Under-20 women lose opener
Bermuda Under-20s suffered defeat in their opening game of the Women’s Under-20 Concacaf Championships against host nation Guyana at the National Track and Field Centre Leonora yesterday.
Coach Naquita Robinson’s team trailed 1-0 at half-time and conceded again late on.
They will look to bounce back from the loss when they face St Lucia tomorrow.
Bermuda have also been pitted in group A with Surinam and Antigua & Barbuda.
The top two finishers of each group will advance to the Championship phase.
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