North Side are still leading in the Cayman Islands Football Association Foster’s First Division League competition with 15 points from six games.
Bodden Town are next in line with 12 points followed by Scholars International B and Sunset B with seven each, East End have six while Elite B and Academy are at the bottom with three points apiece.
Tomorrow Sunset faced Academy at the Annex at 5pm, East End meet Elite B at 7:pm at this venue while Bodden Town travel to Ed Bush Stadium to play Scholars International B at 7pm.
North Side get a bye.
The two top teams at the end of this competition will be promoted to the CIFA Premier League replacing the two bottom placed teams at the end of the Premier League competition.
Meanwhile, Women’s United are on top of the Simon Robshaw Caytech 2008-2009 Senior Women’s Football League with ten points.
This team celebrates its second season and are the defending champions.
Women’s United Shenel Gall leads in the goals scoring aspect with four followed by Kimberly Rivers of Future SC and Zoenief Walker of Sunset with two goals each.
Sunset are next with seven points followed closely by Elite SC with five. Future SC have four points and Scholars International are at the bottom with a single point.
Women’s United are also doing well defending their title in the CIFA Under 17 Girls Football League.
They lead with 12 points followed by Elite FC and Future SC with nine. Stingrays are on three points while Catholic are yet to get off the mark.
Women’s United Somali Hall leads the goal scoring race with five goals while her team mate Alyssa Chin follows with two points.
Games continue this weekend.
Women’s United handed an 11-0 defeat to Catholic in their CIFA FA Knock-Out Cup competition which started recently and are into the semi-finals due to be played later this week against Stingrays.
The other semi finalists are Future against Elite they play today at the Annex Play Field.