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Bermuda maintained their 100-per-cent record at the CONCACAF Under-15 tournament in the Cayman Islands after a 3-1 win over Aruba.

It means Bermuda are top of the table with 12 points, three points ahead of nearest rivals Cayman and Aruba and in perfect position to qualify for the knockout stages.

Amar Lewis and man of the match Jai-Sei Smith-DeShields (2) were on target for coach Andrew Bascome’s side, who now play US Virgin Islands in their final group game on Tuesday.

 National Academy Director Richard Trott said: “This is an exciting prospect and opportunity for the players. It will serve as a primary developer for our group as they enter the Under-17s.”

“This team is well prepared which is the key for them. They have trained hard this year.”