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Jersey manager Martin Cassidy has named his squad for the 102nd Muratti Vase final, including a new captain.Read the full story ›
Jersey manager Martin Cassidy is targeting NatWest Island Games success after his side were beaten 2-1 by Guernsey in the 101st Muratti Vase final on Saturday.
The Casesareans found themselves two goals down after twenty-five minutes at Footes Lane and could not convert their considerable pressure into goals as Guernsey held on to regain the trophy.
Cassidy’s side face a Football Association XI at Springfield next, before travelling to Gotland at the end of June for this summer’s Games.
A 2-1 defeat against the Isle of Man saw Jersey finish seventh on home soil two years ago, but they will hope to challenge for a medal next month.
I’m proud of the players effort. They’ve showed how good a football team they are in possession. We’re just going to go for the Island Games now. We’re going to get ourselves up for this, we’re going to lick our wounds. I’m glad there’s an Island Games coming up, because the best remedy after getting beat in a Muratti is to go and try and win the Gotland Island Games, and that’s certainly what we’ll be trying to do.
Steve Sharman's side hold on to beat Jersey 2-1 in the 101st Muratti Vase final.Read the full story ›
Guernsey are looking to regain the Vase for the first time since 2014, while Jersey are seeking a third straight win against their rivals.Read the full story ›
Jersey manager Martin Cassidy says new captain Cav Miley is ready for the challenge of leading his island in this Saturday's Muratti.Read the full story ›
Jersey have lifted the Muratti Vase for a second time in two years after beating Guernsey 1-0 in front of their home supporters.Read the full story ›
Only one day to go until the historic 100th Muratti.
Whoever wins tomorrow will gain a full year of glory, pride and bragging rights for their island.
Guernsey will be looking for revenge after their shock home loss last year and Jersey will be looking to make it two in a row in front of their home crowd.
Our sports reporter Chris Cunningham has this report.
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