The CML Claymores have enjoyed an early run of form at Kings Sports Center.
CML registered two impressive victories to start their campaign in the 2013 men’s five-a-side fall league. The Claymores beat PwC, 3-1, last week after clipping the KPMG Titans, 7-6. Dexter Beckford, Michael Treacy and Baron Solomon scored for CML while PwC had a goal from Ricardo Agrella.
PwC went into their game sporting new kits and looking like football champions. While CML won, it was not a easy game. Agrella and company took excellent shots and made some really good play but were unable to beat CML star keeper Ryan Ebanks.
Against the Titans, CML were behind early as KPMG quickly took the lead with a spread of at least three goals at one point. A breakdown within the team was made the difference and CML capitalized, coming back to win after being down for the entire first period.
In last week’s other action, the Titans crushed the Dominion Devils, 11-1. Miklos Ujhelyi led the winners with four goals. KPMG came out in full force, within the first 10 minutes it was clear who would be dominating this game. The Devils fought relentlessly but were unable to stop KPMG from scoring goals.
Team KPMG would upset the Cayman Free Press Buzz Crusaders, 4-2. In what was the biggest upset of the season, Crusaders started off in the lead after a Jason Hydes blast and Kyle Santamaria added another shortly thereafter. KPMG’s Ryan Eisenhammer got one in before the half-time whistle. Ryan continued to score, with two more goals in the second half and Kenwyn Walcott scored to help seal the deal.
Crusaders previously had a 7-2 win over PwC as Matthew Suberan scored twice for a relentless and merciless CFP offense. KPMG had beaten No Xq’s, 5-2, with no substitutes thanks to a hat trick from Walcott.
Participants and fans should note league games are now twice a week, with one match on Mondays and two contests on Wednesdays. Coming into this season, the focus was on the Crusaders, who beat Deloitte 3-2 in the summer league finals. Kris Pearson scored twice and Alex Campbell had the other goal for CFP while Dan Lowry and Matthew Fong nabbed goals for Deloitte.