Guyana places 12th in Beach Soccer tournament

Guyana finished the 2017 CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship in the 12th position losing to Antigua and Barbuda 6-8 Sunday at the Malcolm Beach Soccer Facility in Bahamas.

Antigua was led by  hat-tricks from Elvis Thomas in the ninth, 12th and 20th minute and from Omarie Daniels in the 14th, 30th and 35th minute.

Contributing a double was Kevin Richards in the first and 32nd minute. For Guyana, Deshawn Joseph netted in the 20th and 26th minute, Michael Wilson scored in the 12th and 34th minute and Jamal Haynes netted in the 21st and 24th minute.

Guyana had earlierdefeated the Antigua side 6-4.

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