Bermuda Starting Lineup: Quinacoe Hunt, Casey Castle (Tyrell Burgess, Daren Usher), Roger Lee, Jaylon Bather, Tre Ming, Donte Brangman, Zeiko Lewis (Osagi Bascome), Willie Clemons (Ian Coke), Dante Leverock, Marco Warren (Mazhye Burchall), Reggie Lambe - Barbados Starting Lineup: Jason Boxill, Shane Codrington, Ranaldo Bailey, Mario Williams, Mario Harte, Hadan Holligan, Zeco Edmee, Raheim Sergeant, Jomo Harris, Ricardo Morris, Rashad Jules
Bermuda created an early chance with a Reggie Lambe strike coming back off the upright before the ball was cleared out for a corner, minutes later Bermuda took a 1-0 lead through a Willie Clemons header in the 8th minute.
Clemons almost had his second for the night but a defender cleared his shot from inside the six yard box off the line.
Jaylon Bather doubled the Bermuda lead when he scored from close range in the 19th minute.
Bermuda would take that 2 - 0 lead to the break.
During the halftime interval the Bermuda Under 17 Women’s National team were presented medals on their achievement of qualifying for the CONCACAF Under 17 Women’s Finals that will be played in Nicaragua in April 2018.
Barbados enjoyed the early pressure in the second half and they were rewarded with a goal in the 59th minutes with a goal from Zeco Edmee who shot from the edge of the box found the back of the net beating Quinacoe Hunt to his right.
Bermuda looked to be heading for a win, but Barbados scored two goals in two minutes to take a 3-2 lead.
In the 88th Dishon Howell who had only entered the game minutes earlier capitalized on a mistake by the Bermuda goalkeeper, a back pass saw Hunt miss control and the ball bounced to far away from him allowing Howell to score into an empty net.
With the Bermuda fans still digesting what they just witnessed Howell scored again, he beat his defender inside the box and scored past an advancing Bermuda goalkeeper to earn Barbados the come from behind win.