Barbados remained firmly rooted at the bottom of Group A after they were beaten 3-0 by Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean Football Union Men’s Under-17 Qualifiers at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, last night.
Once again Barbados were shaky in defence and their frontline again failed to score after going down 2-0 to Haiti in their last match.
Anthony Herbert opened the scoring for Trinidad in the 19th minute and the score remained that way when the half-time whistle went.
Trinidad and Tobago pressured Barbados’ defence on the resumption and they were rewarded in the 50th minute when Tekay Hoyace also found the back of the nets.
The teenage Soca Warriors completed the rout when Dereem Daniels made it three goals in the 77th minute. Haiti top the group with six points, Trinidad are second on three, St Lucia have three points and Barbados are on zero.
Meanwhile in another game played, Haiti defeated St Lucia 6-1. Scoring for Haiti were Johnson Jeudy in the 17th, Ronaldo Damus in the 31st, Bicou Bissainthe in the 45th and Jude Maitre in the 49th, 64th and 83rd.
Noah Nicholas netted in the 61st minute for St Lucia.