Guyana edge St. Lucia 1-0

CONCACAF Boys U-15 Football

The Guyana U15 starting XI versus St. Lucia

Guyana ended their Group-F campaign in the CONCACAF Boys U15 Championship on a winning note, edging St. Lucia 1-0 yesterday at the IMG Academy Facility, in Florida, USA.

The Guyana U15 starting XI versus St. Lucia

Following a scoreless first half, Guyana secured the vital three points, as Omari Glasgow netted in the 55th minute.
Guyana’s starting XI read: Shawn Adonis (GK), Jermaine Padmore, Troni Semple, Okifi Patoir, Joshua Braithwaite, Marcus Wilson (C), Tyrel Khan, Isiah James, Orville Daniels, Omari Glasgow and Jermaine Garrett.
It was the first win for the Guyanese in the event following a 1-1 draw with St. Kitts and Nevis and a 3-1 loss to Suriname. With the result, Guyana finish on four points in Group-F. Group-F Points Standings

Team       GP   W    D    L    GF   GA   GD   Pts.
Suriname   2    2    0    0    4    1    +3   6
Guyana     3    1    1    1    3    4    -1   4
St. Kitts  2    0    2    0    3    3    0    2
St. Lucia  3    0    1    2    2    4    -2   1


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