• Monday Oct 11, 2010

    Jamaica qualifies for U-20 Championship

    GEORGETOWN, Guyana - Craig Foster scored a pair of goals in the first 26 minutes to lead Jamaica to a 2-0 victory over Guyana on Sunday and a place in the CONCACAF Under-20 Championship.
     
    Jamaica finished atop Caribbean Group C with three wins in as many games and outscoring its opponents 21-1. Foster lead the way for Jamaica with eight goals - including three in a 13-0 rout of the U.S. Virgin Islands on Friday.

    The victory joins Jamaica with host Guatemala and North American entrants Canada, Mexico and the United States in the 12-team field April 3-7.

    Guyana finished second in Group C with six points and will next head to a playoff round with the three other group runners-up to determine the Caribbean's fifth and final berth.

    In Sunday's other game, Moron Phillip scored four goals and Mickey Ganness had two to lead Grenada to a 7-0 win over the U.S. Virgin Islands, which finished last in the four-team group having been outscored 25-1.

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