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Friday, April 28, 2017
Harold Madeiros Fundraising Tournaments

Four clubs who were always rivals on the field have joined forces off the field for a former player.


Harold Madeiros played for BAA, Devonshire Colts, Vasco De Gama and Young Men Social Club in his day, now a committee has been set up among the four clubs to organize a series of events to raise funds to assist with medical for Madeiros.

The events are planned for May 12th and 13th, with a Old Boys Football Match at BAA Field on Friday May 12th, followed by a Golf Tournament on Saturday May 13th.

Anyone wishing to donate or assist with sponsorship can do so by calling Mackie Simmons @ 334-9973, Nolan Walker @ 336-9858 or Fred Lewis @ 292-4539.

In addition persons can get in touch with Executive Members of each club to get further information.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
BFA Referee Course Underway

The Bermuda Football Association’s Referee Committee are hosting a Referee Course, featuring FIFA Instructors, Kelesha Antoine and Victor Stewart.

The Course was officially launch by the Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade at the CedarBridge Academy.

Both Antoine and Stewart introduced themselves and revealed what they are hoping to accomplish during the course.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Wells & Huddersfield Secure Play-off Spot

Picture Curtsey of the Examiner.co.uk
Nahki Wells’ teammate Izzy Brown hit the only goal of the game as Huddersfield secured their Sky Bet Championship play-off place with a 1-0 win against Wolves at Molineux.

On-loan Chelsea striker Brown, who was making his first start since suffering a knee injury against Bristol City last month, struck with his eighth goal of the season from 20 yards in the 31st minute.

Huddersfield had gone into the game knowing that a win would secure them a place in the playoffs as they responded in style to losing 4-1 at home to Fulham last time out.

Wolves slipped to only their third defeat in 11 matches but again toiled in front of their own fans as they failed to score for the third successive home game.

Wolves were forced into a late change when goalkeeper Andy Lonergan was injured in the warm-up and was replaced by Harry Burgoyne.

But it was Burgoyne's opposite number, Danny Ward, who was first into action when he did well to hold on to a near-post header from Dave Edwards in the 10th minute.

Huddersfield's reaction to that let-off was instant and should have led to them taking the lead only for Wells to blaze over the bar from 14 yards.

Wells was then presented with another chance following a cross from former Wolves winger Rajiv van La Parra in the 23rd minute and although this time he managed to get his shot on target it was comfortably dealt with by Burgoyne.

Brown then showed Wells the way to goal in stunning style after being fed by Aaron Mooy.

Brown let fly from 20 yards and the ball whistled past Burgoyne's outstretched right hand.

Wolves sought a quick response and would have got one but for Ward who again saved a header from Edwards following a Ben Marshall free kick.

Ward and the post then combined to deny Wolves an equaliser eight minutes into the second-half when Andreas Weimann had his shot saved and from the follow-up Edwards saw his effort from an acute angle hit the woodwork.

But their hopes of a comeback should have been extinguished in the 69th minute only for substitute Collin Quaner to drill his shot wide after Wolves had failed to clear a Mooy free kick.

Quaner then shot straight at Burgoyne from close range 10 minutes later and had a third effort blocked but Wolves were unable to take advantage of his profligacy in front of goal.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Bermuda Football Referee Corner Eight

www.islandstats.com and the Bermuda Football Association have joined forces in a bid to encourage more Referees to join the ranks.

Weekly www.islandstats.com will be interviewing Referees to discuss several issues including Laws of the game.

This Week on the Bermuda Referee Corner features the Chairman of the Bermuda Football Association’s Referee Committee Crensten Williams as well as Tracey Adams and Lionel Cann to get a look at why they have decided to officiate and also what challenges they have faced.

Monday, April 24, 2017
Lewis & Red Bulls II Draw With Rhinos

Zeiko Lewis and his New York Red Bulls II teammates drew the Rochester Rhinos, 2-2, at Capelli Sport Stadium.

Rochester opened the scoring right before halftime with a right-footed strike from Mike Garzi to beat a diving Evan Louro far post.

Red Bulls II rebounded to start the second half with a quick equalizer. New York was helped by some great hold up play and a quick turn and shot from Brandon Allen to beat the Rhinos goalkeeper in the 50th minute.

15 minutes later in the 65th minute, Vincent Bezecourt would put New York in front after a collision between the Rhinos goalkeeper and centerback fell to the foot of Bezecourt, who easily tapped it in for his fifth goal on the year.

Both sides saw multiple chances leading into stoppage time but neither could convert.

In the final minute of stoppage time, Rochester found the equalizer taking a quick free kick off a Red Bulls II foul that found the head of a leaping Joe Farrell. His header snuck past Louro to end the match as a draw at the death.
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