John Gray holds open house

Leah Robinson, head girl at John Gray High School, had an idea for sharing her school experience with everyone on Cayman. When the opportunity arose, she grabbed it.

Swimmers dive into Earth Day cleanup

Forty-five Stingray Swim Club members, friends and family rolled out of bed early Saturday, not for morning training, but for this year’s Earth Day cleanup.

Senior golfer proves age is no barrier

Golf is unique in the world of sport in that it has no boundaries in terms of gender or age. Cayman’s courses regularly see golfers ranging from 6 years of age to those over 80, teeing it up and enjoying a healthy outdoor activity.

Strong play at Cayman Junior National Squash Championships

Last weekend saw the Cayman Islands National Squash Association in partnership with Scotts Equipment host the 2018 Scotts Equipment Cayman National Junior Squash Championships.


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