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Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Samuels-Williams Ready for Thomas University Season

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Head Coach Julie Orlowski is optimistic about the season as the Thomas University Women's Soccer team is 10 days into training and just two days away from its first of three scrimmage matches held at the TU Soccer Complex.

The Thomas University Women's Soccer team has newcomers from five countries and four states, including Bermuda, England, Germany, Sweden and the states of Florida, Georgia, Iowa and New Jersey.

Jahzyiah Samuels-Williams has joined the team from the Liverpool Foundation College.

Thomas' 15-game schedule includes eight home matches, five outings against opponents ranked in the 2017 NAIA Postseason Top 25 Poll and four matches against teams that played in the 2017 NAIA National Championship.

Thomas begins the season with a trio of home scrimmages, hosting Valdosta State (Aug. 12th), Albany State (Aug. 17th) and Polk State (Aug. 25th) at the TU Soccer Complex. The Night Hawks open the regular season on the road, facing postseason No. 19 Georgia Gwinnett on Aug. 31st in Lawrenceville, Ga., then traveling to Cochran, Ga., to play Middle Georgia State on Sept. 2nd.
Monday, August 13, 2018
Bermuda Under 14 Boy's Team Announced

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The Bermuda Football Association announced the Boys’ Under 14 National Team that will represent Bermuda in the 2018 Caribbean Football Union Boys' U14 Challenge Series. The CFU U14 Challenge series takes place through the month of August in host countries St. Kitts and Nevis, the Dominican Republic, Curaçao, Haiti, Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.

Captain Eijaz Shakir will lead his team in a series of friendly matches against, Cuba, the US Virgin Islands and hosts Cayman Islands at the Ed Bush Sports Complex in West Bay, Grand Cayman

On Saturday August 18th, Cuba and Bermuda open play at 6:00 p.m., followed by the Cayman Islands versus the USVI at 7:45 p.m.

On Monday August 20th, USVI and Cuba kick-off the day’s play at 6:00 p.m., with Cayman Islands and Bermuda scheduled to follow at 7:45 p.m.

The teams return to the pitch on Wednesday August 22nd with Bermuda up against the USVI at 6:00 p.m. and Cayman Islands ending the Challenge Series against Cuba at 7:45 p.m.

Bermuda Boys’ Under 14 National Team

Toran Place
Aquiyei Richardson
Zakao Hart
Riley Robinson
Naji Bean
Milai Perott
Mason Outerbridge
Harry Twite
Eijaz Shakir
Kenyi Mills
Stefan Jones
Lazae Burrows
Deniche Hill
Benjamin Osset
Camaje Easton
Sincere Hall
Sekai Tatem
Ahtaio Burgess

Staff

Cecoy Robinson - Head Coach
Aaron Lugo – Assistant Coach
Baden Cashmore - Apex Physio
Don Vickers - Technical Development Director
Manny Faria – Head of Delegation
Sunday, August 12, 2018
Bermuda - Grenada U15 CONCACAF Final

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Bermuda 2 Grenada 1

Bermuda’s Women’s Under 15 National team will feature in the CONCACAF Under 15 Girls Championship Division Two Final following their 1 – 0 win over St. Lucia in their Semi-Final match at IMG Academy, Bradenton, Florida.

Bermuda’s Starting Line up: Zakhari Turner, Koa Goodchild, Zemira Webb, Danni Watson, Che Chulae Dowling, Katelyn Medeiros, Adia Gibbons, Jahni Simmons, Emily Cabral, Jahde Simmons, Satia Burchall

On the stroke of half time a ball forward from Emily Cabral found Adia Gibbons who right footed shot from the edge of the box went in under the Grenada goalkeeper, with Bermuda taking that lead to the break.

Grenada would equalize in the 48th minute when a corner found Nya Hood player who redirected the ball into the net, but nine minutes later Cabral gave a give and go with Gibbons and fired a right footed shot that gave the Grenada goalkeeper no chance.


 
 
Friday, August 10, 2018
Bermuda Under 15 Girls Advance to the Final
Bermuda Under 15 Girls Team 1 St. Lucia 0

Bermuda’s Women’s Under 15 National team advanced to the CONCACAF Under 15 Girls Championship Final following their 1 – 0 win over St. Lucia in their Semi-Final match at IMG Academy, Bradenton, Florida.

Bermuda’s Starting Line up: Zakhari Turner, Koa Goodchild, Zemira Webb, Shye Blair Paynter, Danni Watson, Che Chulae Dowling, Katelyn Medeiros, Adia Gibbons, Emily Cabral, Jahde Simmons, Satia Burchall

Bermuda took a 1 – 0 lead into the half time break with a Katelyn Medeiros goal in the 27th minute. A ball into the box saw Medeiros beat the goalkeeper and a defender to the ball and it was bundled over the line.

The second half saw both teams battle back and forth, but the Bermuda was able to hang on for the win and now advance to the Final.

 
 
Friday, August 10, 2018
Intro to Coaching Course Announced
The Bermuda Football Coaches Association will offer another Intro to Coaching Course to enable club coaches who need to meet the licensing standards for the 2018-2019 season to become certified. This course follows on the success of the June 2018 course, where 35 candidates successfully completed the classroom and field sessions to complete the course curriculum hours. The Intro to Coaching is a new course offering for 2018, and was designed using the same UEFA Licensing standards as the C License course. It serves as the entry point for the BFCA’s coaching education pathway.

The course curriculum is developed by Jacques Crevoisier and is delivered over two weekends (candidates must attend both weekends), with instruction led by UEFA B qualified coach educators from the BFCA. It comprises classroom and on-field sessions, with individual assessments held at the end of the course.

The course is sanctioned by the Bermuda Football Association (BFA) and helps qualify the successful candidate to receive the BFA “D” license, required to coach at U7, U9, and U11 age level teams. Candidates will have to complete the First Aid and SCARS training modules independently, in addition to the BFCA Intro Course, to be eligible for the “D License” certification from the BFA.

This will be the last opportunity in 2018 for coaches who need to complete the course to meet the license standards for U7-U11 coaching qualification for the 2018-2019 youth football season. All clubs are advised to ensure that their coaches who require to meet BFA Coach License policy standards attend.

Registration is now open, and the registration forms can be returned via email to coacheducation@bfca.bm or submitted to the BFA office for collection by the BFCA. Payment details and course schedule information is included in the attached course information document.

For additional information or questions related to the course, please contact Richard Todd via email at coacheducation@bfca.bm or by phone at 337-1120.
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