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Sunday, September 23, 2018
Premier & First Division Round Up
PREMIER DIVISION

North Village Rams 2 X-Road’s 3


At the Bernard Park, visiting X-Road’s defeated the North Village Rams 3 – 2, X-Road’s got two goals from Donavan Thompson and a single strike from Jahron Dickinson, while Tahmi Williams and Keith Jennings scored a goal each for the North Village Rams.

FIRST DIVISION

Hamilton Parish 0 St. George’s Colts 0


At the Wellington Oval, Hamilton Parish and the St. George’s Colts played to a 0 – 0 draw.

Somerset Eagles 4 Ireland Rangers 1

At the White Hill Field, the Somerset Eagles got goals from Dane Simmons, Leo Burgess, Marcus Iris-Simmons and Ethan Fubler as they defeated the visitors Ireland Rangers 4 – 1. Daunte Woods scored the lone goal for the visitors.

Vasco 0 Wolves 0

At the Bernard Park, Vasco and Wolves played to a scoreless draw.

Flanagan’s Onions 2 Young Men Social Club 2

The Flanagan’s Onions and Young Men Social Club played to a 2 – 2 draw at the BAA Field. Chejon Berkeley and Mark Field scored a goal each for the Flanagan’s Onions, while Jahmir Lewis Trott and Angelo Matthews scored a goal each for Young Men Social Club.
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Premier & First Division Round Up

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PREMIER DIVISION

Paget Lions 1 Dandy Town Hornets 4


The Dandy Town Hornets travelled to the Southampton Oval to face the Paget Lions. The Dandy Town Hornets would come away with a 4 – 1 victory, the would get two goals each from Kwonde Lathan and Angelo Simmons, while Akale Bean scored the lone goal for the Paget Lions.

BAA 6 Boulevard Blazers 1

BAA picked up their first win in the Premier Division with this 6 – 1 win over the Boulevard Blazers. Keishen Bean would lead the way with a hat-trick, with Drewonde Bascome adding two goals and Ian Simmons scored the other, Ernest Trott scored the lone goal for the Boulevard Blazers.

FIRST DIVISION

Southampton Rangers 2 St. David’s 0


The Southampton Rangers would get two early goals to defeat St. David’s 2 – 0. Cardel Henry opened the scoring in the 11th minute, and then Ezekiel Stoneham converted from the penalty spot in the 20th minute.

Thursday, September 20, 2018
BFA Hand Out Fines to Clubs with Unlicensed Coaches
The Bermuda Football Association Season is well underway with the playing of the Charity Cup match, Dudley Eve, Premier and First Division matches all taking place. www.islandstats.com has been following this story closely and we have finally received the sanction handed down by the Bermuda Football Association.

With the rules in place that states, in order to be able coach in the Senior Division, coaches must have a B License from the Bermuda Football Association and the deadline to obtain the license was August 31st.

Wade while addressing the question of Fines or Points Reduction said, “We have decided at this time to hand out fines, we will be discussing with the clubs next week Thursday at the Semi-Annual General Meeting more about it.”

“We will decide during that meeting if we are going to name the offending Clubs,” concluded Wade.

 
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Dudley Eve Final Group Stage Round Up
GROUP B

Devonshire Cougars 0 Robin Hood 7


These two teams met on Saturday night at the same venue and many would have thought that the match could have the same result, however Robin Hood had a different agenda as they ran away 7 – 0 winners.

Jaylon Bather got things rolling in the 19th minute, in the 30th minute the lead was doubled when Casey Castle scored, Shakir Smith was score in the 42nd minute as the teams went to the break with the score 3 – 0.

Robin Hood would move to 4 – 0 in the 60th minute when Smith headed in from close range, in the 73rd minute Robin Hood would get a 5th, Antwan Russell was standing all alone on the edge of the Devonshire Cougars box, when his goalkeeper Dale Eve took a goal kick, the ball was not touched before getting to Russell who was all alone and he turned and slammed the ball into the back of the net with some Devonshire Cougars players appealing for offside.

Unfortunately Russell’s night would come to an end within the next three minutes, firstly he received the yellow card for his goal celebration removing his jersey and two minutes later he receive his second yellow card when he deliberately handed the ball, even with ten men Robin Hood would score twice more, Christopher Ricca scored in the 82nd minute and Tomiko Goater scored in the 86th minute.

Robin Hood finished on top of the Group with two wins, while the Somerset Trojans who have 3 points is second and Devonshire Cougars finished the group in 3rd place.

GROUP A

PHC Zebras 2 North Village Rams 1


The PHC Zebras came from behind to defeat the North Village Rams 2 – 1 to win Group A undefeated.

After a scoreless first half, Pierre Smith would give the North Village Rams the lead in the 72nd minute, but ten minutes later the score was level at 1 – 1 when Marco Warren converted from the penalty spot.

The winner would come in stoppage time as another penalty converted by Warren earned the PHC Zebras they finished on top of the group, with the North Village Rams second and the Dandy Town Hornets finished third.

 
 
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Wells & QPR Continue To Climb Up the Standings

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Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers (QPR) teammates fine form continued with a comfortable 2-0 victory over Millwall at Loftus Road.

Two quick first-half goals from Massimo Luongo and Eberechi Eze was enough to give QPR a convincing victory.

The win lifts Rangers up to 16th in the Championship and means they have picked up 10 points from a possible 12 in the last four matches.

Steve McClaren opted to make one change for the London derby. Geoff Cameron came in for his full debut and replaced the fasting Tomer Hemed who dropped to the bench.

Saturday’s match-winner Eberechi Eze was deployed in a more central role, playing just off Nakhi Wells, who has added the extra spark for Queens Park Rangers.

In the 28th minute patient QPR build up saw a good opportunity created for Jordan Cousins. After a nice spell of possession Wells unlocked the defence with a cute through ball and Cousins drew a good save from Amos. The resulting corner would give the R’s a deserved lead!

Freeman’s clever cut back saw Wells in space and the loanee’s deflected shot fell into the path of Luongo who headed past Ben Amos from close range to put McClaren’s side one up.

Two minutes later it was 2-0 and QPR were cruising! Wells won the ball in midfield and drove forward putting in a cross that was headed away but Bidwell did well to keep the move alive. He found Eze and the former Millwall man’s deflected left-footed volley bounced over Amos and gave him his third goal of the season. Loftus Road was buzzing!
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