Savannah doubly delighted as primary goals achieved

Savannah Primary opened the new CUC Primary Football League season with victories for both their sides.  

Against the Cayman International School, Savannah’s Under-9s won 4-0 and their U-11 team won 2-1 in Group A at the Dart Field on Saturday morning. 

In the U-9 encounter, Savannah’s Jacquan Wray scored twice in the first half, Emmanuel Duran added a third before the break and Cayman International School conceded an own goal late in the second half. 

In the U-11 game, the always busy Emmanuel Duran opened the scoring in the third minute for Savannah with a wonder strike from distance.  

Cayman International School’s Jonathan Rado levelled in the 14th minute before Akil Bodden restored Savannah’s lead with a 24th minute blast. 

There was no other scoring but both teams created several chances in an exciting season opener. 

In the Girls’ Primary Football League season opener between the two schools, Cayman International won 4-0 thanks to Riley Doyle, who got on the score sheet in the 2nd minute, before adding a second in the 32nd minute. Olivia Kluiver added a third in the 10th minute and Savannah conceded an own goal in the 23rd minute to end the scoring. 

Other PFL results in Group A included St. Ignatius Prep 3 vs. Truth For Youth 0 (U-9) and St. Ignatius Prep 2 vs. Truth For Youth 1 (U-11). 

In Group B, it was South Sound Schools 2 vs. Red Bay Primary 3 (U-9); South Sound Schools 0 vs. Bay Primary 6 (U-11); North East Schools 4 vs. Bodden Town Primary 0 (U-9); North East School 2 vs. Bodden Town Primary 3 (U-11); Triple C School 1 vs. Prospect Primary 4 (U-9); 

Triple C 1 vs. Prospect Primary 5 (U-11); and Cayman Prep 3 vs. Cayman Brac 1 (U-11). 

In Group B of the GPFL, the games between North East Schools and Bodden Town Primary and Triple C School and Prospect Primary were re-scheduled for a later date. 

The 2014/15 CUC PFL and GPFL regular season continues this Saturday, Oct. 11 with games at the West Bay Town Hall Field, Annex Field, Cayman Prep, Prospect Primary and Triple C. 


The girls now have their own primary school league. – PHOTO: RON SHILLINGFORD

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