Museum makes plea for missing maritime trail signs

Cayman has lost some of its Maritime Heritage Trail signs.The signs, painted white and bordered in cobalt blue, sport the image of a schooner...

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.

Delaney boosts Mountains and Marathons charity effort

Shane Delaney, a member of the Mountains and Marathons team, recently returned from Barcelona, Spain, where he completed the Ironman in support of Have A Heart. Delaney finished the 70.3-mile challenge in a “very impressive” time of 12 hours, 24 minutes, a press release states.

Kudos for youth basketball league champions

Champions in the 14-and-under basketball leagues have earned congratulations from sponsor KPMG: St. Ignatius in the male category and John Gray High School Wahoo Academy in the female category. KPMG has sponsored the league for more than six years.


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