Paul Scope with Dr. Lou Matthews. *Photo supplied
Paul Scope with Dr. Lou Matthews. *Photo supplied

The Division One side were suspended from using Goose Gosling Field for their home games after failing to meet payments — $400 a game — for use of the synthetic pitch.

But directors of Bermuda Hogges have stepped in with a cash donation to help the stricken Blazers  fulfil the rest of its commitments this season.

Dr. Lou Matthews, President of the Boulevard Community Club, said in a press release: “This donation from the Directors of the Hogges is a refreshing shot in the arm for the club and affirmation that we are slowly but surely moving in the right direction in refocusing on our community and the young men we impact.

“We will utilize the funds to support the finish of our campaign this year and the development of the young people. In recent weeks we have seen individuals like Paul Scope reach out in genuine partnership and support. We are grateful and will continue to forge ahead with the greater support of football and the community.”

Paul Scope, Director of the Bermuda Hogges,said: “We believe in and support their stance of establishing a platform for right minded young players who make responsible decisions and who can also contribute to a long-standing community club such as Boulevard CC.

“Bermuda Hogges have always worked with the clubs that form the Bermuda Football Association and continue to select players from a wide variety of clubs including Boulevard C.C.. Players such as Tekhayi Walker and Quadir Maynard have given valuable service to the Hogges whilst being Boulevard players.” n