Cruz to serve suspended sentence for assaulting football referee

Cayman Islands national football player Michael Martin Cruz has been sentence to six months in jail after he assaulted referee Ben Whitty during a Cayman Islands Football Association league match on 23 January, 2020.

Future scores late to equalise against Bodden Town

A late header from Future’s James Ebanks secured a draw against Bodden Town FC Friday (22 January) night at the Haig Bodden Football Field. Similar to their first encounter, which ended nil-all during week four, the round 13 fixture in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Men’s League also ended with both teams earning oneContinue reading “Future scores late to equalise against Bodden Town”

Escobar Flores denied Scholars from advancing in the CIFA President’s Cup

After two hours of football Wednesday (2 December) night, the quarterfinal game between Latinos and Scholars needed a penalty shootout to decide who would move on in the Cayman Islands Football Association President’s Cup tournament. Latinos goalkeeper Carlos Alberto Escobar Flores kept the opposition out of his net; saving two of three (third shot missed)Continue reading “Escobar Flores denied Scholars from advancing in the CIFA President’s Cup”

Good start for Elite in the women’s league

Elite SC finally hit the pitch Sunday (11 October) night after missing rounds 1 and 2 in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Women’s League. The 2019-2020 league winners’ return featured a 5-0 victory over Latinos, who has been on a humiliating losing streak. Previously, Elite was scheduled to play against Roma Fusion in roundContinue reading “Good start for Elite in the women’s league”

Rodriguez late goal secures three points

Latinos’ Raul Rodriguez scored a hero’s goal with just 15 minutes left against Bodden Town Sunday (11 October) night at the Ed Bush Stadium. Both teams came into the game undefeated; winning their first two games in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Premier League. For Bodden Town the game was an opportunity to getContinue reading “Rodriguez late goal secures three points”

Hurricane Delta leaves CIFA games on hiatus

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) President Alfredo Whittaker confirmed Tuesday (6 September) afternoon, that two league games have been postponed due to forecast. “The matches were scheduled to play this week; Tuesday, and Wednesday but because of the tropical storm and hurricane warning that we had, CIFA decided to postpone those games for nextContinue reading “Hurricane Delta leaves CIFA games on hiatus”

Competitive showing in the Division One League return

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Division One League, previously known as the Fosters First Division reemerged after being cancelled 4 years ago. Teams like Cayman Athletic, Prospect United and Cayman Brac returned for league play after missing last season. While North Side and Alliance were both relegated following an unsatisfactory performance in the premierContinue reading “Competitive showing in the Division One League return”

Sunset scores an abundance of goals against Latinos

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Women’s League started its campaign Sunday (27 September) evening with two schedule matches. The first being Scholars International against Roma Fusion followed by Sunset taking on Latinos. However, it was the second game that shocked fans at Ed Bush Stadium after Sunset registered 16 goals to none. Sunset wasContinue reading “Sunset scores an abundance of goals against Latinos”