Coaches speak on Cayman’s track-and-field sanction

Officials have remained quiet over the last month, providing no update on the sanction over the Cayman Islands track and field circuit. Coaches have now joined the public in asking the one question that no one seems to have the answer for. Who is responsible for the situation? “It’s not quite clear-cut to me whatContinue reading “Coaches speak on Cayman’s track-and-field sanction”

All Stars A scores high against Sky Angels

Expectations were exceeded by All Stars A Thursday (3rd September) evening after they defeated Sky Angels by 48 points. All Stars A, a team stacked with national players dominated the game from the beginning, closing the first quarter 19-4. The youngsters on Sky Angels tried to rally throughout the three remaining quarters but their effortsContinue reading “All Stars A scores high against Sky Angels”

Dolphin Discovery pulls off the upset against Deloitte

Dolphin Discovery defeated Deloitte 20-14 in The Burger King CoEd League Monday (31st August) night at the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay. League leaders Deloitte’s were highly favoured heading into the match, having won all their previous games, while Dolphin Discovery came in on a 2-game losing streak. Despite having no substitutes, Dolphin DiscoveryContinue reading “Dolphin Discovery pulls off the upset against Deloitte”

Division I universities to sign a pair of Cayman golfers

Both Aaron Jarvis, 17, and Justin Hastings, 16, has committed to play university golf at the highest level in the United States for the 2021/2022 school year. Jarvis will be looking to attend the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, while Hastings will clock in at San Diego State University (SDSU). Both universities are apartContinue reading “Division I universities to sign a pair of Cayman golfers”

Albany Tennis Academy enrolls Bjuroe

16-year-old Oskar Bjuroe will be heading to the Bahamas to strengthen his skills at the Albany Tennis Academy. “Albany have offered me a generous scholarship and without that I would not be attending,” said Bjuroe. “I am extremely grateful and cannot wait to get there and start training.” It came after the young tennis prospectContinue reading “Albany Tennis Academy enrolls Bjuroe”

Cayman continues it’s World Cup preparation despite covid uncertainties

The Cayman Islands national men’s football team is merely a month away from it’s scheduled World Cup qualifying opener against Suriname. However, in a recent interview with Cayman Compass, Cayman Islands Football Association president Alfredo Whittaker indicated the games will be postponed. “It’s…very unlikely that those games will be played in those initial dates,” saidContinue reading “Cayman continues it’s World Cup preparation despite covid uncertainties”

Cayman Cricket returning this September

Action in the Cayman Islands cricket circuit resumes at the Jimmy Powell Oval on September 13th, after a near six month layoff due to COVID-19. The games will feature 4 drafted teams from a pool of over 60 players. “I expect the competition to be highly entertaining and competitive,” said organizer Ricardo Roach. We haveContinue reading “Cayman Cricket returning this September”

Scholars’ scores late to win the Women President’s Cup

Both women and men teams under Scholars International Sports Club competed in the finals of the Cayman Islands Football Association President’s Cup but it was the women team that prevailed with a win for the Scholars brand. Going into the match, Scholars were counted out but remained unfazed by the predictions and defeated Elite 2-1Continue reading “Scholars’ scores late to win the Women President’s Cup”

Latinos win first domestic cup since 2007

Latinos Football Club etch their names in the history books Sunday (23 August) night, after defeating Scholars International to win the Cayman Islands Football Association President’s Cup for the first time ever. It was the first domestic trophy lifted by the spanish team since 2007 when they won the FA Cup. “Thank you God,” saidContinue reading “Latinos win first domestic cup since 2007”

Sporting camps round-up

Sporting summer camps around the island have finished up as students get set for school next week. From football to rugby and boxing self-defense camps; many kids will be leaving this summer with a few new skills in their arsenal. Football FC International were amoung many local organizations holding camps this year. Camp Technical DirectorContinue reading “Sporting camps round-up”