Boulevard bolster ranks
Christmas has arrived early for Boulevard in the form of the Bermuda Football Association’s late transfer period.
The Premier Division side were the biggest beneficiaries having acquired the services of seven players during the late transfer period that ran from November 15 to 30.
Zaire Jackson-Burchall and Natrea Eversely have joined from Dandy Town while Terreko Wilson and Enyche Zuill have signed from North Village.
Jason Symons and Henry-Stevens-Carty have joined Boulevard from First Division side St David’s while Azir Harvey has transferred from PHC Zebras. The influx of players could not have been more timely for winless Boulevard who have struggled with numbers lately.
Somerset Trojans and X-Roads also benefited significantly during the late transfer period with both teams acquiring four players each.
Dion Stovell and Ajani Albouy-Lovell have both joined Somerset from Paget Lions, who dropped out of the First Division at the start of the season after struggling to field a squad. Jonathan Bean has moved from Somerset Eagles and Hubert Butterfield from Dandy Town.
Jaman Lottimore has joined X-Roads from First Division BAA, Ari Cannonier from Robin Hood, Lezano Darrell from Southampton Rangers and Mahlon Burgess from First Division side Wolves. Rangers picked up three players with Shaquille Bean and Ramar Simmons both joining from Somerset and Kamli Davis from Town. Village and Devonshire Cougars have both acquired two players.
Antonio Carvelho and Jason Lee have joined Village from BAA and Cougars while Darius Cox and Koshua Durrant have joined Cougars from Rangers. Cox is returning to his old stamping ground at Devonshire Recreation Club having previously played for Cougars.
PHC acquired one player during the late transfer period with Jade Morrissey joining from Trojans.
Town were the hardest hit during the late transfer period having lost nine players, followed by Village with six and Rangers and Cougars who lost five each.
First Division Flanagans Onions have picked up six players, while Young Men’s Social Club have added five players.
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