Two home wins for Brac Football Club

| 20/03/2009

(CNS): Cayman Brac was treated to a fine display of football from the Cayman Brac Football Club’s Under 15 and 17 teams last Saturday morning as they both won their matches in style. The young U-15 team was up for the challenge as they faced a very organized and disciplined Future FC team, which defeated them earlier 1-0 in Grand Cayman. This time around, said Brac Coach Mitchum Sanford, the CBFC youngsters were on home turf and had good night’s rest to easily dominated and win Future FC 4-2.Prolific and multi-faceted star striker Nicholas Scott scored twice, while team mates Brian Martin and Jovonnie Anglin grabbed one each.

Sanford then starting a mass of substitutions to give his bench some playing time and took off his top players for much needed rest.

In the second match of the day, Cayman Brac’s highly skilled Under 17 team went up against the visiting East End FC for the first time this season. “From the start it was evident that the Brac was more organized and skilled, and displayed some of the best flowing and entertaining football seen in Cayman Brac,” said Sanford.

It took some time, however, for the Brac to breakdown the East End defence but when they did, the goals came quickly. Leading the game 4-0 at the end the first half, which would stand as the final result, Sanford again made wholesale substitutions by resting some of his star players and giving more playing time to his bench – a policy that the Brac coach has lived by for years and which he says has proven very beneficial to the development of his players and their satisfaction and happiness in playing for him and the CBFC.

Cayman Brac U-15 team will play Bodden Football Club this Saturday, 21 March, at 9:00 am at the field on the Bluff. Coach Sanford thanks all parents, guardians, and spectators for coming out and supporting the club each Saturday morning.

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