Injured Brac owl undergoing treatment

Things are looking up for an injured owl making a recovery at a local veterinary practice.

Death of Cup Final hero

To the football world Sammy Smyth was a hero of a bygone era and the scorer of one of the greatest goals ever seen at England’s famous Wembley stadium. To Cayman Islands realtor Sheena Conolly, he was just her “poppy.”

KRyS Global Halloween races on Sunday

The KRyS Global 30K, Halloween 10-10-10 Relay and the Fun 5K all take place in East End, Grand Cayman, on Sunday, Oct. 30, starting and finishing at Morritt’s Tortuga Resort.

Swimmers make a splash at Camana Bay

More than 140 swimmers took part in the Camana Bay Aquatic Club’s annual Fall Kick-Off...

Primary Football League: Sir John A. Cumber edges out Truth For Youth

The Sir John A. Cumber Primary Under-11 boys made it three wins out of three with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Truth For Youth School during the third round of the CUC Primary Football League regular season on Oct. 22 at the West Bay Town Hall field.

Cayman Triathlon celebrates 20 years

The Cayman Islands Triathlon celebrates its 20th anniversary with this year’s race scheduled for 6:45 a.m., Sunday, Nov. 6, from Public Beach.

Netball Association raises money for minibus

The Cayman Islands Netball Association recently held a raffle to raise money for a minibus to help transport school girls to and from practices and games. After the $15,000 in prizes were distributed, the association had $10,000 to put toward the minibus, organizers said.


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