Hill’s move to Oakville going ahead
Jahquil Hill’s move to semi-professional football team Oakville Blues looks to be going ahead despite being banned for drink driving last week.
The Bermuda goalkeeper was arrested after his damaged car was stopped by police on Crow Lane in the early hours of May 13. He pleaded guilty to drink driving and has been banned from the roads for 18 months and handed a $1,200 fine.
The 21-year-old will head to Canada this week to join up with the Ontario League 1 champions, who he impressed during their pre-season trip to Bermuda last month.
Among Hill’s former clubs are English non-League sides Rushall Olympic, Stafford Rangers and Ilkeston.
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