ALL SPORTS NEWS
The All Stars U-14 netballers landed another victory with a hard fought 20-16 win over the Sky Angels.
US Open champion Sloane Stephens is hoping a trip to the Cayman Islands for the Legends Tennis tournament this weekend will help her rediscover her magic touch.
The 2018 Cayman Islands Football Association youth leagues kicked off Saturday with exhilarating play from all participating clubs. Scores were high in certain matches but that did not detract from the overall positive play on the field.
Cayman Riding School owner and riding instructor Tracey Surrey and her senior riding instructor Elizabeth Jarvis both competed in a new “online dressage” competition recently launched in the U.K. by British Dressage.
Junior golfers completed round three of six in the KPMG Junior Golf Series on Jan. 28.
Cayman’s best swimmers were honored late last month at the annual Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association Awards gala brunch at The Grand Old House.
Three male gymnasts traveled to Chicago for the Windy City Invitational, Jan. 18-21, competing against thousands of gymnasts from across the U.S.
The Cayman Islands Netball Association is inviting netball players of all abilities, or anyone who is interested in playing netball to “Turn up and play,” Mondays starting Feb. 5, from 6:30-8 p.m.
On Sunday at the Equestrian Center in George Town, the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation held the second leg of its four-part National Jumping Series.
Two of Caymans’ top amateur golfers Payten Wight and Justin Hastings traveled around 4,000 miles to Santiago Chile to play in the 4th Latin American Amateur Championship on Jan. 20-23.