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CHAMPIONS WIN AGAIN
THERE was a welcome return to form for island star Tim Ravenscroft at Port Soif last night, but Odey Rovers will have hoped the opener could have left it for another match.
With Rovers having scored a very handy 153 for four from their 20, Cobo needed a good start to their reply and got it with Ravenscroft and skipper Jamie Nussbaumer taking 98 off the first 11 overs.
Nussbaumer stayed until the end with an undefeated 64, while Ravenscroft departed for a 40-ball 69 which included two sixes and seven fours.
Earlier, Adam Martel had cleared the boundary three times in his 34.
Above: Tom Kirk misses a hook at Port Soif (Picture courtesy of Guernsey Cricket Photos).
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GUERNSEY umpire Martin Gray has been on his travels again, officiating overseas. Well Northern Ireland to be exact.
Both of today's scheduled Swoffers Weekend League Championship games were postponed without a ball being bowled due to the weather.
SUSSEX swept to a convincing eight-wicket victory with more than eight overs to spare in the first of their two games against Nic Pothass national side.
COUNTY side Sussex have named a strong team to take on the Guernsey national team in this coming weeks double header at KGV.