Honduras defeated Trinidad & Tobago 2:0 on Friday evening at the Stade Riviére-Pilote in Fort-de-France, Martinique and clinched one of the two Interzone Playoff berth for the 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

The other berth went to Martinique, which is currently tied with Honduras in the three-nation Interzone Playoffs standings at three points with a game remaining, after the host topped Trinidad 3:2 on Wednesday in Fort-de-France.

Goals by Wilmer Velasquez in the 50th minute and Francisco Ramírez just before the end of the match were all the offense needed for the catrachos as they eliminated the soca warriors that suffered their second straight defeat.

The Interzone Playoffs concludes on Sunday at the Stade Dillon in Fort-de-France as Martinique greets Honduras.

Both nations join the invited teams Brazil, Colombia along with CONCACAF squads Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico and USA in the 12-team Gold Cup from 12-27 July.

25.04.2003: Fort-de-France, MARTINIQUE; Stade Riviére-Pilote
Wilmer VELASQUEZ 50'; Francisco RAMíREZ 89'
TRI: Kelvin Jack - Keyeno Thomas (68: Brent Rahim), Reynold Carrington, Brent Sancho, Cyd Gray, Arnold Dwarika, Jason Scotland (54: Nigel Pierre), Glenn Connell, Ansil Elcock, Silvio Spann (54: Travis Mulraine), Trent Noel. Booked: Spann 10', Gray 36', Noel 61', Mulraine 63'
HON: Hector Medina - Mario Beata, Milton Polacios, Sergio Mendoza, Emil Martinez (78: Eric Vallecillo), Jaime Rosales, Elvis Turcios (87: Carlos Oliva), Wilmer Velasquez (82: Jose Ramírez), Rony Morales, Edgar Alvares, Walter Hernandez. Booked: Martinez 22', Beata 65'
TD: Edwin PAVóN