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Monday, February 27, 2017
Bermuda Football League Stats & Standings

Ian Coke Premier Leading Scorer
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A total of nine combined Premier and First Division matches took place over the weekend, with a total of 33 goals scored. Today www.islandstats.com brings you the updated Standings and Leading Goalscorers in the Premier and First Divisions.

PREMIER DIVISION

Robin Hood are the League Leaders with 35 points, with the PHC Zebras in second with 34 points, North Village Rams are in 3rd place with 32 points.

Ian Coke from the Boulevard Blazers is the League Leading goalscorer with 19, while Angelo Simmons from the Dandy Town Hornets is in second with 16 goals, Shayne Hollis from the North Village Rams has 12 goals on the season. Cecoy Robinson from the PHC Zebras has found the back of the net 10 times.

Premier Division Standings

35 Robin Hood

34 PHC Zebras
32 North Village Rams
25 Devonshire Cougars
21 Somerset Trojans
19 Boulevard Blazers
12 Dandy Town Hornets
12 Somerset Eagles
10 Flanagan's Onions
04 Devonshire Colts

Premier Division Leading Goalscorers

19 Ian Coke - Boulevard Blazers

16 Angelo Simmons - Dandy Town Hornets
12 Shayne Hollis - North Village Rams
10 Cecoy Robinson - PHC Zebras
08 Antwan Russell - Robin Hood
07 Jonathan Bean - Somerset Trojans
07 Shakir Smith - Robin Hood
07 Kyle Jones - Devonshire Colts

FIRST DIVISION

Young Men Social Clubís and X-Roadís have been promoted to the Premier Division following 1 - 0 victories over the weekend, Young Men Social Club lead the league with 39 points, while X-Roadís are in second with 37 points. The St. Georgeís Colts are in third with 24 points on goal difference.

Donovon Thompson from the St. Georgeís Colts is leading the goalscoring department with 12 goals, with Tyrell Burgess from BAA in second with 11 goals. Clay Darrell from Young Men Social Club, Dunte Albouy from St. Davidís have been joined by Jahron Dickinson with 10 goals.

First Division League Standings

39 Young Men Social Club

37 X-Road's
24 St. George's Colts
24 St. David's
19 BAA
19 Paget Lions
18 Southampton Rangers
14 Wolves
09 Hamilton Parish
04 Ireland Rangers

First Division Leading Goalscorers

16 Donovon Thompson - St. George's Colts

12 Tyrell Burgess - BAA
10 Clay Darrell - Young Men Social Club
10 Dunte Albouy - St. David's
10 Jahron Dickinson - St. George's Colts
09 Kontaicf Burton - St. David's
08 Tyquan Perinchief - X-Road's

Click Here to see the Current Bermuda Football Premier & First Division Standings and Leading Goalscorers
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Premier & First Division Round Up

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X-Roadís with a 1 - 0 win over St. Davidís created history for the club by clinching a promotion spot, X-Roadís have been involved in the Bermuda Football Association Senior League Football for less than twenty years, while Young Men Social Club ended a 37 year top flight drought with a 1 - 0 win over Wolves. Young Men Social have advanced to the Premier Division for the 2017/18 League Season.

FIRST DIVISION

Wolves 0 Young Men Social Club 1


After a scoreless first half at the Devonshire Recreation Club, Saki Tuzo scored in the 69th minute to earn them the points needed to officially be promoted.

X-Roadís 1 St. Davidís 0

Jamin Furbertís 74th minute strike was enough to get X-Roadís over the finish line and be promoted to the Premier Division with a 1 - 0 win over St. Davidís.

Paget Lions 1 BAA 1

At the Southampton Oval, scenes at the end of the game with no press around to take the highlights as Paget and BAA drew 1 - 1. Y-Ron Astwood had given the Paget Lions the lead in the 8th minute, but in stoppage time that was added for time wasting BAAís Jordan Dill scored, but the Paget players showed their disapproval of the added time.

Ireland Rangers 2 Hamilton Parish 4

At Malabar, Ireland Rangers were looking to pick up where they left off a week ago, however Hamilton Parish was not having any of it winning 4 - 2. John Hunt Tucker scored twice for Hamilton Parish, who also go single strikes from Nigel Tucker-Talbot and Tareek Webb, while Jiriko Powell and Kirt Brown scored a goal each for Ireland Rangers.

St. Georgeís Colts 12 Southampton Rangers 1

Donovon Thompson found the back of the net five times helping the St. Georgeís Colts defeat the Southampton Rangers 12 - 1 at the Wellington Oval. Jahron Dickinson added two goals, while Allan Douglas Jr., Charles Marshall, Jordan Darrell, Kyle Denbroke and Jarazhino Bassett all added a goal each. Dominique Hill scored the lone goal for the Southampton Rangers.

PREMIER DIVISION

Boulevard Blazers 2 Somerset Trojans 2


At the Police field, the Boulevard Blazers and the Somerset Trojans played to a 2 - 2 draw. Takeyhi Walker scored a stunner in the 12th minute to give the Boulevard Blazers the lead, but Zahkie Iris equalized for the Somerset Trojans in the 19th minute. Tahj Wade gave the Somerset Trojans the lead with five minutes to go, but Ian Coke would equalize for the Boulevard Blazers in the 89th minute.

Flanaganís Onions 1 Somerset Eagles 1

At the BAA Field, Cardel Henry gave visiting Somerset Eagles the lead in the 7th minute, but Treshun Smith equalized for the Flanaganís Onions in the 43rd minute as the two teams played to a 1 - 1 draw.

Devonshire Cougars 2 Devonshire Colts 1

At the Devonshire Rec. the home team Devonshire Cougars went ahead in the 1st minute when Shakii Pearman scored, but Kyle Jones would level the score at 1 - 1 when he found the back of the net for the Devonshire Colts in the 42nd minute. Trey Tucker would give the Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 67th minute and that proved to be the winner.


 
 
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Premier Division Round Up

Shannon Burchall scored the lone goal
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Robin Hood 1 PHC Zebras 0

Robin Hood are the new Premier Division League Leaders following their 1 - 0 win over previous leaders PHC Zebras at the BAA Field.

The lone goal in this game came within the first three minutes as Shannon Burchall connected to give Robin Hood the lead and the win.
Friday, February 24, 2017
Hall & Limerick FC Off to a Winning Start

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Freddy Hall and his Limerick Football Club teammates won their SSE Airtricity Premier Division season opener defeating Sligo Rovers 5 - 1 at the Markets Field.

Hall was unfortunate not to record a shutout, but Limerick with a hattrick from Rodrigo Tosi, with single goals from Ian Turner and Lee Lynch earned them the win and top of the table on goal difference.

Hall was called into action in the 14th minute when he tipped the ball over the crossbar earning Sligo a corner that Hall picking it out of the air.

Down 3 - 0 Sligo pull one back through substitute Matthew Stevens, some good pressure from Sligo in the lead up to the goal. Hall was able to block an initial shot but the rebound fell nicely into the path of Stevens who made no mistake.
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Hall Featured in Limerick Radio Promo

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Freddy Hall and his Limerick teammates kick off their SSE Airtricity Premier Division Season on Friday February 24th.

Limerick returned to the League of Irelandís top flight after winning the First Division title with 75 points from 28 games, finishing 23 points ahead of second-placed Drogheda.

With the new season set to kick off, Hall is featured in a radio promo to help boost the Limerick fans.




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