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Cayman Airways supports NORCECA

Cayman Airways continues to show its support for the Cayman Islands Volleyball Federation by sponsoring this weekend’s annual NORCECA Beach Volleyball Tournament at Public Beach. Olivia Scott-Ramirez, marketing and public relations manager for Cayman Airways, said the airline has been a proud sponsor of the tournament for many years. “The …

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Cricket tournament raises community funds

  Large crowds flocked to the George Town Cricket Field on Easter Sunday, April 16, attracted by the T20 cricket tournament and the various fish dishes cooked up by the volunteers of the Kings Adventist Church’s Community Services Department. Kings Church Community Services Department, with the support of the Adventist …

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Marshall fulfils tri ambition

By Ron Shillingford Ron@caymanreporter.com The old adage that life begins at 40 certainly applies to Rohan Marshall in sporting terms. For a couple of years now Marshall was aiming to make his debut in the three-discipline event and a month ago he did just that in the sprint event at …

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CONCACAF bids for World Cup

The United States, Mexico and Canada will make a bid to host jointly the FIFA 2026 World Cup. At the recent Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONACAF) conference in Aruba, the 41-member continent-wide organisation which the Cayman Islands belongs to, gave their blessing for a bid …

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Jamaica boosts sports setup

  Jamaica’s elite athletes will soon no longer need to travel outside of the country to receive the best treatment for injuries and other ailments. The Government plans to set up a Caribbean Sports Medicine Centre on the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies. To be established …

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Legends coming for event

Some of the biggest name in professional sport will visit Grand Cayman in a couple of weeks. New York company MSG out and Epic Day Entertainment announced that NFL stars Darrel Young of the Carolina Panthers and Dominic Rodgers-Cromartie of the New York Giants are set to host an NFL …

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Lyston tipped as new Bolt

By Ron Shillingford Ron@caymanreporter.com When the Jamaican team competes at CARIFTA over the Easter weekend, the athlete most on everyone’s lips will be a sprinter who will not even be there – Brianna Lyston. She is only 12 years old yet already being hailed as Jamaica’s successor to Usain Bolt …

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Special needs kids enjoy football too

Academy Sports Club’s Football4All programme has been providing children with special needs the opportunity to participate in an organised football programme for over four years. Sponsorship has come from The Wellness Centre, the Special Needs Foundation and EFG Bank AG. The programme first started in 2013 and has run about …

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