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CHHS keen to defend Under 13 high school football titles

Sports 07 Sep, 2023 Follow News

CHHS (white) begins the defence of their 2022 high school football titles

Clifton Hunter High School (CHHS) will begin the defence of their Dart Under 13 girls’ and boys’ high school football titles on Wednesday, September 13 and Thursday, September 14 respectively as the 2023 Dart Under 13 high school football leagues kick off with a full schedule of games.

CHHS’ 2022 titles were the school’s first official high school football championships since the league’s inception six years ago. The wins also mark the first time in the league’s relatively short history that a government school secured the titles. In previous years, Cayman International School and Cayman Prep have dominated proceedings winning two championships each and rest assured, they will be determined to get back to winning ways.

Both teams from Clifton Hunter went undefeated during the seasons on their way to clinching the prestigious Dart Cups.

The Dart Under 13 leagues will continue every Wednesday and Thursday until the mid-term break in October at venues across the Island including the Annex Field, CIFA Field, Haig Bodden Field, Camana Bay Sports Complex, St. Ignatius Catholic Field, Academy Field and the Clifton Hunter High School Field. Start times are between 3:45 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Schools participating in the Dart Under 13 leagues include John Gray High School, Clifton Hunter High School, Triple C, St. Ignatius Catholic High School, Cayman Prep & High School, Cayman Academy and Cayman International School.

Following the mid-term break, the Appleby Under 18 boy’s and girls’ leagues will commence and continue until the first week in December. These games will also be played on Wednesdays for the girls and Thursdays for the boys.

Complete schedules, scores and standings can be viewed on the Cayman Youth Football Leagues (CYFL) website at www.caymanyouthfootball.ky .

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