Hammerheads Lady Sharks are the new
regular season champions in the Domino’s Lady’s Division of the Cayman Island’s
Flag Football League. Hammerheads, who have been an offensive machine all year,
averaging 36 points a game squashed, Appleby 40-12 to clinch top spot.
Bobeth O’Garro led the way again
for Hammerheads as she threw five touchdown passes caught three passes and intercepted
two touchdowns one of which she ran back for a score on an Appleby convert.
Scimone Campbell, Kathy Miller and Hong Ngyuen each had a touchdown reception
for Hammerheads while Courtisha Ebanks had two and led her defence with three
tackles and two interceptions. Campbell chipped in with four tackles and an
interception as well. Hammerheads get a bye in the first round of the playoffs.
Appleby, who are by far the most
improved team in the league, ran into a buzz saw and could not catch up. Tricia
Bell was the player of the day for Appleby as she caught three passes one for a
touchdown and had five tackles for her defence. Antoinette Thompson threw two
touchdown passes for Appleby but she also had five interceptions which led to
three Hammerhead scores. Shawanna Hera had the other touchdown catch to round
out the Appleby scoring. Appleby are still alive for the final playoff spot but
will have to wait for the result of the Ace Paints and Décor and Andro game
this weekend. This game was originally scheduled for earlier in the season but
had to be postponed.
Lone Star Jager Monsters set a
league record for most points in a game with a 62-30 victory over Andro
Killa-Watts. Ali Amos threw nine touchdown passes as the Jager Monsters
clinched a playoff spot. Amos finished 35 of 42 passing with no interceptions.
Renee Thompson had four touchdown
catches while Michelle McTaggart and Keisha Solomon each had two and Dani
Warren had one. Solomon led her defence with five tackles and an interception
and Joanna Screaton helped out with four tackles. Lone Star will wait and see
who their first round playoff opponent is.
For Andro Christina McTaggart led
the way with four touchdown passes going 14 of 23 passing and two
interceptions. Heather Roffey had two touchdown receptions and Jo Richard and
Caron Lumbra each had one. Sophia Dilbert led the defence with eight tackles
while Phillippa Knight chipped in with seven tackles. Andro play Ace Paints
this weekend and must win to have a shot at the final playoff spot.
Chiro Spa clinched a playoff spot
with a 28-20 win over Ace Paints and Décor. Jessica Pawlik and Shamar Ennis led
the Jaguars to the win. Pawlik threw two touchdown passes while going 16 of 28
in the passing department with one interception. Ennis had two rushing touchdowns
and caught a touchdown pass while Lisa Juaneza had the other scoring toss.
Juaneza led the defensive charge with seven tackles and Shari Seymour helped
out with the same. Chiro wait to find out who they will meet in the first round
of the playoffs.
For Ace who have also clinched a
playoff spot, Lisa Malice led the way going 19 of 28 passing with three
touchdowns and an interception. Alicia Dixon caught two of the scoring tosses
and Betsy Smith had the other. Delicia Ebanks led the defence with eight
tackles while Janique Samson had six tackles and an interception. Ace play
Andro Saturday in a make up game that will settle the playoff picture.
In the final game of the day
Walkers Wonders eliminated Zulu’s Warriors from the playoff scene with a 38-32
win. Jordana Clarke threw five touchdown passes while going 17 of 20 passing
with two interceptions. Isatou Sey caught three of the touchdown passes while
Cassandra Bodden had the other two. Bodden chipped in with four tackles for her
defence while Nicole Ramroop led the way with six tackles. Walkers finished
second and will have a bye in the first round of the playoffs.
For Zulu’s who finished off a
frustrating year with a strong showing, Dionne Whittaker, as she has all year,
led the way. She threw four touchdown passes completing 22 of 37 passes with an
interception. Lahnezia Thomas caught three of the touchdown tosses and Eleanor
Berry the other scoring toss. Whittaker led the defence with four tackles as
well as her work for the offensive unit. Zulu’s finished the year 3 and 9 and
are out of the playoffs.