Bermuda pair help Darlington win
Osagi Bascome and Justin Donawa helped Darlington defeat Southport 2-0 at home in the Vanarama National League North on Saturday.
Bascome, who was booked in the second half, came off in 81st minute, while Donawa, who hit the side-netting early on, was substituted in the 87th minute. Tyrone O’Neill and a penalty from Adam Campbell accounted for Darlington’s goals.
Nahki Wells came on in the 65th minute in Queens Park Rangers’ 2-1 defeat away to Bristol City in the Sky Bet Championship. Adam Nagy and Benik Afobe’s scored for City either side of half-time.
Meanwhile, Reggie Lambe played in Cambridge United’s 2-1 win away to Colchester United in League Two.
Colchester took a ninth-minute lead after a penalty by Luke Norris, but Cambridge were on level terms ten minutes into the second half as Marc Richards headed home. Harry Darling sealed the points in the 86th minute.
Nathan Trott made his Football League debut for AFC Wimbledon in the League One side’s 1-1 draw at home to Accrington Stanley. The Bermudian goalkeeper is on loan from Premier League side West Ham United.
Luke O’Neill opened the scoring for Wimbledon in the 42nd minute, but Colby Bishop drew level for the visiting side midway through the second half.
Also in the Vanarama National League North, Milan Butterfield started for Kidderminster Harriers in their 1-0 win away to Curvon Ashton. Bermuda’s Knory Scott was an unused substitute. Sammy Austin netted for Harriers in the second half.
Elsewhere in Europe, Willie Clemons, the Bermuda midfielder, helped Bodens earn a 1-1 draw at home to Umea in the First Division North in Sweden.
Ongun Deniz Yaldir gave the visiting side the lead in the 51st minute, but Bodens fought back in the 87th minute through Mamadou Kouyaté.
Zeiko Lewis came on a second-half substitute in Charleston Battery’s 2-1 defeat by Louisville City in the USL Championship. Ataullah Guerra netted for the Battery early on before goals from Magnus Rasmussen and George Davis handed Louisville the win.
In Ireland, Danté Leverock could not prevent Sligo Rovers losing 2-1 away to St Patrick’s Athletic in the SSE Airtricity Premier League on Friday.
Rovers opened the scoring in the 22nd minute through Romeo Parkes, but St Patrick’s sealed the win thanks to second-half goals by Glen McAuley and David Webster.
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