New Junior Pan American Championships Date Announced
Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) understands that COVID 19 still has a big impact in the Region, therefore a new date for the Junior Pan American Championships (Qualifiers to WC) was agreed with the host country, Chile.
The event will take place from August 16th-29th, 2021 in Santiago, Chile.
PAHF is already working on a document that will serve as a framework for the safe return to competition. The evolution of the COVID 19 impact, continues to be very dynamic so we will continue updating our document and work with the host country to inform in due time about the protocols and requirements to enter Chile.
Regarding the age of players and the extension of the window to play the qualifier, the FIH announced:
FIH Competitions Committee, unanimously agreed, that the window to hold these events (Jr World Cup Continental Qualifiers) has been extended until the end of August and that the age limit for all Junior Continental Championships held in 2021 shall be “All players shall be under 21 years of age as of December 31st, 2019, that is all players shall be born on or after January 1st, 1999” regardless of which month the event takes place in this year. The qualification document on the website will be updated accordingly.
For clarity, the age group limit for the Junior World Cups in December remains as it has always been: “All players shall be under 21 years of age as of December 31st, 2020 that is all players shall be born on or after January 1st, 2000”.
Monday, December 07, 2020
Bermuda Ball Hockey Playoff Stats
The Bermuda Ball Hockey League season is well into the Playoff’s at the PCC Hockey Rink, www.islandstats.com takes a look at the current Stats and Standings.
Robbie Bailey, from Spine and Sport, leads the Playoff’s in Points with 8, five other players are tied for 2nd with 6 points.
Jeremy Estey from Frontier is the Playoff leading goalscorer with 5 goals, Ross Rufiange from Appleby and Ryan Marshall from the Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers both have 4 goals.
With a 0.00% Goal Against per game, Yves Paul from Spine and Sport leads the Goal Keeping Department, Dave MacPhee is in second with a 1.50% Average representing the Liberty Mutual Insurance, James Hall from Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers is in third with a 2.50% Average.
Bermuda Ball Hockey Points Leaders
08 Robbie Bailey - Spine and Sport 06 Jeremy Estey – Frontier 06 Ross Rufiange – Appleby 06 Kelly Foley - Outback 06 Adrian Stromberg - Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers 06 JM Tremblay - Outback
Bermuda Ball Hockey Leading Goalscorers
05 Jeremy Estey – Frontier 04 Ross Rufiange – Appleby 04 Ryan Marshall - Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers
Bermuda Ball Hockey Leading Assist
06 Robbie Bailey - Spine and Sport 05 Kyle Harvey - Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers 04 JM Tremblay - Outback 04 Bill Calko - Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers
Bermuda Ball Hockey Goalkeeper Leaders
0.00 Yves Paul - Spine and Sport 1.50 Dave MacPhee - Liberty Mutual Insurance 2.50 James Hall - Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers 2.80 Derek Farmer - Appleby
The Hawks took the lead in the 3rd minute in the opening game of the day, when Noel Johnston scored a Field Goal, in the 17th minute Isabel Roe scored a Field Goal for the Longtails to level the match at 1 - 1.
Rory Pollett would give the Hawks the lead again in the 20th minute when he found the back of the net with a Field Goal, and then in the 54th minute, Mauro Van Der Berg scored a Field Goal for the Hawks as they would pick up the 3 – 1 win.
Islanders 1 Griffins 5
In the second match of the day, the Griffins defeated the Islanders 5 – 1.
The Griffins got a hat-trick from Alex Godet, with Mallory Towlson, and Jack Finley adding a goal each, while Nigel Deane scored the lone goal for the Islanders.
Friday, December 04, 2020
Bermuda Ball Hockey Playoff Round-Up
Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers 5 Outback 3
In the lone Bermuda Ball Hockey Playoff match at the PCC Hockey Rink saw the Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers defeat the Outback 3 – 1 in the Series after picking up a 5 – 3 win on the night.
Alexandra Mosher Diamond Ringers were led to victory with a hat-trick off the stick of Ryan Marshall, while Bill Calko, and Christian Hauggaard added a goal each, while the Outback got two goals off the stick of Kelly Foley, and a single strike from Jon Talbot.
Friday, December 04, 2020
Bermuda Field Hockey Round-Up
Dragons 6 BHA Pirates 1
The Dragons would come off the court in the lone Bermuda Field Hockey match at the National Sports Center with a 6 – 1 win over the BHA Pirates.
The Dragons were led to victory with a double strike from Scott Gilbertson, while Nick Burke, Rupert Cuddon-Large, Tyler Smith, and Gloria Candiolo all added a goal each, while Jonah Trott scored the lone goal for the BHA Pirates.