The award goes to the outstanding performer of the year
The Guernsey Sports Commission has released its shortlist of nominations for its biggest award of 2009.
There are four people being put forward for the main prize - the Guernsey Sports Commission Trophy for the outstanding performer of the year.
They are cricketer Jeremy Frith, bowls world title holder Alison Merrien, golf champion Aimee Ponte and US Junior Open winner Heather Watson.
The winner will be decided by a panel of commission staff and island media.
All-rounder Frith was named man of the tournament in both the World Cricket League Division Seven tournament in Guernsey and Division Six in Singapore and World Cricket League Division Six tournament in Singapore as Guernsey finished third.
2008 - Alison Merrien
2007 - Andy Priaulx
2006 - Andy Priaulx
2005 - Andy Priaulx
2004 - Andy Priaulx
Merrien, who won the award in 2008, won the World Indoor Bowls Championships women's singles title and reached world number one in the rankings. She won a third consecutive British Isles Indoor Bowls Championship and just lost the World Indoor Bowls Tour Championships final to Wycombe's Debbie Stavrou.
Ponte became the island's ladies golf champion aged 13, and followed it up by securing the island junior title.
Watson won the US Junior Open, was named Aegon Junior Player of the Year, has announced she is preparing to go professional in the new year and missed out to Tom Daley in the battle for the 2009 Young Sports Personality of the Year title.
The Guernsey Sporting Achievement Awards Evening for 2009 is due to take place on 20 January and includes awards for teams, individuals, events and development within sport.