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In a battle of the top two teams in the A Division of the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation 4s beach playoffs, Big Blocks took the best-of-three series against Calm Yo Tips on Sunday at Seven Mile Public Beach.
Catalyst captured the corporate volleyball beach league, finishing an undefeated run in taking the finals on Sunday, 22 Aug., at Seven Mile Public Beach.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation corporate beach league will be holding its finals on Sunday, 22 Aug. starting at 1pm at Seven Mile Public Beach.
Volleyball players from the Youth National Development programme traded in their sneakers and kneepads for swimwear and sunglasses Saturday to compete in the Prince & Princess of the Beach.
The Corona Beach Volleyball League served up its first set of matches at Seven Mile Public Beach over the weekend. In the A division,...
A pair of Cayman teams participated in last week’s Dig the Beach volleyball tournament in Pompano Beach, Florida, and they came away with confirmation that their game has improved.
International beach volleyball action returns to Seven Mile Public Beach this weekend when players take to the nets at the NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tournament.
The NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tournament will be held on Seven Mile Beach in Grand Cayman again this year.
After the Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball Summer Series finals last week, Sand Monsters won in Division A and Gold Diggers won in Division B.
In the beginner’s division finals at the Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball Summer Series, which started last weekend, team Dat Ace Hole defeated New Kids on the Block 21-17. These teams will join the intermediate division at the next matches.
Three days of action-packed volleyball wound to a close Sunday at Seven Mile Beach as Cuba swept both brackets of the ninth NORCECA tournament to be held in the Cayman Islands.
Beach volleyball took on a starring role in Cayman over the weekend with the NORCECA tournament at Seven Mile Beach, spotlighting a sport that has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence in the United States over the past decade.
Beach volleyball fans are eagerly awaiting the NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tour, scheduled for Friday to Sunday at Public Beach next to Calico Jack’s.
Just Da Tip won the B Division championship, That Ace Though won the C Division, and Balls in Yo Face won the A Division in the Sunday Beach Volleyball League. Here is a recap of the finals last weekend.
After week 5 in the Sunday Beach Volleyball League, Just Da Tip – having won the B Division for the past two weeks – was looking to defend their title for the third week in a row.
Grand Cayman will once again be a host country for the 2017 NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tour. The tournament, which attracts elite athletes from more than 16 countries, will take place at Seven Mile Public Beach from April 21-23.
As February came to a close, the Sunday beach volleyball teams prepared themselves for the final week of competition before the finals. In Division A, Balls in Yo Face and Friends Circle had a new competitor, Just Da Tip, who joined the matches. The three teams played each other in single sets to 21 points.
Local volleyball enthusiasts continued their quest to win the full series, with the third match-ups last weekend on Seven Mile Public Beach. In the A Division, Balls in Yo Face and Friends Circle faced off to determine the winner in another series of best-of-five matches.
Beach Volleyball action kicked off Sunday at the Public Beach on Seven Mile Beach and will run for the next six weeks as a precursor to the Norceca Beach Volleyball Tour event in Cayman in April, organizers said.
Cayman-born Marissa Harrison and her beach volleyball partner Charlie Ekstrom battled a field of 110 teams in the under-16 division of the United States Beach Volleyball National Championships July 11 to 13 in Hermosa Beach, California.
Volleyball enthusiasts can look forward to a weekend of stellar performances, with aces, bumps, blocks and digs galore as the NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tournament returns to the sandy beaches of Cayman.