The John Doak Architecture Iguanas became the first side to retain the Alex Alexander Memorial Trophy under the Cayman Rugby Football Union draft system which was implemented back in 2008.
The Iguanas, having stumbled early in the season to the DHL Cayman Storm in the Heineken Charity Shield match and the Krys Global Buccaneers in the league opener turned their season around to win 4 consecutive games and march into the league decider with a slender one league point lead over the DHL Cayman Storm.
With the game ending 17-17 the Iguanas knew that they had ended above the Storm on the league table but with the Krys Global Buccaneers handing the Queensgate Pigs Trotters their sixth defeat by a heavy 72-24 margin the Buccaneers marched to the top of the table to be on equal points with the Iguanas. Only a superior point difference separated the two teams in the end and the Iguanas were crowned 2011 league champions.
The league win grants the Iguanas a place in the Waterford Trophy final on 2 April whilst the Buccaneers and the Storm will face off on Saturday to see who will battle against the Iguanas for a shot at the only trophy left to play for.
All games are available to watch free on www.caymanrugbytv.com