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Monday, March 18, 2019
Premier & First Division Standings & Goalscorers

Following League play in the Bermuda Football Association’s First and Premier Division’s over the weekend, www.islandstats.com now brings you the current stats and standings for the Premier & First Division.

With only one weekend to play the PHC Zebras are the Premier Division Champions with 40 points, Robin Hood will finish in second place as they have 36 points and the Dandy Town Hornets have 32 points.

Donavan Thompson from X-Road’s is the League Leading goalscorer with 22 goals, while Kieshen Bean from BAA has 20 goals and Angelo Simmons from the Dandy Town Hornets has 19 goals.


40 PHC Zebras

36 Robin Hood
32 Dandy Town Hornets
25 X-Roads
23 Devonshire Cougars
23 BAA
18 North Village Rams
18 Boulevard Blazers
11 Somerset Trojans
11 Paget Lions

Premier Division Leading Scorers

22 Donavan A Thompson - X-Road's

20 Kieshen Bean - BAA
19 Angelo Simmons - Dandy Town Hornets
14 Cecoy Robinson - PHC Zebras
14 Shakir Smith - Robin Hood


In the First Division, Southampton Rangers are on top of the table with 47 points, Somerset Eagles are in second place with 46 points, while Hamilton Parish are third with 29 points.

Jarazhino Bassett from the Southampton Rangers is the League’s leading goalscorer with 18 goals, Leo Burgess from the Somerset Eagles has 16 goals, his teammate Anwar Telford has found the back of the 14 times.


47 Southampton Rangers

46 Somerset Eagles
29 Hamilton Parish
25 St. George's Colts
25 Devonshire Colts
23 St. David's
22 Wolves
19 Flanagan's Onions
17 Young Men Social Club
13 Vasco
11 Ireland Rangers

First Division Leading Scorers

18 Jarazhino Basset - Southampton Rangers

16 Leo Burgess - Somerset Eagles
14 Anwar Telford - Somerset Eagles
13 Tahj Wade - Somerset Eagles
12 Donte Brangman - Southampton Rangers

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Sunday, March 17, 2019
First & Premier Division Round Up

Two teams were officially relegated from the Premier Division, while the First Division League title will be decided on the Final Day of Football.


Southampton Rangers 6 Young Men Social Club 1

The Southampton Rangers remain on top of the Standings by one point as they defeated Young Men Social Clun 6 – 1 at the Southampton Oval. Substitute Jarazhino Bassett would find the back of the net twice for the home team, while Nicholas Mello, Cardel Henry, Ezekiel Stoneham and an own goal all resulted in the six and Nique Armstrong scored the lone goal for Young Men Social Club.

Flanagan’s Onions 4 Wolves 0

At the BAA Field, Flanagan’s Onions would defeat Wolves 4 – 0, Mikale Williams scored twice for the Flanagan’s Onions, who also got goals from Seth Odondi and Treshun Smith.

St. David’s 1 St. George’s Colts 1

At Lord’s in St. David’s, host St. David’s and neighbors St. George’s Colts played to a 1 – 1 draw. Kamali Davis gave St. David’s the lead in the 12th minute, but Sage Paynter equalized for the St. George’s Colts in the 27th minute.

Somerset Eagles 2 Vasco 1

At the White Hill Field, the Somerset Eagles have set up a winner take the title match up on the final day of the season when they will face the Southampton Rangers after they defeated a resurging Vasco 2 – 1.

Leo Burgess would put the Somerset Eagles ahead in the 44th minute, Ricardo Ponte would draw Vasco level with a goal in the 59th minute, but Anwar Telford would score what proved to be the winner in the 65th minute.


Boulevard Blazers 2 Somerset Trojans 1

The Somerset Trojans were officially relegated to the First Division following their 2 – 1 defeat at the hands of the Boulevard Blazers.

Ernest Trott would give the Boulevard Blazers the lead in the 21st minute, Clay Darrell would double the lead when he scored in the 50th minute, but DeAndre Wainwright would give the Somerset Trojans a life line when he scored in the 64th minute, but Somerset could not find an equalizer.

Paget Lions 1 X-Road’s 6

X-Road’s would travel to the Southampton Oval to face off against the Paget Lions, X-Road’s would defeat the Paget Lions 6-1 to send them back to the First Division.

X-Road’s would be led to victory with double strikes from Paul Douglas and Donavan Thompson, while Tymon Daniels and Jorge Sanchez added a goal each, Chare Smith scored the lone goal for the Paget Lions.

PHC Zebras 0 Dandy Town Hornets 2

At the PHC Stadium, visitors Dandy town Hornets came away with a 2 – 0 win. Oneko Lowe gave the Dandy Town Hornets the lead in the third minute, and then in the 25th minute Jahnazae Swan doubled the lead.

Neither team would find the back of the net for the remainder of the game as the visitors came away with the three points.

North Village Rams 1 Devonshire Cougars 2

At the Bernard’s Park, the Devonshire Cougars came from behind to defeat the North Village Rams 2 – 1. Keith Jennings gave the North Village Rams the lead in the 34th minute, but Allan Douglas would equalize with a goal for the Devonshire Cougars in the 75th minute and then in the 81st minute Chae Brangman would score the visitors winner.

Saturday, March 16, 2019
First& Premier Division Round Up


Hamilton Parish 3 Devonshire Colts 1

At the Wellington Oval, Hamilton Parish defeated the Devonshire Colts 3 – 1. Hamilton Parish got 2 goals from Jeremiah Steede and a single strike from Chris Caisey, while Bryan Rose scored the lone goal for the Devonshire Colts.


BAA 2 Robin Hood 10

Robin Hood would defeat BAA 10 – 2 at the BAA Field, Shakir Smith led the way for Robin Hood with 5 goals, Arron Nelson added a hat-trick, Robin Hood would also get single strikes from Jaylon Bather and Temiko Goater.

Keishen Bean would strike twice for BAA.

Thursday, March 14, 2019
Bean Talks FIFA & CONCACAF Presentation

On International Women’s Day, a host of football officials - female and male alike – including Bermuda Football Association General Secretary David Sabir and Charryse Bean Bermuda Football Association Chairperson of Women’s Football had the opportunity to share the successes and challenges of their member associations at FIFA’s Women’s Football Conference in Mexico City.

“Balance for better” could not have been a more appropriate theme for a day that recognizes women around the world, and the sentiment rang true throughout the event, one of whose goals was to align a women’s football strategy as a united confederation. Participants were empowered, inspired and motivated to progress women’s football in their countries and the positive atmosphere during the event was palpable.

The three-day conference recently brought FIFA representatives, together with general secretaries and administrators from all 41 CONCACAF members to discuss key issues around the development of the women’s game and the empowerment of women in football.

Bean touched on the importance of having the decision makers in the room, "To have our general secretaries with us discussing this important topic and working together on tangible steps was so valuable. The support and collaboration of FIFA and CONCACAF is a real indication that women’s football is a top priority for both organizations and we are so grateful for the support they offer."

Wednesday, March 13, 2019
Wells & QPR Fall to Rotherham

A forgettable evening at Loftus Road, as Rotherham United scored a 95th-minute winner to earn their first away league victory of the season over Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates.

A Championship affair devoid of any real quality, Semi Ajayi’s 71st-minute effort gave the visitors a 1-0 lead in W12.

Bright Osayi-Samuel looked to have earned under-par Rangers a point when he equalized in the 85th minute at the Loft End.

But the drama hadn’t quite finished there – Ajayi again on target in the fifth minute of added time to give Paul Warne’s Millers their first Loftus Road success since 1951.

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