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The touch rugby season finished with its finals last week and the customary annual end of season dinner will be held at Grand Old House on Friday.
Local roller hockey remains dominated by the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames.
Coed softball continues to move forward with its latest season.
Week 13 of the Digicel Premier League at the Ed Bush field was all about postseason positioning.
Cayman's port reports significant losses for the second year in a row.
This month marks the beginning of the new youth roller hockey season at Kings Sports Centre.
The climax of the Summer Mixed Touch Rugby League 2014 season takes place this Saturday as both the Competitive Division and the Social Division titles will be decided.
Sunset Football Club is holding its popular six-a-side tournament again this weekend, to raise money for its flourishing youth program.
Scrabble Scrum raises more than $6,700 for local literacy program.
Week 12 of the Digicel Premier League continued in full force at the Ed Bush field in West Bay with six exciting games on Saturday.
In Week 11 of the Digicel Premier League, the Burger King Panthers received their first loss of the season, against the Lone Star Mustangs.
Organizers of the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon remind runners that the deadline to get the lowest registration rate is Sept. 4.
Coed softball has a number of entertaining matches on tap for its opening week.
Playoff intensity was in great supply in Week 10 of the Digicel Premier League.
A roundup of business briefs from the community.
In a pulsating match against Trident, KPMG2 ran out worthy winners, 4-1, in the latest round of touch rugby action.
Week 9 of the Digicel Premier League produced lots of excitement on the gridrion.
The 2014 Corporate Summer Touch Rugby League is now two-thirds of the way through the season and in the Social Division two teams are dominating.
Local financial services are supporting the Cayman Islands Red Cross through sports.
Many eyes in the flag football world were trained on the Lone Star Mustangs and Island Heritage Predators.
Coed softball will soon be making its return to the diamond.
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 Digicel Premier League’s Week 5 saw the resourceful DMS WestBay Hellcats trounce the ascending Predators 13-6.
The KPMG Sharks made a statement against the Maples Dolphins during Week 4 of the Digicel Premier League.
Week 3 of the Digicel Premier League saw exciting games at the Ed Bush field, with none more fascinating than the showdown between the Island Heritage Predators and the Maples Dolphins.
The season ended in thrilling style in the Pony Division as the two best teams squared off for the knockout championship.
Going into Week 2 of the Digicel Premier League, the Burger King Panthers look like the team to beat.
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.
The inaugural National Trust Glow Run looks set to establish itself as one of Cayman stellar sporting and entertainment attractions.
The Coors Light Chuggers have established themselves as one of Cayman’s elite softball teams.
Adult flag football is back on the local sports scene.
Local softball has one more champion left to crown.
Flag football is set to start its adult leagues.
Of all the road runs being organized one in particular is guaranteed to leave participants glowing. The National Trust along with CUC will be hosting the first ever 5k Glow Run in Cayman on Saturday Jun. 21.
Competitive tennis at the Ritz-Carlton courts is a relatively new format and it seems that it should have been introduced sooner judging by its growing interest.
A thrilling end to the season is in the making for the Pony division of Cayman Little League’s 25th season.
Cayman’s most decorated softball team has yet another championship.
Youth hockey recently crowned a trio of champions at Kings Sports Center.
The Coors Light Chuggers are one win away from a finals berth.
The Pony division playoffs in local Little League got off to a wild start.
KPMG A kept their hopes alive for another softball championship.
Business in brief.
The Pony division of local Little League wrapped up its regular season in exciting fashion.
Beth Florek has taken a break from the running scene for a while. She has good reason too - motherhood.
Cayman's largest private sector pension plan appears to have gotten back on sound legal footing.
The Maples Sluggers staved off elimination on the diamond.
A quartet of squads are fighting for their playoff lives on the diamond.
The Pony division of local Little League has a tight race to the title.
Some of the top squads in local coed softball will storm the diamond.
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.
Burger Shack is cooking up a flawless campaign.
A pair of perennial contenders have top billing on the diamond.
Burger Shack is one win away from a perfect season on the gridiron.
Touch rugby’s latest round of games saw two of the heavyweights of the game come together in a potential league decider.
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.
The Security Centre Squash League round 8 tightened things up at the top giving the top two teams greater chance of claiming the title on the final evening.
The Digicel Dynamos hope to continue their current form in the field.
Burger Shack remains one of the most dominant teams in local coed flag football.
The Security Centre Squash League Round 6 demonstrated that The Sheriffs are regaining some control, Walkers have made a stride forwards and Aon have insured a level footing in top spot.
The BritCay Premiums hope to jump start a late season surge.
Tennis options for youngsters in the Cayman Islands have rarely been better. There are so many great programs and initiatives. Coach Dale Avery will continue to run the elite squad of around 16 kids after the first PwC event this year.
Round 5 of The Security Centre Squash League showed some positive moves from both Walkers and UBS.
Youth hockey is in full stride at Kings Sports Center.
Burger Shack continued their winning ways after quieting the chatty Wok-N-Roll, 19-6, in the Burger King Coed Flag Football League.
The Security Centre Squash League round 4 provided some entertaining matches with four out of the five match ups going the distance and ending up 3 matches to 2.
On Match Day 2, the Cayman National Touch Rugby Championships pitched Maples Reserves, fresh from an easy first win against work colleagues Maples, against low-flying Island Air.
Local swimming is gearing up for its next major international meet.
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.
The National Touch Rugby Championships 2014 started in earnest with six teams entering this year and it promises to be the highest standard of touch played here.
Two Caymanians are climbing the civil service career ladder after recent promotions.