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Sunday, December 04, 2016
First & Premier Division Round Up

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FIRST DIVISION

Paget Lions 5 Hamilton Parish 0


At the Southampton Oval, the Paget lions came away with a 5 - 0 win over visiting Hamilton Parish. Jahniya Richardson gave Paget the lead in the 10th minute, that lead was doubled 20 minutes later when Jenson Rogers scored, Dion Stovell made it 3 - 0 in the 38th minute. In the 83rd minute Y-Ron Astwood found the back of the net to make it 4 - 0 and then Marco Piper closed out the scoring two minutes later.

X-Road’s - Wolves - Postponed

This match at the Garrison Field did not get started as only one junior match officials showed.

St. George’s Colts 9 Ireland Rangers 0

At the Wellington Oval the St. George’s Colts got two goals from Jarazhino Bassett and Jahron Dickinson as they defeated Ireland Rangers 9 - 0. Donovan Thompson, Jahkai Brangman, Kyle Denbroke a penalty from Allan Douglas and an own goal added to the scoreline.

Young Men Social Club 1 St. David’s 1

At the PHC Stadium, for the second week in a row the league leaders Young Men Social Club were held to a 1 - 1 draw. Young Men Social Club took a 1 - 0 lead in the 20th minute when Nique Armstrong scored, but St. David’s drew level in the 52nd minute when Kontaicf Burton scored, neither team could beat the opposing goalkeeper for the remainder of the game as they shared the points.

BAA 4 Southampton Rangers 1

At the BAA Field, the home team got goals from LaQuan Thomas, Jahkari Furbert, Tyrell Burgess and Shamari Sanders, while Davion Roberts scored the lone goal for the Southampton Rangers.

PREMIER DIVISION

PHC Zebras 2 North Village Rams 2


The PHC Zebras and the North Village Rams played to a 2 - 2 draw at the PHC Stadium. The PHC Zebras got goals from Cecoy Robinson and Tristan Hall, while Keishen Bean scored both goals for the North Village Rams.

Boulevard Blazers 1 Devonshire Cougars 2

At the Police Field, the Devonshire Cougars continue the march up the standings picking up a 2 - 1 win over the Boulevard Blazers. Mikkiel Thomas gave the visiting Devonshire Cougars the lead in the 18th minute, Ian Coke would equalize for the Boulevard Blazers in the 51st minute, the Devonshire Cougars would go back in front with what proved to be the winner when Machi Battersbee scored in the 68th minute.

Somerset Eagles 0 Robin Hood 4

At the White Hill Field, the visiting Robin Hood defeated the home team Somerset Eagles 4 - 0. Robin Hood got a goal each from Donte Brangman, Shakir Smith, Lejuan Simmons and Dante Taylor.
Saturday, December 03, 2016
Bermuda Football Premier Division Round Up
Flanagan’s Onions 1 Dandy Town Hornets 5

The Premier Division defending champions Dandy Town Hornets picked up their win of the season following their 5 - 1 win over the Flanagan’s Onions.

Following their 6 - 4 loss to the Devonshire Colts last weekend, the Dandy Town Hornets commanded all parts of the game.

Angelo Simons scored four times for the Dandy Town Hornets, while Korvon Tucker added the other, with Keston Lewis scoring the lone goal for the Flanagan’s Onions.
Friday, December 02, 2016
Bermuda Football Premier Division Round Up
Somerset Trojans 4 Devonshire Colts 3

At the Somerset Cricket Club, the Somerset Trojans defeated the Devonshire Colts 4 - 3. Jonathan Bean gave the Somerset Trojans the lead in the 7th minute, but Mateo Issac equalized for the Devonshire Colts in the 13th minute. The Devonshire Colts went ahead 2 - 1 in the 40th minute with a goal from Eli Smith, Damon Swan equalized for the Somerset Trojans in the 51st minute, the the visitors would go back in front in the 68th minute with a goal from Lozendro Symonds. Bean would pull the Somerset Trojans level in the 75th minute and then he would complete his hat-trick with a goal in the 86th minute to earn the home team all three points.
Friday, December 02, 2016
Corona League BTC Cup Draw

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The BTC Cup was made in the BTC store by Michael McGrath, president of the Corona League and Chris Wright of BTC. The draw produced some very interesting fixtures and Pool C already looks like the preverbial Group of Death.

This season's top scorer in the league, Shakir Smith, will be hoping to add to his tally in the cup as Lock & Key come up against 2016 league champions Robin Hood and West End United. In group A three evenly matched sides in Butterfield & Vallis, Tuff Dogs and Vasco will battle it out for the top two qualifying places. Flanagans Onions will be the favourites to progress from Group B but Footy Kings and BAA will be hoping they can shake off their current league form with a good cup run.

The 2016/2017 sees a new format with the introduction of a group stage, rather than the previous straight up knock-out format, with three groups of three teams. Group games will be played on the 9th December and the 20th January. The two top placed teams earn a bye for the first knock-out round which will decide who meets them in the semi-finals. The knock-out stage takes place on the 17th February before the semi-finals on the 10th March. The final will take place on the 21st April with all games played at the BAA grounds.

The opening rounds of fixtures sees Butterfield & Vallis take on Tuff Dogs and West United against Robin Hood on the Friday night and Flanagan's Onions versus Footy Kings on Saturday afternoon.

The telecoms and internet provider is now the title sponsor of the Corona League's cup competition with the tournament now called the BTC Cup. The sponsorship of the cup adds to BTC's sports sponsorships which also includes Beat the Couch, the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association and the u-12 Super Summer Cricket Series who they co-sponsor with Digicel.

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
BTC Sponsor Corona League Cup Tournament

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The Corona League has unveiled BTC as the new sponsor of their cup competition. The telecoms and internet provider has agreed a two-year deal which will see them become title sponsor with the tournament now called the BTC Cup.

The 2016/2017 also sees a new format with the introduction of a group stage, rather than the previous straight up knock-out format, with three groups of three teams. Group games will be played on the 9th December, the 20th January and the 17th February. Two group topping teams will be drawn out the cup for a bye for the first knock-out round which will decide who meets them in the semi-finals. The knock-out night takes place on the 1st March before the semi-finals on the 10th March. The final will take place on the 21st April with all games played at the BAA Goose Gosling Field.

Michael McGrath, president of the Corona League said, “It’s a real fresh start for the cup as we have an exciting new format as well as a major new sponsor in the form of BTC, who we warmly welcome. We’re confident the addition of the group stage will provide more competitive games and excitement for the players and fans. As group stages are good enough for the UEFA Champion’s League they’re good enough for the BTC Cup!”

“When we were approached by the Corona League to become the sponsor of the cup we didn’t have to give it much thought,” explained Chris Wright from BTC. “Like BTC, the league and the cup play such a big part in Bermudian life that is was a natural fit. We’re big football fans here, with the annual match against BELCO a real highlight among staff and I know many of them compete in the Corona League and love it. We’re looking forward to the next two years, and the small matter of the draw this Thursday which will no doubt result in some interesting matches.”

The sponsorship of the cup adds to BTC’s sports sponsorships which also includes Beat the Couch, the Bermuda Cricket Umpires Association and the u-12 Super Summer Cricket Series who they co-sponsor with Digicel.
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