George Town riding high at last

George Town have always been one of the classier football teams in the Premier League but in recent seasons they were more cup specialists because of their inconsistent league form. 

But this season the discipline needed to grind out league wins seems to be there and they are the unlikely leaders after four rounds.  

All wins with 13 scored and six conceded, George Town have a maximum of 12 points and are two ahead of second placed Scholars International.  

Bodden Town, last year’s league and FA Cup champs, have started sluggishly, drawing two of their four matches.  

Elite are fourth and then come newcomers Sunset, followed by Cayman Athletic, Academy with North Side rock bottom.  

George Town beat Sunset 3-2 on Sunday with a brace from Cesar Dixon and Kevin Moore scoring the other. Tim Edwards and John Bruton got the Sunset goals.  

The West Bay rivalry between Scholars and Elite ended in another draw, 2-2, with Scholars goals coming from captain Oneil Taylor and Paul Brown. Mark Ebanks and Dwayne “Gaza” Wright got the Elite strikes.  

Bodden Town drew with Cayman Athletic 1-1. Allan Andra scored for BT and Matthew Suberan got the Athletic goal. The game between Academy and North Side also ended in a draw, 2-2. Christopher Theaker and Yannick Solomon hit the net for Academy and North Side have Dwayne Wilson and Guiton King to thank for their goals.  

Bodden Town’s Theron Wood and Gaza lead the scoring charts with five. George Town’s Tex Whitelocke, BT’s Ricoh Brown and Oneil Taylor have all scored three each. Sunday’s games at the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay sees Sunset facing North Side at 5 p.m. Before Elite take on Academy at 7 p.m.  

At the TE McField Annex Bodden Town intend to close the gap with George Town in the early game befor Cayman Athletic take on Scholars.  

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Mark Ebanks scored for Elite.
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