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KPMG beat MUFG in straight sets in the finals of the Cayman Islands Corporate Volleyball league to finish out undefeated.
The long-standing rivals in the A Division, Sets Offenders and JoAnna’s Talls and Smalls, faced off in the finals for the fourth-consecutive week Sunday...
In week two action of the Corona Beach Volleyball League, JoAnna’s Talls and Smalls beat Sets Offenders in the A division finals. It marked the second week in a row the two top teams faced off in the finals with Sets Offenders winning their first encounter.
The Corona Beach Volleyball League served up its first set of matches at Seven Mile Public Beach over the weekend. In the A division,...
Volleyball players battled it out Saturday afternoon on Seven Mile Beach, in the fourth Heatwave Volleyball Club of ‘‘Dig it to Win it’. The...
The Private School Association will be starting its annual indoor volleyball league Monday, and public schools will also have an opportunity to participate.
Cayman volleyball player Marissa Harrison will take a giant step in her life in September.
Olney Thompson was crowned the King of the Court and JoAnna Poyssick is the new Queen of the Court following a volleyball tournament on Sunday.
Cayman is gearing up to bump, set and spike local participation in volleyball.
The First Baptist Church Volleyball Club’s indoor league came to an end last Saturday, with the top two teams in the men’s, women’s and co-ed divisions competing in the championship games.
While the rest of Cayman was busy relaxing during the long weekend of 7-10 June, selected players for the Cayman’s Senior National Beach Team were busy earning points on the beaches of La Paz, Mexico.
With the Private School Association Volleyball league now complete and summer just around the corner, many student athletes are trying their best to enjoy what’s left of the First Baptist Indoor Volleyball league before they have to hang up their trainers and put away their knee pads for yet another season.
The finals of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Championships will be held this Wednesday, April 17, with KPMG scheduled to take on the reigning champions Maples A at 7:30 p.m. at the ARC at Camana Bay. Wheaton Precious Metals and PWC will hash it out for third and fourth place.
With their trainers laced, knee pads in place, and their hopes high, 50 young athletes stepped onto the volleyball court at John Gray High School for a chance to earn a spot in the Cayman Islands Youth National Team Development Programme earlier this month.
Since launching its Youth Volleyball Programme in the summer of 2017, the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation has made efforts to introduce young athletes to the sport while building an infrastructure to make the program sustainable.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation held its National League Volleyball Finals last weekend at the First Baptist Church Hall, where the fans in attendance were treated to three hotly contested matches.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation will be hosting six student athletes during the week of June 18 to serve as ambassadors for the sport of volleyball, both indoor and on the beach.
In the early game on Wednesday, April 11, KPMG won in exciting fashion against DART-B in two sets, 25-20 and 25-19.
Week 4 of the Camana Bay Indoor Co-Ed Corporate League got under way on Monday.
Exciting play was the name of the game in Week 3 of the Camana Bay Indoor Co-Ed Corporate League on Wednesday night.
Indoor volleyball action continued Saturday, Oct. 21 at First Baptist Church as the women’s teams came out to play their third match in the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation National League.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation National League kicked off Saturday, Oct. 14 at the ARC at Camana Bay, and spectators and teams alike were treated to three action-packed games.
After eight weeks of games, the final four teams battled it out at Camana Bay last week for the Corporate Cup trophy in the Corporate Coed Volleyball League.
Raise the nets and sweep the beach. Professional volleyball returns to the Cayman Islands this weekend, when Public Beach at Seven Mile Beach will play host to an international tournament sponsored by NORCECA.
It starts as a day at the beach, but it could end up as a hobby that will last the rest of their lives. Twenty-two youngsters ranging in age from 8 to 18 took part in a developmental clinic for beach volleyball at Public Beach on Saturday.
Marissa Harrison, ace student and star volleyball player, has taken on the role of her sport’s chief ambassador to the Cayman Islands.
After week 4’s games on March 22, the results of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League are:M&C d. Dart 25-18, 23-25, 15-5
This is a wrap-up from week three of the Camana Bay Corporate Volleyball Coed League on March 15.
As of March 8, two of eight weeks of the Camana Bay Corporate Indoor Volleyball Coed League had been played.
Juan Cartagena, technical coordinator with NORCECA, the North, Central America and Caribbean Confederation of volleyball, is instructing 21 local and expatriate resident volleyball enthusiasts this week at the Lions Centre.
Local volleyball enthusiasts continued their quest to win the full series, with the third match-ups last weekend on Seven Mile Public Beach. In the A Division, Balls in Yo Face and Friends Circle faced off to determine the winner in another series of best-of-five matches.
Cayman Men lost in three sets to Haiti, Curacao and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the latter in close sets, to finish in fourth place among four teams of the Caribbean Zonal Volleyball Association, in the Men’s Group C division of the NORCECA volleyball competition, in Haiti on July 8-11.
Cayman Islands beach volleyball player Jessica Wolfenden arrived home Friday after spending about a week in the U.S. for a bone marrow transplant operation in which she donated blood stem cells to a child cancer patient.
The finals of the NORCECA beach volleyball tournament in Cayman on Sunday saw the U.S. teams winning gold medals in both the men’s and women’s divisions.
The Cayman Islands beach volleyball duo of Jessica Wolfenden and Stefania Gandolfi found themselves in a sprint, of sorts, to the finish line in this weekend’s NORCECA tournament, having reached the third-place game on Sunday against international competition.
Delia Slater The Big Dig turned out to be a smashing volleyball tournament at Seven Mile Beach on Jan. 17. In the finals, How I Set...
Volleyball action closed out Dec. 5 with the Ladybugs claiming the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation’s Women’s Division championship and Team Chemistry winning the Men’s Division.
The indoor volleyball season continued with some sizzling action in the semifinals of the playoffs on Tuesday night.
The indoor volleyball season’s action reached the semifinal stage at the First Baptist Church gym on Saturday with two sizzling games.
Jalene Cruz will be involved in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon this weekend, whether she is fit to run or not.
The National Volleyball League produced some stirring action in the Women’s Division this week.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation National League is generating plenty of interest with some terrific action in each game.
Sports photographer and journalist, Ron Shillingford, will be selling his images at an exhibition in Chelsea's Bar this Monday to raise money for Cayman HospiceCare.
The indoor volleyball season is well under way and in the women’s league the FBC Angels are flying.
Flag football took on an international flavor with the visit of a Bahamas national team over the weekend – and the visitors returned home in triumph.
The Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation’s indoor season started last week with matches played at First Baptist and the Arc at Camana Bay.
Chastine Rankine is a familiar face on the Cayman football scene, best known as an official now, although she was one of the first women to play in regulated games in the Eighties.
Elite Sports Club has some of the youngest – and tiniest – players in the women’s football league and one of them is the exceptionally talented Shannelle Bennett.
Never judge a book by its cover, they say, and that is especially true in Agueda Blake’s case.
Gala season is upon us, which means long nights in towering heels and endless cocktails. Survival tips can really help you negotiate the schedule and come out alive on the other side.
The final games of the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation beach volleyball league were played Sunday and as expected, there were many entertaining and exciting games in each group.
Beach volleyball returns to Public Beach this weekend.
Nekita Saintvil whizzes up and down the field for Anytime Fitness Wolverines and is one of their key players, which is partly why they were crowned women’s flag football champs last week.
The Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball League’s Week 4 games on Public Beach showed an improvement in overall standards.
The men’s flag football scene has evolved considerably since the game was first played in Cayman in the late ‘90s, and one of the few to be involved in it throughout is Kevin Solomon.
The Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball League’s third week of action at Public Beach saw I’d Hit Da and Notorious Dig move down to Division B, Friendly Boys move up to Division A, Sets on the Beach move down to C and Riptide promoted to B.
The Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball League continued over the weekend, and it was newcomers Who Throws A Shoe who showed the other teams a clean pair of heels.
The thriving flag football scene welcomed Tyanna Jan into its fold this season, and the Trinidadian speedster immediately made a huge impact.
The quarterback on any flag football team is the pivotal player who grabs the most attention whether the side does well or not.
The Maples Dolphins flag football side were so poor last season that they did not win a single match, yet quarterback Chris LeBeau returned for another series of potentially miserable results this term.
The Corona Sunday Beach Volleyball League commenced on Seven Mile Beach on Sunday and will last six weeks.
Wanda Brenton is a glowing example that life can really begin at 40.
The Young Caymanian Leaders Foundation on Friday named three women and two men as finalists for the top spot in 2015’s annual awards contest, choosing among musicians, health professionals and finance experts.
Local athletes such as Kevin Connolly have embraced every aspect of triathlon, spending most of their spare time aspiring to be champions.
Cayman’s Special Olympics basketball team at the World Games in Los Angeles won a bronze medal but the result was not posted on the official Games website.
Cayman became a magnet for world class squash players for a time as elite level tournaments were held here, including the World Open in 2012.
Ileann Powery and Chante Smith-Johnson experienced many new and exciting things at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games which wrapped up over the weekend.
Kemar Hyman came within a fraction of reaching the 100 meters final at the Pan Am Games in Toronto on Wednesday.
At the Pan Am Games in Toronto Cayman swimmer Brett Fraser reached the final of the ‘B’ category men’s 50 metres freestyle on Friday. Fraser finished fourth in a time of 22.93 seconds.
A Caymanian teenager is quickly establishing herself as one of volleyball’s best prospects in the U.S. which augurs well for Cayman because she wants to play at senior level for her homeland.
Cayman Islands athletes were left disappointed after being dropped from competing at the Pan American Games in Canada at short notice.
The Island Games team returned to Cayman Monday, proudly wearing the many medals they won at the Island Games.
Thirty-three medals were won in total – in track and field, swimming, shooting and beach volleyball.
Track and field technical director Kenrick Williams was especially pleased with his team’s haul, which included six gold medals.