Under-20s thrash Suriname
Riley Simmons and Nia Christopher both scored hat-tricks in Bermuda Under-20’s 6-0 win over Suriname in the Women’s Under-20 Concacaf Championships in Guyana on Wednesday night.
It was Bermuda’s first win of the regional competition, having lost their opener 2-1 to the host nation and 2-1 St Lucia.
Bermuda will play their final group A match against Antigua & Barbuda on Sunday.
The top two finishers of each group will advance to the Championship phase.
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