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Tribe Tattoo and Burger Shack lift trophies to close flag season
May 25, 2018, 11:12 am
 
 
Silver Cup Champions Tribe Tattoo celebrate.
 

 

The 2018 Burger King Co-ed League closed off its season Friday, May 18, with the eight remaining teams battling for a chance to win the trophies.

 

First up, Bogle Insurance faced powerhouse team Tribe Tattoo. Tribe got behind their veteran players, such as Scimone Campbell and Nigel Solomon, who would both convert on scoring plays during the game.

 

“We were just out there to have fun, but we knew we deserved to be in the finals,” said Campbell.

 

Led by Captain Rupert Whittaker, Bogle struggled with applying pressure on defense at times, which Tribe effectively capitalized on, and the ended in a 26-6 victory in favor of Tribe, securing them a date with Maples in the Silver Cup finals, who advanced thanks to a 7-0 victory over Dart.

 

In the second game slot of the night, undefeated Greenhouse battled Deloitte, while Burger Shack took on Popeyes. The winners of both games would go on to play in the Gold Cup finals, and as the trophies sat on the side-line, the teams had all the motivation they needed to win.

Greenhouse, stacked with what seemed to be their best turnout of the season, struggled against the momentum of Deloitte. Led by quarterback David Taylor, Greenhouse were not able to move the ball as well as they expected. Kaleb Ebanks stepped up for Greenhouse and caught a touchdown for his team, but Deloitte, whose focus during the last few games has been defense, continued with their game plan.

 

On the other side of the ball, Jon Pump, Jamie Stephens and Maralynn Mulvihill would each secure a touchdown, giving a score after regulation time of 26-14 in favor of Deloitte, which resulted in the end of the undefeated run for Greenhouse and secured Deloitte a spot in the Gold Cup finals.

 

On the opposite field, Popeyes faced reigning champions Burger Shack. Popeyes, who struggled to fill their roster, knew they would have a mountain to climb. Led by quarterback Lisa Malice, the team fought a good fight against their talented foes. Malice connected with Taj Haye for a touchdown catch, with Alicia Dixon and Andrew Frederick successfully converting extra points.

 

On the opposite side of the ball, Burger Shack, led by quarterback William Peguero, had every intention of doing whatever it would take to find themselves back in the finals. It was Perry Levy, arguably the team’s primary receiver, that would secure all three touchdowns for his team.

 

Popeyes put up a gritty fight on defense, with rookie player Ericia Burke being a standout force for her team.

 

Burke, a current member of the youth league, is playing in her first co-ed season. “It’s been great watching her fit in and excelling on our team. She played on our women’s team last season and made the national team her first year. Although young, she’s already making a name for herself,” says teammate Dixon.

 

The game ended with a 19-14 victory for Burger Shack, allowing them to defend their title and make a run for their eighth straight championship in the league.

 

In the Silver Championship, Tribe Tattoo and Maples went head to head. Once the whistle blew, Tribe showed very quickly it was their game to win. With a dominating performance on defense, Maples struggled to move the ball and score to keep their team in the game.

 

Offensively, Tribe seemed comfortable and unphased by Maples, as Nigel Solomon, Selkirk Watler and Scimone Campbell all scored for their team. Fabio Gall of Maples, known for his speed and elusive moves, did his part to fight to keep his team in the game, scoring a touchdown that would be his team’s only points. The final score would be a lopsided 33-6 in favor of Tribe Tattoo.

 

Team Captain and finals MVP Andrew Wisdom credits his team for the entire season. “We have a good group together that at the start of the season decided they were going to not only play for themselves, but for the next person. We’ve had some weeks where people were missing and we were short, but it didn’t stop us from fighting and winning. Most of all, we focused on having fun, and we did that. Winning on top of it is just added bonus.”

 

In the Gold Championship final, Deloitte and Burger Shack both knew what the other team could bring to the table.

 

Playing with nothing to lose, Deloitte knew that Burger Shack had experience on its side. Deloitte, already having the bragging rights of snapping Burger Shack’s winning streak, had proven their right to be in the finals and sought to impose their style of football for the next 40 minutes.

 

Burger Shack, equally determined, went into the game following the same game plan they have had for years, and relied on their talent-filled roster.

 

“I just think we have a great group, our philosophy, our approach and everything has always been successful in this league. We have been running the same scheme for nine years. We have a lot of talent, and everyone understands the scheme,” said Perry Levy.

 

Burger Shack wasted no time in getting points on the board, as Levy caught a 40-yard bomb for a touchdown from quarterback William Peguero very early in the game. As the game progressed, Levy used his athletic ability to be a dominant force of defense as he intercepted a pass from Jamie Stephen that he ran straight into the end zone. Forcing Deloitte to play on their heels, Burger Shack seemed to be back with a vengeance.

 

In the second half, Deloitte found a bit of their fire, as Jon Pump scored after two Burger Shack defenders missed attempted tackles. Despite the pressure, Peguero also found Terry Ballard late in the game, securing another touchdown.

 

As the game progressed, Deloitte discovered they were not strong enough this time, and the game ended in a 28-12 victory to Burger Shack. Despite having their winning streak broken and being denied another perfect season, Burger Shack proudly hoisted the trophy as the champions of the Gold Cup division.

 

Perry Levy won MVP, as his experience and presence were felt on both ends of the ball.

 

With the 2018 Burger King Flag Football Co-ed season coming to a close, all eyes are on the Men’s and Women’s Premier Leagues that are set to start this summer.

 


Popeyes edge Burger King in flag CoEd League
May 20, 2018, 7:07 pm

In the Burger King CoEd League, the first round of the playoffs kicked off Friday night, with the teams fighting for a spot in the second round of the playoffs and the finals.

 

One of the more exciting games of the night was between

 

and the league’s sponsor, Burger King. Both teams secured a win the previous weekend to secure top standings in their divisions.

 

Burger King wasted no time getting points on the board as they capitalized on a long run by Tyler Lee. Garry “Peanut” Rutty battled the Popeyes defense, while calmly finding his players across the field. Tyler Lee and Betsy Smith added touchdowns and extra points to Burger King’s tally.

 

Popeyes however, would be equally determined to claim the win, with quarterback Lisa Malice, leading the charge. Malice, known for her calm composure, seemed to not be moved by the pressure or the closeness of the game. Marvin Gordon, Brendon Malice, Alicia Dixon and Jamaal Dell all caught touchdowns and extra points for their team.

 

The game ended in a nail biting 20-19 victory in favour of Popeyes. On the opposite field, Cayman Auto and Maples faced off in an energy-filled match.

 

For the past seven years, Cayman Auto has played as a unit in the CoEd league. “I love the fact that every year, no matter how the season ends we all come back together. We have a few new players mixed in amongst the group each year …. We’re all definitely grateful for Robbie Cribb putting the team together each year,” said Diandra Bodden.

 

Deandre Simpson scored three touchdowns for Maples.

 

Led by quarterback Robbie Cribb, Cayman Auto came into the game with momentum and the determination to not back down from the higher-seeded Maples. Cribb connected with Jamal and Jahrion Bodden, Kayla Robinson and Kara Rankine as they moved the ball down the field, however it was Bodden who caught the touchdown passes and kept his team in the game.

 

Maples, though challenged, managed to battle back when needed. Faced with stops by Cayman Auto’s defense, Maples’ quarterback Fabio Gall tried to keep his team composed and focused on the game. Gall scored an extra point himself and also connected with Deandre Simpson to add three touchdowns to the count.

 

The game ended in a 20-13 victory in favour of Maples.

Cayman Auto and Maples face off in an energy-filled game.

 

In the other games of the night: Greenhouse defeated ValuMed 14-7, which makes Greenhouse undefeated in all games so far; Tribe Tattoo won 21-13 over Orchid Development; Burger Shack bounced back by defeating BnP in a 42-12 win; Deloitte won 26-13 over Cayman National; Dart defeated Seafire 14-6; and Bogle Insurance won 7-0 over PD’s.

 

The semifinals and finals of the Burger King CoEd League are set to kick off under the lights Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Ed Bush Field. Spectators are welcome.


Deloitte takes a bite out of Burger Shack
May 16, 2018, 8:54 am
 

Deloitte QB Jamie Stephens controlled the offense.

 

Week 8 of the Burger King Flag Football Co-Ed League could easily be labelled as the most exciting, unpredictable and nail biting week of the season so far.  Including an additional game slot, games kicked off at dusk under the lights. From start to finish, teams were doing their best to give it one last go at adding the final touches to their regular season standings.

 

Burger Shack, a team that has been in the Co-Ed league for 7 seasons together, has impressively maintained a perfect record for 5 seasons. Despite challenges that the team has been facing this season, they have managed to keep their streak.  However, all that came to an end last Friday.

 

Taking the field in the second slot of the night, Burger Shack and Deloitte squared up for a game that arguably stole the attention of the whole night. Many wondered if Deloitte was up for the challenge, but their team looked posed and relaxed. “Entering the game, the team felt focused and excited,” said Carly Digham of Deloitte.

 

 

Led by their main QB, Kevin Solomon, Burger Shack played their game as they normally do, with confidence. “We’ve never really drawn up plays and it seems to work for us. As they say, if it isn’t broke, don’t fix It,” said Perry Levy.

 

Levy, who many may feel is Solomon’s most favourite receiver, secured two of the three touchdowns for his Burger Shack team, with Solomon adding one himself as he ran into the end zone. In true fashion, Will Peguero, added the icing on top each time, with extra point conversions to follow.

 

This however, wouldn’t throw off the Deloitte team, as they rallied in their own way and put their own points on the board. Led by QB Jamie Stephens, the Deloitte squad didn’t seem fazed at all against the experience of their opponents. Stephens was able to connect with Ryan Pull, Carly Digham and Chris Bennett for touchdowns and Ramon Sealy for an extra point.

 

It was Bennett’s second touchdown of the night that gave Deloitte their final lead, which they were able to keep until the game ended. Whilst there was a lot of scoring, the game wasn’t short of key defensive plays on both ends of the ball.

 

Gary “Peanut” Rutty led his Burger King team to stellar victory.

 

“Burger Shack has some very talented offensive weapons, so we tailored our defensive game plan to shut them down as best we could,” said Riley Mullen of the Deloitte team. Motivated to keep his team fuelled up, Stephen Mitzel was all over the field and even had a key interception that stopped Burger Shack right in their tracks, and ultimately secured the win for their team as it gave them back the ball with only a few seconds left. The game ended 25-23 in favour of Deloitte.

 

Not only did this win snap the streak of Burger Shack, but with it Deloitte has managed to move in front of Burger Shack in the regular league standings finishing first in the East.

 

Adding to the “Burger” night, was the league sponsor’s team, Burger King rising over PD’s in the first game of the night. Gary “Peanut” Rutty was in true form connecting with his players down the field. Burger King would go on to win the game 44-14 over PD’s, allowing them to finish 3rd in the East Division.

 

On the West division side, The Greenhouse finished strong on top, managing to maintain their winning streak. Popeyes, BnP’s BBQ and Cayman National respectfully follow after in standings.

 

The first round of the playoffs is set for 11 May starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Ed Bush Sports Complex. Games are slated into a Gold and Silver Division, with the top four from both divisions competing in the Gold.


BnP tops Cayman Auto in OT
May 3, 2018, 9:51 am

The battle for semi-finals berths in the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association (CIFFA) Burger King Co-Ed League officially started last Friday, 27 April, at Ed Bush Sports Complex with an exciting overtime finish.

 

An extra period was required for BnP to prevail 19-13 over Cayman Auto. Baron Solomon scored the touchdown and the conversion point scored by Peter Whittaker sealed the win.

 

 

The evening’s other games were not as competitive. Deloitte gave Tribe Tattoo no chance to score and blanked them 27-0. Popeye’s defeated Bogles Insurance 25-0, while Valumed only gave Kimpton Seafire one chance to score a touchdown and ended the game with a 32-6 win.

 

Burger Shack still leads the East with an undefeated record while Greenhouse dominates the West, also with a perfect record.

 

Playoff seeding hangs in the balance when the final set of regular season games kick-off Friday night (4 May) at Ed Bush Sports Complex. The semi-finals are set for 11 May.

 

 

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Champs eye 7th straight title
Apr 19, 2018, 11:38 am

Burger Shack’s Child Please team is undefeated after five games in the 2018 Burger King Flag Football Co-ed League in a quest to take the title for the seventh consecutive season.

 

The season kicked off on 16 February with 16 teams split into East and West division. This year’s team sponsors include Valu-Med, The Greenhouse, Pirates Den Pub, Cayman National Bank, Burger King, Popeye’s, Deliotte, Cayman Auto, Kimpton Seafire, Orchid Development, Maples, Dart, Burger Shack, Bogle Insurance, Tribe Tattoo and BnP’s BBQ.

 

Burger Shack leads the East with a 5-0 record, scoring 138 points and dominating on defence to concede only 18. The Greenhouse leads the West with a 6-0 record.

 

However, there are other teams that should not be overlooked and have made their impression on the field. Deliotte, Popeye’s and BnP BBQ are only behind by one loss and Valu-Med, Cayman National Bank and Bogle Insurance with two losses.

 

Week 8 starts this Friday, 20 April, with the first set of games starting at 7:30 p.m. at Ed Bush Sports Complex in West Bay. The semi-finals are set for 11 May.

 

The co-ed league is one of many organised by the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association.

 


           

 

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