Bakertilly still on top in Corporate Squash League

Bakertilly took the top position coming out of week three and remained there despite losing their week four game against PWC in The Bakertilly Corporate Squash League Thursday (20 August) night. PWC proved they were no walk in the park, after winning 117-109 against heavy favourites Bakertilly. The underdogs came out swinging throughout all theContinue reading “Bakertilly still on top in Corporate Squash League”

Flag football shaping up post covid restrictions

The Cayman Islands Flag Football Association officially welcomed back its players to the field, resuming the 2020 Burger King Coed Flag Football Season after it took a pause in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The action kicked off on Friday (14 August) at the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay. Here are the resultsContinue reading “Flag football shaping up post covid restrictions”

Cayman plays Suriname first in the World Cup Qualifiers

The Cayman Islands hopes of participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup starts this October in the opening round of the Concacaf qualifiers. Concacaf held its preliminary draw today (19 August) and announced that Cayman will play in Group B against favourites Canada, along with Bermuda, Aruba and Suriname in the opening round. Each teamContinue reading “Cayman plays Suriname first in the World Cup Qualifiers”

Bodden Town FC crowned league champions

Bodden Town Football Club left the Annex (17 August) Sunday night as the 2019-2020 Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Men’s League champions after beating East End 3-0. The Bodden Towners got off to a slow start, finishing the first half nil-all. However, in the second half Bodden Town’s Dexter Monroe found the back of theContinue reading “Bodden Town FC crowned league champions”

North Side bad run continues through Roma United

The final matches in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) League kicked off Saturday night (15 August) at the Annex, with Roma United handing North Side their twelfth consecutive loss. It was the first official match in the men’s league since the government implemented COVID-19 restrictions back in March. Roma’s Keneil Hillock opened the scoringContinue reading “North Side bad run continues through Roma United”

CIFA offering free referee certification

The opportunity to become a Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) referee has come. The CIFA Referees Department is offering free certificate online courses next month (September) for members of the public and current match officials. “Referees perform a vital role in the global sport of football, ensuring safety, fairness, equality and enjoyment,” stated in aContinue reading “CIFA offering free referee certification”

Athletes cruise through the North Sound for memorial swim

Swimmer Raya Embury-Brown honoured her late father Emmanuel Brown this pass Saturday (August 8th), swimming 6 miles across the North Sound with her four teammates from Sting Swim Club (SSC). Embury-Brown, Jake Bailey, Elana Sinclair Alex Dakers and Kyra Rabess started their three hour swim from Starfish Point with preferable currents taking them to theContinue reading “Athletes cruise through the North Sound for memorial swim”

Football coach dead following early morning collision

Co-founder and former head coach for Tigers Football Club Gonzalo McLaughlin has passed away following an early morning collision in Bodden Town. According to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) just after 4:30AM Saturday morning (August 8th), emergency personnel responded to a report of a single vehicle collision involving a white Subaru Sunbar inContinue reading “Football coach dead following early morning collision”

Caymanian basketball player commits to Oklahoma

Earlier this week Joshua O’Garro verbally committed to play basketball at the University of Oklahoma.  With that commitment, O’Garro is on route to making history in becoming the first Caymanian to ever play basketball at the NCAA Division I level in the Big 12 Conference. O’Garro posted a photo of him wearing a Sooners jerseyContinue reading “Caymanian basketball player commits to Oklahoma”

Walton leaves a firm message for the Cayman Islands Athletic Association

Caymanian sprinter Jamal Walton made it clear that he is unhappy with the controversy surrounding the Cayman Islands Athletic Association (CIAA). “I’m speechless really,” said Walton via a WhatsApp message. Last month the CIAA issued a press release claiming the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association sanctioned a banned on competition for Cayman’sContinue reading “Walton leaves a firm message for the Cayman Islands Athletic Association”