Tag "Muratti"

Home hoodoo not a worry to the boss


STEVE SHARMAN is confident of a first Muratti Vase win in three years this afternoon  as Guernsey look to finally end their Footes Lane hoodoo.

GFA ruined women’s football fottball

SO THE Guernsey Football Association are saddened to have to announce the Ladies Muratti will not be taking place this year because of the lack of availability of suitable qualified players. The players have to be affiliated to the GFA and signed to play for a local club. The GFA have forgotten to mention the fact that it is because of their incompetence and wish to destroy ladies football in the first place that has led these people, who only wanted to enjoy and play the game, to walk away from them.

Back in with the old...

Newly-appointed president of the Policy and Resources Committee Gavin St Pier. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 14875324)

...after a close-fought vote for the top job, as Neil Ross’s Emile explains to his cousin. And there is much for him to write about – not least an election, the slow forming of a ‘new’ government and the latest crime figures from the head of law enforcement

Marsh and Addison named in final 18


RIVER MARSH and Tom Martin could both start in a Muratti Vase Final for the first time after being named in Guernsey’s squad for this weekend’s clash at Springfield.

Finest Muratti footballers showcased

Picture By Peter Frankland. 03-05-06 Rob Batiste and the Muratti 100 book.

A COMMEMORATIVE book celebrating the 100th Muratti Vase final has been published, featuring the finest footballers ever to grace the biggest event in Channel Islands sport.

Alderney 0, Guernsey 1


MANY had predicted a record-breaking glut of goals heading into it, but ultimately, Ross Allen’s penalty was the only difference as Guernsey avoided embarrassment and ensured their spot in the 100th Muratti Vase Final.

Little focused on retaining the Muratti Vase


DESPITE having some ‘exciting’ longer-term aims, Brian Little has revealed that attempting to retain the Muratti Vase is his sole objective in his first few months as Jersey manager.

Police charge puts charity into a spin

POLICE argue they are being careful with public money in times of austerity. It is now a common refrain from States departments as charging for public services increasingly becomes the norm.