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Summary

  1. Latest from the Gotland 2017 Island Games
  2. Debate continues on Guernsey's Policy and Resource Plan
  3. Clinton Pringle: Balloons released to mark anniversary of death
  4. Updates on Tuesday 27 June 2017

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As the sun sets on another day in the islands of Gotland and the Channel Islands it's time for us to go.

We'll be back from 08:00 with more from the Games and the top Channel Islands stories.

We'll leave you with the medal table at the end of Day Three.

Medal table
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Guernsey through after 1-1 draw

Guernsey medals on Tuesday at the Gotland 2017 Island Games

Archery

Gold - Lisa Gray and Jason Le Page, Mixed Recurve Head to Head Team Knockout

Silver - Zoe Gray and Mike Marquand, Mixed Compound Head to Head Team Knockout

Athletics

Bronze - Indi Gallagher, 400m Women

Cycling

Gold - James Roe, Men's Individual Mountain Bike Cross Country

Silver - Men's Team Mountain Bike Cross Country

Shooting

Silver - Rebecca Margetts and Nikki Trebert, ISSF 25m Standard Pistol Team Women

Silver - Paul Guillou, ISSF 10m Air Rifle - Men

Swimming

Gold - Tom Hollingsworth, Men's 100m Butterfly

Gold - Men's 4x50m Freestyle Relay

Bronze - Orla Rabey, Women's 800m Freestyle

Bronze - Laura Le Cras, Women's 200m Individual Medley

Bronze - Women's 4x50m Medley Relay

Table Tennis

Gold - Team event

Does this count as a selfie?

Our reporter Oscar Pearson has been keeping us updated with the Guernsey v Saaremaa football this evening.

However, the big question is does this picture of the Saaremaa keeper including Oscar's shadow and phone count as a selfie.

Really we're only throwing it out there so we have an excuse to use this awesome picture.

Football
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Another successful night in the pool for Guernsey's swimmers

Louise Sayers

BBC Radio Guernsey

Tom Hollingsworth took his third gold of the games in the Men's 100m Butterfly.

The Men's 4x50m Freestyle Relay - made up of Jonathan Beck, Ben Lowndes, Miles Munro and Tom Teasdale - also secured another gold.

Guernsey also secured 3 bronze medals, courtesy of Laura Le Cras in the 200m Individual Medley, Orla Rabey in the 800m Freestyle, and the Women's 4x50m medley relay.

Pool
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Jersey pair face hosts in Beach Volleyball semi-finals

Bero Bobus and Ruben Vieira's second place finish in Group B put them up against the winners of Group A in the semi-finals.

Gotland's Hannes Brinkborg and Viktor Jonsson have not dropped a set so far in the competition.

The match starts on Thursday at 09:00 BST.

Jersey's medals on Tuesday at the Gotland 2017 Island Games

Archery

Bronze - Mixed Compound Head to Head Team Knockout

Athletics

Silver - Peter Irving, 110m Hurdles Men

Cycling

Bronze - Women's Team Mountain Bike Cross Country

Bronze - Men's Team Mountain Bike Cross Country

Shooting

Bronze - David Turner, ISSF 10m Air Rifle Men

Swimming

Silver - Gemma Atherley, Women's 100m Backstroke

Don't forget the physios

Rob Byrne

BBC News Online

It's been all about the athletes so far but don't forget that any well-oiled sporting machine has a team of medical experts behind it looking after those tired muscles.

Here are Jersey's team on a recent bike ride, and Guernsey's 'in action' below.

Jersey currently sits top of the medal table, with a total of 32 including 14 golds. Guernsey are fourth also with 32 medals, 10 of which are gold.

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Medal table: Guernsey 3rd and Jersey 4th

Medal table
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Representing Guernsey means everything - Hollingsworth

Watch Guernsey's women's relay team take bronze

All square at half time in Guernsey v Saaremaa

Guernsey finish day in the pool with another medal

We said earlier that Laura Le Cras has one of every medal, well she now has two bronzes.

Le Cras, Courtney Butcher, Robyn Le Friec and Tatiana Tostevin claimed the medal with third place in the Women's 4 x 50m Medley Relay.

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Gold for Guernsey's men in 4x50m Freestyle

It's gold for Guernsey's 4 x 50m Freestyle Relay team.

Jonathan Beck, Ben Lowndes, Miles Munro, Tom Teasdale finished in 1:31.69.

Flag, medal and logo
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Bronze for Jersey in men's Cross Country

Jersey's team of cross country cyclists have put in a strong performance to claim a bronze, despite not getting any individual medal places.

Their highest finisher was eight placed Rhys Hidrio.

The rest of the bronze winning team are: Oliver Lowthorpe (14th), James Patterson (16th), James Dilks (19th), and Luc Monpetit-le brun (26th).

Cross Country
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Silver medal for Guernsey Cross Country team

Guernsey's team of cross country cyclists, including gold medallist James Roe, have also won silver in the team event.

Roe's fellow cyclists, from a field of 37 athletes were: Sam Culverwell (4th) , Michael Serafin (7th), Andrew Colver (15th), Bradley Vaudin (20th).

Cross Country
BBC

The team were a place above Jersey, who claimed bronze.

Guernsey focused on their game not neighbour's fate

Bronze for Le Cras in medley

Guernsey's Laura Le Cras now has a full collection of Gotland 2017 medals.

Her bronze in the Women's 200m Individual Medley has been added to a silver in the 400m Individual Medley and gold in the 4x50m Freestyle Relay.

Flag, medal and logo
Getty Images/Gotland 2017

Also in the 200m medley Jersey's Gemma Atherley was disqualified.

All level in Guernsey v Saaremaa

Allen puts Guernsey ahead

Fewer goals cost us - Cassidy

Tim Pryor

BBC Sport

Jersey men's football manager Martin Cassidy said his side needed to be better in front of goal to qualify for the semi-finals.

His side beat Orkney 3-0 this afternoon, but rivals Menorca put six past Alderney to qualify by a single goal on goal difference.

However, Cassidy felt hard done by after his side remained unbeaten in the tournament.

We're really disappointed because this team was good enough to go all the way, but you sometimes don't always get what you deserve.

Martin CassidyJersey men's football manager

The golden moment for Guernsey's Table Tennis team

Jersey flags out in force in Gotland

Naomi Dunning

BBC Radio Jersey, Reporter

Jersey flags are everywhere at the team hotel.

One cheeky athlete has even attached one to a bird scarer, designed to keep the seagulls away.

jersey flag
BBC
jersey flags
BBC

Silver to add to Atherley gold

Jersey's Gemma Atherley has won her second medal at the Gotland games, winning a silver in the 100m Backstroke.

Her time of 1:03.07 put her narrowly ahead the Western Isles' Kathryn Offer.

Atherley already has a gold to her name, triumphing in the 200m Freestyle.

Jersey Silver medal
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Cycling gold: Guernsey's Roe on winning gold

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Absolutely buzzing. Better than I could have expected. Obviously you hope for that, but there are some awesome riders here.

James RoeGuernsey mountain bike gold medallist

Sark's impressive games record still 'a secret' to team manager

Jen Smith

BBC Channel Islands

Sark's impressive Island Games record was mentioned in the Scottish Parliament last week.

The island is one of the most successful competitors per capita, with 21 medals so far, one for every 30 people living on the island.

sark shooters
BBC
Gotland won a bronze medal for shooting on Sunday

SNP politician Maree Todd raised it in Holyrood during a debate to provide financial support to athletes in Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles.

Sark Team Manager Kevin Adams says he's not sure what the secret is of Sark's success - or if he does, he's not giving it up!

Find out more tonight at 18:30 on BBC Channel Islands News.

Robilliard narrowly misses bronze

Rob Byrne

BBC News Online

Two hundredth of a second - that was the difference between a forth placed finish and a medal for Guernsey's Kylie Robilliard in the 100m hurdles.

The former Aland gold winner in 2009 ran a 15.54, fractionally behind the Isle of Man's Hannah Riley (15:52).

Kylie Robilliard competing in Aland, in 2009
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Kylie Robilliard (in lane five) competing in Aland, in 2009

Gold for Hollingsworth in the pool

Rob Byrne

BBC News Online

Guernsey's Tom Hollingsorth has won gold in the Men's 100m Butterfly.

He edged ahead of the Isle of Man's Brody Hewison.

The swimmer won in 56:13.

Guernsey gold medal
Getty Images/Gotland 2017

GB and Guernsey sprinter offers congratulations

Third medal for Rabey in the pool

BreakingFootball: Jersey out after Alderney loss

Tim Pryor

BBC Sport

Jersey are out of the men's football at the Island Games despite winning 3-0 against Orkney this evening.

Menorca claimed a 6-0 win over Alderney, with a last gasp sixth, to go through to the semi-finals by a single goal on goal difference.

Jersey vs Orkney
BBC

Gold for Guernsey's Roe in tight finish

Jen Smith

BBC Channel Islands

Win, but anxious wait for Jersey

Jersey silver in 110m hurdles

Peter Irving has got a silver for Jersey in the men's 110m hurdles, crossing the finish line in 15:82.

He was beaten by Saaremaa's Rauno Liitmäe, who ran 15:63.

Jersey silver medal
Getty Images/Gotland 2017

Freestyle bronze for Guernsey

Rob Byrne

BBC News Online

Finals in a number of events are under way at the pool tonight and the first medal for Guernsey has gone to Orla Rabey, who's got a bronze in the 800m Freestyle.

Her 9:16:41 effort put her just ahead of Jersey's Elissa Polak, who was some seven seconds off a medal.

Guernsey bronze medal
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Jersey 3-0 up in clash with Orkney

Jersey airport has fourth most delays

BBC Radio Jersey

Jersey airport
BBC

A BBC study has revealed Jersey Airport is in the top five for the most flight delays in the British Isles.

The report found that from the British Isles one in five flights to popular holiday destinations were delayed by more than 30 minutes last summer.

That amounts to 38,000 flights.

Most were from London airports - Luton, Stansted, Gatwick and Heathrow, but Jersey came in at fourth on the list.

The BBC analysed Civil Aviation Authority data from 25 airports. The data did not cover flights that were cancelled.

Clinton Pringle: Father 'walking' in his last footsteps

Ryan Morrison

BBC News Online

The father of Clinton Pringle, the three-year-old boy who died after being knocked over by a van in Tunnel Street, St Helier, a year ago today, says walking in his last footsteps was "very difficult".

Michael Pringle said he had never been to Jersey until shortly after the death of his son. He said the first thing he did when coming to Jersey was to follow his last movements.

Pringle family
BBC

I walked through the passageway he walked on the day. It is my first memory and will always be my overwhelming memory of Jersey.

Michael PringleFather

He was in Jersey to mark the first anniversary of the accident. Mr Pringle said every time he comes back he goes back to the street and the passageway where Clinton was hit by the van.

Clinton Pringle
Michael Pringle

Every time I walk through that passageway, I look at the place, I look at the street and it is difficult, it’s very difficult.

Michael PringleFather

Clinton Pringle: 'An emotional year'

Ryan Morrison

BBC News Online

Michael Pringle, the father of the three-year-old boy who died after being knocked over by a van in St Helier a year ago today says it has been "an emotional and difficult year" for the family.

He was in Jersey to mark the anniversary of Clinton Pringle's death. They released green balloons and left toys and flowers at the location of the crash.

Michael Pringle
BBC

It is surreal what’s happened to us, there is no sense. It’s left us raw, we feel worse now we know the details of what’s happened. It’s reopened an old wound and left us with another on top.

Michael PringleFather