Parfitt-Williams scores in big win

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  • On target: Bermuda's Djair Parfitt-Williams

    On target: Bermuda's Djair Parfitt-Williams

  • All to do: Danté Leverock takes time out at the 16,000-seater Grbavica Stadium before his team’s match

    All to do: Danté Leverock takes time out at the 16,000-seater Grbavica Stadium before his team’s match


Djair Parfitt-Williams scored in Rudar Velenje’s 7-0 win away to Tre Fiori of San Marino in their Europa League first-round qualifier yesterday.

Parfitt-Williams, the former West Ham United forward, scored in the 49th minute for the Slovenian side. The second leg takes place next Thursday.

Meanwhile Danté Leverock’s Narva Trans slipped to a 2-0 defeat away to Zeljeznicar Sarajevo in the first leg of their first-round qualifiers yesterday.

The Bermuda defender will be hoping the Estonian team can reverse their deficit when they host Sarajevo in the second leg next Thursday.

Bermuda winger Zeiko Lewis was an unused substitute in FH’s 3-0 win away to Finland’s Lahti in their first-round qualifier yesterday.

Nahki Wells’s Burnley will face Scottish outfit Aberdeen in the Europa League second-round qualifiers. The Premier League side are away to Aberdeen on July 26 before hosting the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership runners-up on August 2.

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Published Jul 12, 2018 at 5:48 pm (Updated Jul 12, 2018 at 6:21 pm)

Parfitt-Williams scores in big win

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