GUERNSEY cricket has come a long way since its very earliest days on the bumpy public areas at Beau Sejour and Cambridge Park.
Then there was the Fort Field pitch where Frank Stroobant once hit a six which landed in a tea cup on the kitchen table of a house in neighbouring Fort Road.
League cricket in Guernsey started in 1927 when the Civil Service won the first evening league title.
It was not until the early 1970s when serious weekend championship cricket was introduced with the four founder sides being the then mighty Rovers, Cobo, GICC and Elizabeth College.
1970 saw the first GCA Knockout final, a highly popular competition which for three decades was the high point of the domestic calendar, outside the annual matches against Jersey.
Report and tables from the final day
Details of what happened on Match Day 2
Match Day 2 Report and Table
First day of competition loses out to rain.
Weekend League: Bowl