Updates: Bermuda Defeat Sint Maarten 12 – 0

October 12, 2018 | 6 Comments

[Updated] The Bermuda Senior Men’s National Football Team is set to play against Sint Maarten at the National Sports Center this evening [Oct 12], with the game forming part of the CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier.

Many of the island’s top footballers will be in action tonight, with multiple professional footballers having traveled home for the game, flying in from locations including England, Estonia, Sweden, and Iceland.

Bermuda’s team, as announced by the BFA, will include Jahquil Hill, Zeiko Lewis, Dante Leverock, Wendell Tre Ming, Dale Eve, Lejaun Simmons, William White, Cecoy Robinson, Jaylon Bather, Reginald Lambe, Daren Usher, Jonte Smith, Donte Brangman, Tevahn Tyrrell, Liam Evans, Roger Lee, Osagi Bascome, Casey Castle, Willie Clemons, Marco Warren, London Steede-Jackson and Calon Minors.

The staff include Kyle Lightbourne – Head Coach, Ray Jones – Assistant Coach, Brendalee White – Team Manager, John Moreira – Goal Keeper Coach, Duane Dickinson – Kit Manager and Craig Brown – Apex Physio. Gates open at 5.30pm and the match will start at 7.30pm. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at ptix.bm or at the Clyde Best Center of Excellence.

As this is a CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier there are rules surrounding coverage and the media are prohibited from recording video or doing any live broadcasting, however Bernews will be bringing you live text updates, with Don Burgess set to provide live updates via @BernewsSports twitter as well as on our website, and we will update this article with the live updates later this evening.

Update: The game is live streaming on the Concacaf website, you have to sign up to watch, but it only takes a few seconds and is free. That is available here.

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  1. Paulette Richardson says:

    Thanks so much for the coverage Bernews

  2. Real Deal says:

    wow 2 six packs hold that one. bet it would be the other way around if it was packed

  3. Ray says:

    This clearly achieved absolutely nothing, dragging an U20 side over who wouldn’t defeat a decent Corona League Side.

    Realize a qualifier but $25 to watch this? No wonder there was nobody there.

  4. PBanks says:

    Congrats to the team and players who clinically defeated the team that was in front of them. Just goes to show you can’t please everyone.

  5. wahoo says:

    12-0 seems a bit rude why not ease up after number 3? kicking a guy when he is down is not cool.

  6. joke says:

    Ray Jones u got to b joking bfs deff friends

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