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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    The sun has already set on another day of the Gotland Island Games and our updates from the Swedish island and the Channel Islands.

    We'll be back from 08:00 with more.

  2. Guernsey medals on Wednesday at Gotland 2017


    Silver - Lisa Gray, Women's Compound Head to Head Knockout

    Silver - Lisa Gray, Women's Recurve Head to Head Knockout

    Bronze - Chantelle Goubert, Women's Recurve Head to Head Knockout


    Silver - Sarah Mercier, 5,000m Women

    Bronze - Louise Perrio, 5,000m Women


    Bronze - Women's Team Road Race


    Gold - Tom Hollingsworth, Men's 200m Backstroke

    Gold - Miles Munro, Men's 100m Freestyle

    Silver - Ben Lowndes, Men's 100m Individual Medley

    Silver - Miles Munro, Men's 50m Butterfly

    Silver - Men's 4x100m Medley Relay

    Bronze - Jonathan Beck, Men's 100m Freestyle

    Bronze - Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay

  3. Jersey medals on Wednesday at Gotland 2017


    Bronze - Angela Perrett, Women's Compound Head to Head Knockout


    Gold - Sarah Campion and Susan De Gruchy, ISSF 50m Prone Smallbore Rifle Team Women

    Silver - Stephen Bouchard and Andrew Chapman, ISSF 50m Prone Smallbore Rifle Team Men

    Bronze - Mary Norman, ISSF 25m Sport Pistol - Women

    Bronze - James Daly, IPSC Standard Division

    Bronze - Tobias Cabaret and James Daly, IPSC Standard Division Team

    Bronze - Bruce Horwood and Deborah Thompson, ISSF 300M Centre Fire Prone Rifle Team


    Silver - Gemma Atherley, Women's 200m Freestyle

    Silver - Gemma Atherley, Women's 200m Backstroke

    Bronze - Dillon Pestana, Men's 200m Backstroke

  4. See the moment Jersey's women were told they were in the semi-finals

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    Video caption: Island Games 2017: Jersey's women's footballers beat Gibraltar 6-0 to progress
  5. Guernsey swimmers continue medal success

    Swimming continues to deliver the most medals for Guernsey.

    With two golds, three silvers and two bronzes in the pool this evening the sport has a total of 19; seven gold, four silver and eight bronzes.

    Archery is next with 12 medals - three gold, seven silver and two bronzes - with two silvers and one bronze coming today.

  6. Medal table: Guernsey 3rd, Jersey 5th

    Medal table
  7. Early goal was important to settle nerves - Barnett

    Defending champions Jersey are through to the semi-finals of the women's football as best runner up after a 6-0 win over Gibraltar.

    Gibraltar v Jersey
    Quote Message: We're over the moon. Obviously we were disappointed coming out of the Isle of Wight game... we picked ourselves up, turned it round and we played some really good football today, back to winning ways. from Libby Barnett Jersey midfielder
    Libby BarnettJersey midfielder

    On two goals from Captain Eve Watson inside the first six minutes Barnett said: "We wanted to set the tone and getting an early goal was important... we were able to settle our nerves a little bit then the goals just kept coming."

  8. The athlete who has represented Jersey and Guernsey

    Our sports editor Tim Pryor caught up with Stuart Black who has represented both Jersey and Guernsey in the Island Games.

    He represented Jersey in the the 2005 island games for swimming, but later picked up Volleyball.

    For family reasons he moved to Guernsey before the 2015 Island Games, but still represented Jersey.

    He said it was difficult and expensive to train in the last games, as he had to travel across the islands every week.

    He now proudly represents Guernsey in the Volleyball.

    Stuart Black
    Quote Message: It's very difficult to sit on the sidelines and cheer. I'm wearing green and white so obviously I'll be supporting the green army, but at the same time i'll be supporting Jersey. It's a silly little argument the islands have.
  9. Guernsey swimmers narrowly miss silver

    It was a tight finish in the Women's 4x100m Freestyle Relay, with Guernsey claiming bronze.

    The team of Courtney Butcher, Laura Le Cras, Robyn Le Friec, and Orla Rabey swam the distance in 3:53:81.

    They were fractionally behind the Isle of man, who finished in 3:53:56.

    The Faroe Islands came first in 3:51:66.

    Guernsey bronze medal
  10. Basketball: Jersey out in quarters

    Rob Byrne

    BBC News Online

    Jersey won't be joining Guernsey in the men's basketball semi-finals, after they lost to 102-40 to the Cayman Islands this evening.

    Also in the semis are Saaremaa and Gibraltar.

  11. Silver for Guernsey 4x100m team

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    Guernsey's team of Thomas Hollingsworth, Ben Lowndes, Miles Munro and Oliver Nightingale managed a joint effort of 3:48:02, less than two seconds behind winners the Isle of Man.

    Jersey's 4x100m team came in fifth and last place with a time of 4:06:53.

  12. Halksworth top CI finisher in road race

    Naomi Dunning

    BBC Radio Jersey, Reporter

    Daniel Halksworth
    Image caption: Daniel Halksworth

    There were no individual Channel Island medals in the men's road race earlier.

    Mihkel Raim, of Saaremaa, won by more than a minute, from second placed Davur Magnussen from the Faroe Islands.

    Daniel Halksworth from Jersey came ninth, whilst Simon Campbell from Guernsey was 16th.

  13. Second silver for Atherley in the pool this evening

    Gemma Atherley beat two Guernsey finalists to get a medal in the Women's 200m Backstroke this evening.

    Her 2:14:69 swim was enough to get a silver, her second of the evening, and fourth medal of the games.

    Guernsey's Courtney Butcher came fourth and fellow Sarnian Tatiana Tostevin fifth.

    Guernsey silver medal
  14. Medals keep coming for Jersey's shooting side

    Jersey's shooters have their 13th games medal thanks to Tobias Cabaret and James Daly.

    The pair were beaten by the Cayman Islands and Gotland to gain a bronze in the IPSC Standard Division Team event.

    Jersey bronze medal
  15. Munro takes silver in 50m Butterfly

    Guernsey swimmer Miles Munro has added a silver to his gold medal collection in Gotland.

    The three-time champion at the games came second to Saaremaa's Priit Aavik in the butterfly, with a swim of 25:21.

    Guernsey silver medal