Even though the BVI Coach, Marcos Falopa, made four changes to the team that started the 4-0 win over Anguilla, the new faces quickly put any doubts about the result to rest with a dominant display.
By half time the BVI were already 3-0 ahead after goals from Charles Medway (2) and Bailey Rowe.
Rowe would then make it 4-0 from the penalty spot early in the second half and complete his hat trick the other side of a Marcus Butler goal to make it 6-0.
Several substitutions ensued and the Turks and Caicos boys pulled a goal back before Kahil Farrington made it 7-1 with a powerful header.
Medway said it was a quality performance and the team had scored some decent goals, adding “my second goal from 30 yards out was special, but anytime you can get on the scoresheet and help the BVI to victory is special”
Farrington noted that he was surprised to score “I knew I made good contact, but didn’t realise it was going in. We have now had two good wins and should make it to the finals”
Hat trick scorer, Rowe concluded that he felt very happy to net three times on his full debut and also noted that the BVI had thoroughly outplayed TnC and there should be no problem in coming out with a win over Montserrat in Wednesday’s final group match.
The BVI top the group with six points ahead of Anguilla and Montserrat, who have three each.