Cup action is new primary focus

The first round of the 2014/15 CUC Primary Football League playoffs concluded with eight games in the Under-9 and U-11 Champions Cups at the TE McField Annex on Saturday. 

In the PFL U-9 Champions Cup, Cayman International drew with Prospect Primary 2-2 and Sir John A. Cumber beat Red Bay Primary 3-0. 

Savannah Primary smashed North East Schools 5-0, and defending U-9 Champions Cayman Prep easily beat St. Ignatius Prep 6-0. 

In the U-11 Champions Cup, Truth For Youth drew 1-1 with North East Schools, and Triple C beat Sir John A. Cumber 3-1. Red Bay Primary defeated St. Ignatius Prep 2-1, and defending U-11 champions Cayman Prep drew with Savannah Primary 2-2. 

In the semifinals of the Girls Primary Football League, Sir John A. Cumber Primary defeated Cayman Prep 2-1, and St. Ignatius Prep scored in the final two minutes of their game with North East Schools to register a 1-0 win and a place in this Saturday’s final. 

The playoff games this Saturday are for the Consolation and Champions Cups, along with the final and third-placed games in the GPFL. 

In the PFL U-9 Consolation Cup, Truth For Youth will play Bodden Town Primary at 9 a.m., and George Town Primary take on Triple C at 10 a.m. 

In the U-9 Champions Cup, it’s Cayman International School against Cayman Prep, then St. Ignatius Prep versus Prospect Primary, followed by Savannah Primary against Red Bay Primary and Sir John A. Cumber Primary taking on North East Schools. 

In the U-11 Consolation Cup, Cayman International School face South Sound Schools and George Town Primary play Bodden Town Primary. 

In the U-11 Champions Cup, it’s Truth For Youth against Cayman Prep, then Sir John A. Cumber against North East Schools. St. Ignatius Prep play Triple C and Savannah Primary face Red Bay Primary. 

In the GPFL, Sir John A. Cumber face St. Ignatius Prep in the final and Cayman Prep will battle North East Schools for third place at 4 p.m. 

CUC’s Neil Murray said, “Special thanks to our young officials Shakur Welcome, Matthew Suberan and Collin Redden for handling all the first round games.” 

These are the final games until Saturday, Jan. 10. 


Action was under way over the weekend from the Under 9 Champions Cup game between Savannah Primary (blue) and North East Schools (yellow).

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