TO HEAR some of them, you would have thought it was the end of the world.
LIKE cricket, the golf season is fast approaching a conclusion.
THREE questions come to mind after Guernsey’s 2013 European T20 Division One Championship campaign in Sussex, writes ROB BATISTE.
TWO years ago Guernsey’s T20 team made the short hop over to Jersey for the climax of the European T20 Championships and made a hash of things.
TEN years ago almost to the week we were romping to victory in the medals table at our home Island Games.
THE Twitter feeds were feverishly hot yesterday and Sam Cochrane (pictured right), the good and determined skipper that he is, was bravely batting for the Green Lions as the club came under fire for begging for money to save an FA Cup campaign before it had even started.
THE relevance of evening league cricket is perhaps the lowest it has been since the first years of the competition in 1927.
LET’S be honest, it has not been a great year for a large proportion of our island elite.
HE’S a canny guy that Craig Culkin.
THE stats will disappear from the mind over time, but surely not the legend that will be the 2012-13 season for Guernsey football.
THERE really are some goofs at the Football Association, a body which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year.
THE summer track and field season is up and running and the GIAAC have gained another triple jump pit.