Walkers Wonders held on to first place in the women’s division of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association as a result of a very close win over Hammerheads.
All Zulu’s Red Bull matches are played at the Ed Bush field in West Bay.
Hammerheads are playing the best football of their season and Walkers were lucky to escape with the victory.
Jordana Clarke was again the star of the game for Walkers going 14 of 23 passing against the tough Hammerheads defense. Clarke threw three touchdown passes with a couple of interceptions.
Krishan Welcome hauled in two of the TD passes and Cassandra Bodden had the other scoring catch. Walker’s record now stands at 10 and 1.
Hammerheads were led by the dynamic Bobeth O’Garro who threw two touchdown passes and chipped in with six tackles for the defense.
Dionne Anglin and Kathy Miller each had touchdown catches for the 6 and 4 Lady Sharks. Scimone Campbell and Keisha Anglin helped out on defense with an interception each. Walkers take on the winless Maples team tomorrow while Hammerheads play Zulus.
In the day’s second game Andro Killa-Watts thumped Maples 20-6. Andro kept their playoff hopes alive with the win. Sophie Dilbert was key to the victory as she recorded five tackles and picked off two passes one of which she ran back for a touchdown.
Heather Roffey also helped out with seven tackles and two touchdown catches. Christina McTaggart was 8 of 14 passing with two touchdown passes at the helm for Andro who improve to 3 and 7 and must win against Ace next week to have any hope of making the playoffs.
Maples were again led by Loletta Hanna who was 17 of 24 passing with one touchdown pass. Judy Rivers caught the lone scoring toss and Emily Vaka’uta had seven receptions for the 0 and 10 Divas who take on Walkers next.
Zulu’s Warriors kept their hopes of a regular season championship alive with a 25-13 win over DMS.
Zulu’s have to win their remaining two games and win big in order to close the point differential gap Walkers have built up.
The two teams have split the season series and Walkers would take the regular season title on point differential.
Zulu’s was led by Ali Amos on Saturday as she tossed four touchdown passes. She only completed six passes but four of them were scoring tosses.
Kate Marshall and Christina Bisnauth each had two touchdown catches for the 9 and 1 Warriors who play the surging Hammerheads team tomorrow.
DMS was led by offensive player of the year candidate Jessica Cribb who was 10 of 18 passing with two touchdown passes one each to Keisha Terry and Renne Thompson.
DMS dropped to 4 and 7 on the year and are in a tough battle for the final playoff spot. DMS have the bye this week and will have to win their final game to have a chance to advance to the playoffs.