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Bermuda defeat Cayman at World Championships

Bermuda’s national ball hockey team have won their four opening games of the 2013 World Ball Hockey Championships in Toronto.

The Islanders, who were scheduled to play Great Britain yesterday, followed up their victories over Hong Kong, Israel and Italy with a 4-3 win over Cayman Islands.

Cayman, who have never beaten Bermuda, took an early lead but the Islanders pulled level in the second period, taking advantage of a power play with Dave Gazzard scoring.

The match remained tied until late in the second period when Cayman struck again, only to concede shortly afterwards when Bermuda’s Chris Coleman fired home.

In the third period, Bermuda started to dominate their opponents and scored two goals through skipper Chad Critchley and JM Tremblay.

Cayman did manage a late consolation goal but Bermuda held firm for the win.

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Published June 07, 2013 at 9:10 am (Updated June 07, 2013 at 9:09 am)

Bermuda defeat Cayman at World Championships

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