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Bermuda and Bahamas claim last Concacaf spots
March 31st, 2008 6:45AM

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[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Bermuda, coached by former Howard University coach Keith Tucker, defeated the Cayman Islands, 3-1, Sunday to win their open stage series, 4-2, aggregate and advance to the second stage of World Cup 2010 qualifying in the Concacaf zone against Trinidad & Tobago.

The last remaining berth in Stage 2 went to Bahamas, which beat the British Virgin Islands on away goals (the return leg in Nassau, which ended in a 2-2 tie, counted as the British Virgin Islands' home game).

Stage 1, Second Leg
March 30
British Virgin Islands 2 (Williams 78, 90) Bahamas 2 (Bethel 40, Mitchell 52).
(Aggregate: 3-3; Bahamas wins on away goals.)
Cayman Islands 1 (Forbes pen. 63) Bermuda 3 (Degraff 18, 25, Steede 52).

Stage 2, First Leg
June 14-15
Series 1: USA-Barbados
Series 2: Guatemala-St. Lucia
Series 3: Trinidad & Tobago-Bermuda
Series 4: Antigua & Barbuda-Cuba
Series 5: Belize/St. Kitts & Nevis-Mexico
Series 6: Jamaica-Bahamas
Series 7: Honduras-Puerto Rico
Series 8: Canada-St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Series 9: Grenada-Costa Rica
Series 10: Surinam-Guyana
Series 11: Panama-El Salvador
Series 12: Haiti-Netherlands Antilles

Stage 2, Second Leg
June 21-22
Series 1: Barbados-USA
Series 2: St. Lucia-Guatemala
Series 3: Bermuda-Trinidad & Tobago
Series 4: Cuba-Antigua & Barbuda
Series 5: Mexico-Belize
Series 6: Bahamas-Jamaica
Series 7: Puerto Rico-Honduras
Series 8: St. Vincent & The Grenadines-Canada
Series 9: Costa Rica-Grenada
Series 10: Guyana-Surinam
Series 11: El Salvador-Panama
Series 12: Netherlands Antilles-Haiti



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