Turner dreams big on home soil

With the Super League Triathlon coming to Jersey in less than a week I caught up with Ollie Turner, the local prospect who is going up against the Brownlee brothers and other top triathletes. We talked about how he first ventured into the sport, what exactly this big event is, and what it means toContinue reading “Turner dreams big on home soil”

Is Conifa the break Jersey football needed?

When the Uefa congress rejected Jersey’s appeal to be an international football nation back in February many football loving islanders were left disappointed and frustrated. Fast forward seven months and the community are buzzing after the new possibilities which have arisen, due to the work of former island player, James Scott, who has managed toContinue reading “Is Conifa the break Jersey football needed?”

Biljon’s rewarding rugby career round up

Harvey Biljon has had a very successful career in rugby up to this point. I was lucky enough to catch up with the Jersey Reds head coach, with the South African national talking about the many successes he has had in rugby, and what his aims are for the future, both with the Reds andContinue reading “Biljon’s rewarding rugby career round up”

Heroic Herbert claims three points against hardworking Loxwood

A David Herbert brace, along with a goal each for substitute Sam Nduluv and Tiago Andrade separated Chichester City from Loxwood in a thrilling 4-2 victory. Brendan Millborrow had the first chance of the game, with the centre back towering high to head the ball, only to see it go narrowly wide of the post.Continue reading “Heroic Herbert claims three points against hardworking Loxwood”

Four weeks in the life of the Premier League – Early verdicts

  So, many of us had the best summer of our lives, watching Gareth’s boys reach the semi-finals, which sounds daft for countries like Spain, France, Germany and Italy, but the beer was flowing, the chants were being sung and our Scottish friends were hiding. Four weeks ago, our friends became enemies when it comesContinue reading “Four weeks in the life of the Premier League – Early verdicts”