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Saturday, April 22, 2017
Butterfield 3rd in Ironman North American Championship

Butterfield Crossing hte Line
Tyler Butterfield has finished 3rd competing in the IRONMAN North American Championship Texas.

James Capparell was first out of the water clocking 48:56 with a huge group behind containing Butterfield, Butterfield was in fifth after the swim with a time of 49:08.

When Butterfield completed the Bike Course he was 6th having recorded a time of 4:15:20, Butterfield made his move on the run to move up three spaces and hang on clocking a time of 2:49:00.

Patty Petty was the first to greet Butterfield when he crossed the line

IRONMAN North American Championship Texas Top 10 Finishers

7:52:44 Matt Hanson

7:56:21 3:38 Ronnie Schildknecht
7:58:29 5:46 Tyler Butterfield

7:59:02 6:19 Will Clarke
7:59:32 6:49 Kirill Kotsegarov
8:01:17 8:33 Harry Wiltshire
8:01:35 8:52 Matthew Russell
8:04:04 11:21 Leon Griffin
8:05:08 12:25 David Plese
8:07:13 14:30 Callum Millward
Friday, April 21, 2017
CONCACAF Sue Warner & Blazer

Former CONCACAF President Jack Warner as well as Charles Blazer, have been sued by CONCACAF (Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football), who have claimed victimisation by the duo who were charged in the infamous 2015 FIFA bribery scandal.

In a story on the Associated Press (AP), CONCACAF have accused Warner who served as CONCACAF president from 1990- 2011 and Blazer who was CONCACAF’s General Secretary during Warner’s tenure, “of making a fortune through embezzlement....

Allegations that mirror those in a sprawling United States criminal investigation that has resulted in charges against several top football officials.” The lawsuit seeks compensation in the sum of US$20 million.

This is another stain in Warner’s reputation as a leading football administrator, who have been embroiled in the 2011 cash-for-votes scandal __ which saw him resign as CONCACAF and CFU (Caribbean Football Union) boss; the Haiti earthquake funds saga; the CONCACAF Integrity Committee report of 2013 which saw him and Blazer accused of mismanagement and massive fraud; and the FIFA corruption scandal of 2015 with Warner indicted by the US Department of Justice for wire fraud, racketeering and money laundering.

The 73-year-old Warner and 71-year-old Blazer, were accused by CONCACAF of negotiating bribes and kickbacks in connection with lucrative broadcasting rights for tournaments including CONCACAF’s Gold Cup championship.

CONCACAF is seeking US$20 million in compensatory damages and unspecified punitive damages.

“There can be no doubt that Warner and Blazer victimised CONCACAF, stealing and defrauding it out of tens of millions of dollars in brazen acts of corruption for their own personal benefit at the expense of the entire CONCACAF region,” the suit stated.

The story noted that Blazer have pleaded guilty and cooperated in the criminal probe while Warner has been fighting extradition since the 2015 FIFA scandal.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Leverock & Cardiff vs Loughborough Day One Round Up

MCCU League/2 Loughborough MCCU v CARDIFF MCCU Cardiff MCCU - Day One

Cardiff MCCU 400/7 Loughborough MCCU 0/0

Cardiff MCCU won toss and decided to bat, at the close of play, Cardiff reached 400/7 after 104 overs. Neil Brand was the top scorer with 130, Kamau Leverock was going to the wicket when play was halted for the day.

A Tillcock was the pick of the Loughborough bowlers returning figures of 19-4-80-3, play resumes tomorrow.

Cardiff MCCU Inning

..44 (109) M Norris c A Tillcock b J Clifford
..77 (106) J Scriven LBW A Tillcock
130 (167) N Brand st R White b R Gamble
..87 (155) T Rouse b J Clifford
..25 (59) A Milton c & b A Tillcock
..02 (11) J Lawlor c sub b B Ladd-Gibbon
..11 (14) T Cullen Not Out

..05 (09) A Nijjar LBW A Tillcock
..00 (00) Kamau Leverock Not Out
..19 Extras (4nb-5lb-10b)
400 Total for 7 Wickets after 104 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-101 (Norris), 2-143 (Scriven), 3-311 (Rouse), 4-378 (Brand), 5-380 (Lawlor), 6-386 (Milton), 7-400 (Nijjar)

Loughborough MCCU

17.-2-49-1 R Gamble
19.-4-63-0 S Cook
16.-3-49-1 B Ladd-Gibbon
23.-2-102-2 J Clifford
19.-4-80-3 A Tillcock
7.0-2-28-0 N Kumar
2.0-0-12-0 S Evans
1.0-0-02-0 C Thurston
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Leseur's Included in FIS Season Numbers

More than 25,000 athletes including Bermuda’s Matthew and John Leseur took part in competitions sanctioned by the International Ski Federation (FIS) during the 2016-2017 season.

A set of statistics have been released by the FIS following the season’s conclusion and among them is the fact 25,002 competitors took part in the events, which totaled more than 6,000 for the skiing and snowboard campaigns.

During the course of the season, the FIS ran five World Championships and six Junior World Championships.

The sport best represented during 2016-2017 was Alpine skiing, which saw 8,813 athletes participate.
Cross-country skiing had the highest amount of registered athletes with 957, beating Alpine by 259.
Snowboard had 681 registered athletes and freestyle skiing had 620.

The FIS also revealed that during their competitions, 462 technical delegates and 361 judges from 43 nations assisted with the running of the events.

“The FIS would like to thank all organizers and technical officials for their dedicated hard work and significant throughout for the 2016-2017 season,” a statement from the FIS said.
Monday, April 17, 2017
Bermuda English Professional Footballers Round Up

Rai Simons Jersey in the Dressing Room

Nahki Wells and Huddersfield missed the chance to put the pressure on Newcastle after they were held to a 1-1 draw at Derby - confirming Brighton's promotion to the Premier League.

Former Huddersfield midfielder Jacob Butterfield levelled with two minutes to go to finally break the spirited Huddersfield defence.

Huddersfield had led since Collin Quaner's strike in the ninth minute but Butterfield, who played 50 times for the Yorkshiremen in the 2014-15 season, rifled an unstoppable effort past Danny Ward on 88 minutes.

Huddersfield, who registered just one shot on goal, had defended resolutely throughout to frustrate the Derby.

The draw leaves Huddersfield seven points behind Newcastle with a game in hand and five points inside the play-off places. They also cannot catch leaders Brighton, who beat Wigan earlier in the day.


Rai Simons and his Chesterfield teammates were relegated to Sky Bet League Two as they went down with a whimper in a 3-1 defeat at Scunthorpe.

Scunthrope dominated the game from start to finish, controlling possession and territory to secure themselves a top-six finish.

They took the lead in the 21st minute via Paul McGinn's own goal. He headed into his own net after Josh Morris' corner had been flicked on at the near post by Neal Bishop.

Simons who started the match was replaced in the 24th minute with an injury.

Scunthorpe added a second goal eight minutes before the break, Ivan Toney leaping like the proverbial salmon to beat goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann to Bishop's looping cross and nod home.

Stuckmann came to the away side's rescue when denying Paddy Madden and a cracking curler from Stephen Dawson, he could not keep out another clumsy goal when Toney bagged his second in the 73rd minute.

Tom Anderson headed in a consolation goal in stoppage time, but by then Chesterfield’s fate was sealed.


Jabo Ibehre's third goal in as many games rescued a point for Carlisle in a 1-1 draw with play-off rivals Stevenage.

Reggie Lambe started the match before being substituted in the 67th minute.

Stevenage took the lead shortly after half-time through a Steven Schumacher penalty and soaked up plenty of pressure as they preserved their two-point advantage over the Cumbrians in League Two despite Ibehre's second-half equaliser.

Carlisle dominated the early exchanges and skipper Danny Grainger wasn't far away with a 25-yarder that whistled over the bar.

Despite having shown comparatively little as an attacking force up to the 50th minute, it was Stevenage who went in front from a penalty following a clumsy challenge on Kgosi Ntlhe, leaving Schumacher to smash the ball high into the net.
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