Under-17's Haïti became football kings of the Caribbean at the Under-16 level after winning group A of the 2006 CFU Youth Cup with a maximum of 9 points from their 3 matches including a win over the tournament hosts, Trinidad & Tobago. "In the final, Haiti the most entertaining team of the tournament, winning the most friends as well, matched the Mexicans in every department for the first half but the North Americans produced the necessary goods to show just why they continue to stand at the top of the CONCACAF." -Shaun Fuentes (SocaWarriors.net) Despite the loss to Mexico in the final, Haïti had already secured the Caribbean title and a spot in next year's CONCACAF Under-17 Final Round. Joseph Peterson, Haïti's influential midfielder and captain won the 2006 CFU Youth Cup MVP award. Also Dorhans Shelson won the Best Goalkeeper award. The young Haïtians continue their journey in April as the 2007 CONCACAF Under-17 Final Round kicks off for group A in Honduras. There the Caribbean champs will meet the hosts, El Salvador, and Mexico. The top 2 teams at the end of group play will qualify for the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Korea Republic.