Fourteen- year- old Raeanne Ebanks-Hyde is a promising young athlete. A member of the Elite Sports since 2015, Raeanne has competed in the U13, U15, and U18 teams in the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) domestic league.
In 2018 Raeanne had the distinction of being selected to compete in CONCACAF U15 tournament in Florida.
That same year she was nominated to attend Gazprom’s Football for Friendship International Children’s Programme held in Russia.
Through this program, she was able to meet over 900 other young footballers from around the world. Reports from her coaches are that while in Russia, she displayed maturity, confidence and represented her country well. Although football is her sport of choice, Raeanne is also involved in other sporting activities including netball and track & field.
In spite of her talent for sports Raeanne is still a top scholar. She was recognised several times for her outstanding academic performance while a student at Sir John A Cumber Primary School. At her 2016 graduation from that institution, Raeanne was a recipient of the Mario Ebanks Award for all-round performance as well as the Sir John A. Cumber Award for outstanding achievement.
Raeanne is currently a student at the John Gray High School and shows no sign of slowing down. In 2018, while she was a year eight student, she received level one passes in English A and Principles of Business as well as a level two pass in English B. She was also selected by her peers as the recipient of the John Gray High School Hero Award that same year.
Raeanne is not only athletic and brilliant, but she is also beautiful and talented. She loves to sing and dance and oftentimes showcases her skills by participating in pageants. She has competed in six pageants to date with success in three.