Results: Twelve Bermudian Footballers Overseas

September 26, 2021 | 0 Comments

Teams that include Bermudian footballers Nahki Wells, Jonte Smith, Dale Eve, Justin Donawa, Kole Hall, Roger Lee, Reggie Lambe, Keziah Martin, J’nai Butterfield-Steede, Ayleal Dill, Quinaceo Hunt and Seke Spence were in action.

Nahki Wells

Nahki Wells made his first league start of the season as he and his Bristol City teammates played to a 1 – 1 draw with Fulham.

Jonte Smith

Jonté Smith and his Ballymena United teammates went down 3 – 0 to  Coleraine in Danske Bank Premiership action.

Dale Eve

Dale Eve and his Spennymoor teammates claimed a third consecutive league victory in their National League North battle against County Durham winning 2 – 1.

Justin Donawa

Justin Donawa was an unused substitute watching his Solihull teammates fall 5 – 1 to Dagenham & Redbridge.

Kole Hall

Kole Hall was not in the team as his Radcliffe teammates drew 1 – 1 with Gainsborough Trinity.

Roger Lee

Roger Lee and his Mickleover FC teammates went down 1 – 0 to Witton Albion in Non-League Premier action.

Reggie Lambe

Reggie Lambe and his Stowmarket Town teammates bowed out of The Buildbase FA Trophy against Great Wakering Rovers on kicks from the penalty mark.

During regulation time the teams ended in a 1 – 1 draw, with Lambe scoring for Stowmarket, but they went down 4 – 3 on te kicks.

Keziah Martin

Keziah Martin and his Kidderminster teammates went down 2 – 1 on the road against AFC Fylde.

J’nai Butterfield-Steede

J’nai Butterfield-Steede and his Kendal Town teammates picked up a win 2 – 1 against Corinthians FC and progress to the next round of the Westmorland Senior Cup.

Ayleal Dill

Ayleal Dill made his Newark Football Club, debut coming on against unbeaten Anstey Nomads, the Anstey Nomads scored 3 penalties to claim a 5 – 1 victory.

Quinaceo Hunt

Quinaceo Hunt was an unused substitute watching his Thornaby teammates advance in the Buildbase FA Vase Trophy following their 3 – 1 win over Willington AFC.

Seke Spence

Seke Spence and his Ilkeston Town FC teammates came from behind to win all 3 points at Coles Lane defeating Sutton Coldfield Town 2 – 1.

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