Bodden Town Football Club leads in
the Cayman Islands Football Association Under-17 Youth League with 30 points,
followed closely by defending champions Elite and Cayman Athletic who have 29
Cayman Brac are next with 22 points
ahead of East End United with 19. Sunset follows with 15 while Future have six
and Tigers are still yet to get a point. Recently in the league games Sunset defeated
Future 3-0 and Bodden Town had the better of Sunset 4-2.
Leading goal scorer is Bodden
Town’s Karl Solomon with 20, Matthew
Suberan of Cayman Athletic has 16, Andrew Browning of East End United , Elite’s
Kaleb Ebanks, Cayman Brac’s Nicholas Scott and Future’s Tevin Yen all have nine
In the Under 15 age group, Cayman
Athletic leads with 24 points, Elite are next with 22 points, Academy have 18,
then Bodden Town with 17, Tigers have 15, Future 11, Sunset and East End eight,
Seven Miles and North Side three while George Town has only one point.
Cayman Athletic in their last
encounter with Tigers won 10-0, Elite overcame Sunset 3-1, Academy beat Future
3-2, North Side outplayed George Town 4-2 and Bodden Town blanked Seven Miles
Cayman Athletic’s Joshewa Frederick
and Laurent Bodden of Tigers are the leading scorers in this age group with
17each, Leandro Powell from Bodden Town has hit 16 goals, Future’s Tevin Yen
and Jonah Ebanks of Cayman Athletic have 12 goals each while Jamaal Seymour
from Cayman Athletic has 11. Corey Ferguson of Academy has nine.
Cayman Athletic tops the Under 13
group tables with 31 points, followed by Academy and Future who have 28 points,
Elite trails with 24, Bodden Town on 22, Tigers on 18, Sunset and Seven Miles
12, Prospect Roma and Scholars International have nine each, North Side four
and George Town one.
Recently, Cayman Athletic whipped
Roma 9-1, Bodden Town blanked Prospect 9-0, Seven Miles did likewise to North
Side FC 7-0, Elite defeated Tigers 3-1, Sunset beat George Town 3-0 and Future
outplayed Scholars International 7-0.
Ezra Redden of Bodden Town is
currently the leading goal scorer with 20 goals followed by Sebastian Martinez
of Academy with 14, Future’s Ryan
Jackson is in third position with 12, then Leo Ebanks on 11, Brandon O’Connor
and Jordon McLean have ten each while Ashante Jackson has nine.