Concacaf Boys U-17: Guyana rebound to beat The Bahamas 4-0
After a 2-4 defeat to Bonaire in their opening match of the 2022 Concacaf Men’s Under-17 Championship Qualifiers, Guyana topped The Bahamas 4-0 at the IMG Academy, Florida, on Thursday morning.
Christopher Witter led the way with a double with goals in the 19th and 29th, while Bryan Wharton made his mark in the ninth after an own goal by the Bahamians in the fourth gave Guyana the lead.
The boys now face St. Martin (September 3), the British Virgin Islands (September 5), and Bermuda (September7) to see who will progress to the championship stages.
The winners of each of the four qualification groups will join the 16 top-ranked nations in the region to compete for the confederation’s title in 2023.
The Concacaf finals will take place in Guatemala in February 2023, with the four semi-finalists progressing to the FIFA U-17 World Cup Peru 2023.