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Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Bermuda's European Footballers Round-Up

Six Bermuda Footballers teams were in action, with one finding the back of the net, three of the teams won, while the other three teams went down.


Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammates were once again unable to build on a previous victory.

Wells came off the bench with his team down 2 – 1 to Luton, but he and his teammates could not find the equalizer.


Jonté Smith and his Ballymena United Reserve teammates took on Warrenpoint Town.

Smith working his way back from injury found the back of the net which eventually was the winner as they defeated Warrenpoint Town 3 – 0, Ballymena also got goals from Spencer Beattie and Daire McMenamin.


Kole Hall was not in the Radcliffe FC line-up as his teammates went down 1 – 0 at home to Stafford Rangers FC.


Keziah Martin and his Kidderminster teammates edged Kettering FC 1 – 0 on the road.


Milan Butterfield came off the bench but he could not help his Alfreton Town teammates from going down 3 – 2 to Guiseley.


Amar Lewis and his Harlow Town teammates got back to winning ways with a comfortable 3 – 0 victory over Colney Heath FC.
Sunday, January 23, 2022
Bermuda To Play First Two World Cup Qualifiers Away

Bermuda Possible Strike Force
CONCACAF has confirmed the schedule for the CONCACAF Women’s Qualifiers (CWQ) taking place during the Women’s International Match Window of February 2022.

The release confirms that Bermuda will play both their games in February away from home despite the second game is our home game.

Bermuda will play Jamaica at the National Stadium, in Kingston, Jamaica on Thursday February 17th.

Bermuda will next host Cayman Islands on Tuesday February 22nd at the IMG Academy, in Bradenton, Florida, USA.

The 2022 CWC is scheduled for the summer and will serve as the final round of qualifying to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 and the 2024 Paris Summer Olympic Games.
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Dillas & Leseur Day One Amateur Golf Championship

Jarryd Dillas and Kenny Leseur began competing in the Latin American Amateur Championships in the Dominian Republic.

Dillas came of the course T19th after his Even par Round of 72, Dillas who started out on the front nine made the turn at 2-over par after a Double Bogey on the par four 8th, on the back nine Dillas would shoot and Eagle on the par five 12th, a Birdie on the par four 13th, but a Bogey on the par three 14th pulled him back to Even, and he would close out with four consecutive pars.

Leseur finished the day T98th, he would Tee off on the back nine and his struggles started right away with a Double Bogey on the 10th, which would be followed by a Bogey, another Double Bogey and then five consecutive Bogey’s to be 11-over par through eight holes, however he would record a Birdie on the 19th. On the front nine Leseur would shoot 1 Birdie, 4 Pars, 2 Bogey’s, 1 Double Bogey, and 1 Quintuple Bogey to finish with a round of 17-over par.
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Lewis named One of Caribbean Best in 2021

Zeiko Lewis has been named as one of the Best Caribbean Players playing in North America.

Sacramento Republic FC signed the attacking playmaker to the west coast after a standout 2021 campaign for fellow USL Championship club the Charleston Battery.

Lewis joins Republic FC after three seasons with the Battery. Since 2019, he has been one of the most consistent attacking players in the Eastern Conference, recording 19 goals and 18 assists in 73 appearances across all competitions. He was named Charleston’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2019 and 2020 after leading the squad in scoring both seasons.

In 2021 Lewis was voted the team MVP after contributing five goals and team-best 10 assists, which ranked fourth in the league during the regular season.
Sunday, January 16, 2022
Trott Helps AS Nancy Edge SC Bastia

Nathan Trott and his AS Nancy Lorraine teammates edged SC Bastia 2 – 1 at the stade Marcel-Picot, a 20,000 seats capacity stadium.

Thomas Basila gave Nancy the lead in the 25th minute, but Bastia equalized in the 85th minute through Idriss Saadi, the Nacny winner would come in stoppage time as Andrew Jung found the back of the net.
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