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Many eyes in the flag football world were trained on the Lone Star Mustangs and Island Heritage Predators.
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.
Kitesurfing has a growing number of competitors in Cayman and local professional Amy Strzalko competes in Oregon at the Bridge of The Gods event in Hood River on Saturday.
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.
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.
Adult flag football is back on the local sports scene.
Flag football is set to start its adult leagues.
Cayman hockey has a budding dynasty in the form of the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames.
A renewed campaign to stop turtle farming in Cayman is under way in the UK with wildlife campaigners lobbying the British government to intervene.
The Sharks are officially the best team in local ball hockey.
Researchers in Cayman are doing their part to save the oceanic whitetip shark by tagging and tracking sharks caught in local waters.
Round 4 action in the Elite Marble & Granite Women’s 7s League on Saturday saw some more thrilling action as the race for the Hob Nob Trophy heated up.
The Cayman Hot Sauce Flames are closing in on more glory.
After Rounds 3 and 4 of the Cayman Touch Association Women’s League it is Wahoos who remain undefeated with a draw and a win to add to their two victories already this season. The other significant improvement came from Lionfish who got their first points going through the day undefeated.
Research from Little Cayman suggests that large grouper and nurse sharks are starting to prey on lionfish – a potentially game changing development in the Atlantic-wide battle against the invasive predator.
Women’s rugby action resumed with round 2 of the Elite Marble & Granite Women’s 7s league at the club ground in South Sound. A great afternoon’s action was accentuated by several standout performances and flashy plays on Saturday.
The Cayman women’s rugby program continues to blossom and their Olympic ambitions were boosted by securing a major sponsor. Elite Marble & Granite, kitchen and bathroom specialists and leading supplier of granite, marble an tile products, is backing the program.
Writer celebrates the divers who participate in weekly cullings of Little Cayman lionfish.
Local ball hockey is fast approaching its final stages.
The newly launched Women’s 7s League is attracting plenty of Caymanians to rugby which is good for the game’s future because the intention is to qualify for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Rugby is one of the best organized sports in the Cayman Islands and its latest development is a women’s domestic 7s league.
The Deloitte Sharks will look to keep feasting on their opposition.
A new women’s rugby 7s league kicks off in earnest this Saturday, with a new format, new teams as well as a host of players trying the game for the first time.
Lionfish cullers are being warned to take additional precautions after a number of incidents involving aggressive behavior from reef sharks and eels.
A lionfish culler filmed himself fighting off an aggressive reef shark in a dramatic encounter in Grand Cayman’s waters that has been broadcast around the world.
A series of breathtaking images, including several shot in the Cayman Islands, earned local snapper Ellen Cuylaerts the title of ‘world champion’ in a global underwater photography competition.
Divers are being urged to look beneath the surface and explore a thriving undersea world of tiny creatures, many no larger than a grain of rice.
As Cayman’s lionfish cullers gear up for another series of tournaments, anecdotal evidence suggests that natural predators could ultimately help control the expansion of the invasive species.
Another devastating spell of fast bowling by captain Troy Taylor took By Rite to their third win and the championship of the first Cayman Premier League tournament.
In Cayman Premier League action over the weekend at the Jimmy Powell Oval, By Rite captain Troy Taylor bowled his team into a commanding position against Greenies.
A new name has brought fresh energy to an old club.
Adult hockey is in full swing at Kings Sports Center.
Clearly, local hockey has a budding generation of enthusiasts in Cayman.
A rookie club got off to a good start in local hockey.
Guy Harvey hopes to get anglers hooked on marine conservation efforts.
The Sharks hope to continue their lethal form on the rink in 2014.
The new cricket season starts with a difference this weekend with a fun event and a new league.
The Sharks are set to continue their winning ways on the court.
One of the more impressive displays in local hockey this year came from the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames.
The Cayman Hot Sauce Flames are the latest champions in local hockey.
With the Sharks continuing to dominate, the most interesting race might be for second place.
Cayman’s roller hockey playoffs are reaching a crescendo.
The Deloitte Sharks have one more shot at a Cherry Cup berth.
The Sharks continue to devour teams on the rink.
Cayman’s reigning ball hockey champs are down but not out.
A stunning image of an underwater photographer framed by a colorful ribbon of reef was the winning entry in the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s...
Cherry Cup glory is only a few wins away for the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames.
The Sharks continue to circle Kings Sports Center for more prey.
With the season winding down, the Cayman Hot Sauce Flames remain on top of local roller hockey.
Months ago, the Deloitte Devil Rays were at the pinnacle of the local hockey world.
Veteran leadership continues to serve the Sharks well.
Cayman’s reigning roller hockey champions are finally in form.
The Sharks have the most bite at Kings Sports Center.
The Cayman Hot Sauce Flames are burning the competition.
Ball hockey continues play in Cayman.
The Cayman Hot Sauce Flames have little room for error.
The long awaited National Conservation Law, providing protection for Cayman’s endemic and endangered species, including sharks, and elevating the importance of environmental considerations in future development, will be passed by the end of the year, according to Premier Alden McLaughlin.
The Cayman Hot Sauce Flames are the No. 1 team in local roller hockey.
The Burger King Gamebirds are no longer unbeaten in local hockey.
After a solid performance abroad, Cayman’s ball hockey players are eager to storm the court.
It has not been an ideal start for the Deloitte Sharks.
The retired yellow submarine that once took visitors down the Cayman Wall, now stands in front of Ocean Frontiers in East End.
The Burger King Gamebirds are at the top of the food chain on the rink.
The adult hockey programs in the Cayman Islands are already quite similar.
The Burger King Wolverines ending their regular season campaign in thrilling fashion.
The Deloitte Sharks had a rough start to their Fall campaign.
The Lone Star Mustangs and the Burger King Wolverines topped all others on the gridiron this summer.