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The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association will hosts its annual International tournament this weekend.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association has just finished its best ever season and a recap on how well it went will be one of the things discussed this weekend at the Annual General Meeting.
If you looked at Saturday's first ever women's championship game in the Cayman Islands Flag Football League on paper you would have just given the trophy to the Walkers Wonder team.
The Dog House Bulldogs have gone from beer supping casual players to arguably the most disciplined flag football unit in their four seasons.
It's been another fantastic season of flag football and with the women forming for the first time this year, the sport is growing astronomically.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football League will crown a new playoff champion this year as a result of Saturday's men's semi-finals played at Camana Bay.
After three months of fabulous action, the playoff match ups are set in the Cayman Island's Flag Football League.
The first year of competition in the Ladies division of the Cayman Islands Flag Football League has been a resounding success and Saturday afternoon's feature game provided players and spectators alike a peek as to why.
In the game of the day in the Cayman Islands Flag Football League, Dog House Bulldogs held on to top spot with an exciting 12-6 overtime victory over Hammerheads Pirates.
With the season almost wrapped up, the Goldfield Cayman Hellcats are set to make another championship run.
With the season starting to wind down the Dog House Bulldogs took over top spot in the men's division of the Cayman Islands Flag Football League as a result of a 7-6 victory over the Goldfield Cayman West Bay Hellcats.
Flag football's public awareness has been raised several notches this summer with the introduction of a women's league.
Hot was the perfect word to describe the temperatures and competitive fires as the teams took to the field for week 4 games in the Cayman Island's Flag Football League on Saturday.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association has two camps for children, on the next two Saturdays, July 19 and 26.
The Goldfield Cayman Hellcats kept their unbeaten streak alive in the Cayman Islands Flag Football League over the weekend.
Flag football is back and the first weekend's games were as thrilling as ever.
Cayman's flag football season ended so spectacularly last season that immense interest has once again been generated for this year's.
Rotary Central has presented the club's Vocational Service Award to two outstanding individuals who have contributed significantly to improving their vocations and the communities in which they live and work.
Local flag footballers gathered for their annual beach tournament recently and Team Selkirk emerged victorious in Calico Jack's second running of the event.
Flag football has finished for the season, most people think. Wrong. It has such a growing fan interests in the Cayman Islands that there are plans for all manner of things to keep it going throughout the year.
The flag football playoffs have gone exactly to expectations with the teams with one loss between them meeting tomorrow. Its the Zulus Cayman Islands Flag Football final and the only loss was Margaritaville West Bay Hellcats beating Digicel in the league in the only meeting between the two teams this season.
The playoffs got under way in the Zulu's Cayman Islands Flag Football League on Saturday at the Triple C field and the whole afternoon went pretty well to script.
They play under bizarre names like 'Cadillac', 'Pacman', 'Chilli Bean', 'Big Dog' and 'Bird Man' but there's nothing weird about their unbeaten record this season. More like awesome.
Playoff stages in any sport are always fascinating as they provide an ideal opportunity for the little teams to redress the balance if they've had a poor league season.
By the look of last Saturdays games all teams in the ZULUS CI Flag Football League are gearing up for lengthy playoff runs. A look at the standings would suggest onesided games but that was not the case as all the teams showed up to be competitive.
The distant thunderstorms caused widespread power cuts on Grand Cayman but there was plenty of electricity generated in the Flag Football League on Saturday in scorching sunshine.
A great facility. ESPN cameras everywhere. Hyped-up fans. No snow. Row after row of new balls just waiting to be tossed. And, best of all, no rabid 275-pound defensive ends trying to decapitate you.
The Cayman Islands Red Bull Flag Football season will kick off with a preseason Jamboree Saturday, May 26th, at the Bodden Town Playing Field. All of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Teams will participate in a preseason scrimmage.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football (CIFFA) recently held its first-ever youth football camp at the Cayman Prep and High School facility on Smith Road.
The #6 seed Westel Giants who snuck into the playoffs upset a weakened #3 seed Cingular Devil Rays team, 12-6, in the first game of the Cayman Islands Flag Football playoffs.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association kicked off an exciting league season on Saturday.
The Cayman Islands will chase victory this week in Miami at the I6th Annual World Cup of Flag Football.
The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association (CIFFA) will begin its national team try outs this weekend Saturday 8th January and Sunday 9th January at 8am - 10:30am at the Triple C Field on Out Post Rd.
The Durty Reids Raiders are the Cayman Islands Flag Football (CIFFA) league and Playoff champions of 2004.