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Friday, April 18, 2014
Wells and Huddersfield Draw Again

Wells Signing Autographs
Defender Bruno Saltor rescued a point for play-off chasing Brighton late on with his first goal of the season as they drew 1-1 with Nahki Wells and his Huddersfield Town teammates at the Johns Smith Stadium.

Trailing 1-0 to a resurgent Huddersfield, Spanish defender Saltor burst between two defenders in the box to fire home on 83 minutes.

The goal was set up by Lewis Dunk, who arguably should not have been on the field having earlier made two bad fouls.

Midfielder Oliver Norwood put Huddersfield, now without a win in 10 games, in front with an early rocket.

The Manchester United academy product drilled a free-kick low into the bottom right corner from 25-yards after just six minutes.

It came after Keith Andrews brought down Wells and is only the 18th goal Brighton have conceded away from home all season.

Norwood nearly repeated the trick from closer range on 61 minutes after Adam Clayton was brought down on the edge of the box.

Brighton's Dunk was lucky not be sent off for the foul on Clayton having been booked in the first half.

This time Norwood went for the top left corner, but Brighton keeper Tomasz Kuszczak parried and then a defender cleared.

The effort came in an intense spell of Huddersfield pressure in which Kuszczak, back after illness last week, twice saved Brighton.

He got down smartly to deny Adam Hammill on 60 minutes and then saved with his legs to keep out Sean Scannell.

Huddersfield had not won since thumping Barnsley 5-0 on March 1st and had lost their last three matches in a slump down the table.

The home side were denied a penalty on 22 minutes when Hammill robbed Saltor down the left, cut inside and was felled in the box.

Brighton, seeking a return to the top six, grew into the match and were twice denied an equalizer.

Paul Dixon made a last-ditch clearance to deny Dale Stephens after Leonardo Ulloa knocked down a free-kick.

Then Ulloa, Brighton's 15-goal leading scorer, had a bullet header from a Stephens corner on 26 minutes ruled out for a foul.

Stephens, who had already played against Huddersfield three times for Charlton this season, pulled the strings for Brighton.

He hit the roof of the net with a free-kick on 74 minutes and then took the corners which saw substitute Craig Mackail-Smith twice go close with headers.

There was a bizarre incident on 77 minutes in which Seagulls skipper Gordon Greer was booked for grappling with a Huddersfield coach.

The ball went out for a Brighton throw by the Town dugout, with the coach retrieving it and Greer going in to get it off him.

They came to blows on the touchline, with the Huddersfield man refusing to give Greer the ball and the defender trying to pull it out of his hands.

Both sides traded chances late on, with Wells and Scannell testing Kuszczak and Dunk seeing a header saved in stoppage time.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Brown Resigns From Devonshire Cougars

The Executive Committee of the Devonshire Recreation Club has received and accepted the resignation of Dennis Brown our Head Football Coach.

We appreciate his service for the past three years and wish him well in his future endeavors. The club will begin the formal process for the recruitment of a new technical director ‎immediately.

The Executive of the Devonshire Recreation Club also take this opportunity ‎to wish the Island a safe and blessed Easter Weekend.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Smith Scores in PS Kemi Kings Draw

Smith (Hidden) is Challenged for the Ball
Jonte Smith scored in the 26th minute as he and his PS Kemi Kings finished locked 1 – 1 with IFK Lulea.

Smith scored his 4th goal in four games took the chance calmly, but they could not keep Daniel Andersson’s shot out in the 86th minute.

Looking at the match IFK control the possession without creating the really dangerous chances needed to get more goals.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Corona League 2013-14 Awards Announced

Following the 2013-14 Corona League Season we can now announce the Awards.

League Awards:

League Champions: Tuff Dogs
League Runners Up: Robin Hood
Bistro Cup Champions: North Village Rams
Bistro Runners Up: Robin Hood

League Fair Play Award: Flanagan Onions

League Top Scorer: Rui Sebestiao - Vasco da Gama

Best defender - Aaron Brown - Tuff Dogs

League MVP - Shawn Simons - Tuff Dogs

League All Team

Goalkeeper - Cal Thomas - Tuff Dogs & Paul Fox - Robin Hood

Defenders: Matthew Hayward - West End United, Tristan Abend - Tuff Dogs, Brian Fubler - Robin Hood, Aaron Browne - Tuff Dogs

Midfield - Ralph Bean Jr – North Village Rams, Jaime Smith - Robin Hood, Jabber Tuzo Smith - Flanagan Onions, Jeff Franklin - Tuff Dogs, Shawn Simons - Tuff Dogs, Ricardo Madeiros- Vasco da Gama, Andrew Rahman - North Village Rams

Forwards: Aljame Zuill - North Village Rams, Lamaul Crofton- Tuff Dogs, Henry Santucci - West End United, Rohan Simons - Robin Hood, Rui Sebestiao – Vasco da Gama

Sunday, April 13, 2014
Masters & FA Challenge Cup Round Up

Gibbons scoring for the Stallions
Masters Knock Out Cup Final

St. George’s Stallions are the 2013-14 Masters Cup Champions

St. George’s Stallions 3 Young Men Social Club 1

A ball crossed into the box in the 28th minute was cut out by St. George’s Stallions goalkeeper Troy Hall, who dropped the ball and Young Men Social Club striker Shervin Jennings laid the ball off to Jahkio Bolin who scored from some ten yards out. Lionel Cann equalized for the St. George’s Stallions in the 35th minute, a ball from Sinclair Gibbons sent Cann running in one on one with the Young Men social Club goalkeeper Tiko Hassell and he slammed his shot into the back of the net.

The second half saw both teams slow the pace down, but it was the St. George’s Stallions that found the go ahead goal which came in the 73rd minute when Sinclair Gibbons used the outside of his left boot to score and then in the 88th minute Cann ended the game as a contest when he scored from just inside the box t make the final score St. George’s Stallions 3 Young Men Social Club 1.

Dandy Town Hornets are the 2013-14 FA Challenge Cup Champions

Dandy Town Hornets 1 North Village Rams 0

Trott Celebrating his goal
The game was 8 minutes old when the opening goal came, a free kick into the box was directed at goal which North Village Rams goalkeeper Mishael Paynter was able to get down low and palm away however it only managed to roll into the path of Rieko Trott who slotted the ball away from some six yards out. The North Village Rams created several chances to get back into the game during the half, but Jahron Dickinson squandered two chances from close range to get the equalizer as the two teams went to the break with the Dandy Town Hornets leading 1 – 0.

The second half saw North Village make two changes with Jahquan Smith- DeShields and Keishen Bean both coming on, Tyrell Burgess had a volley from some 25 yards out tipped over the crossbar by Dandy Town Hornets goalkeeper Treadwell Gibbons, minutes later Bean had a volley pushed around the post for a corner by Gibbons keeping the score at 1 – 0. With the North Village Rams pilling on the pressure early Dandy Town Hornets striker Angelo Simmons was able to catch them out at the back on a counter attack but his shot from inside the box went just wide.

The game changed in the 71st minute when a hard tackle from North Village Rams defender Jason Davis saw him and Zaire Burchall involved in a scuffle that resulted in both players sent off midway into the North Village half of the field. Dandy Town Hornets goalkeeper Gibbons races three-quarters the length of the field and put his hands in the face of a North Village Rams players and he was shown the red card, the Dandy Town Hornets were down to nine men and the North Village Rams had ten. The nine men Dandy Town Hornets with new goalkeeper Saki Tuzo was able to hold off everything the North Village Rams could throw at them to lift the Bermuda Football Association’s FA Challenge Cup Trophy.

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