Grand Cayman may be a small island, but there are still distinct districts where people spend most of their time. One group says we’d all be better off if people got to know each other from those neighboring areas
It was the basis of the most recent “Clash of Legends” football match that took place on Monday, Bodden Town VS West Bay, as Cayman’s Over-40’s hit the field. Organisers want young people to engage with their peers from neighboring districts.
“The young people I think are starting to show signs of that devisiveness and when they see us coming together, the community, and they see how strong we are and we can do things together and there’s nothing wrong with us socializing and having sporting events, I think it will strengthen the young people, it will give them more of a mind to work with eachother and enjoy the company with eachother and do things together rather than stay in their own district,” said Independent MLA, Alva Suckoo
The next match will be on the 18th of June, East End versus George Town.