Bermuda started Day Two of the Fireminds Rugby Americas North Sevens 2021 match in Turks and Caicos picking up where they left off on the opening day, defeating the British Virgin Islands 41 – 0.
In only the second minute Bermuda took the lead when Rory O'Kelly-Lynch raced through the British Virgin Islands defense to score, Dan Cole, unfortunately, missed the Conversion.
Just two minutes later Jamie Baum went over for a Try, and when Cole connected for the Conversion, Bermuda would lead 12 – 0.
Soon after it would be 17 – 0, when Cole went over for a Try, he added the Conversion to extend Bermuda’s lead to 19 – 0.
One minute into the second half O'Kelly-Lynch scored his second try of the game to make it 24 – 0, the Conversion was missed.
The Bermuda scoring continued as Mikey Dill went over to make it 29 – 0, Baum would once again go over to extend the Bermuda lead to 34 – 0, Cole’s Conversion attempt went wide.
With time running out Cameron De Ste Croix would score a Try and he added the Conversion to make the final score 41 – 0.
Bermuda went down to Mexico 12 – 5 in their second match of the day.
Mikey Dill would give Bermuda the lead when he went over in the first minute, Mexico lost the ball deep in their half of the field, and Bermuda capitalized on the error and Dill went over in the corner.
Bermuda took that lead to the break.
Five minutes into the second half, Mexico got on the board going over under the post, and with the Conversion they would lead 7 – 5. Less than a minute later Mexico would score another Try to extend their lead to 12 – 5.
Bermuda would face Barbados in the Bronze Medal game and they would go down 17 – 12 in Double Over-Time.
On the stroke of the first half, Bermuda took the lead, after a strong run from Mikey Kelly, saw an off-load that ended up in the hands of Jamie Baum who went over for the Try, the Conversion attempt was missed as Bermuda led 5 – 0 t the break.
Barbados would eventually break through the Bermuda defense to score under the post, but the Conversion was missed.
Right from the kick-off, Bermuda would take the lead again, as a brilliant run from Stephan Smith saw him off-load to Mikey Dill, and he would score under the post as Bermuda led 12 – 5 with very little time remaining on the clock.
Just as Bermuda did, Barbados would score from the kick-off, and with the Conversion, the match would need Over-Time.
Alex Brown came close to giving Bermuda the win in the first minute, but he dropped the ball before he was able to put it down for a Try, then Bermuda would be denied a Try at the end of the first Over-Time period when the referee ruled the ball was held up.
With both teams struggling, Barbados was able to get the all-important Try to win the game.