Senior netball has wrapped up its regular season with two undefeated teams on top.
Storm Quick Cash A and John Gray Mixed are the front runners in the A and B divisions of the Cayman Islands Netball Association senior women’s league.
Both sides are 5-0 and have earned the maximum point total of 15. Defense has been a strong trait of both sides as they have allowed the fewest number of goals in their divisions.
Leading the way for Storm has been the likes of Michelle Powell, Anissa Owen and Joanne Zieger. Meanwhile JG Mixed have seen Courtisha Ebanks, Janeka Ebanks and Sheynae Watson step up and perform.
Following on Storm’s heels in division A are the Butler Properties All Stars. All Stars, led by Pauline Bodden and Avril Myers are 4-1 with their one loss at the hands of Storm.
From there players like Kay Copeland, Zoenief Walker and Stacey-Ann Dehaney have Roma in third. The side has posted decent numbers with a 3-2 record, 169 goals scored with 139 goals allowed.
Rawlinson and Hunter are the fourth seed and claim the last playoff spot. The likes of Alicia Dixon and Melanie Lewis have steadied the side in spite of allowing the most goals in their division with 216.
Bodden Town Eclipzers A came in fifth with a 1-4 record. In spite of players like Janice Morrison and Sharmain Anderson the side scored just 83 goals (fewest in the division).
Rising Stars A come into the cellar as they failed to notch a win on the year. They played tough, with plenty of hustle from Tricia Skyers Palacio, Marcia Moiten and Wendy Fisher.
Following on John Gray’s heels are a trio of teams with identical 3-2 records. Led by Geraldeen Smith, Storm Quick Cash B are in second. Maples and Calder are in third and Rising Stars B claim the final playoff spot in fourth.
Team Unity fall into fourth at 1-4 and Bodden Town Eclipzers B are at the bottom without a win.
Games in the league were played Thursdays and Saturdays at the netball courts at Truman Bodden Sports Complex.
The playoffs start tonight at 6:30pm.