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Four teams secured victory in playoffs last Friday to win places in the 2020 Burger King CoEd League semi-finals, to be played Friday, 25 Sept.
A short-handed Dolphin Discovery team got a late touchdown from Angel David Chavez Ferreira on Monday to hand Deloitte its first loss of the Burger King Coed Flag Football League season.
The 2019 Cayman Islands Flag Football Association wrapped up the season on Saturday when the top four teams battled each other.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League moved into week 5 of the season with some interesting games to shake up the teams.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League continued into week 2 of the season on 13 July at the Ed Bush Sports Complex.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League kicked off Saturday, 6 July, at the Ed Bush Sports Complex with some electrifying games to start the season.
Ed Bush field was the venue on Saturday, Sept. 15, for Week 11’s Flag football action, which featured three action-packed games.
Play heated up in the eighth week of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s Premier League, with the HSM Vipers clenching the top position.
BK Panthers and Greenhouse Lynx remain undefeated so far this season, as teams went head to head at the Annex Football field on Saturday, Aug. 18.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football League season kicked off on July 7 at the Annex Sports Field, with defending male champions BK Panthers taking on Maples in the first game of the day.
Week 8 of the Burger King Flag Football CoEd League could easily be labeled as the most exciting, unpredictable and nail biting week of the season so far.
The battle for a place in the Flag Football semifinals officially kicked off Friday, April 27, at Ed Bush Field.
Sixteen teams are fighting it out in the 2018 Burger King Flag Football Coed League.
In week eight of Cayman Islands Flag Football, the Greenhouse Lynx and the Tribe Tattoo Lady Sharks managed to hold each other from scoring at Ed Bush field, despite best efforts throughout the first half, with notable stops by Lady Sharks’ Courtisha Ebanks.
The women’s teams Red Stripe Wolverines and Greenhouse Lynx faced off at the Annex field last Saturday in week four of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League season.
Cayman’s flag football summer season kicked off with 10 of the league’s 11 teams contesting the local Premier League championship title at Ed Bush field last Saturday.
After week eight of the Coed Flag Football League series, Burger Shack remains undefeated. Twelve teams came out to Ed Bush field for the games on April 21.
The highlighted games of the night were Cayman National Banks vs. Walkers and Dart vs. Cayman Auto as both games were very intense, organizers said in a press release.
Results from the 12 teams who came out to the Ed Bush field on March 31 for the coed flag football league: First up, NCB defeated Kirk Freeport 14-7. Players like Jordyn Taylor and Brett Eden were standouts for NCB. In Maples vs. Go Flag Yourself, interceptions were the downfall for Go Flag Yourself, which lost 27-7
Teams competed on March 17 in week four of the Cayman Islands coed flag football league at Ed Bush Stadium.The first games of the night featured Burger Shack against Maples and Popeyes vs. Kirk Freeport.
The men’s and women’s flag football national teams competed in the USFTL National Championships in Tampa, Florida, earlier this month. Building on last year’s success in the B division, the women’s team entered this year’s tournament in the A division.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s women’s and men’s national teams are competing in the United States Flag and Touch Football League (USFTL) championship in Plant City, Florida from Jan. 12-16.
The FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League ended the season on Saturday at Ed Bush playfield, with HSM Vipers taking the women’s crown and Island Heritage Predators winning the men’s league. The first game of the day was between HSM Vipers and Maples Lynx.
Playoff action in the FLOW Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League begins at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ed Bush field. The semifinals feature Island...
In Week 10 of the FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, as teams aim for the semifinals, Guinness Lady Sharks and Maples Lynx kicked off the games on Aug. 27.
Following Week 9 of the FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League last weekend, team founder Kevin Solomon, who is also the coach and a player for Maples Knights, said the team has a chance of making the playoffs.
In Week 6 of the FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, HSM Vipers shut out Maples Lynx in the first game of the day on July 30 at the Ed Bush field.
In Week 4 of the Flow Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, the Kensington Hellcats defeated the Burger King Panthers 14-6 at Ed Bush field on July 16.
In Week 3 of the Flow 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League, the Island Heritage Predators and the Kensington Hellcats met at the Annex on July 11.
Burger Shack continued their reign after going undefeated for a third consecutive season and securing their sixth championship.
The Security Centre 2016 Youth Flag Football League is postponing their games this weekend in memory of Jamal Young, who passed away earlier this year.
The Burger King Coed Flag Football League kicked off Friday with familiar squads on site, such as Kirk Freeport, Cayman Auto Diagnostics, Mourant Ozannes and five-time A division defending champs Burger Shack.
Players in Cayman’s women’s national flag football team are getting ready to head back to training after celebrating their success in winning the United...
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association women’s national team came back with a trophy as national champions after the United States Flag and Touch...
The flag football community this week is mourning the death of player and coach Jamal Young. The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association issued the following...
Of the hundreds running the Cayman half-marathon next week, Agueda Blake has pushed herself through the pain barrier in preparing for the 13.1 mile event.
Although a relative newcomer to the local flag football scene, Jordan Stubblefield believes that it offers “no better level of competition on the island.”
Ten thousands miles is an extremely long way to come just to play in an amateur rugby tournament and imagine travelling from Australia to Cayman with the disappointment of already knowing that the women’s Halloween 7s was cancelled.
Flag football took on an international flavor with the visit of a Bahamas national team over the weekend – and the visitors returned home in triumph.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association hosts their Invitational I-Cup Tournament this weekend.
Never judge a book by its cover, they say, and that is especially true in Agueda Blake’s case.
For the past eight years, Sunset women’s football team has not had to worry about the position of goalkeeper because Jovani Hessing has filled it superbly.
Nekita Saintvil whizzes up and down the field for Anytime Fitness Wolverines and is one of their key players, which is partly why they were crowned women’s flag football champs last week.
The flag football season has just wrapped up and the women’s league was as vibrant as previous campaigns.
The Burger King Panthers are enjoying becoming flag football champions despite not playing the Kensington Hellcats in the championship game on Saturday.
It was the championship weekend of the Cayman Islands Flag Football season, but only the women’s match was played at the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay.
The playoffs for the finals in the 2015 Cayman Islands Flag Football Association season saw four extremely competitive games for the privilege of final spots in this Saturday’s finals.
When the finals are played to bring the flag football season to a crescendo this Saturday, Rohan Marshall will be not only be a coach of one of the teams, after 14 years involvement in the sport here, his input has helped shape the entire set up.
The men’s flag football scene has evolved considerably since the game was first played in Cayman in the late ‘90s, and one of the few to be involved in it throughout is Kevin Solomon.
Caymanian women playing rugby was virtually non-existent a few years ago because it was seen locally as purely an eccentric expats’ game.
With only four spots per league eligible for the playoffs, the stage is now set for the last two games of the flag football season.
Deandre Simpson has to be one of the most elusive players in Cayman flag football.
The thriving flag football scene welcomed Tyanna Jan into its fold this season, and the Trinidadian speedster immediately made a huge impact.
The quarterback on any flag football team is the pivotal player who grabs the most attention whether the side does well or not.
The Maples Dolphins flag football side were so poor last season that they did not win a single match, yet quarterback Chris LeBeau returned for another series of potentially miserable results this term.
Lanie McLaughlin has four sporty sons and panders to all their demands, yet she always makes time to play flag football every Saturday afternoon at the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay and used to play regular football at a high level.
Triathlon organizers used to boast that their sport is the fastest growing in the world. That may indeed be case in the Cayman Islands as every other athlete seems to be lured into the swim, bike and run event. Daniel Cummings is a typical new convert.
As the 2015 Cayman Islands Flag Football season’s final weekend of regular play approaches on Saturday, the playoff picture has taken shape and it is going to be a contest of will and endurance to dramatically alter things.
Fabio Gall is small and fast, which when playing flag football are two huge assets. Gall is elusive, and as he is just 5-feet 6-inches tall, can whizz around lumbering opponents literally twice his size.
The 2015 Cayman Islands Flag Football Association season continued over the weekend in spectacular fashion.
Wanda Brenton is a glowing example that life can really begin at 40.
The Maples Dolphins flag football side was so poor last season that they did not win a match. Under those circumstances, it’s a wonder the nucleus of the side returned this term, possibly facing more embarrassment.
Alicia Dixon has been one of flag football’s star performers since the sport was introduced in Cayman in 2009.
The Burger King Panthers are the second-best team on Cayman’s flag football scene right now, but they are gradually closing the gap on the mighty Kensington Hellcats.
The Kensington Hellcats have been Cayman’s supreme flag football side since the sport began here over a decade ago, and on Saturday they emphasized why they are unlikely to lose that aura soon.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association week 9 games were played on Saturday, and all the teams are focusing more on securing seeding for the playoffs.
Cayman Islands Flag Football Association showcased its first set of Monday night games in the centre of George Town at the TE McField Annex Field this week.
Shenel Gall is one of the busiest sportswomen in Cayman and even though she is on a break from serious action, she is still heavily involved in touch rugby and flag football.
Cayman Islands Flag Football Association is offering its Premier League matches on a Monday night from now on.
There were some extremely one-sided games in week 6 of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s Premier League on Saturday.
The Kensington Hellcats are always Cayman’s top flag football side and whenever they record a rare defeat, speculation rises on whether they will be permanently toppled. Analysts are busy doing just that this week.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s Premier League week 4 wrapped up with the Burger King Panthers leading the men’s division and HSM leading the women’s.