With only one week to go before the
league is wrapped up and the AndroGroup Summer Touch series marches into its
final phase of knock out championships, it looks as though the teams perched on
top of all three divisions will remain unmoved going into the finals.
With Maples1 remaining at the top
and Appleby leapfrogging Genesis 5 Nations to second place thanks in no small
part to speedy Fijian Ratu racking up 25 tries to date, two of Cayman’s biggest
law firms should finish the season in first and second place in the top
division. CML dropped to fourth in the standings after a two point loss to
Maples sent the recruiters shooting down the rankings. Elsewhere in the
division, PWC earned a close one point win over DMS thanks to a brace of tries
from Etienne Duvenage whilst Genesis 5 Nations made little work of Ogier in a
Walkers Blue Iguanas had a
nail-biting close call against a resurgent Campbells side in a tight 2-2 battle.
The result ensures however that Walkers remain undefeated for the regular
season and on top of the league table. Elsewhere in the division Maples2 had a
close call in a high scoring affair against Grizz’s Old Fellas 6-6. The Old
Fellas have only earned one victory all season having been let down at times by
a lack of female players. Elsewhere in the division KPMG1 made little work of
the all female Heineken Light Maidens with a 6-1 win with only Sharlee Henshaw
finding her way to the score sheet for the Maidens.
KPMG2 climbed the final rung of the
table to share top spot with Trident Titans in Division 3. The KPMG2 season
record makes for better reading when compared to Trident having won more games
overall but with Trident having the better points difference it keeps the men
in black on top of the standings. GCM continue to remain bottom of the table
having only won two games early in the season but a high scoring 8-6 loss to
DART showed a glimmer of the GCM capabilities coming into the finals. Elsewhere
Island Heritage earned their second draw of the season against third placed
Trident Titans 5-5 thanks mainly to an Andrew Cousins hat-trick.