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Bermuda crash out of Caribbean Cup

Bermuda's Caribbean Cup journey has come to an end after a 3-0 defeat away to French Guiana in the second round of the competition.

Coach Andrew Bascome's team needed to defeat French Guiana to keep hopes alive of advancing to the third round but suffered a 3-0 defeat to bring the curtain down on their campaign.

French Guiana were on top throughout a goalless first half, with Bermuda failing to register a shot on goal, and the home side continued to dominate after the break, scoring three unanswered goals.

Last night's final group four game was a rearranged fixture after the previous meeting between the two sides was abandoned because of torrential rain, with Bermuda leading 1-0 thanks to a Damon Ming goal.

Dominican Republic won the group after victories over Bermuda and French Guiana.

The second round of the competition featured five groups, with the winners and four best runners-up advancing to the third round in October.

All over: Bermuda lost 3-0 to French Guiana

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Published June 19, 2016 at 11:29 pm (Updated June 19, 2016 at 11:29 pm)

Bermuda crash out of Caribbean Cup

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