Bermuda Football Association Award Winners

April 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Bermuda Football Association hosted the 2016-17 Awards Ceremony, with CONCACAF President Victor Montagliani serving as the guest speaker.

Ian Coke from the Boulevard Blazers was voted as the Premier Division Most Valuable Player, while Paul Simons from X-Roads was named the First Division Most Valuable Player. Dandy Town Hornets player Tomiko Goater was voted the Young Player of the Year for the Premier Division, while Jakari Furbert from BAA was named the First Division’s Young Player of the Year.

President of the Bermuda Football Association Mark Wade and Mr Montagliani also presented Robert Emmett, Allan Young, Carneal Smith, Charles Marshall and Dr. Gerard Bean the 2017 Order of Merit Awards.

Defensive Player of the Year: First Division

Jarreau Hayward – St. George’s Colts

Defensive Player of the Year: Premier Division

Darius Cox – Robin Hood

Goalkeeper of the Year: First Division

Dashun Cooper – X-Road’s

Goalkeeper of the Year: Premier Division

Tahj Bell – North Village Rams

Young Referee of the Year

Amouri Majors

Referee of the Year

Garic Swainson

Coach of the Year: First Division

Farid El Karfa – X-Road’s

Coach of the Year: Premier Division

Scott Morton – PHC Zebras

Young Player of the Year: First Division

Jahkari Furbert – X-Road’s

Young Player of the Year: Premier Division

Tomiko Goater – Dandy Town Hornets

Most Valuable Player: First Division

Paul Simons – X-Road’s

Most Valuable Player: Premier Division

Ian Coke – Boulevard Blazers

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