Bermuda Under-15 girls sign off on losing note
Bermuda 0 Cayman Islands 1
Bermuda signed off from the Concacaf Girls Under-15 Championship in Tampa, Florida, on a losing note today.
The island’s youngsters succumbed to their second loss of the tournament after being edged by Cayman Islands in a fifth-place play-off at the Hillsborough County Tournament Sportsplex.
“It was a tough game,” Don Vickers, the Bermuda coach, told The Royal Gazette. “We struggled with our game style, what we wanted to do.
“The girls gave up a sort of mishap goal and we struggled to get back.
“Overall, happy with what I saw. The girls fought really hard which is good and made the game competitive as the game went on.”
Both teams were for eliminated from the tournament in the group stage and faced off to determine final placement to ensure every team played a minimum of four matches.
Bermuda bowed out of the tournament because of inferior goal difference, the fourth and final spot going to Honduras.