New floodlight venues for Bermuda Football Association games are in the works according to the BFA President Mark Wade.
Following a Special meet with the affiliates while www.islandstats.com was in Peru covering the Parapan Games, we approached the President to get an update on the situation.
Wade said, “A special meeting was called for the affiliates to discuss a few projects that the Association would like to address and according to Wade, all seems to be moving forward.
“PHC Stadium and Bernard Park have been identified as the two fields we want to have lighted as this would assist with scheduling as at this time we only have two active flood light facilities.”
Monday, September 16, 2019
Bermuda Inside Sports Talk Radio
Inside Sports Talk Radio will air on www.islandstats.com today Monday September 16th at 12:15pm.
This Live Radio Sports Talk Show is hosted weekly by Ian Rawlins and co-hosted by Earl Basden will be in the offices of Argus.
The show is for a 90 minute period that includes interviews and members of the public calling in.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Clemons, Lee & Lewis Teams Round Up's
Willie Clemons and his Bodens BK teammates defeated BK Forwards 3 – 1.
Bodens took the lead in the 36th minute when Sebastian Shafei-Åman scored, but the scores were level in the 42nd minute when Laurie Bell, on the stroke of half time Bodens went back in front when Raymond Mendy scored. Jack Green would make it 3 – 1 with a strike in injury time.
Roger Lee and his Tallinna Kalev Estonia Premier Division teammates went down to league leaders Flora 5 – 0.
Erik Sorga scored twice for Flora, while Vlasiy Sinyavskiy, Martin Miller and Henrik Pürg all added a goal each.
Zeiko Lewis watched his Charleston Battery teammates fall to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in a 1-0 battle at Highmark Stadium.
Lewis was an unused substitute as his teammates suffered their first loss in four matches with Pittsburgh extending their unbeaten run at home to fifteen games.
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Toms Signs With Cardiff Rugby Football Club
Having secured their best placed finish in the Premiership for 10 years and winning the National Cup for the first time in 22 years Cardiff Rugby Football Club have looked to strengthen the squad with some exciting signings.
One of those signings is Bermuda International Brynley Toms.
Toms played for Cardiff RFC in the last game of the season at RGC1404. The 27 year old though brings a lot of great Premiership experience to Cardiff having played 147 times for Bedwas. He also has a Welsh Cap at Student level, he made his Bermuda Full International debut at the National Sports Center in June 2017.