Qualifiers for the Central American and Caribbean Games - Panama vs Bermuda

PAN 0 vs BER 4

The CAC Qualifier in Kingston, Jamaica, resumed on Day 3 with Bermuda going up against Panama for a chance to sit at the top of the table. 

The first period found Bermuda on a scoring streak, starting in the 8th minute with Maya Palacio. With more goals 2-3 minutes apart, Renee Greenslade, Jasmine Patterson and Azari Thomas made it 4-0 just before the first period ended.

Panama turned up their defending a notch to prevent Bermuda from capitalizing on the number of chances presented to them. One such chance was a penalty stroke taken by Thomas and saved by Daryeli Castro. This win now puts Bermuda on 7 points.


GUA 0 vs PUR 4

Mariso Miro made 3 attempts at goal in a first period penalty corner, but Sandra Sis and Norma Quevedo held it together for Guatemala. Both teams went into the half time break without scoring.

Third period began with a high press from the Puerto Ricans and three back to back saves from Quevedo.

In the 24th minute, Captain Josefina Freaney scored a remarkable reverse stick shot into the top left of the goal to give Puerto Rico their first goal of the competition and the lead over Guatemala. Lyneishka Leon and Kayla Chapman scored from penalty corners in the 46th and 49th minute to widen the gap. The final goal came in the last minute of the game from Marisa Batista.


JAM 0 vs GUY 0

The midday sun at the JN Hockey Field caught Guyana and Jamaica battling for a chance to end the day with maximum points. Jamaica was awarded a penalty stroke in the first quarter; Demi Nicholson takes the shot to the right of Briawna Gordon who makes a save to deny Jamaica of the early lead. Kerensa Fernandes got off a shot at goal in a penalty corner, but it was blocked by Trudyann Knight. Despite a dominant first half by Jamaica, they failed to get pass the Guyanese defence.

Guyana began to apply some pressure on the Jamaicans, winning four consecutive penalty corners; however, none resulted in a goal.  Jamaica is now tied on 7 points with Bermuda, leading on goal difference. Guyana has been shifted to third place after ending with a goalless draw for the second time.