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Big kids’ turn to track progress

High school kids now get their chance to shine following the inter-primary championships last week.

Butler stands tall in goal

School kids recently got a chance to shine on the football pitch.

Students plan coup

Youth Parliament gets ready to take over Cayman Islands Government.

West Bay community advocates for Neighbourhood Watch

The ongoing Neighbourhood Watch Programme has received a positive response from the Crescent Close area in West Bay.

Cartagena confident in Cayman

Regional volleyball figure Juan Cartagena feels Cayman is on the right track in the sport.

Nigel seeks repeat

West Bayers can now get into indoor volleyball.

Collin wants fit kids

It is no secret that the Cayman Islands has a problem with obesity and sports are being sought as an answer.

West Bayers volley indoors again

Indoor volleyball has returned to West Bay. The West Bay Community Sports Committee is staging the 2012 West Bay Community Volleyball League.

Catholic spikes best at UCCI hall

St. Ignatius church clearly have some of talented volleyball players.

Government pushes school sports

Sports are a staple of life in the Cayman Islands and now they are set to take a deeper root in local children.

KPMG seeks out budding LeBrons

Youth basketball is shifting its focus to schools in the Cayman Islands.

Private schools have taken up void in sports activity

A new interscholastic sports league for middle school and high school students has started in Cayman and is progressing in 2012.

East sweep West in U19 clash

An all-star night is supposed to feature the best at their best and that was certainly the case for youth basketball.

U19s focus beyond all-star game

Though all-star night is approaching, many youth basketball playmakers have their focus on the postseason.

Hoopsters prep for showcase

Some of Cayman’s best youth basketball players will take centre stage this weekend. The Cayman Islands Basketball Association will stage an All-Star night this Saturday, 3 December.

Peter: Wolves will retain crown

Peter Grant is on the cusp of another youth basketball championship. His 7-1 Wolves are atop the boys division of the Appleby Under-19 Basketball League.

Webb: We can shock them

The Grand Pavilion Shockwaves are a decent basketball team and its star player is confident in a title run.

Maynor: We can claim U19 crown

As youth basketball nears its postseason, one side to watch is team Bodden Town.

Quinland fancies playoff push

Daniel Quinland is a relative unknown in local youth basketball but is part of a contending team.

Phillip eager to shock his peers

Phillip Webb is one of the stars of youth basketball but is on a team struggling to keep their footing.

Rashaad leads charge

Youth boys basketball is nearing its midway point and two clubs will be keen to land second place.

Lynx need McField

The Lynx find themselves without a victory in Cayman Islands girls basketball.

Wolves hunt pack

The Wolves are the team to beat in youth basketball in the Cayman Islands. Heading into week five of the 10-week season, Wolves are unbeaten atop the boys division of the Appleby Under-19 Basketball League.

Juawon must shine for Wesleyan

Wesleyan Christian Academy may have two star basketball talents but success rests in their role players.

Wesleyan seek return to form

Wesleyan Christian Academy have a load of talent in local youth basketball. Now they will look for that athleticism to equate to long-term success.

Brad powers Esso

Brad Galbraith is known for his exploits in local hockey. But the Ottawa native has a passion for hoops and recently showed he has potential in the sport.

Appleby leaps up

One of Cayman’s premier youth basketball competitions is starting back.

Christopher fancies three-peat

The Collins family is a big part of Bodden Town basketball. Dad James (nicknamed Cadillac) is assistant coach of the squad. Sons Christopher and Justin are team members, with Chris being the star player. All see a future with more success on the court for Bodden Town...

Collins carried Bodden Town

Christopher Collins had every reason to feel pressure this year. His Bodden Town basketball team lost star player Jamaal Miller. Collins, 14, was pushed hard to excel by father James ‘Cadillac’ Collins, who returned as the team’s assistant coach.

Bodden Town boys chase U16 repeat

U16 basketball final preview

Police show off helicopter

Grace Christian Academy and Wesleyan Christian Academy students get a close-up look at the Royal Cayman Island Police Service helicopter after it landed at Ed Bush Playing field in West Bay on Friday. Pilot Dave Knight along with Inspector Richard Barrow and school children inspect the insides of the helicopter.

EE and West Bay serve a split

Community volleyball wrapup

BT holding off Wesleyan

PWC U16 basketball league update

BT starts out spotless

Bodden Town youth basketball

Above the Net repeat

West Bay community volleyball results

BT want to keep title

The PWC U16 hoops league starts for 2011

WB volleys well

West Bay volleyball finals

Scholars and Wesleyan spike best

District volleyball presses on in West Bay

Kids frothy over King’s hoops

Youth rate Kings basketball programme

Academy tops

Cayman Academy football

Schools football


Football tournament preview

Bright Future storms U19 scene

Future Sports Club are a youth basketball force.

Spellers’ skill amazes judges

Secondary Spelling Bee competition Lions Club of Grand Cayman and Education Services

Trust chooses traditional tree

Cayman national trust traditional tree design competition at Bodden Town Mission house

Letters to the Editor: Self Help Foundation makes a pos-itive difference

Self Help Foundation makes a positive difference.

Blazers look to fry Shockwaves


Basketball preview

Powery intends to Shock them again

Shockwaves confident in U19 repeat.

La-Toraes Turkish delight

La-Torae Nixon is one of the prominent players headed to Turkey.

Students to represent JA programme overseas

Eight students have been selected to represent Cayman at the Junior Achievement International Canadian Conference.

Golden Apple awards attract 93

The 4th Golden Apple Awards will take place at The Harquail Theatre on Saturday, 29 May, and comprise of a champagne reception at 6pm, pre-award ceremony at 7pm and the awards show at 8pm.

West Bay league serves youth well

Lots of youth involvement marks West Bay league.

School gets model status

Wesleyan Christian Academy has again been awarded model status for maintaining its Accelerate Christian Education system.

Hear Nettie’s stories at Mission House

Do you know what lies at the end of Gun Square Road in Bodden Town? Have you ever heard of Mary Antoinette Levy? Do you know where the first missionaries came from? If you answered no to any of these questions, perhaps it's time for you to visit the Mission House.

Students feel the power at CUC

Students are getting some powerful work experience this summer at the Caribbean Utilities Company.

WCA students praised

It was so good to read of the success of Wesleyan Christian Academy students who did so well in the competition in the USA.

Queen’s birthday celebrations slated for Saturday

The Cayman Islands will celebrate the birth of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday outside the Legislative Assembly building.

Cayman educators are awarded

Educators were awarded for excellence in teaching at the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman Friday evening.

Golden Apple honourees named

The Chamber of Commerce has announced the following educators as honourees for the 2nd Golden Apple Awards for Excellence in Teaching.

School safety zones created

Several private and public schools in the Cayman Islands will have safety zones set up around them which require drivers passing by those locations to slow down to 15 miles per hour.

Caymanian lawyer joins Maples

Maples and Calder recently welcomed newly qualified Caymanian attorney Bruce Blake to its team. Aristos Galatopoulos, a partner in the firm's litigation department

Students shine in spelling finals

Cayman Islands students ages 10 to 17 matched words this month during the two final spelling bee competitions that brought together the best "orthographers" from local schools - both public and private.

Song, flag debate academic

Schools in the Cayman Islands have indicated a proposal that students should raise the national flag and sing the national song every day could be largely academic.

Chamber presents Golden Apple Awards

Eight educators have received a Golden Apple Award from the Chamber of Commerce for dedication, professionalism and leadership.

Graduates, drive safely

For the past three, four or even more years a graduate is killed because of speed. This is within months or even weeks of walking across that stage.

Golden Apple nominees named

Twenty-four outstanding educators in public and private schools throughout the Cayman Islands have been selected as honourees from a field of more than 150 teachers nominated by parents and students

Celebrate Child Month

Child Month has begun with a range of activities taking place throughout the month of May that relate to the theme, To Each Child: A Family.

Intern carries on family tradition

A young West Bayer is keeping up a family tradition at the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. Being able to work handson with people with special abilities and needs has allowed me to appreciate my own life more the small things, said Sunrise Adult Training Centres occupational therapy intern Flloyd Moxam.

National Day of Prayer held in Legislature

Members of the public and of Cayman's clergy joined Parliamentarians in the Legislative Assembly Thursday afternoon to pray for the welfare of the country and the government, during the 14th annual National Day of Prayer and Thanksgiving.

Youngster designs award-winning logo

Boatswains Beach, the new home of the Cayman Turtle Farm, recently announced Jack Widmer as the winner of its Bosuns Adventure Club logo drawing competition.

Fundraiser hits a high note

The musical efforts of high school students on Grand Cayman culminated in a joint Christmas concert fundraiser - the proceeds of which were recently presented -

Youth Parliament set for March

The chamber of the Legislative Assembly is slated to ring with the voices of Cayman's youth on 13 March this year when a group of them will "take over" the Parliament for a day.

JGHS and CBHS face debate final

Cayman Brac High School and John Gray High School will battle it out Saturday to decide who will represent the Cayman Islands at a Tourism Youth Congress in St. Thomas, USVI next month.

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