Sunset FC Warriors have the chance to redeem themselves against 345 FC I in the 2019 CIFA Boys Under 11 FA Cup final as both clubs won their respective semi final games. The much anticipated final, which is scheduled for Saturday, June 15 at the Annex Field, will be a re-match of the Boys Under 11 league final, which ended with 345 FC I lifting the 2019 league trophy.
In their semi final, Sunset FC Warriors defeated Latinos FC 5-0 (respect rule enforced) thanks to goals from Max Griffin (3) and Jaxon Cover (2).
In the second semi final, 345 FC I defeated Sunset FC Makos 6-1 (respect rule enforced) as goals from Christo Durrant, Emre Cuevas-Ebanks, Harry Jakubiak, Danny Lyne, Ethan Cansell and Chaz Ruddick were enough to see off a very competitive Makos outfit. Dylan Lynee scored for the Makos.
To secure a spot in the semi finals, 345 FC I played the Boys Under 11 FA Cup quarter final against Academy SC Wanderers earlier in the day coming out on top 2-1 thanks to goals from Harry Narborough and Kyan Okoli. Academy SC Wanderers’ Ijah Jennings grabbed his team’s goal.
In the Girls Under 13 FA Cup semi final, Sunset FC Fuego downed Sunset FC Stingrays 4-0 thanks to yet another hat trick from their top striker Ashlyn Evans and a single strike from Jordyn Bridges. Sunset FC Fuego will face the winner of Elite SC and Academy SC Dolphins in the final.
In the Boys Under 13 FA Cup first round, Academy SC Jaguars got past George Town SC 4-0.
In the second first round game, 345 FC II defeated Bodden Town SC 4-0 as Sean Leon (2) Derrick Russell and Culoinn Lynch all found the back of the net.
Academy SC Jaguars and 345 FC II move on in the competition and join 345 FC I, 345 FC III, Academy SC Stingrays, Cayman Brac FC, Future SC and Sunset FC in the Boys Under 13 FA Cup quarter finals scheduled for this Saturday, June 15.
In the lone Boys Under 13 league game, Future SC travelled to the Sister Islands and secured a 4-0 victory over Cayman Brac FC. Tyler Beckford (2), Jawon Henry and Dwayne Needham scored for Future SC.
In the Boys Under 17 FA Cup semi final, Academy SC Blue secured a spot in the final beating Cayman Athletic SC 5-1 thanks to goals from Daniel Wallace, Zachary Redden, Gunnar Studenhofft (2) and Jahmai Griffiths. Shameer Seymour scored Cayman Athletic’s goal.
Academy SC Blue will meet the winner of the second semi final, which is still to be played, between Future SC and Bodden Town FC in the Boys Under 17 final.
A full schedule of CIFA Youth FA Cup action continues this Saturday, June 15 with the Girls Under 13 FA Cup second semi final, Boys Under 13 FA Cup quarter finals, Boys Under 15 FA Cup final and the Boys Under 17 FA Cup second semi final.
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