• Sunday Jun 05, 2016

    Caribbean Cup Recap: June 4, 2016 Matches

    Action from the Scotibank CFU Men's Caribbean Cup match between the host US Virgin Islands and Guyana on June 4, 2016, in Amalie Charlotte. (Photo: Aisha Zakiya-Boyd)

    Second-round play in the 2016/17 Scotiabank CFU Men’s Caribbean Cup continued Saturday as Puerto Rico became the first team to secure a spot in the next round thanks to a second straight win.

    CONCACAF.com takes a look at the action from the Caribbean’s qualifying competition for the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

    Group 1 … Hector Ramos (6’. 90’+25) netted two goals in a second straight game and Puerto Rico earned a 2-1 win over Antigua & Barbuda. With maximum points from two outings, the host sealed a spot in the third round. Dexter Blackstock (35’) equalized for Antigua & Barbuda, which hosts Grenada (0W-0D-1L, 0 points) in the group’s finale on June 7. The match at the Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel in Bayamon was delayed by heavy rains.

    Group 2 … Guadeloupe bounced back from an opening loss to Martinique, edging Dominica, 2-1. Elbert Anatol gave the host a 1-0 in the 23rd minute, but Julian Wade levelled four minutes before halftime with his fourth goal of the competition. Gilles Dan (64’) struck for the game-winner.

    Group 3 … Guyana revived its hopes of progressing with a 7-0 win over the host US Virgin Islands. Trayon Bobb (23’, 74’), Ricky Bascombe (25’, 44’) and Anthony Abrams (68’, 87’) each struck for two goals. The Golden Jaguars lost to Curacao, 5-2, in their opener.

    Group 4 … Jonathan Faña Farias’ goal in the 27th minute lifted the Dominican Republic to a 1-0 win over host Bermuda. The Dominicans have not conceded a Caribbean Cup goal in 189 minutes.

    Group 5 … St. Vincent & the Grenadines, which is currently involved in the fourth round of CONCACAF qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, fell 2-1 at Suriname. The Vincentians took a 1-0 lead in the 71st minute through Myron Samuel, but the host stormed back on late goals by Mitchell Kisoor (85’) and Melvin Valies (90’+4).

    UPDATED RESULTS, TABLES & FIXTURES BELOW

    2016/17 SCOTIABANK CFU MEN’S CARIBBEAN CUP
    Second Round

    GROUP 1
    June 1, 2016: Grenada Athletics Stadium – St. George’s, Grenada
    Grenada-Puerto Rico 3-3 (3-1) (3:4 pens)
    Shavon John-Brown 3’, 27’; Moron Philip 38’ / Hector Ramos 44’ pen, 62’; Olvin Ortiz 88’

    June 4, 2016: Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel – Bayamon, Puerto Rico
    Puerto Rico-Antigua & Barbuda 2-1 (1-1)
    Hector Ramos 6’, 90’+25 / Dexter Blackstock 35’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
     *Puerto Rico  2  0  5
     Grenada  1  0  3
    Antigua & Barbuda  0  1
                   

    * awarded three points for prevailing on penalty kicks following a draw v Grenada

    June 7, 2016: Antigua & Barbuda v Grenada

    GROUP 2
    June 1, 2016: Stade Pierre Aliker – Fort-de-France, Martinique
    Martinique-Guadeloupe 2-0 (0-0)
    Antoine Jean-Baptiste 67’; Jean-Sylvain Babin 79’

    June 4, 2016: Stade Rene Serge Nabajoth
    Guadeloupe-Dominica 2-1 (1-1)
    Elbert Anatol 23’; Gilles Dan 64’ / Julian Wade 41’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
    Martinique  1  1  0  0
    Guadeloupe  1  1  2  3
    Dominica   1  1  2  0
                   

    June 7, 2016: Dominica v Martinique

    GROUP 3
    June 1, 2016: Stadion Ergilio Hato – Willemstad, Curacao
    Guyana-Curacao 2-5 (1-2)
    Sheldon Holder 18’; Brandon Beresford 78’ / Felitciano Zschusschen 7’, 61’, 89’; Gino van Kessel 42’, 63’

    June 4, 2016: Addelita Cancryn Playing Field – Charlotte Amalie, US Virgin Islands
    US Virgin Islands-Guyana 0-7 (0-4)
    Trayon Bobb 23’, 74’; Ricky Bascombe 25’, 44’; Devon Millington 30’; Anthony Abrams 68’, 87’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
    Guyana  1  1
    Curacao  0
    US Virgin Islands  1  0  1
                   

    June 7, 2016: Curacao v US Virgin Islands

    GROUP 4
    June 1, 2016: Stade Edmard Lama -- Remire-Montjoly, French Guiana
    French Guiana-Bermuda (Abandoned due to waterlogged pitch)

    June 4, 2016: Bermuda National Sports Centre – Devonshire, Bermuda
    Bermuda-Dominican Republic 0-1 (0-1)
    Jonathan Faña Farias 27’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
    Dominican Republic  0  1  0
    French Guiana  0  0  0
    Bermuda  1  0  0  1  0  0
                    

    June 7, 2016: Dominican Republic v French Guiana

    GROUP 5
    June 1, 2016: Warner Park -- Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis
    St. Kitts & Nevis-Suriname 1-0 (0-0)
    Harrison Panayiotou 30’

    June 4, 2016: Andre Kamperveen Stadion – Paramaribo, Suriname
    Suriname-St. Vincent & the Grenadines 2-1 (0-0)
    Mitchell Kisoor 85’; Melvin Valies 90’+4 / Myron Samuel 71’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
    St. Kitts & Nevis  1  0  1
    Suriname  2  1  0  1  2  3
    St. Vincent & the Grenadines  1  1  2
                   

    June 7, 2016: St. Vincent & the Grenadines v St. Kitts & Nevis

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