Canada Earns 2-1 Win in Japan

Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team defeated the Japanese National Select Team 2-1 in exhibition play at the Amino Vital Field Stadium in Tokyo on Monday, August 2.



Brittany Timko scored in the fourth minute to give Canada the early lead. Aysha Jamani scored the winner in the 64th minute.



Japan halved the Canadian lead in the 72nd minute.



Canadian goalkeeper Stephanie Labee played all 90 minutes.

Canada’s Women’s World Cup Team defeated the Japanese National Select Team 2-1 in exhibition play at the Amino Vital Field Stadium in Tokyo on Monday, August 2.



Brittany Timko scored in the fourth minute to give Canada the early lead. Aysha Jamani scored the winner in the 64th minute.



Japan halved the Canadian lead in the 72nd minute.



Canadian goalkeeper Stephanie Labee played all 90 minutes.



“It was a good game,” said Head Coach Even Pellerud. “Our team was almost the Under-19 team with Hooper and Sinclair added. Overall, it was an excellent camp.”



August 2, 2004 – Exhibition

Amino Vital Field – Tokyo, Japan

Canada – 2(1)

JapantSelectt – 1(0)

Goals: Canada- Timko (4); Jamani (64) Japan – Miyazaki (72)

Canada: 1-Stephanie Labee; 11-Josee Belanger (8-Veronique Maranda, 71); 7-Amanda Cicchini; 10-Charmaine Hooper (4-Rhian Wilkinson, 68); 14-Aysha Jamani (3-Jodi-Ann Robinson, 65); 15-Kara Lang; 13-Diana Matheson; 18-Sari Raber; 12-Christine Sinclair; 17-Brittany Timko (6-Leah Robinson, 59); 5-Emily Zurrer; Head Coach-Even Pellerud.

Subs not used: 20-Taryn Swiatek; 22-Stacey VanBoxmeer; 9-Melissa Tancredi; 16-Katie Thorlakson.

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