Caribbean poets honored on World Poetry Day in Cayman

New and seasoned poets gathered in Camana Bay Tuesday evening for a night of recital and cultural celebration in honor of World Poetry Day.

G20 ministers fail to agree on trade but maintain tax agenda

The new U.S. administration under President Donald Trump has made its mark by resisting a compromise on trade, the environment and the support of the developing countries at the meeting of the finance ministers of the world’s 20 largest economies in Germany.

Youngest-ever player wins Amateur Championship trophy

Thirteen-year-old Justin Hastings won the Men’s title, Orapin “Nitti” Howe won the Ladies event, and Super-Senior Braden Howe and Senior Scott Kapuscinski defended their 2016 titles at the 25th National Amateur Championships in Grand Cayman on March 18 and 19.

Local youths get Ultimate Football Experience

36 up-and-coming footballers between the ages of 13 and 16 had their skills put to the test at the Flow Ultimate Football Experience, a competition put together by Flow and Manchester United and supported by the Caribbean Football Union.

Corporate volleyball league heats up

This is a wrap-up from week three of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League on March 15.

Team named for 2017 Caribbean junior golf championships

The Cayman Islands Golf Association has announced the team that will represent the Cayman Islands at the 2017 Caribbean Amateur Junior Golf Championships hosted by Trinidad from July 4-7.

More than 1,500 turn out for St. Paddy’s Day jog

More than 1,500 participants turned out for Butterfield’s 25th Annual St. Patrick’s Day 5K Irish Jog on Friday. Beth Florek was the first female to cross the finish line and Ali King took first place for males in the 3.1 mile race.

‘We were really good. End of story’: West Indies legends recall glory days

Anyone looking for a complex answer to the secrets behind one of the greatest sports teams of all time will not find it from former West Indies opening batsmen Desmond Haynes. “The opposition turned up expecting to get beat and we never liked to disappoint them.”


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