Leverock and Narva Trans lose at home
Danté Leverock and Narva Trans suffered a 4-2 defeat at home to Flora in the Estonian Premier Division at the weekend.
The home side took the lead through Dmitre Proshin in the 22nd minute but Flora levelled when Kevin Aloe scored in the 38th minute.
Joseph Saliste gave the visiting side the lead in the 51st minute, although Narva Trans equalised five minutes later courtesy of a Dmitry Barkov goal. Narva Trans were reduced to ten men in the 72nd minute when Maksim Tserezov was sent off after two bookings before Flora reclaimed the lead when Zakraria Beglarishvili converted a penalty in the 77th minute.
Beglarishvili added his second in the 90th minute.
Leverock, the Bermuda defender, scored in Narva Trans’ 2-0 win away to Paide last Tuesday. His team remain fourth in the table.
William White, the Bermuda defender, played in Narpes Kraft’s 3-1 defeat away to VIFK in the Finnish second division. Narpes Kraft are eleventh in the table, with one win from five games.
Meanwhile Zeiko Lewis, the Bermuda forward, was an unused substitute in Icelandic top-flight side FH’s goalless draw away to Vestmannaeyar at the weekend. FH are third in the standings.
Also in action was Djair Parfitt-Williams whose Rudar Velenje lost 1-0 at home to Triglav in the Slovenian top flight. Rudar are fifth in the table.
Willie Clemons, the Bermuda midfielder, and his Bodens team-mates drew 2-2 away to Ytterhogdal in their Swedish fourth-tier match at the weekend.
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