CUC Girls’ Primary Football League set for kickoff

The always entertaining primary school football returns this weekend as the CUC Girls’ Primary Football League (GPFL) Opening Rally kicks-off the 2021 primary school football season on Saturday, September 11 at the T.E. McField Field (Annex Field) in George Town starting at 9:00 a.m. The boys kick-off their season with the CUC Primary Football LeagueContinue reading “CUC Girls’ Primary Football League set for kickoff”

WC Qualifiers: Cayman Islands loses 3-0 to Suriname

The Cayman Islands are off to play their second match in the World Cup qualifiers against Canada this Sunday (March 28) after losing their opening game against Suriname on Wednesday. The Surinamese squad outclassed Cayman enroute to a 3-0 victory at the Dr. Franklin Essed Stadion. The Cayman Football Association Football President Alfredo Whittaker statedContinue reading “WC Qualifiers: Cayman Islands loses 3-0 to Suriname”

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”

Frederick signs one year deal with Ngaruawahia United AFC

23 year old Caymanian footballer, Joshewa Frederick has signed with Ngaruawahia United AFC. According to Ottawa Pro Sports Management (OPSM) president Mackenzie Longpre, (Frederick’s agent) both parties came to an agreement over the weekend. The New Zealand based football club, will serve as Frederick’s first professional team ever played for once he hits the field. “We areContinue reading “Frederick signs one year deal with Ngaruawahia United AFC”

Top striker potentially out of action

Leading goal scorer in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) league, Jonah Ebanks may be out of action. During his President’s Cup match against Latinos Wednesday (2 December) night, Ebanks appeared to have hyperextended his left knee early in the game. The Cayman Islands national striker tried to continue playing after he initially injured himself,Continue reading “Top striker potentially out of action”

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”