Police were chasing car that crashed, burst into flames

A car involved in a two-car collision on early Saturday was being chased by police after failing to stop at a traffic checkpoint, police said. The crash, which left five people injured, including two who were hospitalized, resulted in one of the vehicles bursting into flames.

Cayman rises 13 spots in Global Financial Centre Index

The Cayman Islands has risen 13 spots in the latest Global Financial Centres Index, released this month. Cayman ranks 28th, ahead of Bermuda and the British Virgin Islands in 35th and 36th position, respectively.

Island Heritage Predators, HSM Vipers win championship

The FLOW 2016 Cayman Islands Flag Football Premier League ended the season on Saturday at Ed Bush playfield, with HSM Vipers taking the women’s crown and Island Heritage Predators winning the men’s league. The first game of the day was between HSM Vipers and Maples Lynx.

Primary Football League Opening Rally set for this weekend

The 2016/2017 CUC Primary Football League Opening Rally is set for this Saturday, Oct. 1. The matches kick off at 9 a.m. at the traditional home of local football, the T.E. McField Sports Field (known as the Annex Field) in George Town.

CUC sea swim scheduled for October

The annual CUC 800 meters open water swim will be held on Saturday, Oct. 8. Staged by the Cayman Islands Amateur Swimming Association and sponsored by CUC, the event also includes a 400m swim for youngsters ages 12 and under.

Ironwood to continue Arnold Palmer legacy

The developers of the Ironwood golf course in Grand Cayman hope to make the resort a final tribute to Arnold Palmer, the course’s designer and a legend of the sport, who died this week at the age of 87.

Prospect Primary wins first Girls’ Opening Rally title

The female players from Prospect Primary ‘A’ created their own piece of history Saturday at the Annex Field as they won the inaugural 2016/2017 CUC Girls’ Primary Football League Opening Rally.

RBC golf tournament raises more than $50,000 for Red Cross

RBC Royal Bank’s latest golf tournament raised more than $50,000 for the Cayman Islands Red Cross.


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