We are absolutely delighted to announce that forward player Knory Scott has been called up to the Bermuda national side for the CONCACAF Nationals league matches against St Vincent and French Guiana on the 17th and 21st November respectively. Scott, who has been capped 3 times by his country thus far had this to say: “It’s always a tremendous privilege to play for the national side and I’m grateful for the opportunity. It’s an honour and something that most players dream of so to be able to represent my country means the world. I’m looking forward to the experience and then getting back to Lancing to help them climb the table; I’ve really enjoyed my start at the club.”

Manager Dave Altendorff added: “Knory has been fantastic for us since he’s come in, and everybody connected to the club wishes him and his teammates the best of luck in the forthcoming international fixtures. Knory has our full support and for the next couple of weeks we are all Bermudan fans!”.

Chairman Barry Sutton added ‘We are all delighted for Knory, who has made a fantastic start with the club. It is a sign of how far the club has come that we have players of international class turning out for the Lancers. We all wish Knory the very best of luck.’

You can tune in to see how Knory and the Bermudan team get on via Paramount Sports with all the games being broadcast live on Television.