AC Millies maintained their form and composure Wednesday to claim their first Whirlpool Cup title. In a close and exciting game, Cable Bahama Stars were eventually beaten by three goals to one .

AC Millies got off to the perfect start with a goal midway through the half by Sam Taylor and at that stage, with Aaron Levarity and Preston ‘ peanut’ Rolle , running into space on the flanks they looked in for a comfortable victory. However, Stars regrouped and came back into the game and indeed pressed for an equalizer as the first half wore on. Their hard work was rewarded minutes into the restart when Denzil Deveaux took advantage of a sleepy defence to level the scores . At that stage , Cable Bahama Stars looked as though they would go onto to win the tie.

AC Millies readjusted their formation and switched Roger Johnson to midfield and Sam Taylor up front to pressurize the Stars defence. This tactic seemed to work as a harried Andre Bethel gave away a needless foul on the edge of the box which resulted in him being substituted . More seriously however, Taylor fired in the resulting free kick to restore the lead for his team. A great team goal coolly finished off by Preston Rolle capped the performance and gave AC MIllies the cup

The junior boys in The Dolly Madison Youth Soccer Academy aged 9 to 12 concluded their season just before Easter ( March 19th)

As part of the season close the following took place on Wednesday March 19th:

Under 12s Select XI vs. Under 14s Select XI

Whirlpool Under 18 Select XI vs. Coaches Select XI