Jersey have retained rugby's Siam Cup, with a 14-13 victory over Guernsey at Footes Lane.
It was the centenary year of the historic inter-insular.
The two sides met on Saturday (6 November) for the first time since 2019 to battle it out for the second-oldest contested rugby trophy after the Calcutta Cup.
Jersey's coach Myles Landick was delighted to be taking the silverware home.
🇯🇪🔴Wow 🔴 🇯🇪 !!! Thanks so much for all the messages ! What a day !! The heart and determination showed by the squad was amazing ! Coaches, support staff, medical staff and players who couldn’t travel huge team effort. pic.twitter.com/akdhZEuI9d— Myles Landick (@rugbymylo) November 6, 2021
The Jersey Reds clubhouse was packed with supporters cheering on their island.
Up for the Cup! 🇯🇪👏🍾 pic.twitter.com/sT4WjCXM1Z— Jersey Reds (@jerseyrfc) November 6, 2021
Guernsey won the Ladies and Veterans titles, beating Jersey 46-7 and 55-19 respectively.