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Kingston, Jamaica – The Cayman Islands let a two goal advantage slip and lose to Jamaica 5-3 on match day two of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under 17 Boys Group 1 qualifiers at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.

Cayman stunned their opponents and home supporters when they opened the scoring 5th minute through Leo Ebanks and then doubled the score two minutes later through Elijah Seymour (7th).

The Jamaicans responded in the 15th through Alex Marshall and then evened the score in the 18th. Cayman Captain Zachary Scott gave his side the advantage going into a break when he scored in the 25th.

In the second half, Jamaica lifted the pace and were rewarded with Marshall getting his second in the 62nd to level the score. Ajeanie Talbot gave the lead in the 75th before Marshall scored the clincher in the 92nd.

In the other match up Guadeloupe defeated U.S. Virgin Islands 5-0.

Cayman returns to the pitch against U.S. Virgin Islands on Wednesday.