Jamaica secured a comfortable 7-0 victory over Bermuda in their opening match in the CONCACAF U17 Women’s Championships in the Dominican Republic on Sunday.
Raghunandanan found the back of the net in the seventh minute and scored a second in the 65th in what proved to be a very lop-sided affair.
Avery Johnson scored in the 11th minute and Tiny Seaton added a third in the 16th as Jamaica seemed poised to rack up quite a tally of goals.
Jamaica’s fourth goal came in the 47th minute courtesy of Tyesha Nelson with Raghunandanan finding the back of the net 18 minutes later. Shaneil Buckley added Jamaica’s sixth in the 78th minute.
Natoya Atkinson came on as a substitute for Johnson in the 64th and scored the seventh goal for Jamaica seven minutes from full time.
Jamaica had 39 shots at goal but only 12 were on target and by any measure should have won by an even more comfortable margin.
Jamaica currently sits atop Group F which also comprises Canada and the home team, the Dominican Republic.
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