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Thursday, April 19, 2018
Bermuda Women's Under 17 Update

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Bermuda’s Women’s National Football team are settled in their team hotel after arriving in Nicaragua ahead of their World Cup Qualifying campaign in Nicaragua National Football Stadium.

Bermuda’s Under 17 Women’s National team open against Canada on April 20th.

Two days later, Bermuda will play USA, the girls will close out the group stage with their match against Costa Rica on April 24th.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Bermuda U17, Nathan Trott & Ryan Parris Updates

Bermuda's U17 Women's National Team
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Bermuda’s Under 17 Women’s National team are putting the final touches on their preparation for the upcoming World Cup Qualifying campaign in Nicaragua National Football Stadium.

Bermuda’s Under 17 Women’s National team open against Canada on April 20th.

Two days later, Bermuda will play USA, the girls will close out the group stage with their match against Costa Rica on April 24th.

Nathan Trott

Nathan Trott conceded a goal for the first time in five matches as West Ham United’s Under 23’s could not continue their good end-of-season form as they went down 1-0 at an experienced Derby County side in Premier League 2 action.

Jayden Bogle’s early second half strike was enough to separate the two sides at the hosts’ Training Centre and condemn Terry Westley’s Hammers to a first defeat in over a month.

Following wins on the road at Manchester City and Everton coming into the clash, the Hammers were in a confident mood however they started slowly against Darren Wassall’s team, which contained the likes of George Thorne, Richard Keogh and Jamie Hanson.

Derby were first to put the pressure on and tested Trott ten minutes in when experienced defender Keogh volleyed straight at the stopper from a corner.

Nine minutes later, the visitors had their first attempt on goal, and it was a good one. Marcus Browne, fresh off the back of his four goal haul at Everton last week, cut in from the right-hand-side but was denied by Rams stopper Jonathan Mitchell.

Keogh - playing as a defensive midfielder - was soon at it again, with Trott on hand to save a second time from a low 20-yard drive.

After the restart, there was the goal that Derby looked close to scoring as Bogle made it 1-0. A long ball over the top was misjudged by substitute Ajibola Alese and County’s Alex Babos was able to turn and lay-off for the full-back who charged into the box before finishing easily past Trott.

Ryan Parris

The Acadia University's Department of Athletics announced this year’s Team Award winners.

Ryan Parris was the recipient of the MVP award at the Annual Fred G. Kelly Awards Banquet, selected by the coaches and players of each team.

Parris is a 4th year student and is a midfielder for the Axemen Soccer Team in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Bermuda Youngsters Represent ISFA in Belgium

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Nahjé Smith and Nasje Brockington and their Independent Schools Football Association (ISFA) teammates finished a thoroughly impressive unbeaten season with a draw against a physical Tubize side. ISFA started far the stronger team carving out numerous opportunities. Tommy Trenaman opened the scoring getting on the end of a Sam Haynes cross. Ada Okorogheye doubled the lead after his forward teammate Josiah Chilaka headed back across goal. The team though squandered many opportunities and were twice caught on the break to make it 2-2 against the run of play at half time.

A fresh set of Tubize players were brought on for the second half but ISFA were still able to reinsert their dominant play. The move of the match saw a spell of possession result in wing back Josh Newbury-Teeluck cross to find opposite wing back Matt Bowman to finish. More chances came their way but a penalty for an off the ball incident on a corner was awarded and converted for the opposition to equalize. ISFA continued to dominate but were unable to find the winner they deserved. The team ended disappointed with the result but proud of their performances in their unbeaten year.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Bermuda Youngsters Represent ISFA Teams

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ISFA Under 15 Team 2 Scottish Youth FA 2

Jarryd Richardson and is ISFA Under 15 teammates played a hard fought game against a Scottish Youth FA Select team, ISFA took a well-earned lead from a curling effort from Daniel Monterrer from 25 yards. ISFA doubled their lead 10 minutes later when Monterrer went on a run, beating two players and earning a penalty. Monferrer stepped up and slotted home from the spot to make it 2-0.

Scotland rallied and just before half time pulled a goal back. In a hard fought second half Scotland got a late equalizer to deny ISFA a well-earned win.

KAA Gent 7 ISFA Under 16 Team 3

Nahjé Smith and Nasje Brockington were in the ISFA Under 16 team who went down 7 – 3 to KAA Gent in their opening match on their European Tour in Belgium.

After conceding within the first minute ISFA battled back to equalize through a deflected shot from Rafa Kaidussis and they would take the lead with a headed effort from Tom Collings. Just before the break ISFA extended their lead through a well finished Josh Scott strike.

ISFA had the first chance of the second half but the opportunity was missed and Gent scored on the counter attack. The home side dominated the next 15 minutes scoring 6 goals. ISFA created a number of opportunities to reduce the deficit but the score finished 7-3.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Masters Injury Forces Women's U17 Change

Jaden Masters
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The coaching staff of the Bermuda Women’s Under 17 National Team has been forced to make a change to the team that departs Bermuda on Saturday, April 14th.

Sh’Nyah Akinstall has been drafted into the team to replace Jaden Masters who has picked up a long-term injury.

The players and staff wish Masters a speedy recovery.

Bermuda’s Under 17 Women’s National team will spend 5 days in Fort Lauderdale in a training camp as the overseas players join the contingent from Bermuda.

Bermuda’s Under 17 Women’s National team open their World Cup Qualifying campaign at the Nicaragua National Football Stadium against Canada on April 20th.

Two days later, Bermuda will play USA, the girls will close out the group stage with their match against Costa Rica on April 24th.

The top two teams from each group will move on to the semi-finals. The Concacaf Champion, 2nd and 3rd placed teams will qualify to the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Uruguay later this year.
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