Calderon Hat Trick eases Bodden Town past Future

| 18/11/2011

(CIFA): The Cayman Premier League hosted two re-scheduled mid-week fixtures on Wednesday. Bodden Town took on Future whilst Roma hosted George Town. Bodden Town hit Future for six and solidified their position in the top three in the league standings. Bodden Town now join Elite in the goals for category, both teams boast a scoring total of 23 goals so far this season after seven games. Bodden Town’s Yefry Calderon led the scoring for BT registering a hat trick against Future, Arvid Harris, Charlo Mclean and Jorronie Mclean also got their names on the score sheet for Bodden Town, Ormond Moore responded with a solo consolation goal for Future.

Bodden Town will host Tigers FC this Sunday at the Bodden Town field whilst Future faces another strong test as they head to the Annex to take on George Town SC.

George Town SC will be hoping that their 3:0 win over Roma United on Wednesday night will kick start their season.

George Town has been up and down this season but the signs of consistency seem to be coming back. George Town controlled the game against Roma and went about the business of claiming a much needed 3 points early on when David Harding opened the scoring in the 11th minute. Harding then turned provider on the 20th minute mark as his cross found Cayman Islands International Tex Whitelocke who was lurking at the far post, Tex slid in to notch his second goal of the season and give GT a 2:0 lead. A few minutes later George Town forward Justin Pierre teed up Harding who completed his brace when he stuck a beautiful volley from just outside the box.

Roma battled on well but failed to close the deficit and after starting the season with two consecutive wins Roma have now lost four of their last five. Unfortunately it does not get any easier for Roma as they meet current league Champions Elite SC this Sunday. Elite have been churning out results ever since their opening week loss to Roma, Ironically this has been the only loss Elite have encountered this season.   

Cayman Athletic with face league leading Scholars International this Sunday in the final fixture of Week 8, Scholars draw against Future in Week 7 was seen as two points lost for them and they will be determined to get back to winning ways. Second place Elite SC are now only one point behind the leaders. Cayman Athletic currently sit just one place above bottom side Future after only picking up 4 points from a possible 21.    

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