Two major wins for Latinos in a row

Latinos FC defeated Bodden Town FC Sunday (13 September) night to win the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) Charity Shield. It marked the second major win for the spanish team after defeating Scholars in the President’s Cup finals in August. “We prepared for this finals and it wasn’t an easy game,” said Latinos’ Chairman SauloContinue reading “Two major wins for Latinos in a row”

3rd annual BK Big Fish reels in

After two days of deep sea fishing for the BK Big Fish tournament, anglers reeled in and registered over 900 pounds of fish at the Grand Harbour docks. 322 anglers were divided into 68 teams, all sharing the same goal of catching the biggest Tuna, Dolphin (Mahi) or Wahoo. Paul Lyn from team Sweet addictionContinue reading “3rd annual BK Big Fish reels in”

2020 Little League season wraps up

The Cayman Islands Little League 2020 season finally came to a halt Saturday (5 September) night after nearly 2 weeks of play-offs throughout various divisions. Scotiabank took the Girls Softball crown while Yello won the Pony Division title. Logic won the Double A division and the Triple A division went to Vigoro. In the Co-EdContinue reading “2020 Little League season wraps up”

BK Big Fish tournament back on

Fishermen will gear-up their boats this weekend for the third annual BK Big Fish tournament. The tournament was originally slated to commence on March 7th but was called off due to unfavourable weather. It was then rescheduled for the following weekend but got postponed until further notice after government’s COVID-19 restrictions came into effect. “AfterContinue reading “BK Big Fish tournament back on”

Cayman World Cup qualifying games postponed to 2021

Due to concerns over COVID-19, the Cayman Islands qualifying matches for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has been postponed. Concacaf issued a press release Tuesday (8 September) evening stating the following; Concacaf has held recent discussions with its member associations, FIFA and other stakeholders as the confederation continues to plan for the resumption ofContinue reading “Cayman World Cup qualifying games postponed to 2021”

Bakertilly reigns through another season

Bakertilly captured the 2020 corporate squash league trophy after defeating Phoenix in the finals Thursday (3 September) night at the South Sound Squash Club (SSSC). It marked the second season in a row the team finished as league champions. According to SSSC Manager Marlene West, one of Phoenix’s B players was out injured for theirContinue reading “Bakertilly reigns through another season”

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”