CLUB identity is at the forefront of plans for a new-look league structure for Guernsey cricket in 2014 and – it is hoped – beyond.
THE chief executive of the Guernsey Cricket Board has made a case for sport to be handed a small percentage of the island’s health budget as well as an increase from Education because it is doing so much good to keep each department’s potential expenditure down.
GUERNSEY cricket won’t be going down the same route as GFC, the island’s rugby boys and the Panthers netball team.
JAMIE NUSSBAUMER says that the introduction of a new ‘European League’ next summer can only be a good thing for his developing young side.
GUERNSEY’S top cricketers will have an additional international challenge in 2014.
MAX ELLIS admits that his Guernsey player of the year award came as a big surprise.
THE slow strangling of Guernsey’s top batsmen – what’s left of them after injuries and retirements – made for excrutiating viewing in the late Saturday afternoon sunshine at KGV.
AFTER the frustration of missing out a year ago, Jeremy Frith is determined to keep his fantastic success going, in tomorrow’s Marlborough Trophy inter-insular match at the KGV.
LUKE LE TISSIER has vowed to do everything he can to win a place on the plane to Malaysia and the next World League tournament early in 2014.
THE unjust got their just desserts on Saturday on a dramatic last day in the Swoffers Weekend Championship.
MITON OPTIMAL have their destiny in their own hands following a crucial win over fellow Swoffers Weekend Championship title contenders 2mi Wanderers on Saturday.
STAND up and be counted is the challenge that has been laid down for players wanting a place in Guernsey’s inter-insular team.