Burger King filled with success

It’s the most intense division of
the WestTel Five-A-Side league. Players from across the six teams represent 90
per cent of the top calibre teams from the 2010 Cayman World Cup.

On Monday the athletes from the
Division 1 league at King’s Sports Centre, will take to the pitch, playing
towards WestTel Five-A-Side supremacy.

Coming off a two week break, the
WestTel Division 1 tournament will open a knock-out round of games with two matches
on Monday.

After a late season slip, the Bonaca
Boys, last season’s champions, find themselves in third place and will face off
against Scotiabank at 7pm.

The Bonaca Boys come into the match
as heavy favourites against Scotiabank, who have struggled throughout the

However the playoffs are never
guaranteed and Scotiabank are far from out of the title running, having earned
their first win of the season in the final week 13.

Game two of the night is sure to be
the highlight match for this opening playoff series.

Tru-Ballers, sitting at No.4, will
take on team WestTel at No.5 in what is sure to be a nailbiter. Both teams have
matching records and are full of talent with a number of players having
represented Cayman (Red) and Jamaica (Black) in the recent Cayman World Cup of
Football tournament.

Sitting out the opening week are Burger
King no.1 and Centre Spot No.2, who will see a bye for the first round of the

Centre Spot earned their second
place seed after defeating the Bonaca Boys in the final week of the regular
season and look to continue their season successes throughout the playoffs.

However the most revered team in
King’s Sports Centre Five-A-Side history, the only club to hold the perfect 13-0
record, Burger King sits atop the pack with another undefeated record at

They are hungry for their next
matchup. Freddy Ebanks, Burger King squad veteran said: “We’re looking forward
to our next match.

“We have been a dominant force all
season and are composed and ready to play our semi-final game.

“To keep our winning streak alive
we’re going to have to do what we did all season; use our greatest strength,
solid team work, to earn the title again.”

The Division 2 title was decided on
goal difference. Appleby and Transformers both finished on10-2 but it was
Appleby who clinched it with a goals difference of 33 compared to 27.

In Division 3 CFP Buzz Crusaders
had an identical record to Burger King, losing only two points in a draw in
their 12 matches.

CFP Buzz play on Tuesday at 7pm in
a semi-final match.

King’s Sports Centre is sure to be
a fan-filled arena over the next few weeks, as all three divisions of the
WestTel Five-A-Side football league battle out the playoff rounds.

Entrance is always free for
spectators attending games.

For more information on the
Five-A-Side playoffs including schedules, team standings, and results, visit www.csa.ky.

Registration for the next WestTel
Five-A-Side tournament set to begin in June has opened up.

For information on entering a
team into the next completion visit the league website or email Ray Singh at [email protected]