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Thursday, August 18, 2022
Bermuda Defeat Barbados in U14 Challenge Series

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Bermuda 2 Barbados 0

Bermuda’s Under 14 Boy’s National Team final match in the Group Stage of the 2022 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) U14 Challenge Series saw them defeat Barbados 2 – 0.

Bermuda Starting Line-Up: Jai Simmons, Michael Burcher, D'Ari Coddington, Patrick Dill, Mosiais Mills, Cavin White, Keori Binns Leverock, Sami Carolo, Tiago Corriea, Callum McIntosh, Logan Jimenez - Substitutes: - Kennahz Fray, Dakayo Leverock, Roger Williams, Azende Trott Smith, Syhon Goater, Caleb Grant, Cairo Tucker, Xenai Williams Savery, Cameron Adkins

After a scoreless first half that saw the young Bermuda team create several chances, Bermuda would get two second-half goals to claim their second victory of the tournament.

The opening goal came in the 52nd minute when a shot from out wide hit the upright and bounced out only for a Barbados defender looking to clear the ball only to turn it into his own net.

The lead was doubled in the 61st minute, substitute Cairo Tucker controlled the ball in the box, beat his marker, and blasted a right-footed shot into the roof of the net.
Wednesday, August 17, 2022
Saltus Four Make College Commitments from SEAP Program

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The Saltus Elite Athlete Programme (SEAP) announced the Class of 2022 student-athletes with college commitments:

Sancho Smith: Track & Field – Clayton State University, Georgia
Massassi Maxwell-Smith: Track & Field – Coker University, South Carolina
Emily Cabral: Soccer – Nova Southeastern University, Florida
Cody Robinson: Soccer – Thomas College, Maine

The Director of Athletics at Saltus, Darrin Lewis, shared that the recruiting process for US universities remains very competitive due to the pandemic and the recent eligibility rule changes put in place by the NCAA.

The four seniors that signed college commitments received a combination of academic and athletic scholarships to attend their respective universities.

These four students have been part of the Saltus Elite Athlete Programme (SEAP) for their entire High School experience at Saltus.

Their preparation process included strength and conditioning, agility, plyometrics, nutritional information, NCAA registration/eligibility, and many hours of research on the NCSA platform that is offered to all secondary students that are in SEAP.

Lewis said “These students have worked extremely hard over the last four years both academically and athletically.

Recruiting is at an all-time high, resulting in increased competitiveness as the NCAA have offered an extra year of eligibility and have introduced a transfer portal which has made placements very difficult over the last two years.”

Lewis continued, “I commend the student-athletes for the effort and commitment they have displayed during the pandemic as they weren’t able to compete locally for their last two years of high school.

The entire Saltus community wishes them well as they start their collegiate careers as student-athletes.”
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Manders Confirmed in The Rest of the World Team

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Arnold Manders has been confirmed in The Rest of the World team for the upcoming Over-60s World Cup in Brisbane, Australia.

The Over-60’s World Cup is scheduled for September 2nd to 15th.

A video has been released confirming Manders in the Rest of the World team.

The other teams at the tournament are hosts Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Pakistan, South Africa, Wales, United States, and Zimbabwe.

 
 
Monday, August 15, 2022
Bermuda Fall to St. Vincent in U14 Challenge Series

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St. Vincent & Grenadines 1 Bermuda 0

Bermuda’s Under 14 Boy’s National Team third match in the 2022 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) U14 Challenge Series saw them fall 1 – 0 to St. Vincent & Grenadines.

Bermuda Starting Line-Up: Jai Simmons, Patrick Dill, Kennahz Fray, Dakayo Leverock, Logan Jimenez, Roger Williams, Joseph Carolo, Azende Trott Smith, Syhon Goater, D'Ari Coddington, Mosiais Mills - Substitutes: - Caleb Grant, Tiago Corriea, Cairo Tucker, Keori Binns Leverock, Callum McIntosh, Xenai Williams Savery, Cameron Adkins, Cavin White, Micheal Burcher

After a scoreless first half, the lone goal of the game came in the 60th minute when a foul in the box resulted in a penalty, which was calmly put away by Joelando Payne.

Bermuda created several chances in the match, but were unable to get the goal to get back into the match.
Saturday, August 13, 2022
Bermuda Fall to Uganda in ICC Challenge

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Uganda Won by 153 Runs

Uganda 314/4 Bermuda 161


Uganda won the toss in their ICC Mens CWC Challenge League match against Bermuda at the Grainville Cricket Club Ground, St Saviour, Jersey and decided to bat.

They would score 314/4 in their allotted fifty-overs, Ronak Patel was their top scorer with 121 before retiring hurt. Captain Kamau Leverock was the pick of the Bermuda bowlers with figures of 10-0-70-2.

In reply Bermuda was bowled out for 161, Leverock was the top scorer with 58 off 44 balls, he hit 10 fours and 1 six, Frank Akankwasa was the pick of the Uganda bowlers with figures of 4.5-1-19-5.

Uganda’s Inning

..10 (11) Simon Ssesazi c Khiry Furbert b Kamau Leverock
..58 (99) Arnold Otwani c Charles Trott b Jamar Stovel
121 (122) Ronak Patel Retired Hurt
..59 (42) Riazat Ali Shah c Ras Solomon Burrows b Kamau Leverock
..22 (18) Dineshkumar Nakrani Run Out
..15 (10) Frank Akankwasa Not Out
..01 (01) Juma Miyaji Not Out
..28 Extras (3nb-17w-4b-4lb)
314 Total for 4 wickets after 50 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-11 (Ssesazi), 2-152 (Otwani), 2-288 (Patel), 3-288 (Ali Shah), 4-304 (Nakrani)

Bermuda Bowlers

10.-0-70-2 Kamau Leverock
10.-2-49-0 Jabari Darrell
10.-0-46-0 Cameron Jeffers
10.-0-42-0 Charles Trott
8.0-0-69-1 Jamar Stovel
2.0-0-30-0 Steven Bremar

Bermuda’s Inning


..26 (51) Terryn Fray Run Out
..15 (64) Ras Solomon Burrows c & b Frank Akankwasa
..58 (44) Kamau Leverock c Arnold Otwani b Cosmas Kyewuta
..16 (36) Zeri Tomlinson Run Out
..00 (01) Dominic Sabir b Dineshkumar Nakrani
..01 (08) Steven Bremar c Dineshkumar Nakrani b Cosmas Kyewuta
..13 (13) Charles Trott c Deusdedit Muhumuza b Frank Akankwasa
..06 (17) Khiry Furbert Not Out

..03 (09) Cameron Jeffers LBW Frank Akankwasa
..00 (03) Jabari Darrell c Kenneth Waiswa b Frank Akankwasa
..00 (01) Jamar Stovel LBW Frank Akankwasa
..23 Extras (2nb-14w-2b-5lb)
161 total All Out after 40.5 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-55 (Fray), 2-68 (Burrows), 3-121 (Tomlinson), 4-121 (Sabir), 5-130 (Bremar), 6-135 (Leverock), 7-155 (Trott), 8-160 (Jeffers), 9-161 (Darrell), 10-161 (Stovel)

Uganda Bowlers

6.0-0-15-2 Cosmas Kyewuta
6.0-0-29-0 Juma Miyaji
10.-3-21-0 Frank Nsubuga
6.0-0-25-1 Dineshkumar Nakrani
8.0-0-45-0 Henry Ssenyondo
4.5-1-19-5 Frank Akankwasa
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