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The on-field clash between Fidelity Cayman Storm and the John Doak Tradeview Markets Iguanas, scheduled for this weekend’s rugby Vase finals, has been cancelled...
Even though the Fidelity Cayman Storm’s final match against the John Doak Tradeview Markets Iguanas was cancelled, the team had scored enough points throughout the tournament to claim the Alex Alexander Memorial Cup.
The Fidelity Cayman Storm continued their undefeated run by beating the Queensgate Pigs Trotters 24-15 Saturday for their fifth straight win in the Alex Alexander Memorial Cup tournament.
Week four of the Alex Alexander Memorial Cup tournament featured two games at the South Sound rugby club Saturday afternoon.
After almost 19 years as president of Cayman Rugby Football Union, Derek Haines has stepped down from the position, citing family, work and charitable...
The Fidelity Cayman Storm added another piece of hardware to their trophy case Saturday evening, after defeating the Advance Fire Buccaneers for the 2019...
Cayman Rugby is set to tackle its highest ever level of competition at the Americas Rugby Challenge.
The 2019 RF Group Rugby Americas North (RAN) Men’s and Women’s Sevens will take place at the Truman Bodden National Sports Complex on Saturday and Sunday.
The field has been set for the Rugby Americas North 7’s, a qualifying tournament for the 2020 Summer Olympics that will bring a host of talented national teams to Cayman in July.
The Tradeview Markets Under-18 boys rugby 7s team recently returned from Orlando where they competed in the April 19-20 Tropical 7s tournament.
More than 500 players on 36 teams are set to take part in the Tradeview Markets Corporate Summer Touch Rugby League 2019, which starts in early June and runs through late August, according to organisers.
The Cayman Rugby Club is organising a introduction to rugby bootcamp for girls aged under 14.
The Cayman Islands U-19 girls rugby team are well under way with preparations for the Las Vegas Invitational 7s, the tournament in which they won the shield competition last year.
Cayman Rugby made history on Saturday as the Cayman National Men’s XV scored a one-sided 58-14 win over Guyana to qualify for the Tier II Americas Championship 2019, known as the Americas Rugby Challenge, against Paraguay, Colombia and Mexico.
It was a fourth trophy in a row for the John Doak Architecture & Tradeview Markets Iguanas, as they continued their domination of rugby in the Cayman Islands.
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.
The Cayman Islands is sending a record 53 athletes to the U.S. Touch Rugby Nationals in San Diego, California this week.
The first two tests of the season loom ahead for the Cayman national rugby team.
Seven months ago on Public Beach, a group of girls began a journey that would take them to victory in the U-18 shield final in the prestigious high school division of the Las Vegas Invitational Sevens tournament.
The Cayman Rugby Football Union is inviting female players between the ages of 14 and 18 to sign up to play.
At 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday mornings, it is still dark outside and most of the island is sound asleep. But at the old George Hicks field, there is a group of women that are already up and running.
The Borrelli Walsh Cayman Rugby 7s Team will travel to Glendale, Colorado, this weekend to take part in the Rugbytown 7s tournament.
Despite heavy downpours, about 800 people turned out Saturday to watch the RHSW Cayman National XV historically defeat the Mexican National XV at the Health City Cayman Big Game 8 held at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in George Town.
A record-breaking 36 teams, including some 400 players, have signed up so far for the Tradeview Markets Corporate Touch Rugby League in Cayman, which starts in June and ends with the grand finals on Saturday, Sept. 9, organizers said in a press release.
The Maples Cayman Junior Rugby program players traveled to the Freeport Rugby Football Club in the Bahamas last weekend for the Freeport RFC International...
At a press event last week for the Health City Cayman Big Game 8 match between Cayman and Mexico, coaches Garry Southway and Jovan Bowles introduced the Cayman side.
Creating a buzz in Grand Cayman last week, Moves Sports Group (MSG) out of New York and Epic Day Entertainment announced visits on island by some superstar sporting legends for a number of events at the end of the month.
The Cayman Rugby Football Union recently had an opportunity with one of the top rugby schools in England, Sedbergh School, for development training for the U-16 players.
The Borelli Walsh Cayman Rugby 7s team is holding a 5K fun run on Sunday, Sept. 4, starting at 7 a.m. at Camana Bay.
To celebrate rugby being introduced back into the Olympic Games, the men’s and women’s Cayman Rugby 7s squads are inviting kids ages 5-17 to come out to the South Sound Rugby Club at 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6, for an hour of games and fun followed by the viewing of the first Olympic rugby game, which will feature Spain and France at 9 a.m.
The Dart Cayman Rugby Under-19 team competed against the best Caribbean rugby nations in the Rugby Americas North (RAN) Championship Tournament earlier this month.
The RHSW Cayman rugby team lost to Mexico on July 2 in Dos Rios, 34-24, playing at altitude of 8,616 feet above sea level.
The RHSW Cayman National XV recorded their biggest victory ever over Bermuda when beating the old foe by 47-11 at Truman Bodden over the weekend.
More than 400 players over 35 teams in three divisions have signed up for the CTI Global Summer Touch Rugby League. Matches start June 20.
The Cayman Islands national Women’s 7s team traveled to Florida recently to compete in the Surfin’ 7s tournament in preparation for the World Cup qualifiers in Trinidad in November.
The RHSW Cayman National XV’s rugby team scaled new heights on Saturday by beating a powerful USA South Panthers team in Florida 28-21.
The RHSW Cayman National XV started their World Cup Qualifying campaign on a winning note by beating Bahamas 20-8 at the Truman Bodden Stadium on May 21.
In Cayman rugby’s book of stories, a new chapter starts at 6 p.m. Saturday at Truman Bodden Stadium when the Cayman Islands face off against the Bahamas.
Cayman Rugby will be moving to a new home after the Dart group offered land near Camana Bay on peppercorn lease for a new center which will be capable of hosting international matches.
Cayman took on Canada for some impressive rugby games at South Sound over the weekend.
Former Ireland rugby star Brian Robinson has a simple message for Caymanian youth when it comes to sports, “just try it.”
The RHSW Cayman XV men’s team broke 100 for the first time during a tour to New York over the weekend, when they beat the New Jersey Union Mud Turtles 102-0.
The Cayman Islands National Boys U-16 and U-14 rugby teams will face visiting teams from Canada’s Trinity College School on Friday and Saturday at the Cayman Islands Rugby Club.
With the Hong Kong Sevens behind them, Cayman rugby players are gearing up for their next big game: Cayman Big Game 6.
Round 3 of the National Touch Rugby Championship 2016 took place on Saturday and it was a day of mixed fortunes for all.
As Cayman’s female rugby players prepare for the inaugural RAN (Rugby America’s North) Women’s 10-a-side tournament in Miami in July, their team has received a donation from recruitment agency Stepping Stones.
The Fidelity Cayman Storm sealed an extraordinary turnaround to their season by defeating the Advance Fire and Plumbing Buccaneers 19-14 in a fast-paced, frenetic and occasionally frantic spectacle at the South Sound Rugby Club on Saturday. They secured the Dart Vase in front of a large and appreciative crowd.
Abdull Patterson, 19, who picked up a rugby ball for the first time a year ago, has been selected to represent the Cayman Islands at the iconic Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Tournament.
The Advance Fire Buccaneers and the Fidelity Cayman Storm will meet at 4 p.m. Saturday after reaching the top in the semifinals of the Dart Vase on March 12, in which 137 points were scored over 180 minutes.
After traveling to the Las Vegas Invitational rugby tournament on March 3-5 with 31 players, coaches Richard “Grizz” Adams and Jovan Bowles have announced...
The RHSW National team continued their winning ways, beating Michigan University by 50 points to 12 on Saturday at their South Sound base.
The RHSW Cayman National XV team started their preparation for the World Cup rugby qualifiers on a positive note on Feb. 27 by beating Club Select 61-0.
The Cayman Rugby Union will host a rugby team from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor this weekend and next.
The Queensgate Pigs Trotters won the DART Alex Alexander Memorial Cup on Saturday for the 3rd consecutive session by beating the Fidelity Cayman Storm by a convincing 67-27 scoreline.