The 2010/11 season of the Sunday
Football League is fast approaching and it promises to be the biggest and best
season to date. With new sponsor Heineken on board the teams are gearing up for
the big kick off on 3 October.
Last season Harry’s FC were crowned
champions and were presented with the league trophy after their 5-1 victory
against Old Boys in May. This was a tangible reward for their efforts in the
previous seven months, which thoroughly entertained from day one. Harry’s also
won the CML Cup so they will be the team to beat when the new season commences.
With league games averaging over
four goals per game there was never a lack of talking points, especially during
the first half of the season with all teams taking points from each other and
as a consequence the spot at the top of the table changed on numerous
occasions. As sides struggled for consistency it wasn’t until the half way
stage after Christmas that Harry’s FC, MC Devils and Old Boys were able to
string together victories that made them league contenders.
Ultimately, it was Harry’s who took
the honours, finishing nine points clear of second place Old Boys. Henry
Mitchell of the Old Boys won the golden boot, with 20 league goals, a strike
rate of one per game. Harry’s Ian Kenyon finished second with a creditable 14
A number of players who participated last season
have now left Cayman which means some teams have gaps in their squads which
they hope to fill with new players.
Anyone interested in
participating in the league next season should contact the league organiser by
email: [email protected]