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Festivals keep ‘em coming

Music festivals in the Caribbean have grown exponentially in recent years thanks to the drawing power of social media. They were already popular but in images of having all that fun on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram has lured many more to the region. Various islands host music extravaganzas throughout …

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50 best in World Cup squad

Cayman’s 50 best teenage footballers have a year to prepare for World Cup action. In preparation for the Caribbean Football Union Under 20 World Cup Playoffs, scheduled for July/August 2018, 50 players have been selected to training as the Cayman Islands Men’s Under 20 National Football squad. They are: Albertini …

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Delta and Genesis have best touch

After the first three rounds of the Tradeview Markets Corporate Summer League 2017 teams are beginning to show their worth, organise their game plans and lay down a marker for the season. In the Premier League, it is no surprise that the only two teams still undefeated are Delta and …

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Sealy keeps them frustrated

They say that goalkeepers are the maddest members of a football team because of the hazards associated with that position. Yes, there have been some eccentric keepers over the years in world football, but when it comes to the Cayman national stopper, they could not have found a more level …

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Juniors smashed it in Jamaica

The Cayman Islands had seven of their top tennis juniors compete in Jamaica in two international tournaments in recent weeks and all did well. The juniors have all played and trained at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, under the coaching of Dale Avery and Rob Seward. In the under 12s …

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Academy fields 96 players

Academy Sports Club has taken 96 players from six teams to Blaine, Minnesota to participate in the 33rd annual Schwan’s USA Cup. The Academy teams competing in the Cup are the club’s Under 10, U12, U13, U15 and U17 teams, and for the first time ever, the U12 girls team. …

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Police hunt bar attacker

The hunt is on to find a man who attacked a woman in a busy bar. Police say he is possibly Hispanic and was drinking at Vic’s Bar Sunday night when the attack happened. A woman said he started pulling her as if to dance and touched her inappropriately.  “When …

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Cayman takes part in Venezuelan “referendum”

    More than seven million voters have taken part in a referendum in Venezuela – and those from the South American country living here in Cayman, are making sure their voices are heard too.  According to academics monitoring the poll, voters have strongly opposed government plans for new powers to scrap the National …

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You are MAG-nificent!

  Cayman you’ve done it – you’ve saved a bull from slaughter thanks to your super generosity.  Last week The Cayman Reporter brought you the exclusive story about Magnus, the gentle giant who was desperate for a new home.  Animal lover Juliette Heath had found Magnus the bull a nice new pad – at a petting zoo in North …

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UPDATED: Missing 12 year old found safe and well

UPDATED Missing school girl Hayleigh Sciamonte has been found safe and well. A police report stated that she was located by police in West Bay, thanks to a tip off from a member of the public.  Hayleigh had not been seen for more than three days. It was reported that …

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UPDATED: Doctor dies after being hit by taxi, HSA statement

UPDATED: Tuesday, July 18, 10 a.m. A visiting doctor from Jamaica who was hit by a taxi as she crossed the road yesterday, Monday, July 17, has died at the Cayman Islands Hospital. Vary Anetta Jones-Leslie, aged 62, had only just arrived in Cayman to assist at the hospital. She …

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Charity is the real winner after legends clash

The hair may be a little greyer, and the legs a little slower, but that didn’t stop Cayman’s footballing legends taking to the pitch once more. In the latest in a series of Clash of the Legends games West Bay came out clear winners over East End 6-1. But the …

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Ebanks gave them Paradise

The Paradise Triathlon and Duathlon was a resounding success for organiser Kendall Ebanks of FNSports in its second staging. Last year he was in doubt whether there would be a reasonable turnout. They came out in numbers and this time attendance was better. The Paradise event was so thoroughly enjoyed …

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Dyer moves up to Ivy League

Dominic Dyer may still be only 18 but in the past couple of years he has become Cayman’s outstanding middle-distance athlete. He is a multiple medallist at the CARIFTA Games and last month saw off the challenge of Jamaica’s finest duo at a local meet. Two weeks ago, Dyer went …

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