Brac plays football host

| 28/02/2009

The U-15 league consists of two rounds, with each club having to visit the Brac for their away leg, while the U-17 league this season is only a one-rounder, with half of the teams set to visit and the CBFC and the Brac team travelling to Grand Cayman for the other half. These matches mark the first to be played in Cayman Brac.

The Brac U-17 team scorers were: Jamie Sanford (2), Brian Scott (2), Chase Miller (1), Toby Watson (1)

"I am satisfied and proud of the Under-15 team’s effort and improvement. Cayman ASC are always title contenders in any age division. Coach Gillie always brings a very disciplined, skilled, fast, and physical team to each match," said Brac Coach Mitchum Sanford. "After a devastating start to the Under-17 league season to date, their result today brings much relief and happiness to the club. The boys displayed some very attractive football today and we will build upon that."

Sanford added, "I’m so pleased to see so many parents, guardians and supporters out for both games. I was also pleased to have Mr Jeffrey Webb, president of CIFA fly over for the matches and Moses Kirkconnell MLA out to enjoy the beautiful occasion with us. We’ve all waited four years for this occasion. I trust the community will continue to support the club by coming out each Saturday morning for the rest of the season."

The Brac’s next home match will be on Saturday, 7 March, at 9:00 am, when CBFC U-15s face-off against St Ignatius. “This match will again prove to be a very high challenge for the CBFC youths as St Ignatius dominated the Brac earlier in January by defeating them 6-0 in West Bay,” Sanford noted.

Under 15 CBFC v. Cayman ASC






























Under -17 CBFC v. Roma




















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  1. Anonymous says:

    I am glad they won it was a good preformance, I hope this continues thou

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    • Anonymous says:

      I am glad they won. It was a good performance and I hope this continues.