March 19, 2018

Surging Rays top Yankees, remain tied with Red Sox

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Rays are loose and raring to go, ready to work overtime — if necessary — to win the AL wild card. “Whatever it takes,” designated hitter Johnny Damon said. “It’s been a fun ride and hopefully it continues.” The Rays’ improbable bid for a third playoff berth […]

Kendall prepares as Dariel wins

West Bay boxer Kendall Ebanks gets into the ring on Saturday for the start of his gold medal journey. And after his gym mate Dariel Ebanks powered to victory in his opening fight, Kendall needs to keep the flag flying for Cayman. Light weight Kendall, 22, has completeD his advanced training ahead of the World […]

Messi looking for first Champions League win

With two hat tricks in his last three games, Lionel Messi looks primed to lead defending champion Barcelona to its first win of this Champions League campaign at BATE Borisov in Group H tonight. Messi has scored a Spanish league best eight goals this season, but his team will need to avoid repeating the defensive […]

Colts face more QB questions after another loss

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Peyton Manning is out, Kerry Collins is hurt and Curtis Painter isn’t sure if he’ll be starting next week. It’s just another messy day in Indianapolis. Less than 13 hours after a third straight loss, the Colts’ quarterback carousel spun wildly — team officials denied a report Manning was lost for the […]

White Sox agree to let Guillen out of contract

CHICAGO (AP) — Ozzie Guillen’s eight years as manager of the Chicago White Sox were never dull. His pre-game briefings were great theater. Opinions flew, so did four-letter words, brazen answers, often raucous laughter and interesting yarns. Guillen did OK on the field, too, leading the White Sox to the World Series championship in 2005, […]

Scholars International clashes with George Town

One of the most anticipated matches of the 2011/2012 Cayman Premier League season got on the way on Sunday at the G. Haig Bodden Playing Field in Bodden Town when Scholars International clashed with George Town. Colin Rowe of Scholars International stated that he is pleased with the (i) attitude of the players, (ii) the […]

Football’s finest honoured at Cayman Athletic awards

Cayman Athletic celebrate season success Sports accolades and proud smiles were the order of the day when the soccer kids of the Cayman Athletic Sports Club received their awards for the 2010/2011 Season, at the George Town Primary School hall. Paulette Conolly-Bailey, the club’s Media Officer, began the evening by thanking all those who had […]

Hellcats defeat Soldiers in semi-final

The West Bay Hellcats defeated the Calabash Soldiers 12-6, in a gruelling semi-final battle at Ed Bush Field. It took a nail biting, last minute overtime play to separate the two teams in the Island Air Flag Football League. The Soldiers failed to capitalise on a play awarded to them in extra time and saw […]

Fidelity 2011 series is off and running

The 2011 Fidelity Fun Run Series got off to a great start with 141 runners and walkers taking part, supplemented by a number of pram passengers and four-footed companions. The weather was fine, and there were a number of friendly competitive struggles within the ranks. Although several potentially high ranking individuals did not compete for […]

Woods to hire Dustin Johnson’s caddie

ATLANTA (AP) — Tiger Woods has hired Joe LaCava to be his third full-time caddie. LaCava decided to leave Dustin Johnson, one of the most talented young Americans, to go to work for the former world No. 1 who hasn’t won in the last two years. According to a story posted on Woods’ website Sunday […]