Leverock receives funding boost from BFA
Dante Leverock, captain of the Bermuda football team, has been presented with a special scholarship by the Bermuda Football Association to aid in his pursuit of a Master’s degree in Education.
Leverock was selected for the special scholarship, valued at $5,000, by the Bermuda Football Association’s Legends Scholarship Selection Committee.
The presentation was held at the Clyde Best Centre of Excellence where Leverock was presented with the scholarship by Mark Wade, the BFA president and Robert Horton, chairman of the Legends Scholarship Selection Committee.
The Bermuda defender was recognised for his leadership on and off the pitch and said he is grateful to receive the special scholarship.
He will be completing a Master’s degree in education, specialising in leadership and development.
“I have a passion for education and helping young people reach their goals,” Leverock said.
“Combining education with professional sports has helped me gain a unique insight that I hope to pass on to the next generation.”
Leverock ended his time at Radomiak Radom in February and is currently awaiting international clearance which will enable him to rejoin former club, Robin Hood, this season while furthering his education.
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