Carlisle United's Hallam Hope helped Barbados to a 4-0 win against Saint Martin in their CONCACAF Nations League game.

The Blues forward played 74 minutes as the Tridents eased to victory.

Hope's start for Russell Latapy's side saw him resume an international career that had previously fallen into controversy.

His two-goal Bajan debut in a 2-2 draw with Guyana last year was struck off after FIFA ruled Hope had not received official authorisation to represent Barbados hvaing played for England at junior levels.

That permission has since been granted and Hope's outing last night was his first home appearance for Barbados.

They won at the Barbados Football Association (BFA) Wildey Turf at St Michael thanks to goals from Nick Blackman (two), Omani Leacock and Thierry Gale.

Hope was replaced by T'Shane Lord in the second half.

He could get another outing on Monday when Barbados go to the Cayman Islands.