Debut cup final will see league leaders clash

| 24/05/2013

(CNS): With the close of the 2012-2013 football season this weekend two of Cayman’s leading football clubs will battle it out on the pitch for the first cup final title between the two local leagues. Hosted by the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) the contest between the Cayman Premier League champions and the Foster's First Division team winners this senior men's FA Cup final will see Roma USC pitched against Bodden Town FC the favourites for the debut match. Despite being the underdogs Roma comes to the big match following an excellent run in the games beating out North Side FC, Tigers FC and George Town SC.

Roma now only has the Premier League Champions left to face but it will be a tough game as Bodden Town FC has also had a hard road to the championship match, beating out Foster's First Division Champions, Sunset FC and the always hard to beat Elite SC.

Bodden Town FC has won the Cayman Premier League for the first time in CIFA’s history and wants to seal its brilliant season performance by winning the double crown. The team’s track record owes much to its three winner of the league’s Top Scorer Dwayne "Gaza" Wright. However, its not over till the ref blows his whistle and Roma USC has also surprised the football community by beating the traditional George Town SC in the semi-final.

“Sunday, 26 May’s match will be nothing short of exciting with these two teams fighting for the title,”  a spokesperson for the CIFA stated in a release.
The match will take place at Annex Field in George Town at 7:00pm after the Under 15 Girls FA Cup Final between Elite SC and Scholars ISC at 3:30pm and the Under 15 Boys FA Cup Final between Future SC and Caymans Athletic SC at 5:00pm.

 

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