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Primary Football League finals set for this weekend

The 2018 CUC Primary Football League and CUC Girls’ Primary Football League semifinals concluded Saturday at the Annex Field in the Under 9 and Under 11 Champions and Consolation Cups.
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Record number of runners turn out for 2018 marathon

A record 1,350 runners participated in the marathon, half-marathon, and relay this year at the Cayman Islands Intertrust Marathon.

‘Cayman vs. The World’ tennis match set for Saturday

Two top local tennis players will take on world-acclaimed professionals this Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club in an event dubbed as “Cayman vs. The World.”

Boxing gym gets an upgrade

Boxing in the Cayman Islands has received a boost with a series of upgrades to the Cayman Islands Boxing Association’s national training facility.

Brac tennis program gets renewed support from Walkers

Children’s tennis on Cayman Brac has gained a boost with law firm Walkers committing to continue providing funding for the Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands’ Sister Islands’ children’s tennis program.

Volleyball thrills at National League Finals

The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held its National League Volleyball Finals last weekend at the First Baptist Church Hall, where the fans in attendance were treated to three hotly contested matches.

U-19 Girls rugby second round

The All Diamonds and Lady Iguanas competed in this season’s second round of fixtures Saturday, with some new players making their competitive debuts and both teams aiming to implement new tactics and patterns of play.

Marathon road closures

Several roads and junctions will be closed along the route of Sunday’s Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, police advise.

John Gray swimmers head to Jamaica

Thirteen swimmers from John Gray High School left Wednesday to compete in Jamaica’s Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association’s High School and Tertiary Institutions Swimming Championships, which takes place Friday.

Coach selected to officiate at Special Olympics World Games

Special Olympics Cayman Islands bocce coach Nicole Thompson has been selected to officiate at the Special Olympics World Games being held in Abu Dhabi next March.
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