AT THE AGE OF 14
Jack Harrison left the Manchester United FC Academy to pursue his academic and athletic goals at Berkshire School in the United States. After a tremendous four years representing Berkshire and Black Rock FC, being named a NSCAA National All-American, and Gatorade National High School Player of the Year, Jack was awarded a full scholarship to play at Wake Forest University.
In a breakout season, Jack became the first player in ACC history to earn the Offensive Player of the Year Award as a freshman, leading the team to a regular-season #1 ranking.
That winter, Jack was selected as the #1 overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft and quickly became a starlet with New York City FC.
In the winter of 2017, Jack received his first international cap with the England U21's.
On January 30th, 2018 Jack was sold to Manchester City FC for 6.5 million dollars. On loan from Manchester City, Jack would find a starting place at Leeds United under the management of South American legend Marcelo Bielsa. In July of 2019, Jack signed a contract extension with Man City taking his current deal to 2022.
Presently, Jack has cemented his starting place in Bielsa's Leeds United promotion seeking side and has tallied an impressive 5 goals and 6 assists in his 28 starts this season.
born in Spanish Point, Bermuda, began his electrifying soccer career with the local club Dandy Town Hornets. In 2009, Zeiko chose to move to the United States, where he attended the Berkshire School. Zeiko spent 4 successful years at Berkshire and was named an NSCAA All American his senior year after an explosive season tallying 33 goals and earning a scholarship to Boston College.
In his four years with the Eagles, Zeiko totaled 18 goals and 27 assists— a program record — in 70 starts. In addition, he won ACC Freshman of the Year and earned All-ACC First Team honors as a senior. Zeiko was awarded the Boston College Men's Eagle of the Year Award at the 2017 Golden Eagle Awards.
Zeiko was selected as the 17th overall pick in the 2017 MLS Super Draft by the New York Red Bulls.
In March of 2018, Zeiko signed with Icelandic powerhouse and ‘Pepsideild’ first-tier club, Fimleikafélag Hafnarfjarðar. After spending a season in Iceland, Lewis returned to the United States by signing with the Charleston Battery of USL Championship on 7 February 2019.
Born in Sandys Parish, Bermuda, Donawa grew up with a passion for sports. A standout on the football pitch, track-star and with a passion for cricket, Donawa proved to be quite the young athlete. Donawa would go on to earn himself a spot at the Berkshire School in Sheffield, Massachusetts. Competing alongside Jack Harrison and fellow Bermudian Zeiko Lewis, Donawa was part of a Berkshire team that won back to back to back NEPSAC Class A state titles in 2012, 2013, and 2014. During his time at Berkshire Donawa also had a very successful Track & Field Career, earning himself several NEPSAC titles for triple-jump and long jump. Donawa accepted a two sport athletic scholarship at Dartmouth to play football and track & field.
During his time at Dartmouth, Donawa was an integral part of a strong team that would win 3 IVY League Championships. His junior year, Donawa was named First Team All-IVY League after being named an honourable mention his freshman and sophomore years.
After his outstanding IVY League career at Dartmouth, Donawa was selected in the 3rd round of the 2019 MLS Super draft to Columbus Crew. During the same year, Donawa was part of a Bermuda Mens National team that would make its first ever Gold Cup appearance, a great achievement which led to some international recognition for Donawa. After a successful trail with UK's National League North side, Darlington FC, Donawa was offered a contract with the club for the 2019-20 season.
Donawa has made an impressive start at Darlington FC, scoring 9 goals in all competition with just 11 starts.