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Friday, January 20, 2017
Islandstats.com to Broadcast Bermuda-Canada Match

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www.islandstats.com will be live broadcasting the Bermuda vs. Canada Football match on Sunday January 22nd from the National Sports Center.

The match is scheduled to get underway at 3;00pm, with the broadcast set to begin at 2:45pm.

Tune in to www.islandstats.com on Sunday January 22nd at 2:45pm as we bring you the coverage live for the National Sports Center.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Minors Named Northeast-10 Track Athlete of the Week

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Senior Dage Minors of the Franklin Pierce University Men's Track & Field team has been named Northeast-10 Conference Track Athlete of the Week, for the week ending on Jan. 15, as announced on Monday afternoon by the Conference office.

It is the third straight week a Franklin Pierce University athlete has taken home Track Athlete of the Week honors from the NE10, with Minors earning the honor for the second time on the season.

Minors' work last week saw him post a pair of nationally relevant times. On Friday, at the STAC Spartan Invitational, he won the 800 meters, with a time of 1:52.97. The time currently ranks fifth in the nation, meets both the NCAA provisional and NEICAAA qualifying standards, and is the fastest time so far this winter in the NE10. Minors followed up on Saturday at the Great Dane Classic, where he ran a 4:16.49 to place seventh in the mile, meeting the NEICAAA qualifying mark there as well. His mile time is 11th-best in the nation and ranks second in the NE10.
Monday, January 16, 2017
Trott & West Ham Fall to Brighton and Hove Albion

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Terry Westley was pleased by Nathan Trott and his West Ham United teammates performance in terms of possession and chances created, despite being beaten 3-0 away to Brighton and Hove Albion in Premier League 2.

West Ham were aiming for three successive victories in the league, but came unstuck on the south coast, despite dominating possession and shots on goal.

A double from Aaron Connolly and an unfortunate Declan Rice own goal made it a frustrating evening for Westley’s men.

“It was a tough night and we haven’t had many this season,” Westley declared. “In many ways, we did good things. We dominated large parts of the game, first half was 60-40% possession to us and in the second half we had 70-30%. We had more shots, more corners, more crosses. But in both boxes we weren’t quite good enough.

"We got caught with a long ball down the pitch for the first goal and then it became a real challenge at half time. I said to the boys, if you’re as good as what we believe, as a team and individually, you’ll rev it up now and pull it back.

“Then there was an own goal and their player put a great cross in for the third goal, but we still had lots of chances to get back into the game. It was one of those frustrating, horrible nights where in both boxes we haven’t quite done well enough.
Sunday, January 15, 2017
Leseur Competes in COMP Aspen 2 Event

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John Leseur took part in the 2017 COMP Aspen 2 Freestyle Skiing Event on the Thunderbowl Course.

Competing on Day One of the Open Moguls, Leseur finished 2nd in his Age Group Class and 15th overall with a score of 69.86.

On Day Two leseur recorded a score of 65.66 finishing 27th overall.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Bermuda English Footballers Round Up

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NAHKI WELLS

A sensational goal from Ross Wallace and a close-range finish from Fernando Forestieri gave Sheffield Wednesday a crucial 2-0 victory over Nahki Wells and his promotion chasing Huddersfield teammates.

With both sides jostling for position amongst the Championship's leading bunch, this could prove to be a significant result.

Wells and Huddersfield are in 5th with 46 points, while Sheffield Wednesday are 6th with 45 points.

RAI SIMONS

Rai Simons was an unused substitute as his Chesterfield teammates came out on top in their Sky Bet League One relegation battle with Coventry after a Dan Gardner goal gave them a 1-0 win at the Proact Stadium.

Gardner settled a poor contest in the 77th minute but Chesterfield had to survive 11 minutes of added time following an injury to their centre-back Tom Anderson.

REGGIE LAMBE

A second-half goal from Charlie Wyke, his 17th of the season, spared Reggie Lambe and his Carlisle United teammates a third consecutive defeat as they were held to a 1-1 draw by 10-man Morecambe.

Aaron Wildig gave Morecambe an early lead and the visitors held out until Wyke's 74th-minute effort which followed the sending off of defender Dean Winnard.
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