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Wednesday, December 07, 2016
Troy Douglas Joins Ajax Coaching Staff

www.islandstats.com can reveal that former Bermuda National Athletic Association Head Coach Troy Douglas is now working with Ajax Football Club in the Netherlands.

Ajax have added Douglas to their coaching staff, according to Head of Youth Training SaÔd Ouaali.

The top sprinter of the past will focus on training, says Ouaali.

"His specialty will be translated into training with ball, sprinting over the first few meters and turn and turn. In the past, he has trained with Edgar Davids and Klaas Jan Huntelaar has some experience with football, working with players and providing training. That combined with his elite institution is the reason that we get to work with him. Both collectively and individually Douglas has been brought onboard to get the players to do better."

Tuesday, December 06, 2016
Bermuda to Host Canada in International Friendly

The Bermuda Football Association (BFA) is pleased to announce that the Gombey Warriors will take on the Canada Menís National Team at the National Sports Center on Sunday, January 22nd, 2017. Coach Andrew Bascome will again lead the team in this International Friendly match.

This match is being organized to reaffirm our presence in the international arena, in particular, within our CONCACAF region, continue to build on the strategic aims and objectives as it relates to our National Teams programming and brings together aspiring national team players as the Association builds toward the next cycle of FIFA World Cup and CFU Caribbean Cup Qualifying tournaments.

Details on ticket sales for the match will be released shortly. We ask that everyone come out to support the team and the match and cheer on your Gombey Warriors!

The Canadian Soccer Association says the national team will gather Jan. 10 for a two-week camp starting in the U.S. before heading to Bermuda. The roster, drawn mainly from North American-based players, will be announced in early January, with 18 players travelling to Bermuda.

"The international match will come at the back end of our extended January camp," interim head coach Michael Findlay said in a statement. "We wanted to arrange a game that was close in vicinity and also gave us a good step from which to start of the season."

Canada, ranked No. 118th, in the world, is 4-0-4 all-time against No. 187 Bermuda, winning 3-0 the last time they met in March 2007.
Monday, December 05, 2016
Bermuda Football League Stats & Standings

Shayne Hollis Leading Goalscorer
A total of 44 goals were scored in nine combined Premier and First Division matches over the weekend, with the biggest winning margin coming in the First Division as the St. George's Colts defeated Ireland Rangers 9 - 0.


The PHC Zebras are the League Leaders, with 20 points, while the Robin Hood are tied with the North Village Rams with 17 points, Robin Hood have a better goal difference of plus 10, while North Village are plus 8.

Shayne Hollis from the North Village Rams remains the League Leading goalscorer with 11, while Ian Coke from the Boulevard Blazers is in second with 10 goals, Angelo Simmons from the Dandy Town Hornets has 9 goals, while Cecoy Robinson from the PHC Zebras has 6 goals. Antwan Russell from Robin Hood, Jonathan Bean from the Somerset Trojans and Kyle Jones from the Devonshire Colts all have 5 goals on the season.

Premier Division Standings

20 PHC Zebras

17 Robin Hood
17 North Village Rams
16 Devonshire Cougars
11 Boulevard Blazers
10 Somerset Trojans
06 Somerset Eagles
05 Flanagan's Onions
04 Dandy Town Hornets
04 Devonshire Colts

Premier Division Leading Goalscorers

11 Shayne Hollis - North Village Rams

10 Ian Coke - Boulevard Blazers
09 Angelo Simmons - Dandy Town Hornets
06 Cecoy Robinson - PHC Zebras
05 Antwan Russell - Robin Hood
05 Kyle Jones - Devonshire Colts
05 Jonathan Bean - Somerset Trojans
03 Tre Ming - PHC Zebras
03 Keishon Bean - PHC Zebras


Young Men Social Club are still yet to taste defeat in the league as they have 20 points from eight games, X-Roadís hold the second place spot with 16 points from seven games, while St. Davidís are in third on goal difference over the Southampton Rangers both have 13 points. Jahkari Furbert from BAA has taken the lead in the goalscoring department with 7 goals, James Pace from St. Davidís, Clay Darrell from Young Men Social Club, Tyrell Burgess from BAA and Donovan Thompson from St. Georgeís Colts have all have found the back of the net 6 times.
Jahkari Furbert shooting

First Division League Standings

20 Young Men Social Club

16 X-Road's
13 St. David's
13 Southampton Rangers
11 St. George's Colts
11 BAA
11 Paget Lions
08 Wolves
06 Hamilton Parish
00 Ireland Rangers

First Division Leading Goalscorers

7 Jahkari Furbert - BAA

6 James Pace - St. David's
6 Clay Darrell - Young Men Social Club
6 Tyrell Burgess - BAA
6 Donovon Thompson - St. George's Colts
5 Keedai Astwood - Southampton Rangers
5 Kontaicf Burton - St. David's
5 Jahron Dickinson - St. George's Colts

Click Here to see the Current Bermuda Football Premier & First Division Standings and Leading Goalscorers
Sunday, December 04, 2016
First & Premier Division Round Up


Paget Lions 5 Hamilton Parish 0

At the Southampton Oval, the Paget lions came away with a 5 - 0 win over visiting Hamilton Parish. Jahniya Richardson gave Paget the lead in the 10th minute, that lead was doubled 20 minutes later when Jenson Rogers scored, Dion Stovell made it 3 - 0 in the 38th minute. In the 83rd minute Y-Ron Astwood found the back of the net to make it 4 - 0 and then Marco Piper closed out the scoring two minutes later.

X-Roadís - Wolves - Postponed

This match at the Garrison Field did not get started as only one junior match officials showed.

St. Georgeís Colts 9 Ireland Rangers 0

At the Wellington Oval the St. Georgeís Colts got two goals from Jarazhino Bassett and Jahron Dickinson as they defeated Ireland Rangers 9 - 0. Donovan Thompson, Jahkai Brangman, Kyle Denbroke a penalty from Allan Douglas and an own goal added to the scoreline.

Young Men Social Club 1 St. Davidís 1

At the PHC Stadium, for the second week in a row the league leaders Young Men Social Club were held to a 1 - 1 draw. Young Men Social Club took a 1 - 0 lead in the 20th minute when Nique Armstrong scored, but St. Davidís drew level in the 52nd minute when Kontaicf Burton scored, neither team could beat the opposing goalkeeper for the remainder of the game as they shared the points.

BAA 4 Southampton Rangers 1

At the BAA Field, the home team got goals from LaQuan Thomas, Jahkari Furbert, Tyrell Burgess and Shamari Sanders, while Davion Roberts scored the lone goal for the Southampton Rangers.


PHC Zebras 2 North Village Rams 2

The PHC Zebras and the North Village Rams played to a 2 - 2 draw at the PHC Stadium. The PHC Zebras got goals from Cecoy Robinson and Tristan Hall, while Keishen Bean scored both goals for the North Village Rams.

Boulevard Blazers 1 Devonshire Cougars 2

At the Police Field, the Devonshire Cougars continue the march up the standings picking up a 2 - 1 win over the Boulevard Blazers. Mikkiel Thomas gave the visiting Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 18th minute, Ian Coke would equalize for the Boulevard Blazers in the 51st minute, the Devonshire Cougars would go back in front with what proved to be the winner when Machi Battersbee scored in the 68th minute.

Somerset Eagles 0 Robin Hood 4

At the White Hill Field, the visiting Robin Hood defeated the home team Somerset Eagles 4 - 0. Robin Hood got a goal each from Donte Brangman, Shakir Smith, Lejuan Simmons and Dante Taylor.
Saturday, December 03, 2016
Bermuda Football Premier Division Round Up
Flanaganís Onions 1 Dandy Town Hornets 5

The Premier Division defending champions Dandy Town Hornets picked up their win of the season following their 5 - 1 win over the Flanaganís Onions.

Following their 6 - 4 loss to the Devonshire Colts last weekend, the Dandy Town Hornets commanded all parts of the game.

Angelo Simons scored four times for the Dandy Town Hornets, while Korvon Tucker added the other, with Keston Lewis scoring the lone goal for the Flanaganís Onions.
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