Primary aim is on semis

The CUC Primary Football League playoffs reach the semifinal stage this weekend.

Fourth and final round of qualifying games were played on Saturday at the TE McField Annex Field.

In the Under-9 Consolation Cup, South Sound Schools defeated Truth For Youth 1-0 and George Town Primary secured their first win of the season with a 3-0 defeat of Bodden Town Primary.

Although losing their final qualifying game, Truth For Youth retain the No. 1 seed and will play No. 4 seed Bodden Town Primary 
in the semifinals.

South Sound Schools moved into the No. 2 spot and will face Triple C for a 
place in the final.

In the U-9 Champions Cup, Savannah Primary’s Jaquan Wray scored three times and Jaden Whittaker added a fourth as Savannah Primary defeated Prospect Primary 4-0.

Sir John A. Cumber Primary and Cayman Prep battled to a 1-1 draw. St. Ignatius Prep drew 1-1 with North East Schools and Red Bay Primary secured the fourth semifinal spot with a 3-1 win over Cayman International School with goals from Bradley Erskine, Isaac Peart and an own goal. Cayman International’s Adam Purvis scored his school’s consolation goal.

Red Bay Primary secured fourth spot in the playoff standings and face No. 1 seed Cayman Prep in the semis. Second seeds Savannah Primary will face Sir John A. Cumber Primary.

In the U-11 Consolation Cup, South Sound Schools defeated Cayman International School 3-2 and George Town Primary drew 2-2 with Bodden Town Primary.

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

In the U-11 Champions Cup, Cayman Prep secured the No. 1 seed with a 3-1 victory over St. Ignatius Prep thanks to two goals from Joshua Small and a strike by Nathan Trickett against his former school. Matthew Lloyd-Hickey scored St. Ignatius Prep’s goal.

A goal each for Emmanuel Duran and Akiel Bodden secured a 2-1 win over North East Schools. North East’s Dante Connor made it interesting late in the game but North Side could not 
find an equalizer.

In other games, Red Bay Primary defeated Sir John A. Cumber Primary 1-0 with Alejandro Holness grabbing a late winner after a wonderful exchange of passes with Elder Ebanks and Truth For Youth drew 2-2 with Triple C.

In the U-11 Champions Cup semis, top seed Cayman Prep will play fourth seed St. Ignatius Prep and second seed Red Bay Primary face Savannah Primary.

CUC’s Neil Murray said, “Special thanks to Collin Redden, Chastine Rankine and Dwayne Ebanks for officiating the day’s games.”

The semifinals of the PFL playoffs are this Saturday, Jan. 24 at the TE McField Annex with the finals and third-place games set for the following week.

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