September 15, 2019

Road to Brazil will get tougher

Cayman Islands National Football team were facing a tough World Cup qualifying match last night with Technical Director Carl Brown admitting things were going to get much tougher. The home nation went down 1-0 away at Suriname making last night’s clash with El Salvador a must-win match. Coach Carl Brown said: “I believe the Suriname […]

Cayman Islands football team defeated by Suriname

Eight members of the Cayman under 23 football team stepped up to play for the national side in their World Cup qualifier against Suriname. But despite the gamble of playing the young guns, the brave eleven lost out 1-0 on their road to Brazil. The Cayman Islands National Football Team will now have to rethink […]

Reggae Boy on the look-out

Legendary Jamaican footballer Fitzroy Simpson knows a thing or two about soccer talent. After a successful stint in the English League with Manchester City, Swindon Town and Portsmouth, Simpson went on to represent the Reggae Boyz. He was also part of Charlton Athletic’s successful European Soccer School and played in the Spanish division. Now Fitzroy’s […]

Cayman kick off WC campaign

The Cayman Islands National Football team is now in Suriname, settling their nerves and reviewing their tactics ahead of their big match later today. The burdens of almost 60,000 football fans will be placed on their shoulders as they fight to qualify for the World Cup 2014 in Brazil. The crucial opening game of the […]

Stroke and Stride final sets Sunset alight

Marius Acker strode to victory for the third time at the final Ogier Stroke and Stride event at Sunset House. Well over a hundred competitors took part in the event, including His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Duncan Taylor. The third and final leg of the event saw the swimming distance increase, from 600m in the […]

Cayman Cricketers start with a bang

The Caymanian U-15 cricketers dismissed five Bahamian batsmen before they could make a single run on Day 2 of their four-match tour. The fourteen-man squad who participated in the Americas U-15 Central Division Championship, in Nassau Bahamas, are dominating the event. Their combined fierce batting and conservative bowling created a punishing antidote for the Bahamians. […]

WE ARE SAILING!

As part of the preparations for Race Cayman 2012, the Cayman Islands Sailing Club held a week long Optimist sailing clinic. Six of our local sailors were joined by three sailors from Jamaica. Head Coach Raph Harvey ran the clinic himself. He said: “It is vital that kids spend time on the water if they […]

Spectacular splash at Sunset

The climatic final part of the Ogier Stroke and Stride 2011 swim/run series had the crowd at Sunset House on the edge of their seats. The challenging conditions and 800m swim didn’t stop South African Marius Acker from gaining the top spot, even though Matthew Courtis left the water over a minute ahead, Acker crossed […]

BOXING CLEVER

These three boxers will be carrying some weight on their shoulders. Kendall Ebanks, Jesse Bodden and Dariel Ebanks will travel more than 7000 miles to represent Cayman in the AIBA World Boxing Championships. The trio are currently training for the fights of their lives which will be held next month in Baku, the capital city […]

Netball Association congratulates Molly

Cayman Islands Netball Association would like to congratulate the President of INFA (International Federation of Netball Association) of which CINA is a member. Mrs. Molly Rhone has been awarded the fourth highest honour in Jamaica, “The Order of Jamaica” for her contributions to the Sport of Netball locally and internationally. She has been with the […]