Maha Clarke, the Bermuda forward, had an assist on Queens University of Charlotte’s only goal in the Royals’ 3-1 defeat by Slippery Rock in Lexington, Virginia, on Monday.
Sophomore Clarke provided the cross from which Kayleigh Lawrence...
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Bermuda forward Georgia Harris says the present national side are “the strongest [Bermuda] team that I’ve seen” before they...
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Bermuda will be hoping for another all-action performance from Renee Greenslade tomorrow evening, as they face their biggest...
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Renee Greenslade inspired the Bermuda field hockey team to a barnstorming finish, as they scored twice in the fourth quarter...
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Bermuda went down to a 1-0 defeat to the University of Rochester at the National Sports Centre last night.
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National pride carried Bermuda to their second straight victory without conceding a goal yesterday, as they defeated the...
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Bermuda forward Maha Clarke urged the island to get behind the national team after helping them to a 1-0 victory over NCAA...
- Aug 9, 2017 8:00 am
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