Impressive play seen in youth football leagues

David Seymour of Future SC (12) heads his first of two goals against Latinos FC A in their Under-11 Boys matchup Saturday.

The level of play continues to be impressive in the 2018 Cayman Islands Football Association youth leagues as the ninth round of games kicked off Saturday.

In the only Girls Under-11 game played, Sunset Fusion grabbed a late winner in their 1-0 win over George Town SC, with their top scorer Olivia Thorpe securing the three points.

In the Boys Under-11 league, Future SC’s Nahshon Ebanks and Caleb Fredricks could not stop scoring as Future SC steamrolled a weakened Latinos FC A 8-0. Caleb grabbed four goals while Nahshon added two more and defender David Seymour got his name on the score sheet with two goals of his own.

Sunset Rockets downed East End United 4-0 thanks to goals from Sean Leon, Digby Robinson, Daniez Gurura and an own goal.

In the final Boys Under-11 game, George Town SC defeated Latinos FC B 6-1 as Emre Ebanks and Joshua Hayden scored two goals each and Josiah Parsons and Ronjon Boothe rounded off the scoring for the boys from the capital. A late Mark Ebanks strike restored some pride for the Latinos FC B youngsters.

In the Boys Under-13 afternoon game played at the CIFA Centre of Excellence, George Town SC got by East End United FC 6-0 thanks to goals from Aron Chambers (2), Isaac Peart (2), Ernie Ebanks and Jaden Smith. In West Bay, Future SC defeated Sunset Sharks 1-0 with Caleb Fredricks scoring for the West Bay outfit yet again.

In the lone Boys Under-15 FA Cup game, played in Cayman Brac, Cayman Athletic SC defeated Cayman Brac FC 5-0 to advance to the second round.

The ninth round of youth games conclude this week with a number of youth games scheduled at various venues.

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