O’Garro’s draws number 21 for Oklahoma

Caymanian Joshua O’Garro confirmed his jersey number for the University of Oklahoma college basketball team Sunday (18 October) evening via Instagram. O’Garro first gave his verbal commitment to play with the sooners back in August this year after closing his junior season at Santa Clarita High School, in California. His caption after posting the photosContinue reading “O’Garro’s draws number 21 for Oklahoma”

Results from the 3rd PwC tournament of 2020

The Cayman Islands tennis junior circuit returned to the tennis club courts this past weekend for the first time since March. The two day competition marked the third PwC Junior Circuit Grand Prix tournament for 2020. The tournament served off on Saturday (10 October) and concluded on Sunday (11 October) with 22 players participating inContinue reading “Results from the 3rd PwC tournament of 2020”

Cavan Gaels captures their second win

Cavan Gaels defeated Gabriels 4-10 to 4 points in the Cayman Islands Harneys Gaelic League Sunday (11 October) evening in what many considers a major upset. Cavan Gaels entered the game at the bottom of the league standings, losing 7 of their 8 games played. Gabriels on the other hand came into the match asContinue reading “Cavan Gaels captures their second win”

Good start for Elite in the women’s league

Elite SC finally hit the pitch Sunday (11 October) night after missing rounds 1 and 2 in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Women’s League. The 2019-2020 league winners’ return featured a 5-0 victory over Latinos, who has been on a humiliating losing streak. Previously, Elite was scheduled to play against Roma Fusion in roundContinue reading “Good start for Elite in the women’s league”

Rodriguez late goal secures three points

Latinos’ Raul Rodriguez scored a hero’s goal with just 15 minutes left against Bodden Town Sunday (11 October) night at the Ed Bush Stadium. Both teams came into the game undefeated; winning their first two games in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Premier League. For Bodden Town the game was an opportunity to getContinue reading “Rodriguez late goal secures three points”

LeBron James claims fourth NBA Finals MVP

 LeBron James has made it clear that his goal is to surpass Michael Jordan as the greatest player in basketball history. Sunday night, James took a step closer to doing so. James was named the 2020 NBA Finals MVP for leading the Los Angeles Lakers to their first championship in a decade and winning theContinue reading “LeBron James claims fourth NBA Finals MVP”

Swimmers turn out in numbers for the Fosters Sea Swim

Over 100 swimmers turned out for 36th annual Fosters Sea Swim Saturday (10 October) afternoon despite overcast weather, rough seas and murky waters. The family friendly event started with it’s traditional 800 metre swim at Governors Beach, with 84 swimmers entering the water, followed by the 12&Under 400 metres. Organiser Woody Foster who also competedContinue reading “Swimmers turn out in numbers for the Fosters Sea Swim”

Nowhere to play league basketball

All major sporting leagues in the Cayman Islands has resumed it’s competition besides one. The Cayman Islands Basketball Association (CIBA) league has yet to play a single game since March despite COVID-19 restrictions being eased. CIBA’s Technical Director Victor ‘Voot’ O’Garro told Cay 03 Sports that he and his team has been trying to getContinue reading “Nowhere to play league basketball”

Serena Williams opens up on bias treatment

Serena Williams recently opened up on being treated differently as a professional athlete for her skin colour. The tennis player, who recently featured on the cover of the British Vogue‘s November issue, spoke to the publication on a range of topics, from Black Lives Matter movement, body positivity, to female empowerment. She talked about how sheContinue reading “Serena Williams opens up on bias treatment”

Hurricane Delta leaves CIFA games on hiatus

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) President Alfredo Whittaker confirmed Tuesday (6 September) afternoon, that two league games have been postponed due to forecast. “The matches were scheduled to play this week; Tuesday, and Wednesday but because of the tropical storm and hurricane warning that we had, CIFA decided to postpone those games for nextContinue reading “Hurricane Delta leaves CIFA games on hiatus”