Scholars teach neighbours a lesson

Scholars International are still on
top of the 2009-2010 Cayman Islands Football Association Premier League
competition after beating West Bay neighbours Future SC 3-1 last Sunday at the
TE McField Annex.

Nemroy Forbes netted in the 54th
and 58th minute for Scholars International after a goalless first half score
while Nahun Rodriquez netted in the 70th minute. Future’s consolation goal was
scored by Damian Williams in the 87th minute.

Meanwhile, in the game played
earlier at this same venue between George Town and Roma it was George Town who
earned the three points after whipping Roma 4-1.

Tex Whitelocke had a ball netting a
hat-trick. The goals were scored in the 39th, 58th and 83rd minute. Justin
Pierre opened the scores in the 32nd minute for George Town. Dwayne ‘Gaza’
Wright pulled back one for Roma in the 90th minute.

Down in West Bay at the Ed Bush
Stadium Tigers continued on their winning streak beating defending champions
Elite 4-2.

Carlos Powery started the scoring
for Tigers in the 14th minute courtesy of a penalty kick. Three minutes later
Richard Grant placed one firmly past goal keeper Joseph James. Lende Carter
made the half time score 3-0 in the 34th minute.

At the start of the second half
Tigers were at it again in the 49th minute off the boots of newly transferred
Eric Brown.

However, in the 66th minute Hank
Parchment netted for Elite and in the 75th minute Jairo Sanchez netted from the
penalty spot.

Young Bodden Town and Digicel Cup
finalist outplayed Sunset 4-1 at this same venue.  

It was the prolific Charlo Mclean
who drew first blood for Bodden Town in the 16th minute but veteran Junior
Fisher equalized for Sunset in the 19th minute.

Theron Wood was on target in the
46th minute for Bodden Town. Dwayne Connor netted in the 55th minute and Wood
completed his double in the 82nd minute.

There will be no games this Sunday
to allow Bodden Town and George Town to prepare for the Digicel Cup final
scheduled for Ash Wednesday 17 February.

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