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Tuesday, May 03, 2016
Pictures Posted from Week of Sports

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Once again Sports has proven it continues to bring people in our communities together in Bermuda and www.islandstats.com has covered most of them over the last week and today we have posted galleries of nine different events in each Sports Page.

This past week saw www.islandstats.com cover YAO Baseball Marlins-CUBS, BCB Twenty20 Semi-Finals, Spring Show Horse Jumping, Karting BASE Race Day, Sir Stanley Burgess Road Race, Wednesday Night Sailing, Commercial Summer League Softball, BLTA Open Singles Tennis Challenge and BNAA D.A.S.H Track Meet.

Click Here to see the YAO Baseball Marlins-CUBS Pictures



Click Here to see the BCB Twenty20 Semi-Finals Pictures


Click Here to see the Spring Show Horse Jumping Pictures


Click Here to see the Karting BASE Race Day Pictures


Click Here to see the Sir Stanley Burgess Road Race Pictures


Click Here to see the Wednesday Night Sailing Pictures


Click Here to see the Commercial Summer League Softball Pictures


Click Here to see the BLTA 2016 Open Singles Tennis Challenge Pictures


Click Here to see the BNAA D.A.S.H Track Meet Pictures
Monday, May 02, 2016
Hayward Concludes Competing in BISFed World Open Boccia

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Omar Hayward traveled to Montreal to compete in the BISFed World Open Boccia Competition, where approximately 90 Elite Athletes from 15 countries competed in a bid to gain valuable world ranking points.

Competing in the BC1 Division, Hayward finished with a record of 1 win and 3 losses, Hayward won a total of 13 points, while his opponents overall gained 25 points.

In Game 1, Hayward got off to a dream start recording a 6 – 1 win over German Calderon from Chile, however Hayward fell 11 – 0 in his second match to Cornelius Oatis from the USA.

Hayward fell to 1 & 2 after he went down 8 – 3 to Dongwon Lee from Korea, and then his last game went down to a nail bitter as Hayward was leading 4-2, but Wonjong Yoo from Korea scored three points in the last end with one ball left to throw in which he secured the winning point.

Sara Corday a Boccia Bermuda Director said, “Hayward has great potential in this sport and we predict that it won't be long before he is on the podium. We have to keep in mind that this is only his second tournament. He is dedicated and practices for hours every day.”

“We are very proud of Omar's accomplishments for Bermuda and we look forward to future tournaments,” concluded Corday.

Saturday, April 30, 2016
Scraders & Perinchief Compete in Drake Relays

Scraders & Perinchief
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Jah-Nhai Perinchief and Kyrah Scraders represented Iowa Central Community College at the 2016 Drake Relays America's Athletic Classic in Des Moines, Iowa.

Scraders was a member of the Iowa Central Women’s 1600 Meters Sprint Medley Relay team that finished 2nd clocking a time of 4:04.93, Scraders ran the anchor leg.

Perinchief continues to impress in the Men’s High Jump for Universities and Colleges as he finished second with a top leap of 2.18m.
Thursday, April 28, 2016
BSSF Badminton Senior School Round Up

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Joshua Thorne was a double winner during the Bermuda School Sports Federations Under 16 Senior School Badminton tournament.

Thorne defeated schoolmate Taylor Carrick in the Singles Final and then the two teamed together to win the Doubles tournament over the Warwick pair of Anaya Smith and Scott Redmond.

Pedro Araujo from MSA won the Overs Title defeating Warwick’s Brady Cordeiro, Cordeiro and Benjamin Barnett won the Doubles title over Araujo and Cory Simas.

UNDER 16 DIVISION

QUARTER FINALS

11 Joshua Thorne (WA1)
03 Kristofer Lewis (MSA3)

11 Scott Redmond (WA3)
09 Caelyn Peters (MSA1)

11 Anaya Smith (WA4)
08 Riley Rego (MSA2)

11 Taylor Carrick (WA2)
06 Blake Horseman (MSA4)

SEMI FINALS

11 Joshua Thorne (WA1)
07 Scott Redmond (WA3)

11 Taylor Carrick (WA2)
05 Anaya Smith (WA4)

FINAL

11 Joshua Thorne (WA1)
07 Taylor Carrick (WA2)

UNDER 16 DOUBLES

11 Thorne/Carrick (WA1)
09 Peters/Rego (MSA1)

11 Smith/Redmond (WA2)
09 Lewis/Horesman (MSA2)

FINAL

11 Thorne/Carrick (WA1)
04 Smith/Redmond (WA2)

OVER 16 SINGLES

11 Aidan Thorne (WA1)
09 Joshua Rowse (CBA3)

11 Brady Cordeiro (WA3)
03 Benjamin Barnett (WA2)

11 Cory Simas (MSA2)
07 Tafari Trott (SAL4)

11 Pedro Araujo (MSA1)
07 Daniel Marshall (SAL3)

SEMI FINAL

11 Pedro Araujo (MSA1)
07 Cory Simas (MSA2)

11 Brady Cordeiro (WA3)
06 Aidan Thorne (WA1)

FINAL

11 Pedro Araujo (MSA1)
09 Brady Cordeiro (WA3)

OVER 16 DOUBLES

11 Corderio/Barnett (WA1)
08 Thorne/Matthew Daniel (WA2)

11 Simas/Araujo (MSA1)
08 Javaaid Smith/Joshua Rowse (CBA1)

FINAL

11 Cordeiro/Barnett (WA1)
07 Araujo/Simas (MSA1)
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Mussenden Could be part of FIFA Statutes Council

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FIFA’s extensive reform package has officially become part of the world football governing body’s Statutes.

The reforms, passed unanimously at the Extraordinary Congress in Zurich in February, where Gianni Infantino was elected as President, include the establishment of a 37-strong FIFA Council to replace the current ruling Executive Committee.

The Council is due to have its first meeting on May 9th and 10th ahead of the organization’s Congress in Mexico City, which will include the current 25 Executive Committee members.

In a bid to address the gender imbalance within the governing body, six of these must be women.

The only current female Executive Committee member is Australian Moya Dodd.

If Bermuda Football Association President Larry Mussenden is successful in his bid to become the next CONCACAF President he will be one of the eight vice-presidents who will feature on the Council – three from UEFA and one each from the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL), the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

New additions to the Council will be discussed in the Mexican city before the deadline for the respective Confederations to elect their proposed members comes on September 30th.

The first full gathering of the new ruling body will then be held on October 13th and 14th.

The reforms also include limiting the head of the corruption-plagued organization to three four-year terms, meaning no President can serve for longer than 12 years.

The President, FIFA Council members and the yet-to-be-appointed secretary general will all have to disclose their salaries under the reforms.

The new Statures will also see the number of Standing Committees cut from 26 to nine to increase efficiency, while all members of such groups will have to undergo integrity checks, conducted by an independent FIFA Review Panel.

In order to improve transparency in the organization, a dedicated Football Stakeholders Committee will be established, made up of players and representatives from clubs and leagues, a crucial step to including those involved in the game at the top level of footballing governance.

Greater transparency, through the declaration of the sums of money earned by the top brass, will also come into effect, along with a new human rights statute.

The proposals were developed by the FIFA Reform Committee, led by Swiss lawyer François Carrard, and were approved by the Executive Committee last December, who then urged the voting Member Associations to pass the package at the Extraordinary Congress.

The changes to the governance of FIFA came amid the worst crisis to ever hit the organization, with 41 officials and entities having been indicted by the United States Department of Justice on various corruption charges.

Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter and current UEFA chief Michel Platini were initially banned from all footballing activity for eight years in December for a series of ethics breaches before their suspensions were reduced to six on appeal earlier this year.

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