International experience for Taryn

Footballer Taryn Selway-Joseph played for Antigua & Barbuda in his first internatinoal tournament.

PRIORY School pupil Taryn Selway-Joseph enjoyed his experience in his first international football tournament.

Playing for Antigua & Barbuda in the Concacaf Under-17 tournament, Taryn had to get used to temperatures of over 30 degrees every day.

The 15-year-old played two 20-minute spells in games against Guyana and Barbados and came close to scoring in both games.

After a two-week break, he is now back playing for Bristol City Under-16s. Taryn scored in a 4-1 victory over Swansea and again in a 3-0 success over Plymouth.


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