At the Police Field, Young Men Social Club hung on to defeat a nine-man St. David’s team 2 – 1.
St. David’s had Kurtis Minors sent off in the 25th minute, picking up his second yellow card, Ryan Parris then gave Young Men Social Club the lead in the 39th minute, before things could settle down again it was 2 – 0 one minute later when K’Tori Butterfield scored a header.
St. David’s were able to pull a goal back in the 70th minute when a re-taken penalty was put away by Cody Richardson, St. David’s was then reduced to nine men in the 82nd minute when Shia Cann received his second yellow card.
Hamilton Parish 0 Ireland Rangers 0 - Postponed
The Bermuda Football Association announced the match between Hamilton Parish and Ireland Rangers has been postponed. The rescheduled date of the match will be circulated in due course.
Devonshire Colts 2 Southampton Rangers 3
At the Police Field, the Southampton Rangers edged the Devonshire Colts 3 – 2. Chermarl Henry gave Devonshire Colts the lead in the 3rd minute when he converted from the penalty spot, Quadir Maynard equalized for the Southampton Rangers in the 27th minute. Damon Ming then gave the Southampton Rangers the lead in the 29th minute, only for Henry to convert a second penalty on the stroke of halftime.
Dion Stovell found the back of the net for the Southampton Rangers in the 64th minute and it proved to be the winner.
X-Road’s 0 PHC Zebras 4
At the Garrison Field, the PHC Zebras defeated X-Road’s 4 – 0. Diondre Dowling gave the PHC Zebras the lead in the 13th minute, Keishon Bean doubled the lead in the 62nd minute.
Bean would add his second and his team’s third in the 79th minute, and then Bean would complete his hat-trick with another goal in the 90th minute.
Dandy Town Hornets 5 Somerset Eagles 0
At the BAA Field, the Dandy Town Hornets defeated the Somerset Eagles 5 – 0. The Dandy Town Hornets took a 2 – 0 lead into the break with an own goal and a Cecoy Robinson goal. In the second half, the Dandy Town Hornets got goals from Jahtino Richardson-Martins and a single strike from Angelo Simmons.
Devonshire Cougars 2 Somerset Trojans 2
At the Devonshire Recreation Club, the Devonshire Cougars and the Somerset Trojans ended in a 2 – 2 draw. Drewonde Bascome gave the Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 33rd minute, but Jonathan Bean equalized for the Somerset Trojans in the 63rd minute, Trevin Ming gave the Somerset Trojans the lead in the 72nd minute only to have Zekiro White equalize for the Devonshire Cougars in the 90th minute.
Sunday, October 25, 2020
Bermuda's European Footballers Round-Up
Aaliyah Nolan Celebrates with Teammates
Aaliyah Nolan and her Leeds Women’s teammates advanced in the Vitality FA Cup after defeating fellow Division One North side Stockport County.
Second-half strikes from Holly Findlay and Olivia Smart secured Leeds’ place in the third qualifying round, where they travel to Barnsley.
Willie Clemons and his Dalkurd teammates secured a 1 – 0 win over AFC Eskistuna in the Swedish Superettan Football League.
The lone goal of this game came in the 70th minute when Arian Kabashi scored for Dalkurd.
Keuana Dill and her Norwich City Women’s Football Club teammates picked up a 3 – 2 win over Wimbledon.
Down 2 – 0 at the half, City pulled 1 back in the 66th minute through Dill after a good team move ended with Dill chipping the goalkeeper. Norwich City would get two more goals to secure the comeback win.
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Bermuda's English Footballers Round-Up
Nahki Wells Scoring a Penalty
Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammate’s played to a 1 – 1 draw with Swansea City.
After a scoreless first half Swansea City took the lead in the 51st minute when Jamal Lowe scored, Wells entered the match in the 78th minute, Wells powers a penalty kick in the 84th minute it down the middle to level the score.
Milan Butterfield and his Chesterfield teammates took to the road to face Stockport in their Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round match.
Stockport took the lead in the 58th minute, Captain Liam Hogan was on hand to stab the ball home from close range.
Butterfield would equalize for Chesterfield in the 86th minute when a header down in the box saw Butterfield poke the ball home. With no further goals, the match would be decided from Kicks from the Penalty Mark.
Both teams would miss a penalty in the first of five sending it to sudden death, both teams scored their first two before Stockport missed their third, and Butterfield stepped up and scored sending Chesterfield through to Emirates FA Cup First Round.
Knory Scott was an unused substitute as his Hastings United teammates picked up a 1 - 0 win over Sevenoaks Town.
Hastings took the lead in the 61st minute when Ryan Worrall scored, Worrall picked up the ball in the midfield, took one touch, and blasted a shot into the top corner from 25 yards out.
J’NAI BUTTERFIELD STEEDE
J'Nai Butterfield-Steede and his Kendal Town Football Club wen down 3-2 to Runcorn Linnets.
Christopher Humphrey gave Kendal Town the lead in the 6th minute, but in the 31st minute Runcorn Linnets drew level with a goal from Ryan Brooke.
Charlie Birch put Kendal Town back in from in the 55th minute, only to have Runcorn equalize again this time in the 62nd minute when Alex Downes scored.
Runcorn Linnets took the lead in the73rd minute and the Iwan Murray goal proved to be the winner.
Kole Hall was an unused substitute as his Radcliffe Football Club teammates took on Gainsborough Trinity.
Luca Navarro played a great ball to Andy Owens who headed home to give Radcliffe the lead in the 17th minute, but eleven minutes later Radcliffe were reduced to 10 men as Raheem Hanley was sent off.
Gainsborough Trinity drew level in the 41st minute as Simon Ainge scored after a driven corner into the box. Radcliffe was down to nine men when Tyler Hamilton was shown a red card, but despite the double setback, Radcliffe would get the winner in the 71st minute when Ownes found the back of the net for the second time in the match.
Ayleal Dill was an unused substitute as his Ilkeston teammates took to the field in their Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round match against Hartlepool United at the New Manor Ground and went down 6 - 0.
Justin Donawa was an unused substitute as his Darlington teammates defeated Cambridge City Football Club 2 – 0 in their Emirates FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round, both teams went into the game looking to enter the FA Cup Draw.
Darlington took the lead in the 9th minute when Luke Charman scored,Charman doubled the lead in the 24th minute, similar to his first goal but this time on his left foot.
D'Andre Wainwright and his Billingham Synthonia teammates took on Jarrow in their EBAC Northern League Division 2 match at the Norton Sports Complex.
Billingham Synthonia took the lead in the 26th minute when Kurtis Howes converted from the spot. The lead was doubled in the 34th minute when Ben Bielby scored.
Gary Shaw scored his first Jarrow goal in the 64th minute, but they could not find the equalizer as Billingham Synthonia picked up the 2 – 1 win.
Dante Leverock gave Robin Hood the lead in the 24th minute, a corner was not cleared and Leverock was on hand to blast a shot into the roof of the net. Justin Bell doubled the Robin Hood lead in the 29th minute, a mistake in the St. George’s Colts defense allowed Robin Hood to win the ball and Chae Brangman’s pass found Bell who scored from close range. Brangman would get himself on the scoresheet in the 76th minute when he converted from the penalty spot to earn the three points.
Flanagan’s Onions 4 Wolves 4
It was an eight-goal thriller with 3 goals in stoppage time as the Flanagan’s Onions and Wolves played to a 4 – 4 draw.
Kyle Brangman gave Wolves the led in the 7th minute, but Flanagan’s Onions leveled the score in the 15th minute when Akim Johnston scored. The Flanagan’s Onions went ahead in the 31st minute when Ed Gyde found the back of the net. But Wolves drew level in the 42nd minute when Mackih McGowan scored.
Shaki Swan scored for the Flanagan’s Onions in the 50th minute, but in the 3rd minute of stoppage time the game came to life, Wolves drew level with a goal from Tamauri Tucker, one minute later they took the lead when McGowan added his second goal of the game, however one minute later Flanagan’s Onion leveled the match when Johnston converted from the penalty spot.
Friday, October 23, 2020
Trott Named in West Ham United 2020/21 Premier League Squad
Nathan Trott has been named into the West Ham United team, this after they announced their full twenty-five man squad for the rest of the 2020/21 Premier League season.
There are a couple of surprise inclusions to the squad. West Ham Academy players Trott and Nathan Holland have made the squad. It would have been expected that the youngsters would have been sent out on loan to gain more experience.
One of the reasons they may have been named is due to the culling of the Hammers squad over the summer. As many as nine players have left the club since July. Carlos Sanchez, Pablo Zabaleta, Jeremy Ngakia, Albian Ajeti, Jordan Hugill, Sead Hakšabanović, Josh Cullen, Jack Wilshere, and Felipe Anderson have all left the club. Anderson has only left on loan, but will not be seen in claret and blue for the rest of the season.
The club did sign a few players during the summer in an attempt to strengthen the team. Tomas Soucek was signed permanently, and Ossama Ashley, Vladimir Coufal, and Said Benrahma joined the Czech at the club. Ashely, however, has been placed in the development squad.