Holness hat-trick puts Red Bay in command

Sir John A. Cumber Primary’s Under-9 team secured their second successive victory of the 2014/15 CUC Primary Football League season with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over Truth For Youth on Saturday. 

The Group A match at the TE McField Annex saw Umar Gordon open the scoring in the 11th minute for the West Bay boys.  

Jivarre Dixon added a second in the 27th minute before Gordon grabbed his second in the 30th minute to secure the victory. 

In the U-11 game, Truth for Youth’s Tevin Ebanks showed great poise in the box to put his team ahead in the 8th minute and Sir John A. Cumber’s Anthony Fredericks levelled in the 23rd minute. 

Both schools had several chances to win the game during the second half but were unable to score thanks to some stellar defending and goalkeeping at both ends of the field. 

In the Group A U-11 encounter between Red Bay Primary and Cayman Brac at the Annex, Alejandro Holness blasted a hat-trick for Red Bay in a 5-2 victory.  

Elder Ebanks added a fourth and an unfortunate own goal rounded off the scoring for Red Bay. Cayman Brac’s Jose Delgado netted an impressive double to keep the score respectable. 

Other PFL results in Group A were Savannah Primary beating George Town 2-0 (U-9) and Savannah trouncing George Town 6-0 (U-11). 

In the Group A Girls Primary Football League game, Savannah beat George Town 2-1. 

In Group B of the PFL, Prospect drew 1-1 with South Sound (U-9) and Prospect U-11 drew 2-2 with South Sound. 

Cayman Prep beat North East Schools 6-1 (U-9) and Prep’s U-11s beat North East 5-1.  

Bodden Town won 4-1 against Triple C (U-9) and Bodden Town Primary U-11s drew 2-2 with Triple C. 

In Group B of the GPFL, North East Schools beat Cayman Prep 6-3. 

There are no games over the next two weekends because of mid-term breaks.  

The CUC PFL and GPFL regular seasons continue on Nov. 8 with games at Savannah Primary, Bodden Town Primary, Cayman International School, Cayman Prep, Triple C and the Annex. 

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Sir John A. Cumber’s Umar Gordon (red) scored two goals against Truth For Youth in the Under-9 game.

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