Bonacca Boys rule the indoor court

Bonacca Boys ran past an under-strength Dominion Devils to take the title in the Kings Sports Centre Indoor Football League for their eleventh championship Wednesday night, 6 December.

Bonacca Boys jumped out to a 2-0 lead early thanks to goals from Christopher Reeves and Rolly Bodden but Devils kept it competitive and closed the half trailing by only one goal (4-3) thanks to goals from Jonah Ebanks and Jedd Ebanks.

After the break, the league’s leading scorer, Reny Carter found the back of the net within the first minute of play resuming. Bayron McCoy and Rolly Bodden joined in with Bonacca Boys opening up an 8-3 lead when Carter scored his second from a penalty.

With no reserves to turn to, Devils were forced to play a man down for much of the second half due to an injury to their keeper on a contested shot. Bonacca Boys were too much for the short-handed Devils and comfortably claimed the title with an 11-5 win and took the $1,000 prize in addition to the cup.


Carter had a hat-trick, with McCoy, Reeves and Bodden each scoring a pair.

“This is a feeling now that we’re used to,” Carter said after hoisting the championship trophy.

Despite facing an understrength opponent, McCoy said it was still sweet to win. “They were missing players, we were missing players but we’re happy with the end,” he said.

Carter concurred: “We already beat them twice during the league with their full squad, so we’ve already proved that we are the best.”

Other teams in the league were Deloitte, EY, KPMG, Maples, and Pestkil.

Editor’s note: Errors in an earlier version of this story have been corrected. We apologise for any harm those inaccuracies have caused.

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