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Panthers confident in title run

For the most part, the Burger King Panthers have lived up to the hype.

Maples leash Hellcats in epic tie

Weeks ago, a draw was seen as a chink in the armor of the Maples Dolphins.

Dolphins chasing more respect

The Maples Dolphins have all the ingredients of a contending team.

Mustangs galloping for top finish

The Lone Star Mustangs are an old team with a new name.

Movie producer makes lionfish announcement

Hollywood screenwriter and producer James V. Hart has been putting his talents to work raising awareness of the impact the invasive lionfish population has on reefs throughout the Caribbean.

Jamie’s Mustangs corral Colts

Week 10 of the 2013 Digicel Summer League was in full effect last Saturday at Camana Bay.

Bennett’s heroics sink Panthers

It started with a questionable ruling derailing the Burger King Panthers’ bid for a perfect season.

Beer fuels shark conservation effort

White Tip Lage celebrates one more year of shark conservation with a fundraiser at Royal Palms.

Star Athletic blind AndroGroup

Teams in the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association’s Digicel Summer League suited up after a bye week and had interesting scores.

Chance to track tagged sharks online

 Five sharks tagged in waters off the Cayman Islands form part of the pan-Atlantic project, led by the Guy Harvey Research Unit. 

Chance to track tagged sharks online

The movements of oceanic white tip and tiger sharks tagged in the Cayman Islands and tracked by satellite can be viewed online as part of an Atlantic-wide project to fuel research on shark movements.

Children raise coins for cancer

Amelia is 6 years old and in only two weeks collected more than $4,500 for the Cancer Society, simply by placing milk jugs in the classrooms at her Cayman Prep Primary School.

Weekend gridiron warriors flagged for playoff push

As August gets under way, local flag football sets its sights on the postseason.

Hunters warned not to feed lionfish to predators

Lionfish hunters are being urged to stop feeding speared lionfish to predators, including moray eels, amid concerns they are showing more aggressive behaviour towards divers.

Burger King squad having it their way

The 2013 Digicel Summer League, put on by the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association, is now eight weeks into the season.

Panthers tear apart Hellcats

The Burger King Panthers continue to show their dominance on the gridiron.

Stingrays glide to Florida glory

A “Tour de Florida” brought Stingray’s season to a triumphant close.

Ultra B’zzz keep buzzing along

Week seven of the Digicel Summer League started with the Ultra B’zzz taking on the Lady Saints.

Champs hope to soar through camps

Cayman’s top women’s basketball team is looking to overseas camps to reap huge dividends.

Fishing threat to Cayman’s sharks

Shark populations in Cayman Islands’ waters could be at risk from overfishing, including shark-finning, researchers have warned.

Ultra B’zzz sting Scorpions

The Ultra B’zzz proved their sting was more deadly than the CrossFit 7Mile Scorpions.

Unbeaten Panthers hunting for more prey

The Burger King Panthers are halfway towards a spotless season.

Panthers maul Colts, stay unbeaten

Week five of the Cayman Islands Flag Football Association Digicel 2013 Summer League saw exciting match-ups last Saturday at the Ed Bush Sports Centre in West Bay.

Dolphins and Panthers claw ahead

A trio of teams can boast a spotless start on the local gridiron.

New tourism correspondent 
for Caymanian Compass

Experienced journalist James Whittaker is the new Cayman Free Press tourism correspondent.

Lynx blowout the Lady Saints

Women’s flag football games continued at the Ed Bush stadium in West Bay on Saturday and one of the best action came in the first game between Scorpions and Zulu’s Warriors.

Stingrays will need webbed feet

Swimmers are especially busy at this time of year and they need a big surge of energy to get through the next few weeks.

Hellcats too slippery for Colts

There was more thrilling action in flag football in West Bay on Saturday.

Cayman Brac makes shore diving easy

Thanks to a system of red painted rocks, visitors to Cayman Brac can now enjoy over 20 shore dives on this island.

Burger King Wolverines scrape Lynx

The Wolverines made a good start to their title defence.

Welly’s shoot for Sharks

Welly’s Cool Spot will look to overseas instruction to improve this summer.

Dolphins drown Hellcats in opener

The dms West Bay Hellcats had a shocking start to their season.

Stingrays showed lion hearts as records tumbled

The Lions Sprint Meet, hosted by Stingray Swim Club at the Lions Aquatic Centre saw 175 registered swimmers from five clubs and teams.

Hellcats not resting on laurels

The dms West Bay Hellcats have every reason to relax.

Redver’s girls aiming to soar

The Women of Valour hope Florida will assist their cause.

Mustangs run wild at Jamboree

The Bulldogs have a new name but figure to be a familiar force in flag football.

Jamboree kicks off West Bay drama

Flag football is about to return for adult players.

East End ‘reef-cam’ now streaming live

A new reefcam in East End has gone live, streaming video from a shallow reef to computer screens aroudn the world

Deloitte finally tame Sharks

Deloitte Devil Rays capped a dominant season with their first national ball hockey championship with a 4-1 win over the Sharks in a great final.

Sea lessons for local students

Marine conservationist Guy Harvey has been introducing school kids throughout Cayman to the underwater world without even getting wet.

Students learn of marine life

Guy Harvey teaches students about marine life.

Local industry, 
past and present

The National Trust will be giving a presentation on Cayman's industry, past and present, in celebration of World Heritage Day on 18 April

Mighty Gamecocks rule the roost

The Gamecocks are flying high in local hockey.

Small price, big fish in Bay Islands travel adventure

The Bay Islands and Cayman have a shared history. But what's it like to visit on vacation?

High Rollers skating to clip Gamecocks’ wings at Kings

Hockey fans in Cayman can see more drama in March.

Sharks circling Kings for High Rollers and Devil Rays

February promises to offer more hockey action in Cayman.

Sharks hunt their prey while Devil Rays fight Barracudas

Local hockey will seek heroes of its own this week.

Deloitte budget for more props

The Deloitte Devil Rays will be looking to separate from the pack.

Sharks circling for more prey

The Deloitte Sharks are on the hunt for more roller hockey glory.

Sharks circle Kings ahead of 2013 feast

After an impressive championship season, the Deloitte Sharks have their minds set on more hockey hardware.

Deloitte budget for title glory

Cayman inline hockey’s playoff finals started with optimism for the Cayman Hot Sauces Flames.

Sharks devour tasty Hot Sauce

The Deloitte Sharks are the new kings of local roller hockey.

Sharks circle around Hot Sauce

Playoff hockey is in season at Kings Sports Centre.

Flames burn Gamebirds

The Burger King Gamebirds will not rule the hockey roost a second time.

Gamebirds flock to league crown

The Burger King Gamebirds went into December crowing about a new honour.

Tourism body supports marine parks expansion

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association is backing the proposed expansion of Cayman's marine parks.

Mepco continues to skate strong

The Mepco High Rollers remain a serious threat in local roller hockey.

Rollers are skating for top spot

With two weeks left to go in roller hockey’s regular season, there is much to be decided.

Deloitte tone down Hot Sauce

The crowd took their seats but how long they remained in them would be a question answered passively and then abruptly as Tuesday’s Inline Hockey League tailored into the night.

Gamebirds stomp out low Flames

As the weeks progress on Tuesday night inline hockey at Kings Sports Centre, the Burger King Gamebirds continue to soar.

Gamebirds dominate pecking order

Roller hockey in the Cayman Islands is currently at its mid-point and the teams have varying report cards.

Goalies dominate the creases

Tuesday’s Inline Hockey Night at Kings Sports Centre had a quiet air about it before Cayman Hot Sauce Flames battled the Mepco High Rollers.

Deloitte out Flames to top table

The Deloitte Sharks have much to be delighted about in Cayman roller hockey.

Hot Sauce pepper Burger King

A strange aura engulfed Kings Inline Hockey Night at Kings Sports Centre.

Wolverines claw up Zulu

Like every great championship team, the Burger King Wolverines persevered through adversity.

Fishy films for free on offer at Camana Bay theatre

The Department of Environment is seeking to raise awareness of some of the great issues facing the world's oceans by screening marine coservation themed films at Camana Bay every Saturday for the rest of the month.

38-foot Whale Shark spotted

Don't be scared, its just a 38-foot shark.

Wolverines sink teeth into title

The Burger King Wolverines are the new champions of women’s flag football.

Flames burn Rollers in slugfest

Many wondered if the puck had intentions all of its own after 36 goals were scored over two games at Kings Sports Centre.

Joni propels Wolverines to final

Women’s flag football is set to crown a new champion.

Gamebirds will keep flapping

Local roller hockey has had a quiet but intriguing start to its 2012 fall campaign.

Bulldogs chasing down Hellcats

Flag football in Cayman is reaching its climax.

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