January 27, 2020

Sunset Ladies sitting pretty at the top

Women’s football in the Cayman Islands is on the up, the level of play in the domestic league is definitely moving in the right direction and the Cayman Islands Women’s National Programme is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Caribbean. This Saturday saw two very entertaining match ups as Future took on […]

Cayman Rugby readies for early season!

As the local Rugby 7’s season draws to a close the Cayman Rugby Union is gearing up for it’s premier XV’s season. Over every weekend in the Maples 7’s series ticked away and although the final weekend was postponed due to the pitch being unplayable as a result of the recent torrential downpours the Maples […]

UK lawmakers demand Dow’s Olympic deal is ditched

LONDON (AP) — British opposition lawmakers are demanding that London 2012 Olympics organizers scrap a deal for Dow Chemical Co. to fund an artistic centerpiece of the games over concerns about the company’s links to the deadly 1984 toxic gas leak in Bhopal, India. Labour Party legislator Barry Gardiner confirmed Thursday that members of the […]

Cuba shines at Pan Am Games

Cuba overwhelmed other Caribbean entrants in athletics at the 2011 Pan Am Games, earning a total of 33 medals,including 18 golds, while setting four meet records. Jon Rankin achieved the best result for the Cayman Islands competitors with a fourth-place performance in the men’s 1500 metre run,as his time of 3:54.79 was just three-fourths of […]

Sebastian is living the dream

He may only be a little under five foot tall but this 13 year old has a really big future ahead of him. Sebastian Martinez has just signed an 18-month contract with Swindon Town in the United Kingdom. After completing a successful six week trial at The County Ground, Sebastian signed on the dotted line. […]

Scholars and Elite continue to roll

Elite Sports Club continues to keep pace with current leaders Scholars International in this year’s Cayman Premier League. The new look Scholars team has been very impressive so far as they remain undefeated and top of the Cayman Premier League 3 points above Elite SC who remain in second place after beating Tigers FC 4:1 […]

Youth Sailing Championship hailed a success

Youth sailors converged on the North Sound to compete in the 2011 Scotiabank Youth National Sailing Championship. The annual National Sailing Championship is one of the most anticipated sailing regattas on the Cayman Islands Sailing Club’s calendar, and once again this year the regatta lived up to its reputation. There were four different classes: Laser […]

Bruising battle for Jamaica’s boxers

Jamaica’s Bruising Gym came to the Cayman Islands for a 10-bout contest – and left sporting plenty of bruises after a crushing defeat at the hands of the hosts. Fighters from the D. Dalmain Ebanks Boxing Gym entertained a packed crowd which included Minister of Sport Mark Scotland. It also meant a return to the […]

Boxing above her weight

Tracey Seymour shadow boxes in preparation for an exhibition fight against Sasha Gayle, an opponent of a higher weight class, at the D. Dalmain Boxing Gym on Saturday. “I’m in more than good shape,” said Ms Seymour, who has been training hard under the watchful eye of coach Stormin’ Norman Wilson. Ms Seymour will be […]

The Umpires strike back

The Cayman Islands Cricket Association, together with the Cayman Islands Cricket Umpires Association held a Cricket Seminar and Umpires Workshop at the John Gray High School Hall. The workshop was hosted by Billy Doctrove an International Cricket Council’s Elite Umpire, who had flown all the way from Dominica. The audience had come to hear Mr. […]