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Saturday, December 08, 2018
Bermuda Win First NEFHA in Bermuda

Bermuda & New York Islanders Teams
Bermuda Hockey Academy 4 New York Islanders 3

History was made as the National Sports Center hosted the first North East Field Hockey Association (NEFHA) 2018-2019 Men's League match in Bermuda.

The Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders did not disappoint the home crowd picking up a 4 – 3 win.

Bermuda took the lead in the 3rd minute when Jude Mosely scored from a Field Goal, but three minutes later the score was level at 1 – 1 when Darlo Clement scored from a Penalty Corner for the New York Islanders.

Bermuda would go back in front in the 11th minute when Mosely scored his second Field Goal of the game, but yet again the New York Islanders would be level in the game this time in the 29th minute when Leroy Mayers scored from a Penalty Corner.

Bermuda would take their third lead of the game in the 58th minute when Captain Donovan Simmons scored from a Penalty Corner, but three minutes later the score was level yet again with Noel Samu scoring from a Penalty Corner for the New York Islanders.

The Bermuda winner came with just 30 seconds remaining on the clock as Nigel Deane found the back of the net sending the local team and their fans into wild celebrations.

Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders: Zahyinde Lightbourne-Cann, Michall Ming-Woodley, Aizaya Smith, Reece Young, Richard Minors, Xyaire Smith, Hemijah Bean, Joshua Thompson, Zahkari Minors, Donovan Simmons, Samuel Thompson, Nathan Bothello, Jude Mosely, Dylan Pacheco, Nigel Deane, New York Islanders: Oudeny Hewitt, Sean Hewitt, Kevin Hewitt, Darlo Clement, Noel Samu, Brandon Ambros-Brunskill, Shaka Gill, Reginald Barnor, Leroy Mayers, Leon Kerr Sr., Leon Kerr Jr., Ellis Chance, Ron Phillips, Nagarjun Marappa, Erik Abels
Friday, December 07, 2018
Bermuda Fall In Islanders Cup Match

Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders 1 (3) New York Islanders (4)

The New York Islanders were crowned the Islanders Cup Match champions but needed a Shootout to do so over the Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders.

The match ended 1 - 1 at the end of regulation, which then saw the game go to a penalty shootout it was 3-3 at the end of penalty out of 5 each, it was then down to sudden death.

Unfortunately on the first play of the sudden death Bermuda missed and then New York scored theirs to win.

Machail Ming-Woodley game the Bermuda Hockey Academy islanders the lead in the 11th minute scoring from a Penalty Corner.

Just when it would seem as if the Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders would grab the win, the New York Islanders scored with 40 seconds left on the clock from a Penalty Corner goal off the stick of Noel Samu.

After 3 penalty corners it was 3-2 to the New York Islanders with the New York Islanders shooting first, this meant if they scored on their fifth corner they would win. Instead Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders goalkeeper Zahyinde Lightbourne-Cann made the huge save to keep Bermuda in the game.

Next up was Donnie Simmons who had to score to keep Bermuda Hockey Academy Islanders in the game. As he was taking his penalty shootout he was foul by the goal keeper and was award a Penalty Stroke which saw him convert to level the score at 3-3.

After five penalty shootouts it went to Sudden Death with Bermuda going first.

Hemijah Bean step up for Bermuda and beat the keeper but slipped and was unable to push the ball into the goal, up stepped Ellis Chance for New York who beat the keeper after a spin move slotted the ball home for the win.
Friday, December 07, 2018
Bermuda Ball Hockey League Round Up

Kelowna Rockets 7 Red Deer Rebels 6

The opener was a see-saw battle that produced a Shootout Goal winner the thirteenth of the game as the Kelowna Rockets defeated the Red Deer Rebels 7 – 6.

The two teams were deadlocked at 2 – 2 at the end of the First Period with the Kelowna Rockets getting a goal from Jon Talbot and Chris Coleman, while the Red Deer Rebels got goals from Matt Katzsch and Adrian Stromberg.

The Red Deer Rebels would take a commanding 5 – 3 lead at the end of the Second Period, the Red Deer Rebels would get two goals from Shannon Goose and a single strike from Paul Debarros, while Bill Calko scored the lone Kelowna Rockets goal of the period.

The Kelowna Rockets would then outscore the Red Deer Rebels 3 – 1 in the Third Period to level the game at 6 – 6. Talbot would complete his hat-trick with two goals in the period for the Kelowna Rockets, while Shane Matchett added the other. Stromberg scored the lone goal for the Red Deer Rebels in the period.

In the Shootout Period Calko would score his second of the game and ended it as a contest for the Kelowna Rockets win.

Las Vegas Wranglers 1 Worchester Railers 4

In the nightcap the Worchester Railers defeated the Las Vegas Wranglers 4 – 1. Christopher Jackson scored twice for the Worchester Railers, who also got goals from Andrew Kuzma and Andrew Bonner, while Derek Winch scored the lone goal for the Las Vegas Wrnglers.
Wednesday, December 05, 2018
Bermuda Ball Hockey League Round Up

The Bermuda Ball Hockey League season resumed at the PCC Hockey Rink with a double header that produced 10 goals. Early in the evening members of the Bermuda Ball Hockey organization hosted the Beyond Rugby youth program for an evening of Ball Hockey. The evening included ball handling and skill oriented drills with several members of the ball hockey association in attendance as well as members of the Family Centre.

Guelph Storm 2 Rimouski Oceanic 3

In the opener the Rimouski Oceanic defeated Guelph Storm 3 – 2.

The Rimouski Oceanic took a 2 – 0 lead in the First Period with goals off the sticks of Matthew Benson and Jeffrey Loper. The Guelph Storm pulled a goal back in the Second Period with a goal from Christopher Merritt. In the Third Period the Guelph Storm would draw level with a goal from Adrian Stromberg, but Josh Bush would score what proved to be the winner for the Rimouski Oceanic with little time left on the clock.

Red Deer Rebels 3 Calgary Hitmen 2

In the nightcap the Red Deer Rebels edged the Calgary Hitmen 3 – 2.

The Red Deer Rebels got two goals from Mathieu Desjardins and a single strike from Jeremy Estey, while the Calgary Hitmen got single strikes from Akhil Kapur and Ross Rufiange.
Monday, December 03, 2018
Bermuda Ball Hockey League Standings

The Bermuda Ball Hockey League season took a break from it’s regular schedule Monday games, so www.islandstats.com will now bring you updated Standings for the league.

The Calgary hitmen are the League Leaders with 20 points, Guelph Storm are in second with 17 points and the Kelowna Rockets are in third with 10 points.

Bermuda Ball Hockey League Standings

20 Calgary Hitmen

17 Guelph Storm
10 Kelowna Rockets
09 Red Deer Rebels
09 Rimouski Oceanic
08 Las Vegas Wranglers
08 Worchester Railers
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