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Top tier teams make most of transfer window

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Having gained their promotion to the Premier League for the 2018 Domestic Season last year Porey Spring and Silver Sands have geared themselves up to make more than a simple splash in the top tier. That is because the two teams have augmented their ranks with upward of 10 new additions. Taking advantage of the transfer window which closed just before the end of the year, debutantes Porey Spring, and Silver Sands who have found their way back to the top-flight, will be looking to give the others a run for their money as they build up their arsenal against some of the premiership stalwarts.

Porey Spring are new to this level and have enlisted the likes of Raymond Hope, former national player Jomo Harewood and Shakir Skeete of St. Andrew Lions. The trio would have just played a major role in helping St. Andrew to this year's David Thompson Memorial Constituency Councils Football Classic. Also in the squad are Marc Alleyne and Renaldo Hunte from the now-relegated Belfield and Jayden Carter from Empire.

Silver Sands seems to have spared no expense as they have pulled players from Belfield, Parish Land and Wotton. They have also showed that they have an eye for quality as they picked up Rico Forde, Michael Farrell and Kemar Dottin from the Barbados Defence Force Sports Programme.

Brittons Hill were also big in the market and took up several talents. Most notable was the return of Dwayne Stanford after a stint at Rendezvous. Along with two Belfield players joining the fold, Brittons pulled up three from Division 2's Central League Spartans in Andre Brathwaite, Brandon Walcott and Darien Walcott.

2016 Premier League winners University of the West Indies Blackbirds got in on the action as well and snagged themselves Mustafa Haqq and Juwan Prescod from Brittons Hill along with players from Ellerton and Belfield. What is most interesting is their pull of Najae Greaves from Checker Hall.

With the a most-interesting premiership slated to kick off in March, the public at large and local football pundits will get a chance to see how these new 'buys' will work for teams when the 2018 Preseason Cup gets off the ground next month.



Premier League Team Transfers



Jason Haynes from Belfield

Zacharie Browne from Pinelands

Ramone Shorey (L) from College Savannah

Shad Parris from Hothersal Turning



Ross Perry (L) from L and R

Akeil Lorde from L and R

Ramon Manning from UWI

Amal Mayers from UWI

Dario Harewood from UWI

Mark Bushell from L and R



Chad McCollin (L) Wales

Omar Primus from Belfield

Xavier Dottin-Lynch from Exactly Unified

Keymar Holligan form Belfield

Mario Domingo (L) from Exactly Unified

Kwame Wilfred from Wotton

Brett Carrington from Carlton


Porey Spring

Raymond Hope from St. Andrew Lions

Jomo Harewood from St. Andrew Lions

Shakir Skeete from St. Andrew Lions

Shamar Edwards from Sunrise Ballers

Ryan Stuart from Barbados Youth Service

Justin White from Barbados Youth Service

Marc Alleyne from Belfield

Jayden Carter from Empire

Juwon Walcott (L) from Paradise Youth (U17)

Renaldo Hunte from Belfield


Notre Dame

Rivaldo Graham from Police Sports Club

Stefon Elliot from Barbados Youth Service

Azarel Croney from Belfield

Tre Ifill from UWI

Xavier Clarke from Whitehall Titans

Ron Pile from Barbados Youth Service

Dorrian McClean from Belfield


University of the West Indies Blackbirds

Juwan Prescod from Brittons Hill

Mutafa Haqq from Brittons Hill

Damien Small from Ellerton

Romario Watson from Ellerton

Reno Shepherd from Hothersal Turning

Najae Greaves from Checker Hall

Josiah Hinds from Belfield


Brittons Hill

Dwayne Stanford from Rendezvous

Norrin Corbin from KPR

Kemar Chase from Youth Milan

Stephen Payne from Belfield

Andre Brathwaite from Central League Spartans

Brandon Walcott from Central League Spartans

Darien Walcott from Central League Spartans

Henderson Richards from Belfield

Romario Small from Waterford Compton



Ramar Miller from UWI


Silver Sands

Keiondre Cummins from Fairy Valley

Marcus Thomas from Belfield

Shad King (L) from Belfield

Jamal Pinder from Belfield

Dayne Gordan from Parish Land

Nicholas Cooper from Wotton

Jamal Moore from Wotton

Mario Birkett from Parish Land

Renaldo Dublin (L) from Pride of Gall Hill

Sylvester Small from College Savannah

Rico Forde from BDF Sports Programme

Michael Farrell from BDF Sports Programme

Kemar Dottin from BDF Sports Programme


BDF Sports Programme

Jabbary Chandler from Wotton

Ranaldo Bailey from UWI

Darico King from St. Andrew Lions


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