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The 2015 Cayman Islands Flag Football Association season kicked off last weekend in spectacular fashion at the Ed Bush field in West Bay.
Like the men’s team, the Cayman national women’s team travelled to Cary, North Carolina for the North American and Caribbean Rugby Association Championships over the weekend and acquitted themselves superbly.
Burger Shack cemented their place in local flag football history, going undefeated in back-to-back seasons and securing their fifth championship in as many seasons.
Judy Rivers enjoys participating in sport so much that it’s a wonder if anyone manages to spot her standing still for more than a minute.
When it comes to Cayman’s sportiest family, the Kehoes must figure in anybody’s short list.
The 2015 TSCL Youth Flag Football League playoffs start this weekend and judging by the quality of games played last Saturday, any team is capable of going through to the later rounds.
The 2015 TSCL Youth Flag Football League will have some exciting matches this weekend, as it’s the final week of the regular season.
Nikolai “Bruiser” Hill enjoys juggling his life around watching, playing and coaching sport.
Tracey Seymour loves the sports environment so much that she is rarely doing anything but in her spare time. She plays flag football and rugby and used to be an international amateur boxer.
The vast range of sports available to Cayman residents with world class facilities is appreciated by many but taken up by few, especially women.
The TSCL Youth Flag Football League pitched the champions Popeye Saints against Dart Dolphins in an exciting rematch on Saturday.
In the flag football coed league’s feature game of the week Pepsi held off a surging Cayman First Insurance team to remain undefeated.
The Burger King Co-ed Flag Football League had a grudge match from the outset between the Cobras and Flag This.
The burgeoning Burger King Coed Flag Football League kicked off last Friday and the competitive energy of all teams was evident from the first whistle.
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 Burger King Coed Flag Football League restarts this weekend and will attract hordes of teams again. Games are every Friday from 6-10 p.m. at the Ed Bush field in West Bay.
The way the New England Patriots staged their late rally to defeat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in the Super Bowl will be a talking point for years to come.
A beach flag football tournament will take place in a few weeks.
Youngsters are getting ready for the return of flag football in January.
Cayman athletes have a chance to earn their spot in gridiron history.
The Save Our Youth Foundation held its 10th annual Football Extravaganza/Family Fun Day on Saturday, once again offering Cayman’s youngsters a great event for friendly competition and positive messages.
Women’s seven-a-side rugby takes center stage with Cayman playing the Mexico national side and club teams from Scotland and Texas on Friday.
A year ago, Jordan Stubblefield was curious about Cayman fast-pitch softball. Now, he is at the sport’s summit.
After a recent string of violent outbursts, it would seem tensions within the country are spilling over onto Cayman’s pitches and playing fields.
A new coach hopes to garner better international results for Cayman Islands flag football.
Full contact American football is slated to grace these shores.
They may have eight championships, but for the dms West Bay Hellcats the magic number has always been 10.
The Lone Star Mustangs are becoming synonymous with faltering in big moments.
The Domino’s Lynx are confident that a repeat championship is in their future.
A year ago, the dms West Bay Hellcats were seemingly on the decline.
The Domino’s Lynx are ready to deliver revenge on the gridiron.
The dms West Bay Hellcats are on course for another gridiron championship.
The Lady Sharks and CrossFit 7Mile Scorpions served notice of their championship intentions.
Parity might be the biggest stumbling block for the Androgroup Killa-Panthers.
European football is in full swing again and as with all post-World Cup seasons, there is a heightened interest in the game.
Week 9 of the Digicel Premier League produced lots of excitement on the gridrion.
Flag football wants local kids to return to the classroom on the right foot.
Many eyes in the flag football world were trained on the Lone Star Mustangs and Island Heritage Predators.
Carrie Barnett-Carter has visions of Cayman netball rising to glory overseas.
The Digicel Premier League, put on by the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association, crossed its mid-season point in dramatic fashion.
Cayman Islands Flag Football Association completed its sixth week of games of the Digicel Summer Premier League on Saturday and the likely playoff positions became more predictable.
The Miami Dolphins returned to Cayman to give the burgeoning youth flag football scene a boost and for two days the kids enjoyed learning the game’s basics from the pro coaches.
The Miami Dolphins are back in the Cayman Islands to help grow youth flag football.
The Cayman Islands is facing some of Georgia’s best clubs on the gridiron.
The KPMG Sharks made a statement against the Maples Dolphins during Week 4 of the Digicel Premier League.
As the 2014 World Cup reaches its climax, emotions are running high for fans in the Cayman Islands.
Youth flag football will take center stage this summer.
After a less than convincing start to their title defense, the Androgroup Killa-Panthers are hungry to make amends.
The Burger King Panthers have started their title defense on a positive note.
Adult flag football is back on the local sports scene.
Flag football is set to start its adult leagues.
Purple Dragon Karate Club’s students have been training exceptionally hard in recent weeks in preparation for their latest grading exams this weekend.
As government looks to promote sports, it will continue to lean on one of its most prominent officials.
After a highly popular coed competition, the stage is set for a boom in flag football’s numbers this summer.
With three straight championships, Burger Shack are officially a dynasty in local flag football.
Burger King appear to be cooking up a deep postseason run.
Sunset women achieved what any side dreams of and stayed unbeaten throughout the season and captured all the prizes in the process.
Focus will soon shift back to the Panthers in local flag football.
Coed flag football is officially in playoff mode.
Burger Shack is cooking up a flawless campaign.
Youth flag football in the Cayman Islands intends to move forward with new leadership.
Burger Shack is one win away from a perfect season on the gridiron.
With only three weeks remaining in the regular season, upper tier teams will aim to improve their playoff seeding in the Burger King Coed Flag Football League.
Maggie Ebanks will continue leading the huddle for local flag football.
Burger Shack remains one of the most dominant teams in local coed flag football.
Youth flag football is set for its playoffs.
Burger Shack continued their winning ways after quieting the chatty Wok-N-Roll, 19-6, in the Burger King Coed Flag Football League.
The Maples Raiders recently squeezed out a tense victory on the gridiron.
The intensity of the Burger King Coed Flag Football League went up a few notches this past weekend under the bright lights of the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay.
Youth flag football saw its first official games this month.
A local flag football team helped introduce Cayman to Sonny the Parrot.
The Burger King Coed Flag Football League continues Friday with a number of quality games on schedule.