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Saturday, April 22, 2017
Coke & Simons are BFA 2016-17 MVP's

Ian Coke Premier Division MVP
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The Bermuda Football Association hosted the 2016-17 Awards Ceremony with CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani the guest speaker.

Ian Coke from the Boulevard Blazers was voted as the Premier Division Most Valuable Player, Paul Simons from X-Road’s was named the First Division Most Valuable Player.

For the second season in a row Dandy Town Hornets player Tomiko Goater was voted the Young Player of the Year for the Premier Division, while Jakari Furbert from BAA was named the First Division’s Young Player of the Year.

Defensive Player of the Year

First Division


Jarreau Hayward - St. George’s Colts

Premier Division

Darius Cox - Robin Hood

Goalkeeper of the Year

First Division


Dashun Cooper - X-Road’s

Premier Division

Tahj Bell - North Village Rams

Young Referee of the Year

Amouri Majors

Referee of the Year

Garic Swainson

Coach of the Year

First Division


Farid El Karfa - X-Road’s

Premier Division

Scott Morton - PHC Zebras

Young Player of the Year

First Division


Jahkari Furbert - X-Road’s

Premier Division

Tomiko Goater - Dandy Town Hornets

Most Valuable Player

First Division


Paul Simons - X-Road’s

Premier Division

Ian Coke - Boulevard Blazers

President of the Bermuda Football Association Mark Wade and Montagliani presented Robert Emmett, Allan Young, Carneal Smith, Charles Marshall and Dr. Gerard Bean the 2017 Order of Merit Awards.
Friday, April 21, 2017
CONCACAF President in Bermuda

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CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani arrived in Bermuda to help the Bermuda Football Association celebrate 50 years in CONCACAF.

Montagliani also unveiled two plaques at the Clyde Best Center of Excellence.

Addressing the welcome guest, that included Clyde Best, Montagliani said, “I applaud the Bermuda Football Association and the direction in which they are going and that is do to the foundation that has been laid before them.”

Montagliani and Bermuda Football Association executive members met with Government officials headed by acting Minister responsible for Sport Jeanne Atherden.

 
 
Friday, April 21, 2017
Footy Kings are BTC Cup Champions

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BTC Cup Final

Footy Kings 2 Flanagan’s Onions 1


In their first season in the league and getting off to a slow start the Footy Force emerged as the Corona League BTA Cup Champions.

Footy Kings got goals from Jamarley Samuels and Teiko Lowe, while Vuk Panic scored for the Flanagan’s Onions.
Monday, April 17, 2017
BFA Referee Course Announced

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The Bermuda Football Association’s Referee Committee have announced a Referee Course, featuring FIFA Instructors.

The Course is scheduled to run April 25th – 30th, between the CedarBridge Academy and BFA Field.

April 25th – 28th the Course will run from 5:30pm – 9pm

April 29th – 30th the Course will run from 9am – 4pm.

For more information contact the Bermuda Football Association @ 295-2199
Sunday, April 16, 2017
Bermuda's European Players Round Up

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Freddy Hall

Freddy Hall watched from the bench as his Limerick FC teammates produced an utterly dominant display at the Markets Field as they defeated Drogheda United 3-0 courtesy of goals from Rodrigo Tosi, Chris Mulhall and Chiedozie Ogbene.

With the win Limerick move up to fourth place as a result.

Limerick began the game at a ferocious pace and took the lead after just five minutes, as Rodrigo Tosi powerfully headed home from a Lee-J Lynch corner. Drogheda barely had time to recover before they were 2-0 down. Chiedozie Ogbene’s weak shot rebounded off Chris Mulhall and past Stephen McGuiness.

Jonte Smith



Two injury-time goals saw Jonte Smith and his Lewes teammtes fall to a harsh defeat against Carshalton Athletic that all but ends their chances of reaching the play-offs with two games remaining.

Carshalton made a bright start to the game, but were unable to turn their early possession into clear-cut opportunities. Lewes soon found their feet though, and took the lead after 12 minutes, as Smith sent a powerful header from a Jamie Brotherton cross past Joe Tupper in the host’s goal at the end of an excellent passing move.

Lewes doubled their lead just five minutes later through Alex Malins, who saw a goalbound effort deflected past Tupper and into the back of the net after Lloyd Cotton had headed a Gus Sow corner back across goal.

Carshalton made a bright start to the second half and pulled a goal back just four minutes after the restart, as Ryan Gondoh controlled a low cross from Hibbert before placing the ball past Winterton.

The scores were level just three minutes later, with Gondoh once again being given time and space in the penalty area to convert a cross from the right from Mickel Miller.

Things got even worse for Lewes just before the hour, as Cotton was harshly shown a straight red card for a strong challenge on Korboa.

Slightly against the run of play Lewes took the lead again after 79 minutes through Stephen Okoh, but Carshalton equalised halfway through stoppage time, as Tommy Bradford sent a curling effort from the edge of the area past Winterton.

There was still time for another twist though, as the hosts scored a winner in the eleventh minute of added time through Ryan Healy, who converted a low cross from the right at the far post to secure a dramatic three points.

DALE EVE, JAYLON BATHER, DANTE LEVEROCK, TEVAHN TYRELL & SHAUN GOATER



Ilkeston's five-year stay in the Evo-Stik Premier Division is over after they lost 2-1 at home to Stourbridge.

It took just six minutes for Ilkeston to fall behind. Luke Benbow sent Ethan Jones clear as Ilkeston played something of a high line and he was able to run on and sneak the ball past Jamie Hannis, Max Thornberry unable to keep it out on the line.

Ilkeston equalized when a rare foray forward saw Tom Gamblen hauled down in the penalty area and Anthony Dwyer netted the penalty with Ilkeston’s first shot on goal.

An untidy start to the second-half saw neither side showing much quality but the visitors got their second goal on 58 minutes. Tom Tonks' long throw-in wasn't cleared by Ilkeston and the ball fell to sub Kennedy Digie whose shot squeezed in at Hannis's near post.

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