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CUC PFL Playoffs set for Saturday

Sports 20 Nov, 2019 Follow News

This past Saturday, November 16th marked the conclusion of the 2019 CUC Primary Football League (PFL) regular season as schools jostled for positions that would determine their playoff standings.

The start of the Boys’ Under 9 and Under 11 Champions Cup and Consolation Cup playoffs kick-off this Saturday, November 23rd at the Annex Field.

In Group A action this past Saturday, St. Ignatius Catholic secured the top position in the Under 9 and Under 11 leagues and are the number one seeds from Group A going into the Champions Cup playoffs. The Catholic boys defeated Cayman Prep 9B 4-1 (Under 9) and Cayman Prep 11B 3-0 (Under 11) to complete their unbeaten regular seasons.

With a few re-scheduled games to be played on Wednesday, November 20th, second, third and fourth spot in Group A are up for grabs between the Under 11 teams from Sir John A. Cumber Primary, Savannah Primary, George Town Primary and Cayman Prep 11B.

In other Group A games played this past Saturday, it was Savannah Primary 2 vs. George Town Primary 0 (Under 9), Savannah Primary 4 vs. George Town Primary 0 (Under 11 - respect rule enforced), Sir John A. Cumber 2 vs. Wesleyan Christian 0 (Under 11) and Cayman International 11White 1 vs. Truth For Youth 2 (Under 11).

In Group B action, Cayman International 9Blue secured top spot in the Under 9 division going into the Champions Cup playoffs after an unbeaten regular season. The youngsters from Cayman International downed NorthEast Schools 4-0 (respect rule enforced). Cayman Prep 9A finished runners-up with a 3-0 win over Bodden Town Primary; South Sound Schools sealed third spot in the standings with a 3-0 win over Prospect Primary and Triple C School rounded off the top four with a 4-0 (respect rule enforced) win over Red Bay Primary.

In Under 11 action from Group B, Cayman Prep 11A secured top spot and the number one seed going into the Champions Cup playoffs with a 4-0 (respect rule enforced) defeat of Bodden Town Primary. Prospect Primary secured second spot in the standings as they got past Cayman Brac 4-0 (respect rule enforced); Cayman International 11Blue finished third with a 4-0 (respect rule enforced) victory over NorthEast Schools and Triple C finished fourth with a 3-1 win over Red Bay Primary.

In the CUC Girls’ Primary Football League (GPFL), Cayman Prep Blue continued their unbeaten run to stay on top of the standings with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over St. Ignatius Catholic. Currently sitting second in the standings and also unbeaten, the young ladies from Cayman International School got past Savannah Primary 3-0.

In other scores, Triple C defeated Sir John A. Cumber 3-0 and Bodden Town Primary downed Cayman Prep Red 2-0. St. Ignatius Catholic and Savannah Primary sit in third and fourth spot in the standings respectively.

This year’s CUC GPFL is a round-robin tournament with each school playing other schools once. The remaining two rounds will be played at the Annex Field on Saturday, November 30th and Saturday, December 7th.

The 2019 CUC PFL Champions and Consolation Cup playoffs begin this Saturday, November 23rd with the quarter finals. The semi finals will be played on Saturday, November 30th and the finals and third-place games will take place on Saturday, December 7th. All playoff games are at the Annex Field.


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