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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up
After a lay-off the Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey season resumed with a Triple Header that produced 28 goals.

In the opener Canada defeated USA 6-5, but they needed a shootout to do so. During regulation time Jeremy Estey scored all five goals for Canada, while the USA go 2 goals from Josh Bush and Brian White, while Jeffrey Ingelman scored the other, in the shootout Ryan Wilson would get the all important goal for Canada to win.

Canada then returned to defeat Sweden 5-3 in game two, Estey continued his good night with a hat-trick, with Canada also getting strikes from Bill Calko and Wilson, while Sweden got 2 goals from Marsen and a strike from Derek Winch.

Sweden would then defeat the USA 5-4 in the final game of the night. Christopher Jackson would lead Sweden with a hat-trick, they also got goals from Marsena and Winch, while Derek Farmer scored twice for the USA, with Andrew Curnow and White adding a goal each.
Saturday, June 10, 2017
Bermuda Finish 18th in World Ball Hockey Championships

In a rematch of yesterday´s game, which Lebanon won 6-1, this match stayed scoreless until Bermuda opened the scoring late in the first period with a goal off the stick of Jeremy Estey. However, they still had a four-goal deficit to overcome. When Lebanon scored three goals in a row in the third period, they essentially put it away. Lebanon won the game 3-2, with Bermuda getting another goal from Ronnie Dzurus, Lebanon would win 9-3 on aggregate, to claim 17th place.

Bermuda captain Christopher Coleman said, “We are really disappointed. Before the tournament we had much higher expectation for results. We had good start of the championship with two wins in first two games. Even in the third we played not enough well to win and other matches we lost due to not scoring goals. I give a lot of credit to Lebanon, they played great games last few matches and deserves the wins. Now we only look for coming back in two years time and hopefully, we will be better team.”
Thursday, June 08, 2017
Bermuda Fall to Lebanon in Championships

Lebanon got three goals in the first seven minutes, and from there cruised to a 6-1 win over Bermuda to claim their first ever win at the Ball Hockey World Championships. Alexandre Haddad, Lebanon’s offensive leader the whole tournament, had two goals and two assists. The two teams are battling for 17th place overall, and play again tomorrow.

Bermuda forward Chad Cundliffe said, “It was a disappointing game. We played hard and created scoring chances, but Lebanon did a good job. Tomorrow, we´ll try to do the same things and play a simple game. We have to dig down deep and hope that we score more goals. I think it will be better tomorrow.”

Bassil Boulos captain of Team Lebanon said, “It feels really, really good. The guys have worked hard for this, so it feels good to get that first W and hear our national anthem. We didn’t want to come back home without a victory, so we had to give it all in the first period and I think we kept it going all the way to the end of the game. This is a win, we’re gonna enjoy it, but tomorrow it’s back to business and we’re gonna go back as hard as today, if not harder.”
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Bermuda Go Down to Armenia in Championships

Aram Tachejan´s goal with 24 seconds left in regulation time gave Armenia a dramatic 3-2 win over Bermuda during the 2017 World Ball Hockey Championships continued, sending the Armenians to the Semi-Finals.

The first period was quite balanced, and after 10 minutes the game saw the first goal from Armenia. Bermuda fought hard to score, but Armenian goalkeeper Jean-Francois Aumais blocked everything. That theme repeated itself in the second period, in which Armenia scored its second goal. The third period was in Bermuda´s hands, and they scored twice to tie it, Jeremy Estey and Christopher Hands Jackson found the back of the net for Bermuda but in the end it was Armenia celebrating the victory.

Bermuda Goalkeeper Yan Leclerc said, “We were prepared for this game, we really wanted to win this game. The boys shown a lot of character. Nobody get up, everybody kept going up. We had a very, very good third period, if which we scored two goals. We have shown here a really amazing team game.”

Mark Vartazarmian a defenseman of Team Armenia said, “It was tough game, we are really happy right now. We play very well in this tournament, we are improving our performances and participation in the medal game is a reward for us for all the work we have done here.”
Monday, June 05, 2017
Bermuda Fall to Hong Kong in Championships

Hong Kong managed to get a win over Bermuda to climb atop Group B4 with 5 points as the 2017 World Ball Hockey Championships continued.

That gives them a good position for the final round and the possibility to move into the B-pool Semi-Finals. Justin Reid managed to score two goals for Hong Kong before Graham sealed the deal. However, Matthew Lui was the star of the game with a shutout and multiple top saves.

Justin Reid Hong Kong forward said, “We came out strong. Big difference for us is how we started the game. In first period, we were strong and all guys played together as a unit. And we never let up our intensity. They are good team with good goaltender, but we have got lucky in few chances.”

Bermuda goalkeeper Derrick Holmes said, “It was not the result that we wanted. Hong Kong were really strong today. We hope that we can picked up for the next game.”
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