Pirates can't find their footing, finish season at 2-8

by Staff Writer

DUNEDIN- The 2018 FFA regular came to a merciful close for the Dunedin Pirates after they faced the Southwest Florida Gladiators in Bradenton back on March 31st. The Pirates fell 60-0 to the Gladiators at Lakewood Ranch Park, in which became the final game of the campaign. 

One of the Dunedin's biggest problems all season long was finding its footing on the offensive side of the football and Pirates coach Ernest Givins went through four different signal callers. The team started off with Antonio Hampton as the Day 1 starter and then turned to Worthy Jackson and then Eugene Davenport. Wide receiver Alex Jennings finished the final two games as the team's starter at quarterback. 

Now the Pirates enter the off-season looking to find their way out of the '3rd place' finish its had the last two years. The team has announced via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram that its currently accepting player registrations on the team's official website and you're an interested athlete, please visit www.dunedinpirates.com/registration and register to join the Dunedin Pirates for the 2019 season.