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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Smith Scores in PS Kemi Kings Draw

Smith (Hidden) is Challenged for the Ball
Jonte Smith scored in the 26th minute as he and his PS Kemi Kings finished locked 1 – 1 with IFK Lulea.

Smith scored his 4th goal in four games took the chance calmly, but they could not keep Daniel Andersson’s shot out in the 86th minute.

Looking at the match IFK control the possession without creating the really dangerous chances needed to get more goals.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Corona League 2013-14 Awards Announced

Following the 2013-14 Corona League Season we can now announce the Awards.

League Awards:

League Champions: Tuff Dogs
League Runners Up: Robin Hood
Bistro Cup Champions: North Village Rams
Bistro Runners Up: Robin Hood

League Fair Play Award: Flanagan Onions

League Top Scorer: Rui Sebestiao - Vasco da Gama

Best defender - Aaron Brown - Tuff Dogs

League MVP - Shawn Simons - Tuff Dogs

League All Team

Goalkeeper - Cal Thomas - Tuff Dogs & Paul Fox - Robin Hood

Defenders: Matthew Hayward - West End United, Tristan Abend - Tuff Dogs, Brian Fubler - Robin Hood, Aaron Browne - Tuff Dogs

Midfield - Ralph Bean Jr – North Village Rams, Jaime Smith - Robin Hood, Jabber Tuzo Smith - Flanagan Onions, Jeff Franklin - Tuff Dogs, Shawn Simons - Tuff Dogs, Ricardo Madeiros- Vasco da Gama, Andrew Rahman - North Village Rams

Forwards: Aljame Zuill - North Village Rams, Lamaul Crofton- Tuff Dogs, Henry Santucci - West End United, Rohan Simons - Robin Hood, Rui Sebestiao – Vasco da Gama

Sunday, April 13, 2014
Masters & FA Challenge Cup Round Up

Gibbons scoring for the Stallions
Masters Knock Out Cup Final

St. George’s Stallions are the 2013-14 Masters Cup Champions

St. George’s Stallions 3 Young Men Social Club 1

A ball crossed into the box in the 28th minute was cut out by St. George’s Stallions goalkeeper Troy Hall, who dropped the ball and Young Men Social Club striker Shervin Jennings laid the ball off to Jahkio Bolin who scored from some ten yards out. Lionel Cann equalized for the St. George’s Stallions in the 35th minute, a ball from Sinclair Gibbons sent Cann running in one on one with the Young Men social Club goalkeeper Tiko Hassell and he slammed his shot into the back of the net.

The second half saw both teams slow the pace down, but it was the St. George’s Stallions that found the go ahead goal which came in the 73rd minute when Sinclair Gibbons used the outside of his left boot to score and then in the 88th minute Cann ended the game as a contest when he scored from just inside the box t make the final score St. George’s Stallions 3 Young Men Social Club 1.

Dandy Town Hornets are the 2013-14 FA Challenge Cup Champions

Dandy Town Hornets 1 North Village Rams 0

Trott Celebrating his goal
The game was 8 minutes old when the opening goal came, a free kick into the box was directed at goal which North Village Rams goalkeeper Mishael Paynter was able to get down low and palm away however it only managed to roll into the path of Rieko Trott who slotted the ball away from some six yards out. The North Village Rams created several chances to get back into the game during the half, but Jahron Dickinson squandered two chances from close range to get the equalizer as the two teams went to the break with the Dandy Town Hornets leading 1 – 0.

The second half saw North Village make two changes with Jahquan Smith- DeShields and Keishen Bean both coming on, Tyrell Burgess had a volley from some 25 yards out tipped over the crossbar by Dandy Town Hornets goalkeeper Treadwell Gibbons, minutes later Bean had a volley pushed around the post for a corner by Gibbons keeping the score at 1 – 0. With the North Village Rams pilling on the pressure early Dandy Town Hornets striker Angelo Simmons was able to catch them out at the back on a counter attack but his shot from inside the box went just wide.

The game changed in the 71st minute when a hard tackle from North Village Rams defender Jason Davis saw him and Zaire Burchall involved in a scuffle that resulted in both players sent off midway into the North Village half of the field. Dandy Town Hornets goalkeeper Gibbons races three-quarters the length of the field and put his hands in the face of a North Village Rams players and he was shown the red card, the Dandy Town Hornets were down to nine men and the North Village Rams had ten. The nine men Dandy Town Hornets with new goalkeeper Saki Tuzo was able to hold off everything the North Village Rams could throw at them to lift the Bermuda Football Association’s FA Challenge Cup Trophy.

Saturday, April 12, 2014
Bistro Cup Final Round Up

North Village Rams are 2013-14 Bistro Cup Champions

North Village Rams 2 Robin Hood 1

The North Village Rams won the Corona League Bistro Cup Final 2 - 1 over Robin Hood.

Aljame Zuill opened the scoring with a header in the first half, Robin Hood had a chance to equalize early in the second half but Rohan Simons had his spot kick saved by the Glasgow Rangers coach visiting goalkeeper in goal for the North Village Rams.

Simons did equalize soon after with a header before another Glasgow Rangers visitor player earned a penalty for the North Village Rams in the 88 minute and Ralph Bean Jr. slotted the ball home the earn the win.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Wells & Huddersfield Go Down

According to the Huddersfield Town website, Mark Robins described their performance in tonight’s 2-0 home reversal at the hands of Ipswich as the worst he has presided over as a Manager.

“That was absolutely abject. I’ve got to apologize, because that was horrendous; as bad as I’ve seen from any team of mine, and certainly since I walked through the door here. I thought the first-half at Blackpool was bad, but that was really poor. That was the first time I’ve seen us produce a performance that poor,” Mark told htafc.com.

“I’m talking about everybody tonight. I’m not saying they didn’t try – it’s not like they’ve thrown the towel in – but they couldn’t function. We work hard every day on making the players stronger and fitter so they can jump higher and run quicker, but we have to go and do it on the pitch.

“It looks like we don’t do any work during the week; I can see that. If I could have made 11 changes tonight, I would have done. Unfortunately we can’t do that.

“The squad and I deserve the criticism tonight and I can take it. We need people to stand up and be counted; we need leaders. That will be addressed in the coming months.

“This hurts. It’s something I’ve not gone through before, as a player or a Manager. The players are looked after here and I’ve just told them that they should cherish every day they have in football, because it might be taken away from them quicker than they know. They have to go out onto the pitch and prove that they want to be footballers for this Club. Make no bones about it, that is nowhere near good enough to be associated with Huddersfield Town.

“I could stand here and talk for hours and hours. I’ve just spoken at length with the players and they know exactly how I feel. Now they have to grow up and respond.

“We have one or two youngsters in the changing room and tonight they looked overawed by it. They have to learn the lessons, because a night like tonight cannot happen again in their careers. They have to go out and show some steel, with the determination to win that Ipswich showed tonight. That is exactly what it will take to progress.

“We have to show the steel and determination that our supporters crave. They don’t want to boo – they want to get behind the players – but we have to give them something to get behind. This Club is based on hard work and graft; that’s what the supporters understand. What they will not understand is seeing us turn up and think we can win a game of football without showing fight. We need to show the supporters we care.

“It’s alright knocking the ball around, as we did on Saturday, but our holy grail at the moment is a win and back to back good performances. Good performances will eventually get you the results. Tonight we were taking touches back towards our own goal as opposed to being on the front foot.

“We’ve seen plenty of occasions this season where the players have delivered and we have some good players here. Tonight it certainly didn’t click though, and we need to show much more than we have. We can’t dwell on tonight, but we have to learn from it because there is a big game coming up on Saturday against another team going for promotion.

“What I can say is this will be sorted out. We know where the frailties are and what we need to do. We’re focused on getting ready for the game at Derby on Saturday. It will get better, there’s no doubt about that.

“Whatever we do on Saturday and whatever the personnel is, we have to make sure we never see the likes of that performance again.”
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