Local televised sport gets a new dimension this weekend.
All roads leads to the TE McField Sports Centre on Sunday at 7pm when there will be a live broadcast by Cayman 27 Television of the game between defending champions Elite and the unbeaten Scholars International in the Cayman Islands Football Association Premier League competition.
In the early game to be played at 5pm Bodden Town takes on Roma. At the Ed Bush Stadium Sunset face Tigers at 5pm and Future meets George Town at 7pm.
Scholars International have embarked on a goal feast since the start of the season.
So far Scholars have scored 15 times and the league’s leading scorers so far is shared between Fabian Malcolm of Scholars International and Kiegel Atkinson of Tigers FC with four.
Can Elite overcome this goal hungry, title chasing team who have been Cayman’s top side for the past 30 years?
Will the defending champions who have started slowly find enough form to face the rejuvenated Scholars International?
These answers and more will be answered on Sunday when Elite led by captain Abijah Rivers show how well they can face up to the solid defence line of Scholars.
Scholars International have 12 points from four games and are leading with five points ahead of Tigers who have seven. George Town, Elite and Sunset are on five points each, Bodden Town on four, Future and Roma on three apiece.