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First Tower seek demotion

Sam Dustow has been confirmed as the new  manager at First Tower Picture: JON GUEGAN

SAM DUSTOW has been promoted from his role as reserve team coach to become First Tower United’s first team manager, but the club's rise into the Premiership has brought problems.

Holders won't defend Jeremie Cup

St Paul's won't be entering the Jeremie Cup this season Picture: Max Coomer

CHANNEL Islands champions St Paul’s have turned their back on Guernsey’s Jeremie Cup competition this season – just a few months after winning the silverware for the second time in five years.


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Jersey stretch legs, but stay grounded

Rugby. Jersey v Ayr friendly. Picture: JON GUEGAN

A BRIGHT start, but Harvey Biljon and his new team won’t be getting carried away with the seven tries to nil, 43-0, beating of one of Scotland’s top club sides Ayr in their opening pre-season fixture at St Peter on Saturday.

Rae retained as JRFC captain

Alex Rae will captain JRFC for the 2014/15 season

JERSEY RFC head coach Harvey Biljon has confirmed that Alex Rae will retain the captaincy for the forthcoming Greene King IPA Championship season.


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Kearns and Taylor-made JEP Cup win for Walkovers

The victorious Walkovers team

BOWLER Tom Kearns’ four-wicket haul and a 75-run opening partnership between Ian Crocker and Sam Taylor were instrumental in InfrasoftTech Walkovers winning the JEP Brighter Cricket KO Cup final last night.


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Shadine hungry for Gold Coast chance


JERSEY’S Shadine Duquemin says she’s more determined than ever to work hard on her throwing after missing out on Friday’s Commonwealth women’s discus final.

Top eight finish for Duquemin


REUNITED with his own discus but having to contend with lashing rain at Hampden Park, Jersey thrower Zane Duquemin produced what he described as one of the best performances of his career to clinch eighth place in the Commonwealth Games final.

Duquemin through to discus final


ZANE DUQUEMIN has booked a place in his second Commonwealth Games final of the week, after progressing through qualification at Hampden Park in Glasgow today.


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Spence (45) puts in another solid show


JERSEY’S Chris Spence finished an admirable 31st from 56 starters in Thursday’s 38.4 kilometre road race in Glasgow, as teammate Richard Tanguy was forced to withdraw prior to the event with injury.

Bike trio give their all

Rhys Hidrio finished 19th in the mountain bike cross-country yesterday

MOUNTAIN BIKE trio Rhys Hidrio, Richard Tanguy and James Patterson finished 19th, 22nd and 23rd respectively in Glasgow yesterday as Jersey’s cyclists finally began their Commonwealth quests at Cathkin Braes.

Mansell seeking a Town triple


ISLAND cyclist Greg Mansell is hoping to make it three wins in a row next month at the 2014 Jersey Evening Post Town Criterium, and he is on the hunt for another ‘sleeve-trick’ to secure such success.


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Guthrie and Co miss medals


THERE will be no Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games medal for Jersey's Serena Guthrie and her England netball compatriots, after they lost 52-48 to Jamaica this morning.

England suffer semi anguish

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ENGLAND'S netballers - including Jersey girl Serena Guthrie - will contest the Commonwealth bronze medal match tomorrow in Glasgow after suffering a 35-34 defeat to New Zealand in the dying seconds of their semi-final this morning.

England thrash Trinidad & Tobago

Jersey girl Serena Guthrie in action for England at the SECC in Glasgow. Picture: David Ferguson

JERSEY'S Serena Guthrie and her England teammates thrashed Trinidad and Tobago at the SECC in Glasgow this morning - and are now well positioned to progress to the semi-finals.


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