Cayman filmmakers to shoot in Cuba

Cayman Islands filmmaker Badir Awe is traveling to Cuba to work on his latest project, a $70,000 short movie named “Luna’s Ring.”

Caymanian teenager attending top tennis academy in Florida

Seventeen-year-old Jade Wilkinson has accepted a partial scholarship to IMG in Florida, one of the world’s top tennis academies. Jade, Cayman’s top female junior tennis player, started her new life of intensive training at the Florida sports academy early last month.

Volleyball development comes to the Brac

On Saturday, Feb. 3, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held two volleyball clinics at the Layman E. Scott High School. The players were taken through volleyball basics by the team from the federation.

Football club receives donated van

Excel Sports Management Ltd recently donated a 10-person van to Future SC to help with transporting players to training and games.


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