Under-20 women lose to St Lucia
The Bermuda Under-20s lost their second successive game of the Women’s Under-20 Concacaf Championships in Guyana on Monday night.
Coach Naquita Robinson’s side, who lost their opener 2-1 to Guyana on Sunday, were beaten 2-1 by St Lucia in their second group A match.
Substitute Ryley Simmons scored a late consolation goal for Robinson’s side.
Bermuda have also been pitted in group A with Surinam, who they face today, and Antigua & Barbuda, who they meet on Sunday.
The top two finishers of each group will advance to the Championship phase.
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