary.
5th-placed French Guiana will play the Copa Centroamerica’s 5th-placed side Honduras in March 2015 for the final spot in next summer’s Gold Cup.