Tex banks another hat-trick

After this year’s World Cup locals
are still eagerly getting their kicks in. As the 2010 Corporate Football League
proves many are starring in West Bay.

Last week the Ed Bush field saw a
quartet of matches with no shortage of goals. First Caribbean International
Bank notched the most strikes as they demolished PriceWaterhouseCoopers 6-2.
With the win the bankers registered their first points of the season. Leading
the goal assault was last year’s top scorer and Cayman national team player Tex
Whitelocke who had a hat-trick while Antonio ‘Toni’ Smith also had three goals.
PWC got both of their goals from Richard Pooley. Whitelocke is in free scoring
form having hit five goals for the national side against East End in a practice
game on Sunday.

Meanwhile Butterfield continued
their momentum with a 2-1 win over Fidelity. Zuri Darrell scored his third of
the season and Nicolas ‘Speedy Gonzales’ Tibbetts opened his account for
Butterfield. Donovan Godet scored for Fidelity.

A satisfied Dwight Moxam said: “We
have a great squad and a showed a great desire to right the wrongs of the first

Disappointed Fidelity skipper
Martha Godet said: “We dominated most of the first half and we should have put
away at the very least four goals in the first half but we didn’t.”

Front runners Cayman National Bank
stayed top with a 2-0 win over Dart. Abraham Fredericks and Matthew Moss
Solomon got on the scorer’s sheet. Nikolai Hill and Rhod Taylor played well for

After the game captain Justin
Pierre said: “We played okay but we definitely have played better. I believe
having about four starters not able to play for one reason or another caused a
bit of confusion on the field.”

Elsewhere Maples beat UBS 3-2 for
their first win this season. Colm Moynihan and James Tweedie scored for UBS
while Maples benefitted from strikes by Gary McLean, Elroy Allen and Fabio

In spite of the win Maples coach
Dominic Whitaker said: “They’re a hard-headed bunch this lot but it just goes
to show what they can do when they put a bit of effort in. I’ve got my work cut
out for me trying to get this team to play like we did in the second half for
the remainder of the season. I’m young and I’ve got a full head of hair for now
but by the end of the season I could be looking like Old Man McLean!”