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Bermuda narrowly beaten by Trinidad

Bermuda were narrowly beaten by Trinidad in their opening World Cup qualifier in Port of Spain.

Devarr Boyles' side held firm until the 44th minute when Stoke City striker headed home Darryl Roberts' cross.

The hosts also struck the woodwork on two occasions, while Bermuda goalkeeper Freddy Hall was called upon to reel off several fine saves.

At the other end, Bermuda didn't create too many chances with Nahki Wells going the closest with a powerful drive which was saved by Trinidad keeper Tony Warner.

Bermuda will now travel to Guyana who they play in their second qualifier on Tuesday.

Bermuda's starting line-up: Hall, Darrell, Tankard, Tucker, Lee, Manders, DeGraff, Lambe, Burgess, Wells, Smith

Nahki Wells

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Published September 02, 2011 at 6:00 pm (Updated September 02, 2011 at 6:58 pm)

Bermuda narrowly beaten by Trinidad

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