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ALAN TO BE REMEMBERED WITH TROPHY
2014 will long be remembered as the year Guernsey cricket lost one of its biggest characters, friends and key men in the background team - cricket groundsman Alan Hamilton.
To mark his passing and honour his role in domestic cricket the GCB has decided to rename the prestigious ‘Services to Cricket Trophy’ which will now take the name of The Alan Hamilton Trophy.
The winner will be announced on the GCB awards night on Saturday 4 October
HAWKEYE ON SHOW AT ICG
THE first ever joint Guernsey and Jersey Cricket Board CI Cricket Coaching and Umpiring Conference will feature some of the most notable experts in the UK game, as well as a demonstration by Hawkeye, the internationally acclaimed decision analysis tool.
On Saturday 8 November the visiting Hawkeye people will oversee two sessions and in a practical session they they will use the equipment to test out umpires into making decisions that were either out or not out.
Martin Bodenham, the first man to officiate in top football and first-class cricket, will deliver three sessions: 'Life as an Umpire; Field Craft and Man Management' and a ' Practical Session in the Nets'.
Overseeing the coaching during the day will be recently retired England batsman Darren Maddy who will deliver a master class in batting against short-pitch bowling, Steffan Jones, the former Somerset fast bowler, who runs a successful fast bowlers enhancement programme entitled 'Speed Demon'.
Nic Pothas, the Island's director of cricket, will also undertake sessions on wicket-keeping and dynamic fielding.
It's that time of year again. Click below for information about the Awards Presentation 2014.
JERSEY has won the right to stage the ICC European Division One T20 Championships next year.
NOBODY likes to lose and our former senior national coach Andy Cornford is no different.
IMPERIUM Thunderbats just missed out on net run rate having matched their points total, but a year after landing the Division Five title, Strollers have been confirmed as the Division Four champions.