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Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Leverock & JK Navra Trans Win

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Dante Leverock and his JK Navra Trans teammates defeated Tammeka 2 – 1 in Estonia Premier Division action.

Viktor Plotnikov gave JK Navra Trans the lead in the 40th minute from the penalty spot, but two minutes later the score was 1 – 1 when Tauno Tekko converted from the spot for Tammeka.

The winner would come in stoppage time when Eduard Golovljov scored earning JK Navra Trans the win.
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Bermuda's European Footballers Round Up

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NAHKI WELLS

Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates have recorded their first away win of their Sky Bet Championship season after securing a 2-1 victory against Bolton Wanderers at the University of Bolton Stadium.

A first-half effort from midfielder Luke Freeman and a well-taken second-half goal from Ebere Eze proved the difference for Steve McClaren’s, who held on for the three points despite Josh Magennis pulling one back for the home side.

REGGIE LAMBE

Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates were put to the sword by a clinical Colchester United who ran away 3-0 winners in Sky Bet League Two.

Despite some decent spells in possession from United, the U’s lost the game in both boxes with their Essex opponents showing a more ruthless killer instinct. Sammie Szmodics and Frank Nouble gave the hosts a two goal cushion in the first half, before Courtney Senior completed the score line in the second period.

Having returned from international duty Lambe stepped back into the U’s starting eleven, alongside center back Greg Taylor who made his first start following a hamstring injury as United’s only two changes.

DANTE LEVEROCK

Dante Leverock and his JK Navra Trans teammates remained in 4th place in the Estonia Premier Division with a 2 – 2 draw with second place Flora.

Flora would take the lead in the 28th minute when Zakaria Beglarishvili scored, but Viktor Plotnikov drew JK Navra Trans level at 1 – 1 in the 51st minute.

In the 58th minute JK Navra Trans would go in front when Dmitry Barkov scored, but Erik Sorga would draw Flora level at 2 – 2 two minutes later.

DJAIR PARFITT-WILLIAMS

Djair Parfitt-Williams’ NJ Rudar Velenje teammates struggle in the Slovenian PrvaLiga continued as they remain on the bottom of the standing following a 1 – 0 loss to Celje.

The only goal of the game came in the 10th minute when Mitja Lotrič scored.

ZEIKO LEWIS

Zeiko Lewis and his HK Kopavogur teammates recorded a 3 – 0 win over IR in Iceland.

Lewis and his teammates are League Leaders with 48 points from 21 matches.

Birkir Valur Jónsson gave them the lead in the 38th minute, Brynjar Jónasson doubled the lead in the 45th minute.

Ingiberg Ólafur Jónsson would score in the 58th minute to make it 3 – 0.

WILLIE CLEMONS

Willie Clemons and his Bodens BK recorded a 1 - 0 victory at Ytterhogdal. Jack Serrant-Green scored the match's only goal from penalty spot in the first half.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Collins Finishes 57th in WEG Dressage

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The World Equestrian Games in the Dressage concluded with Annabelle Collins watching from the sidelines.

Collins riding Joyero VG on Day One was 27th with a score of 66.118%.

Day two saw the second half of the competitors take to the Center Ring and Collins slipped to 57th overall.
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Brangman Forced to Withdraw From Games

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The World Equestrian Games got underway under a cloud of controversy in the Endurance Race.

Bermuda’s Marvin Brangman withdrew his horse after a lengthy delay due to an official error.

Speaking exclusively to www.islandstats.com, Brangman said, “After 20 miles we were looking pretty good even getting great vet scores at first inspection. Then we learned that the officials for Endurance made a huge screw-up at the start by sending some of the riders the wrong way too soon and the rest of the riders a different way causing major conflict it was a complete mess.”

Brangman went on to say, “They decided to start the race over so we had to wait for two hours for everyone to complete the first loop during that time we noticed behavioral changes in the horse. Unfortunately we decided to retire her.”

“After having her checked out by the vets we discovered increase in muscle enzymes that caused cramping and tightness,” continued Brangman.

Brangman continued, “After minimal treatment she was released from the vet clinic in good condition she’s currently in her stall happily eating and drinking. Turned out to be a good call by Lori Shifflitt could’ve turned out to be much worse.”

Brangman concluded, “There’s still a whole lot of protests and drama going on concerning the false start so we will see what the end result will be between today and tomorrow.”

 
 
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
2018 World Equestrian Games Underway

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Mill Spring, North Carolina, joined one of the most exclusive clubs on the planet as the 2018 World Equestrian Games got underway.

The event’s opening ceremonies featured acts from country music singers Joe Lasher and Hunter Hayes, along with the landing of a parachute demonstration team timed to coincide with the end of Emma Hayes’ national anthem performance.

Marvin Brangman was the Bermuda Flagbearer for the ceremony.

Over the next 12 days, a scenic site near the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina is set to become the capital of the horse sports world, as the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games take place at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. More than 1,300 elite riders and horses in eight disciplines are expected in the U.S., as Games officials monitor hurricane risks offshore
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