Great Britain entered their late morning tilt with Bermuda after splitting their opening two matches; each decided by one goal, while Bermuda is coming off two opening game victories.
After trading two opening period goals; Chris Morrison for GBR and Worthington-Wright for Bermuda, GBR took control of the possession in the second and started to pin Bermuda in their own zone. This included a couple of penalties late in the second period to Bermuda but it wasn’t until they expired that GBR broke through and Tom Cook with the go-ahead goal. Less than 3 minutes later it was Chris Morrison with his second, who put GBR ahead by two with arguably the most unique goal of the tournament thus far; when the ball deflected back off the end glass from a shot by Joe Cooke from nearly center ice and he calmly tapped into the back of the open cage and past the unsuspecting Bermudan keeper, Marchetti.
Penalty trouble continued to plague Bermuda early in the 3rd. After a slashing penalty GBR went ahead by three after Adamec corralled the ball after a shot and had virtually an open cage to deposit the ball into. Chris Morrison completed the hat-trick after a nice shot from the right circle soon after. Jeremy Estey came right back for Bermuda and scored on a screen shot from the left circle to make it 5-2. Bermuda built off the spark from Estey and immediately put a lot of pressure on the GBR who had seemed to put the game on cruise control, but Marchetti was up to the task. A late goal by Chris Merritt cut the lead to 2, and that would be the final tally of the game.