Scholars’ scores late to win the Women President’s Cup

Both women and men teams under Scholars International Sports Club competed in the finals of the Cayman Islands Football Association President’s Cup but it was the women team that prevailed with a win for the Scholars brand. Going into the match, Scholars were counted out but remained unfazed by the predictions and defeated Elite 2-1Continue reading “Scholars’ scores late to win the Women President’s Cup”

Latinos win first domestic cup since 2007

Latinos Football Club etch their names in the history books Sunday (23 August) night, after defeating Scholars International to win the Cayman Islands Football Association President’s Cup for the first time ever. It was the first domestic trophy lifted by the spanish team since 2007 when they won the FA Cup. “Thank you God,” saidContinue reading “Latinos win first domestic cup since 2007”

Bodden Town FC crowned league champions

Bodden Town Football Club left the Annex (17 August) Sunday night as the 2019-2020 Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Men’s League champions after beating East End 3-0. The Bodden Towners got off to a slow start, finishing the first half nil-all. However, in the second half Bodden Town’s Dexter Monroe found the back of theContinue reading “Bodden Town FC crowned league champions”

North Side bad run continues through Roma United

The final matches in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) League kicked off Saturday night (15 August) at the Annex, with Roma United handing North Side their twelfth consecutive loss. It was the first official match in the men’s league since the government implemented COVID-19 restrictions back in March. Roma’s Keneil Hillock opened the scoringContinue reading “North Side bad run continues through Roma United”

CIFA offering free referee certification

The opportunity to become a Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) referee has come. The CIFA Referees Department is offering free certificate online courses next month (September) for members of the public and current match officials. “Referees perform a vital role in the global sport of football, ensuring safety, fairness, equality and enjoyment,” stated in aContinue reading “CIFA offering free referee certification”

Football coach dead following early morning collision

Co-founder and former head coach for Tigers Football Club Gonzalo McLaughlin has passed away following an early morning collision in Bodden Town. According to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) just after 4:30AM Saturday morning (August 8th), emergency personnel responded to a report of a single vehicle collision involving a white Subaru Sunbar inContinue reading “Football coach dead following early morning collision”

3 teams to join CIFA women’s league

Woman’s football in Cayman Islands is set for an enhancement as the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) agreed to allow Latinos, Academy and Sunset to form their respective women teams for the upcoming season. “This would be great, not only for development but also for the league,” said CIFA president Alfredo Whittaker. “We would haveContinue reading “3 teams to join CIFA women’s league”

Scholars or Bodden Town to take the league title

The dates have been set for the final round in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) League. All twelve teams will return to the pitch for competition following a near four month layoff due to the coronavirus pandemic. Currently Bodden Town FC sits atop the table heading into round 11 with Scholars ISC lurking behindContinue reading “Scholars or Bodden Town to take the league title”

Coach Seymour stands for equality

Following the death of African American George Floyd, there has been millions of people protesting worldwide for equality, focusing on the “Black Lives Matter” movement. Academy Football Club longest serving youth coach, Virgil Seymour bares a heavy heart following the execution of Floyd after Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on his neck forContinue reading “Coach Seymour stands for equality”