Young Athletes Making Impressions In UK

December 9, 2018

A trio of transplanted young Bermudians are making inspired early impressions on the football and netball grounds within the United Kingdom, attracting the attention of a few prominent sporting franchises to their potential.

Somerset Cricket Club and Sandys Secondary Middle School product, Stefan Jones, has titillated the academy scouts of Wolverhampton Wanderers with his all around ability on the pitch, the 13-year-old having engaged in trials the past three months. He is the son of Bishop Stephen Jones and wife Amanda, the first man and woman of the local branches of the United Holy Church.

The more youthful Stefan begged attention from the first he aligned to club and schoolboy football, his affection and attention to studied improvement impressive.

Likewise, Diione Millet, a 16-year-old student at the noted Langley School, is also displaying an evolution of talent and offering glimpses of his raw ability at a school with strong football ties to Norwich City of the English Championship, the second tier of the country’s professional soccer set-up.

The principal sports are rugby, football, cricket, hockey and netball, with this last sport the chosen sport of Daaimah Millet, the 14-year-old sister of Diione who has shown herself more than adept, often dominant at either the Centre and Goal Defence positions.

Daaimah and Diione are the offspring of the elder Diione and wife Oneika Millet. The son, as his father emerging from the Dandy Town soccer programme, while their daughter began her development at the Phoenix Netball Club.

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