Saudi fraud trial ends this week after a year in Cayman...

After more than a year of evidence, the biggest trial in Cayman Islands history, a multibillion-dollar fraud case investigating the collapse of a Saudi business empire, is expected to come to an end this week.

Jamaica tops Cayman U-19 Men’s rugby team

In the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Men’s U-19s match against Jamaica on Tuesday at Vizcaya Park in Miramar, Florida, Cayman put pressure on their opponents but did not come away with a win.

Lynx tame Wolverines in Cayman flag football

The women’s teams Red Stripe Wolverines and Greenhouse Lynx faced off at the Annex field last Saturday in week four of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League season. 

Hornets’ Cody Zeller to lead Camana Bay basketball camp

Registration is now open for Camana Bay’s basketball camp, which runs from July 24-28. This year campers will receive instruction – and inspiration - from Cody Zeller, a 7-foot center for the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets.


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