Public bus slams into wall with two passengers on board

A Public transport bus traveling west from Bodden Town with two passengers on board crashed into a wall on Shamrock Road early Wednesday morning. Police Emergency Services and officers from the Public Transport Unit were on scene assessing the accident which occurred in the vicinity of 2227 Shamrock Road in Savannah.
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Cayman rugby team to compete in Colorado

The Borrelli Walsh Cayman Rugby 7s Team will travel to Glendale, Colorado, this weekend to take part in the Rugbytown 7s tournament.

Cayman equestrian team named Reserve Champions in Georgia

The Cayman Islands equestrian team of Chloe Fowler and Ashley van den Bol brought home Reserve Champion trophies after a tie-breaker with Bermuda at the recent Caribbean Junior Jumping Competition sponsored by the Pan American Equestrian Confederation.

Cayman U-15 boys finish CONCACAF tournament undefeated

The Cayman Islands Under 15 Boys’ National Football finished undefeated in the 2017 CONCACAF Under-15 Boys Championships with a 2-0 shutout of Antigua and Barbuda on Friday at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.


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