The burning question: cremation or burial

As burial spots in the Cayman Islands grow scarcer and government faces the daunting question of where to find more burial land, Caymanians are looking to cremation as an option.

345 FC B claim Boys Under 11 title

A football first occurred Saturday at the Annex field as league newcomers 345 FC B claimed the Cayman Islands Football Association Boys Under 11 title with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Future SC.

Cayman, Jamaica face off in hockey fest

The Cayman Hockey Club welcomed members of the St. Andrew and Munro hockey clubs from Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday for a busy day of field hockey.

Under 15 Boys National Team to compete in 2018 Invitational

The recently formed Cayman Islands Boys Under 15 National Football Team will be competing in the 2018 Cayman Airways Invitational Under 15 Youth Football Cup, scheduled for May 29 to June 2 at the Ed Bush Field in West Bay and the Cayman Brac Sports Field in Cayman Brac.


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