Peter Gough is Jersey's cricketer of year again
Jersey cricket captain Peter Gough has been named the island's cricketer of the year for the second year in a row.
He scored 445 runs in the domestic season at an average of 40.5 while captaining Rathbones OVs to their second treble in as many years.
Gough top-scored with 94 not out and also took 24 wickets during the season.
He skippered a young Jersey side in the World Cricket League Division Six tournament in September.
The islanders finished fourth in the table in Malaysia.
Corne Bodenstein won the young cricketer of the year award, having also claimed 24 wickets.