DORSET coach Dan Neville’s first taste of World Cup qualifier management ended with two defeats.

Neville, head of Champion Sports, has taken temporary charge of the British Virgin Islands for their Qatar 2022 qualifying campaign.

On paper, the world’s 208th-ranked side always looked up against it and so it proved as they fell to successive 3-0 losses in Curaçao.

Guatemala first beat Neville’s men as Darwin Lom and Moises Hernandez fired the Central American side into a 2-0 lead.

Robin Betancourth scored a third before Poole and BVI man Charlie Medway saw red in the 88th minute.

Three days later, St Vincent & the Grenadines repeated the scoreline as Oalex Anderson and Zidane Sam netted inside 20 minutes.

Azinho Solomon made the points safe with four minutes to go as the British Virgin Islands were consigned to last place in CONCACAF Group C, behind Curaçao and Guatemala – both winning twice.

Neville’s squad, which contained four players from Dorset, next face Cuba and Curaçao in early June.