Goals abound in CIFA youth leagues

| 08/05/2018
CNS Local Life

Action from the Girls U13 league between Academy SC (blue) and George Town SC (red)

(CIFA): As the 2018 Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) youth leagues enter the final few weeks of competition, the leagues’ top clubs jostle for position, while others are stamping their dominance with plenty of goals. In the Girls Under 13 games played this past Saturday, 5 May, Elite SCs Stoyanna Stewart put on a finishing clinic by scoring all five goals in Elite’s 5-0 defeat of Sunset FC.

In the other Girls Under 13 game, Academy SC found it difficult to break down a steadily improving and resolute George Town SC, but Talia McMillan-Collett finally broke the deadlock for Academy team in a 1-0 win.

In the Boys Under 11 league, Future SCs Caleb Fredricks continued his rich vein of form by scoring two goals in a 3-0 defeat of 345 FC A. David Seymour added his name to the list of scorers with a fine headed finish.

Sunset Warriors downed George Town SC 2-1 thanks to a Jaxon Cover strike and an own goal. George Town’s Dave Gillespie grabbed a consolation goal for his club.

345 FC B ran out 3-0 victors over East End United FC thank to goals from Daniel DeQuintal, Danny Lyne and Adrian Overa.

Sunset Rockets enjoyed a 2-0 win over an energetic Latinos FC A team with Ethan Cansell scoring both goals for the three points.

The two teams from Academy Sports Club rounded off the day’s activities with Academy SC Lionfish defeating Bodden Town FC 4-0 thanks to three goals from Kaleb Barboram and a solitary strike from Ajani Carnegie, and Academy SC Stingrays downing Latinos FC B 10-0 with Jaeden Gordon (3), Kyan Okoli (2), Joshua Elliott (2), Zachary Brooks and Sean Byles adding their names to the list of goal scorers. The 10th goal was an own goal.

Games scheduled this week include FA Cup knockout games in the Boys Under 15 league. On Monday, 7 May, Future SC defeated Bodden Town FC 2-0, and will face Cayman Athletic SC in the semifinal on Thursday, 10 May at 4pm at the Annex Field.

In the second semifinal on 10 May, Academy SC White face Academy SC Blue at the Ed Bush Field for a place in the 2018 Under 15 Boys FA Cup Final, which is scheduled for 6pm on Saturday, 12 May at the Annex Field.

Tags: ,

Category: Football, Sports

Comments are closed.