Total Soccer Cayman’s Under-11 team recently returned from a tour of England,where the club took three wins from five matches and faced some of the PremierLeague’s best academy teams. Total Soccer beat academy teams from Wolverhampton, Nottingham Forest andEverton while being edged by Liverpool and Arsenal during a trip that also featured atour of Anfield.Continue reading “Total Soccer Cayman U11s hold their own against Premier League academies”
National football player Mason Duval contributed to his school, Elon University, earning their first Colonial Athletic Association regular season title after a 0-0 draw against the Seahawks on Saturday (29 October) at UNCW Soccer Stadium. “Unbelievably proud of the group,” Marc Reeves, Elon head coach stated on the school’s website. “I think (winning the regularContinue reading “Cayman’s footballer Mason Duval wins CAA Championship”
The Cayman Islands leg of the NORCECA Under 23 Beach Volleyball Tour was officially opened today by Hon. Bernie Bush, Minister for Youth, Sports, Culture & Heritage, Cayman Islands Government and Mushtaque Mohammed, Vice President of the NORCECA Volleyball Confederation. The Under 23 Tournament is being hosted by the Cayman Islands for the first timeContinue reading “Sports minister opens U23 NORCECA tournament”
The first day of the inaugural NORCECA Under-23 Beach Volleyball Tour served off on Saturday (October 29) at the Seven Mile Public Beach, with six countries competing, including Cayman Islands, who entered four teams.
The Ministry of Youth, Sports, Culture & Heritage is pleased to announce the appointment of a young Caymanian as Assistant Director of Sports – Programmes. Ms Emily Kelly’s duties involve overseeing the department’s 20 coaches and sports coordinators to support them in delivering community programmes, camps, workshops, recreational leagues and events, along with school coachingContinue reading “Young Caymanian lands senior department of sports job”
The Butterfield Bermuda Championship has awarded one of its 2022 sponsor exemptions to Grand Cayman’s 19-year-old Aaron David Jarvis. Aaron’s debut in Bermuda makes his third PGA TOUR start, and first outside of a major championship (MC/2022 Masters Tournament, T76/2022 The Open Championship). Jarvis became the first Caymanian to compete in the Masters Tournament afterContinue reading “Aaron Jarvis granted sponsors exemption into the Butterfield Bermuda Championships”
The domestic sea swim season opened on Saturday (15 Oct.) with Thomas Ferguson edging defending winner Will Sellars to take first in the 38th -annual Foster’s 800-metre Sea Swim. “It’s a really significant event,” Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association Events Director Martin Trott said. “It normally kicks off our open water swim season for theContinue reading “Ferguson wins season-opening Foster’s 800 sea swim”
“This was a fun, family event that everyone enjoyed”, said Jim Fraser, father of Shaune and Brett Fraser – Cayman’s Olympic swimmers who took part in all CIASA’s open water swims when they were age group swimmers, but are now best known for their exploits in the pool rather than open water. And to proveContinue reading “Fraser Properties open water relay makes a splash”