Three-way tie, as top teams dominate

Four weeks of action are in the books of the 2018 Camana Bay Indoor Co-Ed Corporate Volleyball League, with Cayman National Bank, Maples FS, and Silver Wheaten locked in a dead heat atop the standings.


Monday, 12 March

In the early games, Deloitte were unable to field a team and therefore forfeited their game against DART A, handing the DART A team the win and an easy jump up the table to 5th place. Meanwhile on the other court DART B took on Cayman National Bank. DART B gave it their best shot but it just was not enough to beat the still undefeated CNB team who won in 2 straight sets, 25-13 and 25-10. It was another strong performance from the CNB team which is also currently at the top of the points table.

Next up the team from PWC won over Maples & Calder in 2 sets, 25-23 and 25-20 in what many would see as an upset victory. Strong defensive play from Anthea Matthews of M&C helped her team stay in the game, but a barrage of service aces from both Amos Benji and Jason Buckle of PWC secured the win and have them currently in fourth place.

Meanwhile, defending champions Maples FS took on KPMG in 2 close sets. MFS won the first set 25-22 and it was all to play for in the second. KPMG fought hard but were overwhelmed by excellent offense from David Bakker of MFS, who registered the most kills of the game, MFS took the win 25-21. With the win MFS stays even at the top of the table with CNB.

The final game of the night saw Silver Wheaton (“SLV”) defeat CITCO in a blowout 2 straight sets. After starting the game short a player, CITCO really struggled to find their rhythm. With strong defensive play from Chérie Branch of SLV and Eric Wilson registering the most kills, SLV won 25-11 and 25-4 and remain tied at the top with CNB and MFS.


Wednesday, 14 March

In the first set of games Maples & Calder (M&C) took on DART A in an attempt to end their losing streak. Dustin Lacheva of DART A registered the most kills on court in an impressive first set. On offense for M&C it was Stephen Tatum who ultimately helped secure the win for his team in two sets. M&C defeat DART A 25-21, 25-14.

Meanwhile, Silver Wheaton (SLV) took the win against Deloitte due to yet another forfeit. This will cause significant damage for Deloitte on the leader board. With plans to be back on the court next week they will really need to secure some wins to remain in contention for the playoffs.

Next up KPMG won in a tense game against DART B in three sets. After a strong 25-19 win in the first set for KPMG, DART B came back stronger to win the second set 27-25. With it all to play for in the third set, KPMG jumped out to a lead and fought hard for their 15-6 victory as they took the 2-1 win. Adam McSharry-Downie of KPMG registered three kills and in a losing attempt, James Stephen of DART B registered four.

On the other court CITCO took on the currently undefeated Cayman National Bank (CNB). CITCO had a much stronger game than earlier in the week but CNB proved once again why they deserve the top spot. On offense it was Eric Webster of CNB who helped his team win the first set 25-13. Greg Ebanks of CITCO registered the most kills for his team but it wasn’t quite enough and CNB won the second set 25-14.

The final game of the night we saw Maples FS (MFS) defeat PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) in two straight sets. David Bakker of MFS registered the most kills on court, closely followed by Kevin Solomon, also of MFS. PWC didn’t make it easy for them though with Amos Benji registering the most kills for his team and excellent defensive play from the players as a whole. MFS over PWC 25-18, 25-18.

Games resume on Monday 19 March with CNB, MFS and SLV all locked in a three-way tie for first. For more information regarding the schedule and highlights of the games visit


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