South Kent nearly scored 90 goals as it ended a two-year drought as Class B Champions with a 7 – 2 win over Noble and Greenough in the Championship game.
Jai Bean directly contributed to nearly 40 percent of those goals, as he finished with 16 goals and 18 assists.
Bean was the centerpiece of a dynamic South Kent offense that powered its way to a 19 – 0 record though much credit also goes to forwards Alex Quinones and Alejandro Giner, as well as others.
Still, it’s hard not to recognize the trajectory this junior from Bermuda is on.
South Kent has a long history of developing players who eventually play for the CONCACAF nation at the senior level and Bean could be next in line.
Bean possesses the physical traits, can finish with both feet and puts in the defensive work.
Also on the South Kent team this season from Bermuda was Kymani McNeil, Armand Foy, Adrian Trott and Jacob Hodder.