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Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Bermuda Digicel Sports Show

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On the next edition of the Digicel Sports Show host Earl Basden brings you all the latest in Sports beginning this evening.

Tonight’s programme he will update you on sports in Bermuda and Bermudians competing globally, we will bring the latest news and video of sports like the the Kappa Classic, Lisa Blackburn breaking the World Record, Lamont marshall breaking the Bermuda record, Delray Rawlins & Kamau Leverock play in England, Bermuda’s Carifta Games Team announced and much, much more.

Digicel and www.islandstats.com combine to give you our viewers the best Sports Coverage of Bermuda talent during the show.

 
 
Monday, March 27, 2017
Bermuda Inside Sports Talk Radio Live @ 1:30pm

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Inside Sports Talk Radio will air on www.islandstats.com today Monday March 27th at 1:30pm.


This Live Radio Sports Talk Show is hosted weekly by Ian Rawlins and co-hosted by Earl Basden.


The guess today will be national Swimming coach Ben Smith and members of the Kappa Football Tournament, scheduled for this weekend.


Aprille Choudhury DeShield will deliver the Health segment of the programme.


Thursday, March 23, 2017
Bermuda Sports Weekend Pictures

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This past week sports in Bermuda saw a number of Sporting Events take place, today www.islandstats.com brings you pictures of ten sporting events.

You can see Sports such as the New York Cosmos & Bermuda Select, First Division Football, Youth Netball, Rugby, Field Hockey, Tennis and Golf just to name a few.

Click Here to see the Bermuda Select – New York Cosmos 2017 Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Road race Team Time Trial 2017 Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Grey Goose World Par 3 2017 Championships Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Women’s Field Hockey Bluebirds – Swallows Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Netball March 18th Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Ariel Re Sevens 2017 Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Football Wolves – X-Road’s Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Digicel National Squash Championships 2017 Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda Best of the Best Swim Meet March 18th Pictures


Click Here to see the Bermuda under 12 ITF Tennis Trials March 18th Pictures

Thursday, March 23, 2017
Bermuda Digicel Sports Show

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On the next edition of the Digicel Sports Show host Earl Basden and co-host Jason Ford brings you all the latest in Sports beginning this evening.

Tonight’s programme he will update you on sports in Bermuda and Bermudians competing globally, we will bring the latest news and video of sports like the Delray Rawlins, Bermuda Football Festival, Primary School Track & Field much, much more.

Digicel and www.islandstats.com combine to give you our viewers the best Sports Coverage of Bermuda talent during the show.

 
 
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Butterfield & Walsall Go Down

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Kacy Milan Butterfield and his Walsall teammates suffered Birmingham FA Senior Cup Semi-Final heartbreak after conceding two late goals to lose at Leamington.

Amadou Bakayoko’s first-half strike appeared to have booked the visitors’ place in the final.

But Ahmed Obeng’s 87th-minute equaliser and Jack Edwards’ stoppage-time winner sealed a dramatic comeback.

Both teams entered the match full of confidence having each enjoyed strong league campaigns.

Leamington are currently second in the Southern League Premier Division, while Walsall Development Squad clinched the Central League North West Division title earlier this month.

And it was the visitors – also in the semi-finals of the Walsall Senior Cup - who could have taken an early lead when Cameron Peters raced onto a long ball before blazing over.

Peters threatened again on 21 minutes, the forward showing good perseverance to bundle his way into the box but his well-struck drive clipped the top of the bar.

Walsall had looked the more threatening and took the lead moments later.

Maz Kouhyar, continuing his rehabilitation from a knee injury, slid a piercing pass through to Bakayoko, who rounded Tony Breeden before calmly slotting into an empty net.

The Brakes ended the half strongly; Ben Kendrick cleared Kurtis Revan’s teasing low cross from virtually on the line and Robbie Thompson-Brown fizzed a long-range strike a whisker wide.

John Ward’s side then went close as Will Shorrock’s superb lofted pass picked out the run of Bakayoko but the onrushing Breeden made a smart stop to block the striker’s effort.

Opportunities proved in short supply at the start of the second half, with both sides restricted to efforts from long range.

The first real chance of the restart came on 70 minutes, Will Shorrock curling a 25-yard strike narrowly wide of Breeden’s right-hand upright.

Only the woodwork denied Leamington a leveller moments later as Thompson-Brown’s rasping drive clattered the inside of the post following good hold-up play from Ahmed Obeng.

The hosts continued to push forward, with Jack Edwards shooting straight at Craig MacGillivray and Thompson-Brown being denied a tap-in by a miraculous goalline clearance.

And the pressure told three minutes from time as Obeng slammed home Revan’s inviting right-wing cross from close-range.

With the wind in their sails, Leamington grabbed a winner in the second minute of added time when another Revan delivery was turned home by Edwards.
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