Results: 15 Bermudian Footballers Overseas

September 6, 2022

Bermudian footballers Nahki Wells, Djair Parfitt-Williams, Keyni Mills, Zakiyah Lee, Keziah Martin, Kole Hall, Rahzir Smith Jones, Reece Jones Jr., Ryan Lopes, Isaiah Blankendal, Dashun Cooper, Quinaceo Hunt, Willie Clemons, Roger Lee, and Knory Scott were recently in action.

Nahki Wells

Nahki Wells scored two goals in the second half to propel Bristol City to a 3 – 2 victory over Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.

Djair Parfitt-Williams

Djair Parfitt-Williams and his Ilves teammates played to a scoreless draw with KuPS in the Veikkausliiga, the highest level of professional football in Finland.

Keyni Mills & Zakiyah Lee

Keyni Mills, and Zakiyah Lee both started on the bench as their Radcliffe FC teammates took on Marine AFC in the Emirates FA Cup.

Mills would come off the bench, but he could not prevent Radcliffe from falling 2 – 1.

Keziah Martin

Keziah Martin and his Kidderminister teammates came from behind to comprehensively win in National North at Aggborough against Spennymoor Town 4 – 1.

Kole Hall

Kole Hall and his Chester Football Club teammates produced an incredible comeback against top-of-the-table King’s Lynn, coming from three goals down to secure a point in a 3 – 3 draw.

Rahzir Smith Jones, Reece Jones Jr., Ryan Lopes, Isaiah Blankendal & Dashun Cooper

Reece Jones started, Rahzir Smith-Jones came on in the 75th minute, Ryan Lopes came on five minutes later helping their Hartley Wintney teammates advanced to the Second Round of the Emirates FA Cup following their 4 – 0 win over Roman Glass St. George. Isaiah Blankendal and Dashun Cooper were unused substitutes.

Quinaceo Hunt

Quinaceo Hunt and his Thornaby Football Club teammates lost 3 – 2 to Tow Law Town in their Northern League Division One match.

Willie Clemons

Willie Clemons and his Braintree Town FC teammates defeated Concord Rangers 3 – 1 at The Aspect Arena.

Roger Lee

Roger Lee and his Barwell FC teammates will have to do it all over again following their 1 – 1 with Highgate United in their Emirates FA cup battle.

Knory Scott

Knory Scott was an unused substitute as his Hasting United teammates bowed out of the Emirates FA Cup falling 3 – 0 to Cray Valley at The Artic Stadium.

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