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Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Countdown to Bermuda - Azorean Select

The Bermuda Men's National Select team will play a match against Sao Miguel Azorean Select on Saturday, May 25th at the National Sports Center as the road to the Gold Cup continues.

The Bermuda Football Association were invited to be a part of the 170th anniversary celebrations of the first arrival of Portuguese immigrants to the island by playing a match against the team from Sao Miguel. The match will kick off at 6:30 p.m. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the Bermuda Football Association Headquarters, Vasco Da Gama and Ptix.bm. Ticket Prices range from $75 to $25. Seniors and Children are $15

The team will be chosen from the following players which include some old faces and a few new ones:

Jahquil Hill
Jonte Smith
Liam Evans
Jaylon Bather
Quinaceo Hunt
Chikosi Basden
Donte Brangman
Tre Ming
Ernest Trott
Calon Minors
Osagi Bascome
Diego Richardson
Milan Butterfield
William White
Paul Douglas
Reggie Lambe
Jahkari Furbert
Tevahn Tyrell
Lejaun Simmons
Cecoy Robinson
Oliver Harvey
Justin Donawa
Daren Usher
Kilian Elkinson
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Bermuda Men's Futsal League Round Up

The Bermuda Futsal Federationís Menís Futsal League continued inside the Bermuda College Gymnasium, with a triple header produce 32 goals on the night.

ASFC Two 4 Living Legends 3

Game 1 saw ASFC Two started out dominating the first half with Legends only having 4 players. At the half, ASFC Two led 3 - 1. The second half saw just the opposite with Legends dominating play despite being a man down. Legends outscored ASFC Two 2 - 1, but came up short, with ASFC Two winning the game 4 - 3. Vernon Perenchief was most outstanding for ASFC Two scoring 1 goal and Living Legends Ian Coke their MVP.

Futsal Assassins 5 Underrated FC 5

Both teams were evenly matched, although the Futsal Assassins jumped out to an early lead and at the half were leading Underrated 3 Ė 1 at the break. The second half saw Underrated switch the script on Assassins and they scored 4 goals to Assassins' 2 goals. At the end of the game both teams were tied up at 5 goals each which was a fair result. Futsal Assassins' goal keeper Paul Tohill was MVP and Donavan Thompson was outstanding for Underrated FC scoring 5 goals.

RBR FC 3 Team Involved & Co. 12

The final game of the evening was a one sided affair with Team Involved leading RBR FC 8 - 1 at half time. RBR did a little better in the second half scoring 2 goals and limiting Team Involved to only 4 goals. However, the final score saw Team Involved win the game 12 - 3 over RBR FC. Jahquan Smith was MVP for Team Involved with Tre Iris outstanding for RBR FC.
Monday, May 20, 2019
Thompson Named Football Director at North Village Rams

The North Village Rams have announced that Kenny Thompson is now back at the club. Thompson has been named the clubs Football Director

Thompson via Social Media states, ďToday is a new day. A new feeling of excitement and anticipation. A new opportunity to be challenged, another opportunity to create. I look forward with confidence. Because I know who I am.Ē

Thompson held a similar position with North Village Community Club from 1997 - 2002, in which he was responsible for the restructure and upgrade of our entire football program, from the grassroots through to our senior Premier Team Football programs. We experienced a high level of success in all areas with Kenny and our team of coaches during his last tenure with North Village Community Club and we are looking forward to raising our levels of standards, development and competitiveness throughout.

We take this opportunity to thank Coach Randy Spence for the very courageous job during the 2018/2019 season as Head Coach, particularly under challenging conditions. He will be taking on the position of Assistant Coach during the 2019/2020 season. We would also like to thank our current Youth Technical Direction, Marlon Dill and youth coaching staff for the great work of strengthening our youth program last season. As a united team, they will be under the mentorship and direction of the new Director of Football for their continuous education and certification.

North Village Community Club welcomes Kenny Thompson back to the club and are looking forward to working with him for the upcoming seasons. We are excited and anxious to get started.

Itís with great pride and joy as I give thanks to the Executive and Management of the North Village Community Club for the opportunity to return as Football Director of the North Village Community Club.

This club have a special place for me having played my last full season here as a player during the 1989/1990 season before embarking on a coaching and management career. During that season, I felt the warmness of the North Village community that ensures our lifelong connection.

In 1997 I was appointed Football Director of North Village and held the position before transitioning to the role of Youth Director of the Bermuda Football Association in 2002. During that period, we developed and built a youth program that has since changed the landscape for youth football in Bermuda and led to a sustained period of dominance for the club in senior football soon after.

With much of the structure of that time still in place my return to North Village is aimed at enhancing a program that is organized, consistent and both challenging and fun for ambitious and recreational players alike. This enhancement of the program built on all of our personal improvements over the years has us seeing the program as Vision 2.0.

As was the case in 1997, while directing and managing the youth program, Iíll also be responsible for coaching the North Village Premier Division team as well, a role I am looking forward to with excitement to share experiences with the players as well as in mentoring my good friend Randy Spence whom I coached during the same role I previously held with North Village.

A major part of the program is to manage the coaching team at North Village which is designed to raise the standards of the technical instruction that the players receive which benefits the expectations and enjoyment of the coaches and, most importantly, all of the players of the program.

My discussions with the Executive and Management team of the North Village Community Club have been detailed and I am excited by the vision and ambition of everyone associated with the club and I am both proud and happy to join this great club with its great legacy of success on and off of the field.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Bermuda Footballers Round Up

Dante Leverock

Dante Leverock and his Sligo Rovers teammates drew 0 Ė 0 with Derry City in their SSE Airtricity Premier Division match.

Leverock was busy most of the night on both ends, as early as the sixth minute Leverock rose high from a Cawley cross, but the Derry goalkeeper Peter Cherrie made the save.

Nine minutes later, Leverock was back in the thick of things as he done really well to clear a corner with three Derry players looming.

Leverock time and time again was on hand to cut out Derry attacks as the two teams would eventually share the points.


Willie Clemons and his Bodens BK teammates fell hard 8 Ė 0 away from home against League Leaders Acropolis.

Bodens BK created a few chances during the match, of which Clemons had two. The first was a shot in good position that was blocked by a defender and then Clemons was in a good position but a Acropolis player was able to poke away the ball.


Zeiko Lewis and his Charleston Battery teammates were defeated by Indy Eleven 1 - 0 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Indy Eleven substitute Tyler Pasher would prove to be the difference as he would score the game winner for Indy in the 84th minute, two minutes later Lewis was introduced to the match, but he nor his teammates could find the equalizer in the remaining minutes of the match.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Bermuda Men's Futsal League Round Up

The Bermuda Futsal Federationís Menís Futsal League continued inside the Bermuda College Gymnasium, with a triple header produce 37 goals on the night.

Two Touch 4 Footy Kings 3

Spectators were treated to the most exciting game of the league so far as both teams had outstanding performances by their goalkeepers to keep the scores low.

Shot after shot was incredibly saved and at the half, Two Touch led Footy Kings 2 Ė 1 at the break. The second half was more of the same with both teams scoring only 2 goals each, with Two Touch winning 4 - 3. Two Touch would score their last and winning goal with the last second kick of the game. Goalkeeper Fabio Madeiros was MVP for Two Touch and goalkeeper Nigel Burgess was MVP for Footy Kings.

Atletico CP 9 Devonshire Colts 7

Atletico jumped out to an early lead, but Devonshire Colt's determination kept them in the game and at half time Atletico led 5 - 4. Both teams had plenty of scoring opportunities in the second half with Atletico scoring 4 more goals to Devonshie Colts 3 to win the game 9 - 7. Eusebio Blankendal was outstanding for Atletico CP scoring 3 goals with Jehkelyo Burgess outstanding for Devonshire Colts, also scoring 3 goals.

ASFC One 8 Footy Force 6

In another close game, both teams were unable to dominate each other in the first half and it ended with ASFC One leading 4 - 2. The second half was more of the same with ASFC One able to take control of the game scoring 4 goals to Footy Force's 4. Leo Burgess was MVP for ASFC One, with 2 goals and Footy Force's Nizigh Spence was their MVP scoring 3 goals.
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