Ashes star Taylor lends GCB a helping hand


THE official stats say there is no better batsman in world T20 women’s cricket than new Sussex captain Sarah Taylor, who was at the ICG Centre yesterday, bat in hand, to launch the local game’s new and exciting plans for the development of women’s cricket.

Griffins unveil new signings

Goldridge Griffins

AHEAD of the 2014 outdoor cricket season, Goldridge Griffins have signalled their intent with three high-profile signings for their Evening League Division One side.

Hard work pays off for Breban


A HARD winter of tweaking his bowling action could pay dividends for Matt Breban if he gets the chance to impress in Malaysia next month.

Pothas names his squad for Malaysia


NIC POTHAS has named his 14 for the vital ICC Pepsi WCL Division Five tournament in Malaysia in a month’s time, with the director of cricket confirming it as ‘the most difficult selection since I’ve been on the island’.

Frith out of WCL5 in Malaysia


JEREMY FRITH will miss Guernsey’s World Cricket League Division Five mission to Malaysia in March, but former county star Lee Savident seems set to return.

Savident wants to be on the plane to Malaysia


LEE SAVIDENT admits it would be a gamble for Guernsey to select him for the ICC World Cricket League Division Five, but he ‘definitely’ wants to be on the plane to Malaysia in March.

Super League for 2014


CLUB identity is at the forefront of plans for a new-look league structure for Guernsey cricket in 2014 and – it is hoped – beyond.

Cricket CEO challenges government


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 fail with the bat again

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.

Frith nears batting record

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.

Le Tissier dynasty springs Luke

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.

Champions in the driving seat

MITON OPTIMAL have their destiny in their own hands following a crucial win over fellow Swoffers Weekend Championship title contenders 2mi Wanderers on Saturday.