February 18, 2018

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 […]

‘Fall Ball’ starting soon

Fall Ball is part of year round action at Field of Dreams in George Town. Cayman Little League is continuing a drive to go back to their roots, putting together a ‘Fall Ball’ programme, with an emphasis on fun, instruction and teamwork. The programme remains free, with coaches and pick-up teams, but no uniforms. Already […]

Elite awards the footballing elite

Elite Sports Club of West Bay scored a major win with its 2011 Awards Banquet at the Sir John A Cumber Primary School. The club’s leading players and coaches were honored in the presence of numerous supporters. Coaches Tiger Wilson, Martha Godet, William Medina, Gregory Ebanks, and Marcus Cumber received acknowledgement for their contribution to […]

27th Annual Foster’s Food Fair 800M Sea Swim a resounding success

The 27th Annual Foster’s Food Fair 800M Sea Swim started promptly despite the dark skies, torrential rain and thunder and lightning that had covered most of the western end of Grand Cayman earlier in the day. Once again, as has happened in the past, the weather moved on and the Sea Swim went on as […]

Scholars start on right foot

The 2011/2012 Cayman Premier League got off to a good start for Scholars International Sports Club as they dominated Cayman Athletic Sports Club at the G. Haig Bodden field in Bodden Town. Speaking to Colin Rowe, Scholars International’s head coach, before the game, he said, “Scholars International has a few new imports this season, in […]

Shanice plays with a Samba beat

Football freestyler Shanice Monteith really turns heads when she gets a ball at her feet. For the teenager dazzles crowds with her amazing ball-skills that would put many professionals to shame. The art of freestyling may be more akin to the streets of Brazil where the skills of the beautiful game have been honed. But […]

Final frontier for touch rugby players

You’d be mistaken for thinking this was a science fiction convention. Star Trek characters mixing with the cast of Avatar. And don’t forget Star Wars and Spaceballs drinking together at the bar. But this was nothing to do with Sci-fi or a galaxy far, far away. It was the annual Touch Rugby Dinner – with […]

Calabash clobber Hammerheads

The Calabash Soldiers spared no ammunition while thrashing the Hammerhead Pirates at the Ed Bush Field. From the start of the game the “Soldiers” established their presence with deft passes and tactical plays, which would later prove to be their winning formula. The elusive techniques of star player, Glen Duran, were devastating to the Pirates’ […]

Message from Russia, with love

West Bay hopeful Kendall Ebanks is fighting light weight instead of light welterweight at the World Boxing Championships. The 22-year-old is currently training in Azerbaijan ahead of next month’s competition after he was hand-picked to take part in the exclusive camp. And after losing weight naturally he is now down to 132 lbs for the […]