• Sunday Aug 21, 2011

    Bahamas tops Bermuda in women's U-17s

    NASSAU, Bahamas - Clayre Saunders scored a pair of second-half goals and gave the Bahamas a 2-0 victory over Bermuda on Thursday that sent it to the second round of Caribbean qualifying for the CONCACAF Under-17 Women's Championship.

    The victory was the second in five days for the Bahamas, which also routed Antigua & Barbuda 10-0 on Sunday with five goals by Dena Ingraham.

    The Bahamas finished atop Group A with six points, three better than Bermuda, and became the first of four teams to advance.

    Saunders scored in the 51st and 75th minutes for the Bahamas, which would have advanced with a draw.

    The three other first-round group winners also will advance to a second group stage, from which three will qualify for the CONCACAF finals.

     

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