Jamie Nussbaumer has stepped down as Guernsey cricket captain after five years leading the island side.
He was appointed by former head coach Nic Pothas and skippered Guernsey to one inter-insular victory in 2015.
The fast bowler also captained the island at four ICC World Cricket League tournaments, most recently in South Africa this month where Guernsey were relegated after finishing sixth.
The Sarnians also endured relegation in 2014, but bounced straight back a year later after regaining the inter-insular from Jersey that summer.
Nussbaumer says he will still make himself available for selection as Guernsey look to return to Division 5 once again.