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The 2015 TSCL Youth Flag Football League will have some exciting matches this weekend, as it’s the final week of the regular season.
The TSCL Youth Flag Football League pitched the champions Popeye Saints against Dart Dolphins in an exciting rematch on Saturday.
Cayman students are more aware of the potential and abilities of people with disabilities after hearing from paralympian athletes participating in Stay-Focused's third annual Push Across Cayman.
Some of America’s most accomplished wheelchair athletes are competing in the 55-mile Push Across Cayman event this weekend.
The 2015 TSCL Youth Flag Football league is well under way and two weeks into the season new rivalries have been formed and old ones renewed.
The Cayman Islands High School Track & Field Championships are always keenly contested, and the staging of the seventh annual three-day event last week had another close finish.
Sunset Football Club’s women’s team dominates the female game locally and they need not worry about whether the next generation will maintain their grip on trophies because girls barely out of their nappies are being groomed for the future.
Defending Under-9 and Under-11 league champions Cayman Prep hope to be double champs again this weekend.
The CUC Primary Football League playoffs reach the semifinal stage this weekend.
The Gaelic football season is about to start, and as a warm-up, a mixed 9s tournament at the Cayman International School field in Camana Bay was held on Saturday.
The third round of the CUC Primary Football League playoffs concluded on Saturday with a number of schools securing their place in the semifinals.
The second round of the CUC Primary Football League playoffs concluded on Saturday with a number of extremely exciting games.
Cayman Prep and High School are the inaugural holders of the Murray Westerborg Championship Trophy.
The first round of the 2014/15 CUC Primary Football League playoffs concluded with eight games in the Under-9 and U-11 Champions Cups at the TE McField Annex on Saturday.
Camana Bay has released the first figures on how much its solar array is saving the development in electricity costs.
The girls from Sir John A. Cumber Primary secured a place in the CUC Girls’ Primary Football League semifinals and in the CUC Primary Football League, the boys Under-9 and U-11 teams secured their place in the Champions Cup playoffs following wins over Cayman International School.
Sir John A. Cumber Primary and George Town Primary renewed their traditional rivalry in the CUC Primary Football League and Girls’ Primary Football League over the weekend.
The Family Resource Center hopes to highlight men through football.
Local gymnastics earned valuable insight at an American camp.
The CUC Primary Football League resumed after the mid-term break on Saturday and there was thrilling Group B Under-11 action between Bodden Town Primary and Red Bay at the Bodden Town Primary School Field.
Two ministries in the Cayman Islands government paid $25,000 each for a sporting event that never happened.
Sir John A. Cumber Primary’s Under-9 team secured their second successive victory of the 2014/15 CUC Primary Football League season with a hard-fought 3-0 victory over Truth For Youth on Saturday.
Savannah Primary opened the new CUC Primary Football League season with victories for both their sides.
Primary schoolgirls get a chance to play in their own football league from this Saturday.
Cayman Prep successfully defended their 2013 Opening Rally title with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over the always unpredictable Red Bay Primary in the final of the 2014 CUC Primary Football League Opening Rally.
The Primary Football League kicks off this weekend with its customary Opening Rally. The 2014/2015 CUC Primary Football League season commences on Saturday at the T.E. McField Annex, from 9 a.m.
Sports celebrities rally to spread anti-bullying messages.
Houston Dynamo, one of the top soccer clubs in the United States, is building a relationship with Cayman’s Sunset Football Club.
A lack of public transportation is preventing teens from participating in after-school programs, according to a 2013-2014 report conducted by the Cayman Islands Youth Assembly.
Derek Haines takes on the fourth of his six marathons as part of a bid to raise $1 million for a new building in Camana Bay for Cayman HospiceCare this weekend.
Two prospective university students have been awarded the “Minds Inspired” William A. Dart Memorial scholarship.
Dart Cayman Islands has selected two Cayman Prep and High School students for its Minds Inspired scholarship program.
While the marketplace may have slowed down in recent weeks as we hit the traditionally quieter summer season, there is still good, solid activity within Cayman’s real estate industry.
Young tennis players will get a chance for some friendly competition this weekend at PwC’s first 10&Under tennis fest.
James Murray’s ultra-distance running has come to an abrupt halt having left Cayman for his Canada homeland after succumbing to the rollover policy.
Aspiring young musicians received a boost from the Cayman Arts Festival, which donated $1,000 to the string music program at George Town Primary School.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Whittaker has been honored as Butterfield Young Musician of the Year 2014 for his performance on steel pan.
The 'Butterfield Young Musicians of the Year' competition is once again upon us, with 13 young hopefuls vying to take home the crown for 2014.
Triathlon’s popularity is growing exponentially in Cayman and children will soon get another chance to be introduced to the sport in a completely safe and adequately supervised environment.
The Cayman Field Hockey’s annual tournament is on this weekend and teams from Jamaica and England will be competing. Captaining the Cayman women is the outstanding Sarah Pinches with Patricia Hildred as vice-captain.
Concerned parents at Cayman International School have been told that gases from the dump pose no safety concern to their children.
Plans have been submitted for more than 100 new condominiums and town houses within Camana Bay as the development continues to expand.
Which swimsuit will make you faster, what sugar tastes better, and how do mosquitoes survive? These were just a few of the quirky questions asked by students at the annual Science Fair on Saturday.
The 2014 high season has been busy.
In a bid to reduce teenage pregnancies and raise awareness of the issue, the Family Resource Centre is giving talks at schools this month.
The Cayman Islands Field Hockey Club is preparing to tackle two international teams this month.
Students from Cayman Prep came out on top in a nerve-shredding battle of the brains that pitted some of the island’s smartest kids against each other in a quiz-show style contest.
Essay winners announced in the annual Adventures in Citizenship Essay Competition.
George Town Public library and Rotary Sunrise LIFE host reading fair competition for school aged students.
Cayman International School is proud to announce the fourth annual Private Schools Association Football Tournament.
Updated: Some closures were still in effect Friday as the fire at the George Town landfill raged on.
Classes at the Cayman International School, located between Camana Bay and the George Town landfill, have been cancelled today.
It may be cutely nicknamed, but the George Town Landfill is far from beautiful to Cayman senses.
Street hockey returns to the local sports scene.
Supporters of the beautiful game were treated to a youth football spectacle on Saturday as the semi-finals in the CUC Primary Football League took centre stage at the TE McField Annex Field.
With the fourth round of the 2013/14 CUC Primary Football League playoffs completed over the weekend, several schools sealed a place in the semi-finals scheduled for this Saturday.
Playing hockey in blazing sunshine on Boxing Day is not everyone’s idea of festive fun but it certainly helped clear a few hangovers and burned off plenty of calories from inflated waistlines.
Christmas will be a time of plenty for more than 400 struggling families, thanks to the generosity of Cayman Islands residents who stepped up to support a charity campaign.
Two legendary former footballers were in the Cayman Islands recently to give a clinic to local kids and they were extremely well received.
The third round of the CUC Primary Football League playoffs were played on Saturday which marked a turning point for a few schools searching for valuable points.
The RBC Inter Schools sailing regatta crowned a familiar name.
The second round of the CUC Primary Football League playoffs concluded with 12 games in the Champions and Consolation Cups at the TE McField Annex Field on Saturday.
The CUC Primary Football League playoffs got underway at the TE McField Annex on Saturday with the first of four rounds featuring the top eight schools from the Under-9 and Under-11 divisions vying for the Champions Cups.
Savannah Primary’s Under-9 team and Cayman Prep’s U-9 and U-11 teams ended their league campaigns undefeated with victories on the final day of the CUC Primary Football League regular season.
Coach Irvin Palacio and his Under-11 troops from Truth For Youth left the TE McField Annex Field to the sounds of rapturous applause from parents and spectators alike as they secured a well-deserved draw with Savannah Primary.
The CUC Primary Football League resumed over the weekend following the mid-term break with a number of games played at various venues across the Island.
The Under-11s from South Sound Schools moved to the top of Group B in the CUC Primary Football League following a hard-fought victory Prospect Primary on Saturday.
Red Bay’s prolific little striker Alejandro Holness scored four times to secure victories for his school in their Under-9 and U-11 wins over Triple C over the weekend in Primary Football League matches.
Primary Football League matches got underway on Saturday and Opening Rally champions Cayman Prep continued their winning ways. In the second week of play in the 2013/14 CUC Primary Football League season, Prep top Group B with impressive wins over Red Bay Primary.
Sir John A. Cumber Primary starts the defence its Opening Rally title from last season as the popular 2013/14 CUC Primary Football League campaign kicks-off this Saturday.
It’s set to be another busy swim season for the Camana Bay Aquatic Club. Not only has the competitive swim club added a new training group and expanded its swim school due to growing demand – the club also welcomes new head coach Brad Hutton.
Drew University hockey team and the New York City Ladies club have given a further boost to Cayman’s sports tourism development with a visit this week.