Yeovil Town winger Rhys Browne gained his tenth cap for his country late last night. Playing in a CONCACAF Qualifying match against Martinique, the 23 year old started for his country in his only game of the international break. At present there's no information on substitutions from that game, meaning it's not possible to determine if Browne stayed on the pitch for the full 90 minutes.
Unfortunately for Browne, the Benna Boys suffered a bit of a horror show - conceding four goals before half time with only Ebbsfleet United striker Myles Weston providing a positive note. During the second period, Antigua managed to weather the storm, and got a late consolation goal through Charleston Battery defender Quinton Griffith to end the game with a 4-2 defeat.
As with all of Yeovil Town's players, they should now get a breather from international duty - the next formally scheduled international weekend is scheduled for late March, with the club's trip to Milton Keynes Dons that weekend at stake, if they get three or more call-ups during that weekend.
Full Time: Martinique 4 Antigua and Barbuda 2.
Scorers: Stephane Abaul (12 mins, 1-0), Myles Weston (17 mins, 1-1), Sebastien Cretinoir (22 mins, 2-1), Christophe Jougon (25 mins, 3-1), Kevin Parsemain (43 mins, 4-1), Quinton Griffith (90 mins, 4-2)
Antigua and Barbuda:
18. Molvin James 2. Courtney Wildin 5. Daniel Bowry 6. Zaine Francis-Angol 8. Rhys Browne 9. Myles Weston 11. Quinton Griffith 16. Peter Byers 17. Mahlon Romeo 22. Eugine Kirwan 23. Joushua Parker (Capt)
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