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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Parfitt-Williams - "An Amazing Night"

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A day after watching Angelo Ogbonna scored a dramatic late winner in the final seconds of extra-time to send West Ham United through to the Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round and make it a hat-trick of wins over Liverpool this season, Djair Parfitt-Williams told www.islandstats.com the atmosphere in the stadium was electrifying.

Parfitt-Williams said, “It was an amazing night, I just can’t wait to get my turn.”

After spending the 120 minutes of the FA Cup match on the bench, Parfitt-Williams is hoping his turn will come as soon as this weekend when West Ham United take on Norwich.
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Parfitt-Williams on West Ham Bench & Lambe's Mansfield Draw

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www.islandstats.com can confirm that Bermudian Djair Parfitt-Williams is expected to be on the bench for West Ham United this evening in the Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round Replay with Liverpool at the Boleyn Ground.
Parfitt-Williams watched from the bench as Angelo Ogbonna struck in the last minute of extra time as West Ham secured a dramatic 2-1 FA Cup win over Liverpool.

The fourth-round replay was heading for a penalty shootout when center-half Ogbonna, thrust into attack as a final throw of the dice, headed in the winner.

West Ham can now look forward to a fifth-round trip to Blackburn after a youthful Liverpool side were eventually sent tumbling out.

Michail Antonio had given the hosts the lead, only for Philippe Coutinho to reply for the Reds just after half-time.

But Ogbonna made it an uncomfortable evening to be a losing manager, not least one who had had his appendix removed just three days earlier like Jurgen Klopp.

Sky Bet League Two

Reggie Lambe – Mansfield


Substitute Jack Thomas' last-gasp header earned Reggie Lambe and his promotion hopefuls Mansfield teammates a 2-2 draw at third-placed Oxford.

Danny Hylton struck twice for the hosts in a topsy-turvy Sky Bet League Two encounter at the Kassam Stadium.

And Hylton missed a great chance to claim a hat-trick and win the game in stoppage time, when he headed wide from a glorious position.

Mansfield had taken the lead in the 22nd minute when Matt Green returned to haunt his former club, heading home after goalkeeper Sam Slocombe failed to connect properly with a punch clear.

Everton loanee Jonjoe Kenny played a key part in United's equalizer eight minutes later, with an overlap on the right and cross for Hylton to head home from seven yards.

Slocombe atoned for his earlier error with a brilliant one-handed save to turn James Baxendale's 18-yard drive around a post.

On 69 minutes, strong United pressure ended with Kemar Roofe nodding on Zeli Ismail's cross and Hylton rifling a shot off the underside of the bar.

And, after Oxford's Chris Maguire had struck the woodwork from a free-kick, Thomas nodded home after another Slocombe error, with the point gained lifting the Stags to fourth in the table.
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
BDA Announce Rescheduled Matches

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A day after announcing the F.A. Challenge Cup Quarter-Final Re-play between Hamilton Parish and Robin Hood rescheduled for Thursday, March 3rd the Bermuda Football Association has announced other rescheduled matches.

First and Premier Division matches scheduled for Friday, March 4th have been moved to Monday, March 7th.

The First Division match will see Wolves host BAA and then the Devonshire Cougars will take on Robin Hood, both matches will take place at the Devonshire Recreation Club.
Monday, February 08, 2016
Eve & Smith's Teams Draw

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Brett Williams rescued a point for Forest Green Rovers in the National League with a late goal at Wrexham.

New signing Dale Eve was not in the Forest Green Rovers team for the match.

Darren Carter put the visitors ahead but Blaine Hudson struck twice after the break to put the hosts on the brink of victory.

But in a dramatic end, Rovers' Sam Wedgbury was sent off for a second yellow card before Williams leveled.

Wrexham remain 12th while the end of Rovers' six-match winning streak saw them drop to second behind Cheltenham.

Meanwhile Jonte Smith and his Lewes Football Club teammates drew 0 – 0 with Needham Football Club.
Monday, February 08, 2016
Current First & Premier Division Stats & Standings

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Following the First Division match over the weekend, www.islandstats.com now brings you the current Standings and Leading Goalscorers in both Divisions.

First Division

Somerset Eagles remain the First Division leaders on goal difference over the Flanagan’s Onions both teams have 26 points, BAA with their 3 – 0 win over the Ireland Rangers moved up to third, with Young Men Social Club and St. David’s both on 21 points. Clay Darrell from the Young Men Social Club is the League Leading goalscorer with 15 goals, Nathan Rego from Somerset Eagles has 14 on the season, while Saki Tuzo from Young Men Social Club has scored 9 goals, Treshun Smith from Flanagan’s Onions has found the back of the net 8 times. Y-Ron Astwood from the Paget Lions, Jarazhino Bassett from the St. George’s Colts, Robert Rawlins from Young Men Social Club and Jahkari Furbert from BAA all have 7 goals on the season thus far.

First Division Standings

26 Somerset Eagles
26 Flanagan's Onions

22 BAA
21 Young Men's Social Club
21 St. David's
19 St. George's Colts
12 Wolves
08 X-Roads
07 Paget Lions
05 Ireland Rangers

First Division Leading Goalscorers

15 Clay Darrell - Young Men Social Club

14 Nathan Rego - Somerset Eagles
09 Saki Tuzo - Young Men Social Club
08 Treshun Smith - Flanagan's Onions
07 Y-Ron Astwood - Paget Lions
07 Jarazhino Bassett - St. George's Colts
07 Robert Rawlins - Young Men Social Club
07 Jahkari Furbert - BAA
06 Lamelle Paynter - Wolves
06 Khanai Fray - Somerset Eagles
05 LaQuan Thomas - BAA
05 Allan Douglas Jr. St. David's

Premier Division

The Dandy Town Hornets now have a nine point lead on top of the Premier Division with 31 points, Robin Hood are in second with 22 points, although they went down 2 – 1 to the Dandy Town Hornets the PHC Zebras remain in third place with 18 points.

Lejuan Simmons from Robin Hood is joined as the League’s leading goalscorer with 9 goals by Donavan Thompson from Hamilton Parish, Tomiko Goater from the Dandy Town Hornets, Casey Castle from the PHC Zebras and Antwan Russell from Robin Hood all have 7 goals. Keishen Bean from the North Village Rams, Boulevard Blazers pair Ian Coke and TiaeVince Douglas, Eli Smith from the Devonshire Colts, Johnathan Bean from the Somerset Trojans, Angelo Simmons from the Dandy Town Hornets and Cecoy Robinson from the PHC Zebras all have found the back of the net 6 times.

Premier Division

31 Dandy Town Hornets

22 Robin Hood
18 PHC Zebras
17 North Village Rams
16 Boulevard Blazers
16 Somerset Trojans
14 Devonshire Cougars
13 Devonshire Colts
10 Southampton Rangers
08 Hamilton Parish

Premier Division Leading Goalscorers

9 Lejuan Simmons - Robin Hood
9 Donovan Thompson - Hamilton Parish

7 Tomiko Goater - Dandy Town Hornets
7 Casey Castle - PHC Zebras
7 Antwan Russell - Robin Hood
6 Keishan Bean - North Village Rams
6 Ian Coke - Boulevard Blazers
6 Eli Smith - Devonshire Colts
6 Johnathan Bean - Somerset Trojans
6 Angelo Simmons - Dandy Town Hornets
6 TiaeVince Douglas - Boulevard Blazers
6 Cecoy Robinson - PHC Zebras

Click Here to see the Full 2015/16 First & Premier Division Standings and Leading Goalscorers
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