Turnout lower than 2013 election

A new electoral system did not seem to deter people from coming out to vote in the Cayman Islands General Election.

Finance lawyer Julian Black remembered

Friends, family and colleagues have paid tribute to local finance lawyer Julian Black, who died earlier this month at the age of 48. Mr. Black a former partner at both Walkers and Appleby and more recently the group director of Estera Trust, was hailed as one of the island’s finest advocates.

Cayman Hockey Club welcomes Jamaican teams

The Cayman Hockey Club welcomed members of the St. Andrew and Munro hockey clubs from Jamaica for a day of field hockey at the Camana Bay International School field last Saturday.

Bounty Hunters win Sunday Football League final

The Sunday Football League came to a close for another season in dramatic fashion last weekend when the Cayman Physiotherapy Cup Final was decided on penalty kicks after Bounty Hunters and Harry’s FC were tied at regulation time,
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Local duathlon set for June 4

The 2017 McGrath Tonner Duathlon will take place Sunday, June 4, at 7 a.m. from the Cayman Islands Yacht Club. The race has three legs – a 2 mile run followed by a 12-mile bike ride, and then another 2-mile run. Athletes can take part as an individual or as part of a two- or three-person team.
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Prizes on offer at track and field meet

Athletes participating in the Invictus Reggae Classic Track and Field Meet on June 9 and 10 at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex will have the opportunity to win a 50-inch flat-screen TV for their primary or high school.
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Corporate touch rugby starts next month

A record-breaking 36 teams, including some 400 players, have signed up so far for the Tradeview Markets Corporate Touch Rugby League in Cayman, which starts in June and ends with the grand finals on Saturday, Sept. 9, organizers said in a press release.

Flow 800m Sea Swim draws 113 competitors

Under perfect conditions, the annual Flow 800m Sea Swim took place on May 13 with 113 swimmers on the loop course from Governors Beach, a press release states. Overall winners finished within three seconds of each other, providing an exciting finish for the crowds. John Bodden was first in 10:47, followed by Rory Barrett in 10:49 and Zachary Moore in 10:50.

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