Calabash Soldiers led by Player of
the Week Sean Moyle’s three touchdown receptions thrashed the Burger King
Panthers 25-6 in the game of the week in Caybrew Men’s League action at Ed Bush
Stadium last Saturday.
Played in the driving rain of
Tropical Storm Alex, Calabash dominated the game on both sides of the ball.
Leslie Harvey rushed for the other Calabash score and helped out on defence
with two tackles. Quarterback Glenn Duran was 12 of 20 passing on the day with
the three touchdown passes and no interceptions. Nigel Solomon had two picks
for the Soldier defence.
For Burger King it was a rough day
as the Calabash defence was a step ahead of quarterback Neil Clements all
afternoon. Clements completed only 6 of 11 passes but threw three interceptions
that stymied promising Panther drives. Clements threw a touchdown pass to Neil
Appleby for the only score. Tito Solomon chipped in with four tackles on the
defensive side. Burger King level at 1 and 1 take on Maples Saturday while
Calabash go up against PWC.
In a game that was played in
driving rain Spin 94.9 FM Hellcats edged Maples Packers 6-0. The conditions
made it very difficult for both teams. Spin 94.9 FM only score was a 24 yard
touchdown pass to Taj Haye but it was enough on the day. Frecko Ebanks
completed 9 of 15 passes for the Hellcats throwing an interception. Phillip
Brown was the star for the Spin defense as he recorded four tackles and had his
second interception in as many weeks. Chester Hurlston as well as the rest of
the Spin defensive line continued to dominate the line of scrimmage. Hurlston
had three tackles to lead the squad. The game was the final game for Perry ‘Boy
Wonder’ Levy who is off to Hong Kong and will be sorely missed by his Hellcat
Maples failed to score for the
second week in a row and are having a hard time regaining their form of last
year. Kevin Solomon could only complete 2 of 6 passes and could not find the
right offensive mix to get anywhere near the end zone. Frankie Braithwaite had
another strong defensive outing recording three tackles and one interception.
Maples who are 0 and 2 get Burger King next while the 2 and 0 Spin 94.9 FM
Hellcats play Doghouse.
In the most interesting game of the
day Doghouse had to come from behind to nip the PWC Renegades 18-13. PWC
showing much improvement, led most of the game but PWC turned the ball over on
downs in their own end and Doghouse took advantage and eked out a late win.
Johnny Mack led the way with a touchdown pass and a rushing score while going
11 of 17 in the passing department. Jon Pump got the scoring toss while Jason
‘Wheels’ Moir rushed for the other score. Neil Daniels chipped in with three
tackles on the defensive side.
For PWC the game was a marked
improvement for a team who looks to be one or two players away from competing
for league honours. Antonio Hanna led the way for the Renegades as he rushed
for a touchdown and helped out on defence with five tackles. Barry Hunter
rushed for the other PWC score while Daniel Hiryok completed only 3 of 6 passes
but protected the ball well enough to keep PWC in the game. PWC have a tough
challenge to get a win next as they take on Calabash while Doghouse play Spin
94.9 FM in the feature game of the Caybrew Men’s League.