Elite aim to extend

Cayman Islands Football Association action resumes on Sunday. Elite Sporting Club ended the year leading the point standings in the CIFA Premier League with 26 points, Scholars International are second with 17 points, Roma are next with 15, Tigers and Bodden Town on 13, George Town on 12 and East End and Future and on nine and eight respectively.

On Sunday Elite meet Future at the TE McField Sports Centre at 5pm and Roma face George Town at 7pm at this venue. At the Ed Bush Stadium, Bodden Town encounter Tigers at 5pm and at 7pm East End comes face to face with defending champions Scholars International.

Academy leads i the CIFA Foster’s First Division League with 20 points followed closely by North Side on 19, Cayman Athletic just behind with 17, Sunset 16, Latinos 14, Scholars eight, Prospect and Elite B five, George Town and Bodden Town four.

This competition resumes on 8 January with the staging of three games.

Sunset meet George Town at the Annex at 5pm; Academy face Latinos at this same venue at 7pm while at the North Side Play Field North Side hosts Cayman Athletics.

Women United remain unbeaten in the CIFA Women’s League.

They lead with nine points while Elite and Future have four points.

Scholars and Sunset then follow behind on one point each. Games resume on 8 January at the North Side Play Field when Elite encounter Future at 5pm.

Bodden Town FC leads in the CIFA Under-17 and Under-15 Youth League with ten and twelve points respectively whilst Future SC leads in the Under-13 age group with 18 points.

There will be two games in the Under-13 age group on 12 January when Tigers face Future at 4pm at the Academy Play Field and Scholars International meet Seven Miles at the Ed Bush Stadium at 4:30pm.