Avengerz tame Ace Panthers

The Appleby Avengerz finally got on
the winning side of a score in the Domino’s ladies division of the Cayman
Island’s Flag Football Association. Appleby, made up of mostly newcomers to the
sport, have been improving every time out and all the hard work finally paid
off. The Avengerz shut out Ace Paint and Décor Panthers 18-0 to pick up their
first ever league win.

Antoinette Thompson was only 8-of-20
passing but she completed three touchdown passes in leading Appleby. Carrie Bennett
had two touchdown passes while Tia Whittaker had one. Alex Saintvil, Shinette
Rhoden and Tricia Bell all had interceptions for the Appleby defence who are
now 1-5 on the year. Both teams, in addition to the rest of the ladies, have an
off week this weekend.

For Ace Paint and Décor last
Saturday it was an off day. Christina ‘Hugh’ Hefner returned to the helm but
had a so-so day going 12-of-25 passing with three interceptions. Lisa Malice
took over and was 5-of-9 passing but could not find the end zone. Alicia Dixon
had a strong two-way performance catching four passes while recording eight
tackles for the defence. Delicia Ebanks had an interception for the defence as
well. Ace Paint and Décor are now 2-4 on the year.

Hammerhead Lady Sharks continued
their amazing offensive show in thrashing the Zulu’s Warriors 38-6 Hammerheads
have scored an amazing 224 points so far this year an average of about 37
points a game. Saturday’s win was a total team effort, Scimone Campbell was the
star of the day for Hammerheads as she caught five passes and helped out on
defence with two interceptions and a tackle. Bobeth O’Garro had another strong
game at QB going 11-of-18 passing before stepping aside to let Ellen Downey
finish off. Downey threw two touchdown passes as well completing 2-of-4 passes.
Alexandra Terry, Christsania McLean, Kathy Miller and Hong Ngyuen all caught
scoring passes while Lolitta Hanna rushed for the other score.

For Zulus who dropped to 2-4 on the
year Dionne Whittaker led the way completing 3-of-10 passes for a touchdown
with one interception. She also had five tackles for her defence. Carneth
Thomas caught the touchdown pass. She also helped out at QB but only completed
1-of-5 passes while tossing an interception. Hammerheads at 5-1 sit alone in
second while Zulus are tied with Chiro and Ace Paint and Decor for sixth.

Walkers Wonders continued to find a
way to win, the sign of a very good team. Walkers outscored Lone Star Jager
Monsters 26-20 in the most entertaining game of the day. Cassandra Bodden
caught all four touchdown passes for Walkers and had two tackles on defence.
She also completed 2-of-3 passes stepping in at QB. Jordana Clark was steady
again going 15-of-24 passing with the four touchdown tosses. Clark also had six
tackles for her defence and Nicole Ramroop had five. Walkers played the game
with six players total. Walkers sit atop the league at 6-0.

For Lone Star Jager Monsters Ali
Amos and Michelle McTaggart led the way. Amos was 22-of-30 passing with three
touchdown passes while McTaggart caught ten passes, two of them for touchdowns.
Christina Bisnauth had the other TD catch. Keisha Solomon had five tackles for
the defence while Claire Harris chipped in with two. Lone Star are 3-3 and tied
for third with Andro.

In another entertaining affair
Andro edged Chiro Spa 20-14. It was a hard fought defensive struggle and Andro
did well to hold Chiro to 14 points. Christina McTaggart led the way going
6-of-6 passing with two touchdown passes. She also tossed two interceptions. Jo
Richards had a touchdown catch as did Caron Lumbra. Gillian and Heather Roffey
led the defence with nine and seven tackles respectively for Andro who improved
to 3-3 on the year.

For Chiro Spa whose offense has
been inconsistent all year it was a tough afternoon. Jessica Pawlik again led
the way going 13-of-25 with two touchdown passes. Emily Vaka’uta had a
touchdown catch as did Denise Moore-Williams. Maggie Ebanks had two
interceptions for the 3-3 Chiro Spa Jaguars as well.