Cayman has quite a few domino teams and some have
their focus squarely on the community.
One of them is Kelly’s All Stars domino team, which
is determined to make a positive difference in its base district of West Bay.
Team members recently put their hearts and hands together to do some hard
labour to assist the community.
On 13 March the team did its first official clean-up
effort for the year. Using the same winning attitude that served them well in dominos,
they cleaned up the shrubs and surrounding yard of the Golden Age Home.
Edrick Vernon, the team’s young public relations representative,
is quick to state that through the clean-up the team is imitating the way it
used to be in Cayman years ago where everybody looked out for each other.
“In these hard times especially it is very important
that we remember to help out our neighbor,” Vernon said. “In a neighborly spirit all 32
members of the team turned out for this important mission.”
The clean-up is the first of many planned community
events. Team members are aiming to perform a community activity every month.
One of the places the group hopes to assist is the Sunrise Centre.
Any suggestions for possible avenues in community
service in West Bay
should be communicated to Vernon
Kelly’s All Stars has quietly been on the local
dominos scene. The squad has held its own in a professional manner in encounters
with just about every team on Grand Cayman in recent
The side has aimed to play domino matches every
week. Among its recent competitors was the Buttonwood team and a police select
Last weekend the team took Cayman Brac by storm and had
a throng of fans join them as they battled the Cayman Brac Domino team at Coral