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Simmering action in the CUC PFL Quarterfinals

The 2018 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) playoffs began with the quarterfinals this past Saturday, November 24 at the Annex Field in the Under 9 and Under 11 Champions and Consolation Cups.

In the CUC Girls’ Primary Football League (GPFL), the final three regular season games were played to finalise regular season standings and the separation of schools competing in the GPFL Consolation and Champions Cups.

 

GPFL Final Regular Season Games:

In the day’s early games, Cayman Prep defeated St. Ignatius Catholic 2-1, Cayman International School and Savannah Primary won their games by 4-0 score lines over Bodden Town Primary and South Sound School respectively (respect rule observed in both games).

With the victory Cayman Prep claim the top seed and will face the fourth seed Cayman International School in one of two GPFL Champions Cup semi finals set for this Saturday, December 1. Second seed Savannah Primary will play third seed Sir John A. Cumber in the other semi final.

In the GPFL Consolation Cup semi finals, St. Ignatius Catholic will face Bodden Town Primary and South Sound Schools will play George Town Primary.

 

PFL Under 9 Consolation Cup:

In quarterfinal play, NorthEast Schools defeated Cayman International 9White 5-1 while Bodden Town Primary enjoyed a 3-0 win over Sir John A. Cumber Primary.

In this weekend’s semifinals, NorthEast School will play George Town Primary and Bodden Town Primary face Triple C.

 

PFL Under 9 Champions Cup:

In quarterfinal play, it was Red Bay Primary outlasting St. Ignatius Catholic 5-4 in sudden death penalties (2-2 full time; 0-0 extra time; 1-1 penalty shootout and 2-1 sudden death penalty shootout); Cayman International 9Blue defeated Cayman Prep 9B 4-0 (respect rule observed);

Cayman Prep 9A squeezed past Savannah Primary 1-0 and South Sound School won big over Truth For Youth 4-0 (respect rule observed).

In the semifinals, Cayman Prep 9A will face Red Bay Primary and Cayman International 9Blue will play South Sound Schools.

 

PFL Under 11 Consolation Cup:

In the lone quarterfinal game in the Under 11 Consolation Cup, Bodden Town Primary defeated Cayman Brac 3-2 in a thrilling penalty shootout (0-0 full time, 0-0 extra time and 3-2 penalty shootout).

Bodden Town Primary will play George Town Primary and Triple C will face NorthEast Schools in the Under 11 Consolation Cup semifinals.

 

PFL Under 11 Champions Cup:

In quarterfinal play, defending Under 11 champions Cayman Prep got by Sir John A. Cumber Primary 4-0 (respect rule observed); St. Ignatius Catholic defeated Prospect Primary 2-1; Red Bay Primary outlasted Savannah Primary 2-1; and in the battle of Cayman International School, Cayman International 11White topped Cayman International 11Blue 4-0 (respect rule observed).

The semifinals will see Cayman Prep play Red Bay Primary while Cayman International 11White will face St. Ignatius Catholic for a place in the final.

Organisers thank parents and supporters of the ‘powerful game’ for their support and all the youth officials for handling the quarter final games including Kandre Amerally, Jonathan Holness, Alex Dailey, Matthew Bodden, Rasheed Bodden and Shay and Rio Windsor. Special thanks to Chastine Rankine, Shirley Amerally, Andrew Holness and Dwayne Ebanks for their supervisory assistance.

The 2018 CUC PFL and GPFL semifinals are set for this Saturday, December 1 at the Annex Field beginning at 9:00 a.m.

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