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Sunday, December 16, 2018
Winter Olympic Hopeful Set For Season Opener

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The U.S. Selection Moguls and Dual Moguls Events are held in December at the start of each season, this year will see Bermuda Winter Olympic hopeful John Leseur taking part.

The event is used to qualify skiers to start in NorAm competitions and possible starts in U.S. World Cups. Athletes invited for Moguls or Dual Moguls will be granted starts in both Moguls and Dual Moguls.

Leseur will be competing he is the 3rd boy and final member of the Team.

The 2018 U.S. Selection Events for Moguls and Dual Moguls are December 16th – 22nd, 2018 in Winter Park, Colorado.
Saturday, December 15, 2018
Bermuda's English Footballers Round Up
NAHKI WELLS

Nahki Wells and his Queens Park Rangers teammates returned to winning ways thanks to a deserved 2-1 victory against one of the Sky Bet Championship promotion favorites in Middlesbrough.

In truth, Queens Park Rangers were excellent value for the win at Loftus Road – twice breaching a Boro defense who had only conceded 14 goals in 21 league affairs previously.

Pawel Wszolek got the ball rolling for QPR with a close-range effort in just the fourth minute, ahead of Tony Pulis’ charges drawing level through George Saville in the 51st minute.

It was Steve McClaren and his Rangers team who were ultimately triumphant, though, thanks to Wells’ emphatic finish on 60 minutes

A quickly-taken free-kick to Ebere Eze him subsequently pick out Pawel Wszolek down the right, before the Pole’s pull-back was hammered home by Wells for his 5th of the season.

REGGIE LAMBE

Reggie Lambe and his Cambridge United teammates finished 0 – 0 in their relegation battle with Yeovil Town.

Lambe and his teammates 22nd with 20 points, while Yeovil are in 19th place with 22 points.

JONTE SMITH

Jonte Smith and his Lewes teammates match against Margate was abandoned due to torrential rain and a waterlogged pitch.

The game was still scoreless when the referee called a halt to the game.

 
 
Friday, December 14, 2018
Wells Features for Middlesbrough Visit

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Can Queens Park Rangers return to winning ways when Middlesbrough head to Loftus Road tomorrow (Saturday, kick-off 3pm)?

Ahead of the visit of promotion-chasing Boro in the Sky Bet Championship, be sure to pick up the latest edition of Hoops – QPR’s official matchday programme – in good time.

Goal-getter Nahki Wells is the subject of ‘The Big Interview’ in Issue 14. Saturday’s Hoops is another 84-page effort that again includes our 2018/19 two-sided front cover.

All season long, we’re featuring players who have starred for either Rangers or our visitors on the day. Kevin Gallen (QPR) and Fabrizio Ravanelli (Middlesbrough) line up this time around.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
BFA President Wade Speaks On Brown Nomination

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Following our story from yesterday that Vance Brown has been nominated as a candidate for CONCACAF Women’s Coach of the Year 2018, we asked the Bermuda Football Association President Mark Wade his thoughts on Brown receiving the acknowledgment among the Region.

Wade said, “It is fantastic to see that Brown has been acknowledged and I encourage all of Bermuda to get on your laptops and your phones to vote for Brown.”

Steps to Vote for Vance Brown: log onto concacaf.com, find awards, click the vote link, scroll down and find Women’s Football Coach of the Year and click link, Brown is down in the bottom right hand corner, click Brown and then click Vote

 
 
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Brown - CONCACAF Women’s Coach of the Year Nominee

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www.islandstats.com can reveal that Bermuda’s Women’s Under 15 National Team coach Vance Brown has been nominated as a Women’s Football Coach of the Year 2018.

Steps to Vote for Vance Brown: log onto concacaf.com, find awards, click the vote link, scroll down and find Women’s Football Coach of the Year and click link, Brown is down in the bottom right hand corner, click Brown and then click Vote

The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) announced the nominees and the opening of fan voting for the annual CONCACAF Awards, to honor the year’s standout performers and achievements from across Confederation events.

Voting opened on Monday, December 10th, 2018 and will close on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019, at 11:59pm EST.

Voting for the CONCACAF Awards is a thorough process involving key stakeholders from the Confederation. The winners of each category shall be selected by the following 4 groups:

National Team Head Coaches from CONCACAF’s 41 Member Associations

National Team Captains from CONCACAF’s 41 Member Associations

Experts from media houses selected by CONCACAF

Fans who will be able to vote by visiting the fan voting page on Concacaf.com

Each Voting Group shall have the same electoral weight (25% each) in the final result irrespective of the actual number of voters in those groups.

All voters should base their judgement on performances by the nominees from January 1st, 2018 to December 10th, 2018.

Final votes in each of the categories will be tallied and the winners will be announced January 2019, via Concacaf.com. Fans can have their say by visiting the fan voting page on Concacaf.com

Click Here to see the Full 2018 CONCACAF Women’s Football Coach of the Year

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