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Walkers outshine Kirk Freeport, notch first win!
Apr 8, 2014, 3:07 pm

 walkers

Upsets are one of the great pleasures of sports that even the slightest of fan can appreciate. This rang true this past weekend in the Burger King Co-ed Flag Football League where many witnessed the winless Walkers upset Kirk Freeport 26-6. Losers of five straight, Walkers determination and refusal to throw in the towel on the season finally paid off. Rookie of the year candidate Timothy Myles was the difference maker for the legal experts with a couple touchdown passes, a rushing touchdown and an interception returned for another touchdown, notching him with player of the week honors. Ellen Downey, Nino Dilbert and Horace Walters also had good outings with a touchdown and a number of interceptions. Collectively it was encouraging for players and bystanders alike to see the squad finally put together a complete game. For Kirk Freeport, opportunities to stay alive in the playoff race are running out as the losses keep piling up. Captain Jerry Beck has shed some concerns with the quality of officiating and the impact that has had on the results of games but readily admitted that his team has simply not played well. Paul Reichard had their lone scoring play returning an interception for a touchdown.

 

In the opener, Wok-N-Roll shellacked Crossfit7Mile 39-6 behind a career day by Tito Solomon. Solomon amassed a season high five touchdown passes and also converted a number of extra points. Veterans David Taylor, Agueda Blake, Jason Wong, Nekita Saintvil and Carrie Carter all caught touchdowns during the rout. For CrossFit7Mile, their nucleus of Jon Pump, Todd Hazlewood, Schmarrah McCarthy and Jamie Stephens returned to action but that would still not be enough to stop the bleeding. Losers of four straight with a bleak record of 1-5, their relevance is fading each passing week.

 

Later on, Theron Wood and Maples knocked off Wakeboard Cayman 30 – 7. Fabio Gall was again the driving force for Maples throwing a couple touchdown passes and taking matters into his own hands running for a few more. Brett Eden and Martina Bodden were his receivers of choice with three touchdowns combined. For Wakeboard Cayman, James Ort and company simply could not sustain any drives on offense to take some pressure off their defense. Quarterback Chris LeBeau had a frustrating performance as he and his receiving core struggled to get on the same page. After showing some promise a few weeks back, the water sports fanatics have stalled of late and are badly in need of a win.

 

On the opposite field, KPMG and Computer R Us engaged in a thrilling nail bitter that saw the computer distributors eke out a 22-21 win. Jon Whittaker took the snaps initially for Computer R Us and appeared to struggle accessing the defensive scheme carried out by KPMG. Their offense bogged down on consecutive drives as a result forcing coach Rex Whittaker to make a quarterback change in favor of Dionne Whittaker. This was a game saving decision for Computer R Us as Dionne energized the squad by running off three consecutive scores. She finished up with 3 touchdown passes, two to Jon and the other to Zack Seymour. Ernesto Ebanks rounded out the scoring with a couple extra points. For KPMG, Deanna Douglas almost single handedly willed her team to victory when making a number of critical plays in the clutch. She finished up with two touchdown receptions and one interception on defense and was awarded the player of the week for her efforts. Rob Hendrich spearheaded KPMG's offense throwing three touchdown passes and three extra points.

 

In the night cap, Burger Shack walloped Duke’s 40-8 behind the relentless pass rush of playmaker Chris Bennett. Burger Shack quarterback Barrett Edri led the offensive unit and continued his hot play throwing four touchdown passes. Perry Levy also had a notable game with two reception touchdowns and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. Will Peguero Jr. chipped in with two interceptions and one reception touchdown of his own and Sophy Broad caught a couple extra points to round out the statistical outpouring. For Duke’s, this was a disappointing effort by a team, who coming in, was playing some of their best football of the season. Led by Richard Campbell and socialite Jera Ebanks, their offense struggled to move the ball throughout. The score disparity skyrocketed just after halftime which allowed the burger cookers to tee off on defense. Matthew Bone and carnival enthusiast Craig “Festa” Frederick stayed active in spite of score with a couple interceptions and a two point conversion.

 

To round up last week’s action, Alicia Dixon and Andro Elevator ran over Shakira Davis and Los Terroristas 27-6, Diandria Bodden and Cayman Auto defeated Timothy Coulson and Weststar 27-19 and Camille Solomon and Pizza hut knocked off Bobeth O’Garro and Go Flag Yourself 19-7.

 

Tension is starting to grow with only three weeks remaining in the regular season. Upper tier teams will aim to improve their playoff seeding whilst the middling teams fight for their playoff lives. This weekend, get your popcorn ready as A division frontrunners Andro Elevator face off against league powerhouse and nemesis Burger Shack. Both teams have cruised to a perfect 6-0 start and many expect an ole fashion grudge match given their chippy history. Andro captain Brendon Malice was quoted saying “This Friday will be a true test of how we play as a team and handle adversity. Burger Shack will be a challenge and we’re looking forward to an entertaining and fun game.” On the flip side, the always brazen Burger shack squad stuck to their persona as quarterback Barrett Edri was quoted saying "They're gonna have to start taking the stairs". Above all the chatter and bragging rights, the winner would potentially secure the top seed in the all-important post season knockout playoffs.

 

All games are played on Friday nights from 6pm to 10pm at the Ed Bush Field, West Bay.


New Executive Committee - 2014/15
Apr 3, 2014, 4:04 pm

CIFFA Board 2014/15                                  Congrats to our new executive committee. From back left: Phil Brown, Jermaine Sharpe, Perry Levy, Dean Claassens, Sherene Jackson, Kyle Broadhurst and Maggie Ebanks. Front from left: Alexandria Terry, Agueda Blake, Alicia Dixon and Scimone Campbell. Missing from photo: Brendon Malice and Rohan Marshall.

 


Burger Shack burn Impressions!
Apr 3, 2014, 3:59 pm

Week 6 recap Coed


Andro Elevator rise to new heights!
Mar 27, 2014, 9:57 am

Andro Coed

As coed flag football reaches its mid point, a number of squads are turning heads.The 2014 Burger King Coed Flag Football League heads into week six of its 12-week campaign at the Ed Bush Sports Complexon March 28. Matches take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. featuring 20 teams across two divisions.

 

Of that number, five sides are currently unbeaten: 4-0 Andro Elevator, who lead the A division, 4-0 Burger Shack, 4-0 Impressions Beauty Salon, 4-0 Higgs and Johnson, who lead the B division and 4-0 Cayman Auto Diagnostic .

 

For league coordinator Perry Levy, the early stages have offered up a number of surprises.“I know I speak for myself and other members of the executive committee when I say we are elated with the status of the league,” Levy said.“Just witnessing all the competitive action together with social camaraderie each week brings a great sense of accomplishment and joy to us. Which teams have surprised me, both positively and negatively? Positively, I would have to say the undefeated Andro Elevator and the ascending WestStar have been the biggest surprises with an honorable mention of the Ospreys.“Inversely, I would have to say that the struggles of Cronies and Burger King are equally, if not more, surprising.”

 

Andro is coming off a 26-6 win over 2-3 Pizza Hut last Friday. Lisa Malice threw for three touchdown passes while Nicholas Roberts had two TD catches and an interception. Monique Roberts and Alicia Dixon each had a TD and Brendon Malice had a TD pass.

 

WestStar, 4-1 in the B division, had a 28-21 win over WakeBoard Cayman as TV resenter Kevin Morales had four TD passes with Carrie Barnett-Carter (two TDs), Timothy Coulson and Anton Brown making catches in the end zone.

 

Ospreys, who have a new sponsor in Computers R Us, are also 4-1 in the B ranks after a 26-14 win over Walkers. Jonathan Whittaker had four TD passes, connecting with the likes of Ernesto Ebanks (twice) and Dionne Whittaker in the end zone.

 

On the flip side, Cueme Parker and the Cronies are just 1-3 in the top flight while Gary Rutty and Burger King are near the bottom of the B division at 1-3. Rounding out last week’s results, Christopher Bennett and Burger Shack crushed CrossFit 7Mile, 36-12, Matt Bone and Duke’s thrashed Los Terroristas, 42-24, Simon Rivers and Cayman Auto Diagnostic beat Kirk Freeport, 20-7, Rupert Whittaker and Maples defeated KPMG, 20-8 and Tito Solomon and Wok-N-Roll clipped Go Flag Yourself, 13-6.


Burger Shack deep fry Wok-N-Roll!
Mar 18, 2014, 3:51 pm

Burger Shack continued their winning ways after quieting the chatty Wok-N-Roll 19-6 in the Burger King Coed Flag Football League. There was a lot of playful pregame trash-talking since both teams are well acquainted and boast championship accolades. The game managed to live up to its competitive billing in the first half with a 6-6 score but the gourmet burger experts eventually separated themselves in the second half. Barrett Edri filled in admirably for starting quarterback Kevin Solomon by coordinating three scoring drives. Perry Levy was his favourite target and caught the key tie breaking touchdown in the second half. Rum Connoisseur Terry Ballard had a career day with a touchdown reception, sack and interception. Cassandra Bodden kept the chains moving on the ground and Ida Sey made a cameo appearance and played great defense. For Wok-N-Roll, they had a couple opportunities to make a game of it as their defense led by Phil Brown managed to get a few stops.   Unfortunately, quarterback Adrean Russell and his offense had a rough night, particularly with turnovers. He floated a couple passes down the middle in heavy traffic that were intercepted, wiping out potential scoring drives. Carrie Carter was their lone bright spot with a number of catches and their only touchdown received from the surprising arm of Tito Solomon. Solomon also had a nice interception on defense.

 

In the appetizer round, Andro Elevator sent shockwaves through the league when they embarrassed the undermanned Cronies team 32-0. Brendon and Lisa Malice once again propelled the elevator professionals with their patented ground heavy misdirection sets. They did a great job of playing at the pace they wanted, sustaining drives to control the clock and minimise the Cronies possessions. Statistically, the Malice's threw for an impressive 5 touchdowns combined to the likes of Nicholas Roberts and Jamuel Dell. For the Cronies, this was a somewhat worrying outcome for a team who many believe have title aspirations. The absence of their two best playmakers Cueme Parker and Glenn Duran Jr. was noticeable but it's fair to assume they expected to perform better irrespectively. To quote team captain Oliver Parker, “Collectively we had a bad day at the office as offensively we were deficient and defensively we were undisciplined”. Fortunately they have a bye this week and can use the extra time to revisit their approach and mind set.

 

The second round of games saw Duke’s capture their first win of the season when they knocked off Go Flag Yourself 28-24 behind a breakout performance by Richard Campbell. Anyone in attendance wanting a game that featured a big play aerial assault certainly got their wish. Campbell repeatedly showed off his strong arm, pushing the ball downfield for multiple touchdowns. Veterans Matthew Bone and Andrew Frederick were his go to receivers from start to finish. For Go Flag Yourself, Michael Carey took the snaps and had a controlled and judicious showing. He took care of the football and put together multiple scoring drives that on most nights would have secured a victory. Unfortunately the lack of support from his defensive unit was simply too much for his offense to overcome. Scimone Campbell also had a notable outing for Go Flag Yourself with multiple touchdowns.

 

In the B division, Cayman Auto Diagnostics cruised by Walkers 14-0. For a team that has quietly dismantled every foe they’ve faced this season, they seem to be playing with a chip on their shoulder in an attempt to command more attention and respect. Spearheaded by the savvy and resourceful Robbie Cribb, the auto specialists are currently on a path to clash with frontrunners Higgs and Johnson for division supremacy. Quality playmakers like Simon Rivers and Kara Rakine were in action for Cayman Auto and scored during the game. For Walkers, it was unfortunately the same old story for the squad trying to find themselves. They again were unable to put together a drive that resulted in points. Horace Walters made the only recorded play of the night when he snatched an interception.

 

In the night capper, the Ospreys turned a few heads after eking out a hard fought win against WestStar 26-20. Both teams were extremely focused and schematically sound which resulted in the game having 5 lead changes. The multitalented Dionne Whittaker was the difference maker for the Ospreys, throwing and receiving a couple of touchdowns. She also played great fundamental defense as instructed by her coach and hubby Rex Whittaker. Her son Jon Whittaker and team captain Ernesto Ennis were the premier benefactors of her play. For WestStar, it was another encouraging performance by the growing team who put themselves in position to win at the end. Unfortunately, any chance of a thrilling comeback in consecutive weeks was killed quickly as the dialled in Ospreys defense shut down their final drive. The three amigos Kevin Morales, Jessica Ebanks and Timothy Coulston again played well for WestStar.

 

To round up last week’s action, Maggie Ebanks and Impressions Beauty Salon remained undefeated when they overwhelmed Matthew Yates and Los Terroristas 30-14. Chris Lucus threw 4 touchdown passes for Impressions split between recipients Paul Chin and Jon Carter. Likewise, Higgs and Johnson remained unblemished after throbbing Chris Lebeau’s Wakeboard Cayman 32-12. Brad Conolly threw 2 touchdowns to RaShawn Wright and Jeff Wight and took matters into his own hands running for another. Lastly, Burger King got off the snide by knocking off Kamala Murugesu and Maples 21- 6 behind the defensive prowess of Justin Miles and Mitchie Williams. Garry Rutty led their offensive attack throwing 3 touchdowns to Dillion Claassens, Ryan and Betsy Smith.

 

More action will continue tomorrow night at the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay where a number of attractive matchups are on schedule such as KPMG vs Maples, Kirk Freeport vs Cayman Auto Diagnostics, Pizza Hut vs Andro Elevator and CrossFit7Mile vs Burger Shack.

 

Congrats to Richard Campbell of Duke's and Dionne Whittaker of the Ospreys who were recognised as the Men’s and Women’s players of the week.

 


Morales’s heroics finish off Maples!!!
Mar 11, 2014, 10:26 am

The intensity of the Burger King Coed Flag Football League went up a few notches this past weekend under the bright lights of the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay.A bunch of games went down to the wire that resulted in some thrilling finishes.

 

In the storied game of the week, WestStar shocked Maples, 19-14, during a spirited bout. The potent duo of Kevin Morales and Jessica Ebanks were again the driving forces for the cable television specialists.  They controlled the game with their patented dual quarterback illusion sets, which appeared to keep Maples off balance during the course of the game. They also got a high motor performance from Timothy Coulton, whose finger prints were left all over the box score. 

For Maples, Fabio Gall hooked up with his favorite receiver, Rupert Whittaker, late in game to thrust them ahead 14-13. Unfortunately, they left just enough time on the clock for WestStar to snatch the win from the jaws of defeat. Slippery Morales managed to outflank Maples defense and broke off a short pass up the sideline for a 45-yard, game-clinching touchdown.

 

Second round contests saw dual-threat quarterback Baron Solomon and his Pizza Hut crew stun Glenn Duran Jr. and the Cronies, 25-21. It was one of those performances for Pizza Hut where they were clicking on all cylinders from the outset. Their receivers, Peter Whittaker and Camille Solomon, were consistently finding the soft spot within the Cronies defense and Baron, with his unconventional delivery, showed great touch and accuracy on his throws. Such offensive efficiency inspired the Pizza Hut defense, led by cornerback Ryan Ebanks who kept the Cronies off the scoreboard in the first half. This triggered a lot of frustration and patchy officiating outcries by the Cronies squad who may have come into the game overconfident. To their credit, they showed some resolve in the second half behind the prowess of Cueme Parker and Jen Cotarelo, when they ran off 21 unanswered points. Unfortunately, that wouldn’t be enough as Baron delivered in the clutch, this time as a recipient of a gorgeous TD throw by Whittaker to pull off the upset.

 

On the opposite field, the upstart Wakeboard Cayman got their first win of the season by shutting out Walkers, 13-0. Guided by veteran quarterback Chris LeBeau, Wakeboard opened up a few eyes with their vertical passing game featuring the shifty James Ort. The high-spirited crew also got some quality play from the likes of Danna Hickey and Sarie Smith, who were instrumental throughout. For Walkers, it was a disappointing showing by the unpolished squad. There seems to be a lack of stability at the quarterback position, which has hampered their ability to sustain drives. As a result, they have not reached the end zone all season, which is starting to affect the team’s overall moral. They will look to get off the snide against Robbie Cribb’s Cayman Auto Diagnostics gang this week.

 

In the ensuing and final game of the night, KPMG got a much-needed victory by defeating Burger King, 26-18. Robert Hendrich took the snaps for KPMG and brought some life to the squad, throwing an impressive four TD passes. Three of those tosses were to Steve Taylor and the other was to Jay Robinson. For Burger King, it has been a substandard season thus far for the seasoned bunch, who are surprisingly 0-3 and in jeopardy of missing the playoffs. They have simply been unable to put together a complete game, which has led to their defeats being for different reasons. Any chance of a successful turnaround will fall in the capable hands and feet of Gary Rutty, Sean Moyle, Betsy Smith and Ryan Smith.

 

To round up last week’s action, Adrean Russell threw multiple TDs to help Wok-N-Roll beat Jordan Stubblefield and Los Terroristas, 28-21 while Becky and Chris Lucas propelled Impressions Beauty Salon to an early lead to knock off Jamie Stephen and CrossFit7Mile, 26-18. Nicholas Roberts and Andro Elevator outlasted Matt Bone, Kristopher Brand and Duke’s late rally to win, 20-14, and Higgs and Johnson thumped Jerry Beck and Kirk Freeport, 33-12, behind Tonia Ebanks-McLaughlin’s big night on defense.

 

The heart of the schedule for most teams will play out over the next month as games gradually become more important. This weekend, the most notable match-up features the incumbent A and B division champions, Burger Shack and Wok-N-Roll, respectively, will kick start the midseason push. Perennial stalwarts like Perry Levy, Barrett Edri and Cassandra Bodden of Burger Shack and Phil Brown, David Taylor and Alexandra Terry of Wok-N-Roll will square off in this all-important game. Both teams have yet to play their best football to date so this will be another opportunity to restore their upper echelon prominence.

 

Baron Solomon of Pizza Hut and Tonia Ebanks-McLaughlin of Higgs and Johnson were recognized as the men’s and women’s players of the week.


CrossFit7Mile set eyes on Impressions!!!
Mar 4, 2014, 11:44 am

The Burger King Coed Flag Football League continues this Friday with a number of quality games on schedule. In the A Division, Impressions Beauty Salon will put their unblemished record on the line against CrossFit7Mile who are coming off a lopsided victory and looking for a statement game. The teams are led by Chris Lucas (Impressions) and Jamie Stephen (CrossFit7Mile) who are coming off MVP and MVP runner up campaigns in last year’s summer Premier League. Veteran standouts Jon Pump, Todd Hazlewood, Schmarrah McCarthy, Taj Haye and Gillian Roffey will also square off in this key matchup. Whilst the spread currently has CrossFit7Mile as 3point underdogs, no one would be shocked if the final result nullifies the odds. In any case, a loss wouldn’t be damming to either team's playoff chances, whereas a win would cement a contender’s distinction.   

 

In the B Division, headlines continue to revolve around the Brad Conolly led Higgs and Johnson squad who have propelled themselves atop the power rankings by easily dismantling their first two opponents. They have an interesting matchup this week against an erratic Kirk Freeport team who coming in to the season had viable title aspirations. Unfortunately, their offensive unit has yet to show up this season scoring a head scratching 12 points combined in two games. Whilst on any given day a team can be beaten, it goes without saying that an offensive outpouring will be essential if the jewellers want to pull off the upset. An appearance by the versatile and fiery Daniel Kirkconnell who has been M.I.A. thus far would certainly help their case. 

 

Whilst most of the attention will be on those two games, there is some intrigued surrounding the Maples vs. WestStar matchup. Garnering little attention with their modest personnel, both teams are surprisingly unbeaten with contrasting styles of play. Constructed by local sports enthusiast Shawn Pitterson, Maples barrage their opponents with a quick strike big play offense propelled by the youthful Fabio Gall and Rubert Whittaker. WestStar on the other hand, sedate their opponents with a judicious ball control offense and timely defense led by Kevin Morales. It’s early in the season but a win by either team would instil belief that they belong in the "Playoff Team” conversation. The loser, on the other hand, may walk away questioning whether their early success was more a result of the quality of opponent faced. 

 

Other noteworthy games include KPMG vs. Burger King and Wok-N-Roll vs. Los Terroristas who are all looking to notch their first win of the season. There will also be a good night capper between Pizza Hut and the Cronies where the winner will go above .500. 

 

To round up last week’s action, A Division powerhouse Burger Shack knocked off Los Terroristas 26-7, CrossFit7Mile shellacked Duke’s 32-7, the Cronies cruise by Go Flag Yourself! 39-13 and Impressions Beauty Salon endured Pizza Hut 19-13. In the B Division, the Ospreys overran Burger King 44-22, Cayman Auto Diagnostics dominated WakeBoard Cayman 37-14, WestStar shocked Kirk Freeport 13-6 and Higgs and Johnson rocked KPMG 27-8. 

 

Jarryd Bodden of the Ospreys and Jordana Clarke of the Cronies were recognised as the Men's and Women's Players of the Week. Games are played every Friday from 6pm-10pm at the Ed Bush Field in West Bay. The Security Centre Youth League is also currently in full swing with games every Saturday at the CIS Field, Camana Bay between the hours of 11am – 3pm.


Burger King Co-ed Flag a Major Hit!!!
Feb 25, 2014, 9:29 am

The booming Burger King Coed Flag Football League kicked off this past weekend at the Ed Bush Sports Center in West Bay.The league, put on by the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association, has a remarkable 20 teams registered this year with more than 300 participants. Familiar squads such as the reigning A and B division champions Burger Shack and Wok-N-Roll have returned, in addition to a number of expansion teams such as Walkers, Impressions Beauty Salon and WakeBoard Cayman. 

 

In the opener, Mourant Ozannes made an early statement dominating Burger King with a balanced attack spearheaded by quarterback Brad Conolly. He connected with Celester “7Eleven” Anderson for touchdowns twice and got some help on the ground from RaShawn Wright and Angel Hawkins, who each ran in a TD. For Burger King, it was a rough outing in every phase of the game – which led to them being blanketed statistically. The absence of Gary Rutty was quite apparent as the team simply didn’t have a pulse. Sean Moyle and Josh Whittaker tried to fill the void in his absence, but their efforts were without avail. The final score was a surprising 26-0.  

 

On the opposite field, Impressions Beauty Salon knocked off the Cronies 18-14 in what many considered the game of the night. Men’s Premier League Most Valuable Player Chris Lucas led the charge for Impressions with two TDs through the air and one on defense off an interception. Paul Chin and Gillian Roffey were the key targets, being the recipients of his TD passes. For the Cronies, it was a promising performance by the Oliver Parker-led crew despite the loss.

 

Former women’s league MVP Jordana Clarke returned on the scene after a three-year hiatus to bolster their roster. She tossed a TD to Jen Cortarelo but showed signs of rust, turning the ball over twice. Versatile playmaker Cueme Parker broke off a nice TD run to keep things interesting, but the turnovers proved too much for them to overcome.

 

In the second round of games, Cayman Auto Diagnostic shut out the upstart Ospreys 20-0, and Pizza Hut knocked off CrossFit7Mile 20-12. For Cayman Auto, the youthful Robbie Cribb Sr. and the Rivers brothers – Simon and Joel – were the focal points from start to finish. Cribb threw two TD passes and his son Robbie Cribb Jr. had an INT on defense. Simon and Joel finished up with three TDs combined and Erin Marshall caught a couple extra points to round out their scoring.

 

For the Ospreys, it was a callous welcome to the league as they were held out of the endzone. With that said, it was a good opportunity for Ernesto Ebanks and company to grasp the nuances of the game which should benefit them in week two.

 

Meanwhile, across the field, the nimble legs and unorthodox arm of Baron Solomon was on full display for Pizza Hut. He ran in two TDs and threw one to Ryan Ebanks to pull off the win. For CrossFit7Mile, offensive standouts Jamie Stephens and Jon Pump kept the game close, reaching pay dirt twice. Unfortunately, their inability to contain Solomon on defense cost them the game.

 

In other action, Burger Shack outlasted a determined Go Flag Yourself! team to notch a sloppy win 20-14. QB Kevin Solomon directed Burger Shack’s attack, throwing two TD passes to Perry Levy. Barrett Edri returned an INT for a TD to round out the scoring for Burger Shack.

 

For Go Flag Yourself!, Mike Carey and Bobeth O’Garro alternated QB duties and both had solid outings. They completed TD passes to Krystle Barrett and Catherine Ebanks, who found the soft spots in Burger Shack’s defense all night. Go Flag Yourself! had a shot at the end, but a key third down conversion by Burger Shack’s Will Peguero Jr. dwindled the game clock, leaving no time for a comeback.

 

Later on, Maples shellacked Walkers 33-0, while Kirk Freeport stunned KPMG 6-0. For Maples, the lethal combination of Fabio Gall and Rupert Whittaker was the difference throughout. They connected for multiple TDs and XTRA points and were simply too much for Walkers to handle. Defensively, Sonny Powell and Kareem James played the passing lanes well, snatching multiple INTs and returning one for a TD. For the inexperienced Walkers, QB Jermaine Ebanks and his receivers were unable to get on the same page all night.

 

Their lone bright spot was Ellen Downey, who caught a number of contested passes. Overall, they showed great speed and athleticism but need to hone their skills and create an identity on both sides of the ball. Meanwhile, Kirk Freeport squeezed out a narrow win against the perceived preseason B division favorites, KPMG.

 

In what were gawky performances by both teams, it was obvious from the outset that the game would come down to one play. That key play was made by Kirk Freeport, courtesy of David Makin’s TD connection with Paul Reichard, with seconds remaining on the clock.

 

KPMG appeared to be missing some key personnel at crucial positions, which contributed to their struggles offensively. Unfortunately, they’ll have little time to harp on their failure as they face Mourant Ozannes next.

 

In the night capper, Andro Elevator welcomed Wok-N-Roll to the A division with a forceful win, 20-6. Brendon and Lisa Malice led the charge for Andro, coordinating three scoring drives and putting on a tackling clinic on defense. The recipients of their TDs were Jamuel Dell, Alicia Dixon and Chris Allen.

 

For Wok-N-Roll, rust was apparent as offensively they were sluggish and defensively they couldn’t get off the field. Phil Brown and Shinette Rhoden were their only standouts, accounting for a number of receptions and their lone score. It’s fair to assume that Adrean Russell will use their upcoming bye week to make some adjustments and have his squad ready to bounce back against Los Terroristas in week three. 

 

Fabio Gall of Maples and Catherine Ebanks of Go Flag Yourself were the men’s and women’s players of the week.

 


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