Dante Leverock and his Harrisburg City Islanders teammates went down 4-0 on the road to Louisville City FC to move to seventh in the United Soccer League Eastern Conference standings with a 10-4-4 record.
Louisville City secured the second playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with the win and improved to 14-5-6. They join the Rochester Rhinos as the two Eastern teams to officially earn playoff berths.
Matt Fondy scored a hat trick in the first half to bring his total to a USL season record of 21 goals. Ilija Ilic scored the last goal for Louisville in the final minutes of play.
Thursday, September 03, 2015
FIFA & CONCACAF Rankings Released
Although the Bermuda Football Association have yet to confirm via a Press Release that the Bermuda Women’s Under 17 National Football Team have advanced to the next round of the Under 17 World Cup Qualifiers, (Something www.islandstats.com has already reported), we can confirm that Bermuda is currently ranked 129th in the latest FIFA Rankings and 19 in the CONCACAF Region.
FIFA and CONCACAF have released their rankings for the Men and Bermuda fell one spot from the last release, Bermuda have 220 FIFA Points, however over the next year unless games are somehow played Bermuda will find themselves once again in the bottom end of the Ranking.
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
Lambe Watches Mansfield Go Down
Izale McLeod's first goal for the club set Notts County on their way to a 3-1 victory against neighbors Mansfield in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy.
Reggie Lambe was an unused substitute for Mansfield.
In a repeat of last season's first-round tie, which Notts County won en route to reaching the northern section Semi-Finals, Ricardo Moniz's men gained some revenge for their 2-0 league loss to Mansfield at Meadow Lane last month.
McLeod, who arrived from Crawley for a six-figure fee 10 days ago, opened his account shortly after half-time before goals from substitute Mike Edwards and Jon Stead ensured that Notts would progress.
Former Notts County Craig Westcarr netted a consolation goal for Mansfield from the penalty spot in injury time.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Parfitt-Williams & West Ham Go Down
A dominant Arsenal ran Djair Parfitt-Williams and his West Ham United Development Squad teammates ragged at the Emirates.
Parfitt-Williams was seeing action for the first time in three weeks as he recovered from an injury, however he only played the first half.
The Development Squad started well yet two goals in the 15th minute made a difficult task near on impossible. Try as they did, Arsenal proved too silky and exploited their home advantage to the full.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Emery Memorial Tournament Round Up
Robin Hood are the North Village Community Club Charlie Emery Memorial Tournament Champions for 2015.
Robin Hood got single goals from Tre Dill, Antwan Russell and Shannon Burchall in their 3 – 2 win over the North Village Rams, Jason Lee scored from the penalty spot and Keston Lewis scored the other goal for the host.
In the opening match the Devonshire Colts defeated Hamilton Parish 5 – 3.