The Bermuda Hogges take to the road in search of their first win this season.

The Premier Development League team has a record of two defeats and a draw in three league games — all of which were played at home.

The Hogges showed steady improvement as the season has worn on, with them sharing the spoils against Ocean City last weekend at BAA Field.

The team has a tough road schedule as it will play four games in seven days.

The Hogges’ first match will be against Westchester, at City Park Stadium, tonight, followed two days later when they play Brooklyn at the Metropolitan Oval.

The Hogges will have a short turnaround again as they face the Jersey Express at the NJIT Stadium Sunday afternoon and conclude their jam-packed road trip with a match against the Long Island Rough Riders at the Cy Donnelly Stadium on Tuesday.

The Hogges are in second to last place in the Mid Atlantic Division.

Head coach Maurice Lowe said: “As we embark on our first road trip of the season our aim is to build on our positive performances at home with positive results on the road.”

In total 20 players will be overseas during the next seven days.


The squad is as follows: Mikkall Crockwell, Tahj Bell, Roger Lee, Casey Castle, Jaylon Bather, Rakeem Deshields, Seion Darrell, Antwan Russell, Lashun Dill, Shakir Smith, Chris Caisey, Korvon Tucker, Domico Coddington, Darius Cox, Damon Ming, Troy Tucker, Keishen Bean, Reiko Trott, Marquel Waldron and Dante Leverock.

Head coach: Maurice Lowe, assistant coach: Devarr Boyles, team physio: Craig Brown.