City Ease Past Crawley In Clack Comeback

Second half goals from the returning Josh Clack, as well as singles from Matt Axell and substitute Sam Ndlovu were enough to see City ease past Crawley Down Gatwick on what was the first of many cold afternoons to come at the Countrywide Gas Stadium.   It was the visitors who had the first sightContinue reading “City Ease Past Crawley In Clack Comeback”

Brown Born To Lead: Her Journey

Last week I spoke with former Scotland international and Jersey Jets captain Jacy Brown about her netballing journey and what it feels like to be captain of the Jets ‘family’. Jacy is a very talented player who has played at the highest levels, but is still down to earth as ever. Have you always playedContinue reading “Brown Born To Lead: Her Journey”

Jersey’s New Football Chapter Set To Begin

Manager James Scott said the team were ‘very much looking forward’ to Sunday’s curtain opener for Parishes of Jersey FC versus YIFA (Yorkshire International Football Association). The game, being hosted at St Peter’s FC at 3:30pm, will be the first time Jersey football fans will witness first hand the side’s inclusion into CONIFA. When IContinue reading “Jersey’s New Football Chapter Set To Begin”

Taggart double gives Eastbourne three big points

A George Taggart double was enough to punish a sluggish Chichester City, despite Connor Cody’s late consolation goal, in what was a thrilling spectacle on Non-League Day 2018.   City started strong, with Kaleem Haitham putting in a near inch perfect ball, only for it to float past Scott Jones.   Jones then had theContinue reading “Taggart double gives Eastbourne three big points”

Shalamon’s Shining in the States

Ever since competing in the Island Games, hosted in his native island of Jersey, Harry Shalamon has been full steam ahead in his quest to achieve all he possibly can in his career. We talked about his time with Tigers Swimming Club, the Commonwealth Games and also his goals for the future, with the JerseymanContinue reading “Shalamon’s Shining in the States”

Vincenti’s Vibrant Professional Football Story

Considering Peter Vincenti has played at Wembley and against some of the biggest clubs in England, the likes of Manchester United and Leeds United, the experienced striker was keen to talk about the ins and outs of professional football and was as down to earth as he has always been, when I caught up withContinue reading “Vincenti’s Vibrant Professional Football Story”

Bickley’s Living The American Dream

When I caught up with Lorne Bickley he sounded as determined as ever to make the big time and, prior to his unfortunate injury, he was firing the goals in left, right and centre. We talked about junior football in Jersey, why he decided to move to America, his successes in freshman year and whatContinue reading “Bickley’s Living The American Dream”

Jersey’s Jenner’s Jaw Dropping Young Career

When I caught up with Jersey cricketer Jonty Jenner it was clear he was still as down to earth as ever, and understandably upbeat considering the continued early successes in his career. We talked about how it all began, his experience playing for Jersey, Sussex and even England, and finished off by talking about hisContinue reading “Jersey’s Jenner’s Jaw Dropping Young Career”