October 31, 2020

Corey Smith’s hat trick seals win for St. Ignatius’ Under 11s

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CUC PFLThe 2013/2014 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) resumed this past weekend following the mid- term break with a number of games played at various venues across the Island.

In the feature game in Group A, St. Ignatius Prep travelled to the Dart Field to tackle the lively youngsters from Cayman International School.

In the Under 9 encounter, both schools had to settle for a point each following a 1-1 draw. St. Ignatius’ Chad Owens opened the scoring in the 6th minute only to see Cayman International School equalise three minutes later from a sublime strike from energetic skipper Francisco Magno.

In the later game, St. Ignatius’ Corey Smith scored a hat trick in the 15th, 33rd and 34th minutes to secure a 6-0 win over the Under 11s from Cayman International School. Skipper Jonah Sigsworth opened the scoring in the 10th minute for the boys in purple with Nathan Trickett and Kiefer Ebanks adding a goal each in the 27th and 57th minutes respectively.

2012pflrally 02webOther results from Group A were Sir John A. Cumber Primary 6 vs. George Town Primary 0 (Under 9) and Sir John A. Cumber Primary 1 vs. George Town Primary 1 (Under 11).

In Group B, it was Red Bay Primary 3 vs. Bodden Town Primary 4 (Under 9); Red Bay Primary 1 vs. Bodden Town Primary 3 (Under 11); NorthEast Schools 7 vs. Triple C 1 (Under 9) and NorthEast Schools 4 vs. Triple C 0 (Under 11).

In games played on Saturday, November 2, it was Prospect Primary 0 vs. Cayman Prep 6 (Under 9) and Prospect Primary 1 vs. Cayman Prep 5 (Under 11).

The 2013/2014 CUC PFL regular season continues this weekend with Truth For Youth vs. Savannah Primary (Annex Field) in Group A; and in Group B, it’s Red Bay Primary vs. South Sound Schools (Annex Field); Bodden Town Primary vs. NorthEast Schools (Bodden Town); and Prospect Primary vs. Triple C (Prospect Primary).

The Group A match between George Town Primary and Cayman International School has been postponed.

 

 

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