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Thursday, January 17, 2019
BFA Announce Schedule Change for FA Challenge Cup

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The Bermuda Football Association announced the F.A. Challenge Cup match between the Boulevard Blazers and BAA scheduled for Saturday January 19th at St. David’s has been moved to BAA Field with a kick-off time of 8:00pm.

FA Challenge Cup First Round Saturday January 19th

2:30pm – St. David’s vs. Southampton Rangers @ Lord’s St. David’s
2:30pm – Somerset Eagles vs. Robin Hood @ White Hill Field
8:00pm – Boulevard Blazers vs. BAA @ BAA Field
FA Challenge Cup First Round Sunday January 20th

12noon – Hamilton Parish vs. Somerset Trojans @ Wellington Oval
2:30pm – St. George’s Colts vs. Devonshire Cougars @ Wellington Oval
2:30pm – PHC Zebras vs. North Village Rams @ PHC Stadium
2:30pm – Wolves vs. X-Road’s @ Garrison
2:30pm – Dandy Town Hornets vs. Paget Lions @ St. Johns Field
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
CONCACAF Executive Leadership Forums in Bermuda

BFA President & CONCACAF President
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The Executive Council of the Bermuda Football Association is pleased to announce that CONCACAF will host the first in a series of regional Executive Leadership Forums in Bermuda on Friday, January 18th and Saturday, 19th, 2019.

The objective of such forums is to bring together a small number of National Association Presidents and General Secretaries to discuss various topics related to governance, good-practices, administration and leadership. Most importantly, such forums will give the opportunity for Presidents and General Secretaries to share their vast experiences among each other in order to give a true “practical” learning experience. The idea is not to have only “theory” based sessions but to allow for a more interactive exchange of thoughts and concepts while discussing topics relating to the governance and leadership development of football in our respective National Associations and throughout region generally.

Presidents and General Secretaries from the Bahamas Football Association, Jamaica Football Federation, Turks and Caicos Football Association and US Virgin Islands Football Association will join with BFA President and General Secretary along with The President of CONCACAF Victor Montagliani and other CONCACAF officials as well as delegates representing UEFA in this Leadership Forum.

In addition to this gathering of regional football leaders the BFA Executive Council has invited the CONCACAF delegates along with other special guests to join with them at a dinner to recognize the Bermuda Football Association’s ninety (90) years of administering football in Bermuda.

BFA President Mark Wade said he is “humbled and feels very honored that CONCACAF has chosen the Bermuda Football Association and Bermuda generally as the host for the very first in the series of regional Leadership Forums. The opportunity to celebrate 90 years of football under the auspices of the Bermuda Football Association on this occasion promises to be another great moment in football’s history here in Bermuda.

The Leadership Forum and the Anniversary Dinner will be held at the Fairmont Southampton Princess.

 
 
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
2018 CONCACAF Awards Winners Announced

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The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced the winners of the 2018 CONCACAF Awards.

Back on December 11th www.islandstats.com revealed that Bermuda’s Women’s Under 15 National Team coach Vance Brown had been nominated as a Women’s Football Coach of the Year 2018.

Unfortunately Brown did not finish in the top three of the category.

Jamaica Women's National coach Hue Menzies was voted the Women's Football Coach of the Year, Jill Ellis from the United States Women's National Team was second in the voting and then Monica Vergara Mexico’s U-17 Women's National Team finished third.

Male Player of the Year

1. Hirving Lozano (MEX) - PSV Eindhoven/NED

2. Keylor Navas (CRC) - Real Madrid CF/ESP
3. Sebastian Giovinco (ITA) - Toronto FC/CAN

Female Player of the Year

1. Alex Morgan (USA) - Orlando Pride/USA

2. Khadija Shaw (JAM) - University of Tennessee/USA
3. Lindsey Horan (USA) - Portland Thorns FC/USA

Male Goalkeeper of the Year

1. Keylor Navas (CRC) - Real Madrid CF/ESP

2. Guillermo Ochoa (MEX) - Standard Liège/BEL
3. Cody Laurendi (PUR) - Oklahoma City Energy/USA

Female Goalkeeper of the Year

1. Alyssa Naeher (USA) - Chicago Red Starts/USA

2. Yenith Bailey (PAN) - Sporting SM/PAN
3. Stephanie Labbe (CAN) - Linköpings FC/SWE

Men's Football Coach of the Year

1. Matias Almeyda (ARG) - San Jose Earthquakes/USA (Formerly CD Guadalajara/MEX)

2. Remko Bicentini (CUW) - Curacao National Team
3. Juan Carlos Osorio (COL) - Paraguay National Team (Formerly Mexico National Team)

Women's Football Coach of the Year

1. Hue Menzies (JAM) - Jamaica Women's National Team/Florida Kraze Krush/USA

2. Jill Ellis (USA) - United States Women's National Team
3. Monica Vergara (MEX) - Mexico U-17 Women's National Team

Male Referee of the Year

1. Cesar Arturo Ramos (MEX)

2. Mark Geiger (USA)
3. Joel Aguilar (SLV)

Female Referee of the Year

1. Lucila Venegas (MEX)

2. Crystal Sobers (TRI)
3. Carol Anne Chenard (CAN)

Goal of the Year

1. Joe Corona (MEX) - SCCL: Club America (MEX) vs Tauro FC (PAN), 19'

2. Alan Pulido (MEX) - SCCL: CD Guadalajara (MEX) vs Toronto FC (CAN), 72'
3. Khadija Shaw (JAM) - CWC: Jamaica vs Cuba, 2'

Outstanding Performance Award

Jamaica Women's National Team
Sunday, January 13, 2019
Premier & First Division Round Up

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PREMIER DIVISION

PHC Zebras 2 Devonshire Cougars 1


After a scoreless first half at the PHC Stadium between the PHC Zebras and the Devonshire Cougars, Marco Warren gave the PHC Zebras the lead in the 56th minute when his low shot went in off the upright. Zari Simmons equalized for the Devonshire Cougars with a goal in the 72nd minute. Kushae Hypolite would score the winner for the PHC Zebras in injury time.

Dandy Town Hornets 3 Paget Lions 2

The Dandy Town Hornets left it to the end, but they came from behind to defeat the Paget Lions 3 – 2. Kwame Steede gave the Dandy Town Hornets the lead in the 3rd minute, but Dion Stovell equalized for the Paget Lions in the 42nd minute, Stovell would score his second of the game in the 63rd minute to give the Paget Lions the lead. The Dandy Town Hornets would draw level in the 87th minute through Angelo Simmons and then two minutes later Simmons would score the winner.

Boulevard Blazers 1 BAA 4

The Boulevard Blazers and BAA went to battle at Lords in St. David’s. BAA would pick up the win coming out on top 4 – 1. BAA would get lone strikes from Nathan Rego, Keishen Bean, Jibri Salaam and Troy Tucker, with Boulevard Blazers player coach Ian Coke finding the back of the net for the home team.

X-Road’s 1 North Village Rams 1

At the Garrison Field, X-Road’s and the North Village Rams played to a 1 – 1 draw. Marcellos Thomas gave the North Village Rams the lead in the 25th minute, with Teiko Lowe equalizing for X-Road’s in the 47th minute.

FIRST DIVISION

Southampton Rangers 1 Hamilton Parish 0


The Southampton Rangers remained undefeated in the First Division following their 1 – 0 win over Hamilton Parish at the Southampton Oval. The lone goal came in the 19th minute with Jarazinho Bassett scoring.

Somerset Eagles 2 St. George’s Colts 1

At the White Hill Field the Somerset Eagles came from behind to defeat the St. George’s Colts 2 – 1. The St. George’s Colts would take the lead in the 21st minute when Micah Mendes scored, but the Somerset Eagles would equalize in the 69th minute when Tahj Wade scored. Leo Burgess would then score the winner for the Somerset Eagles in the 75th minute.

Devonshire Colts 4 Wolves 2

At the Police Field, Devonshire Colts would defeat a 10-men Wolves team 4 – 2, Wolves had player/coach Vincent minors sent off in the first half, Devonshire Colts were led by Chermal Henry who scored a hat-trick, with Daniel Ball adding the other, while Wolves got a goal from Hopde Burrows and Lamelle Paynter.

Vasco 0 Flanagan’s Onion’s 8

Vasco would go down 8 – 0 to the Flanagan’s Onions in their match at the Bernard Park, Treshun Smith would lead the Flanagan’s Onions to victory with 4 goals, while Mikale Williams, Paul Smith, Jah-von Morgan and Daniel Alhner all added a goal each.

 
 
Saturday, January 12, 2019
Premier & First Division Round Up

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PREMIER DIVISION

Somerset Trojans 3 Robin Hood 5


Robin Hood travelled to the Somerset Cricket Club looking to take over the top of the Premier Division standings, while the Somerset Trojans were hoping to close the gap on the ninth place team in the Standings, but in the end fans were treated to eight goals, ironically Robin Hood scored 7 times in their 5 – 3 victory.

Tomiko Goater would give Robin Hood the lead in the 7th minute, Antwan Russell would double the lead when he found the back of the net in the 11th minute. In the 25th minute Daniel Andrade would make it 3 – 0 to Robin Hood, before Russell would make it 4 – 0 in the 34th minute and then Goater would find the back of the net in the 43rd minute to extend the Robin Hood lead to 5 – 0.

The Somerset Trojans would stage a comeback, albeit it with the assistance of Robin Hood, they pulled a goal back in the 55th minute through an own goal, Robin Hood would score a second own goal in the 68th minute before D’Andre Wainwrigh scored in 80th minute for the Somerset Trojans to make the score 5 – 3. Neither team would score again as Robin Hood take over the top spot in the Premier Division.

FIRST DIVISION

Young Men Social Club 6 Ireland Rangers 1


Young Men Social Club would defeat Ireland Rangers 6 – 1 in their First Division match at Bernard Park.

Young Men Social Club would be led to victory by Nique Armstrong who scored a hat-trick, while Makai Young added two goals and Dahlano Simmons scored the other, Rashaun Seaman would score the Ireland Rangers lone goal.

 
 
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