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Saints hit for six

Jersey Scottish captain Luke Watson lifts the FR Wheway Memorial Trophy at Springfield. Picture: Rob Currie (02140034)

JERSEY Scottish retained the FR Wheway Memorial Trophy at Springfield last night after scoring three goals in each half to beat St Ouen 6-1.

MacCarthy: Saints deserve title

Kevin MacCarthy. Picture: David Ferguson (01957050)

CHARACTER and commitment are the chief reasons why St Paul's have regained the Jersey Football Combination Premiership title this season.

Scots' title slips away

Scottish's Ryan Poingdestre is tracked by Tom Turquet in Saturday's Premiership match at St Clement. Picture: David Ferguson (02137199)

ST PAUL'S regained the Premiership title on Saturday after champions Jersey Scottish, the only team who could have denied them, slipped up by dropping two points away to St Clement in a 1-1 draw.


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Jersey Athletic beat Blackheath

Brian Rennison (02137186)

JERSEY Athletic beat Blackheath A 68-19 at St Peter on Saturday afternoon to secure second position in the final Zoo Sports Shield Premier Division table of the season.

Masters of their own destiny

Jersey's Ed Dawson is unable to prevent London Welsh's Tyson Keats from scoring on Saturday. Picture: Jon Lewis/Oxford Mail

THE momentum to survive in the Greene King IPA Championship clearly now lies with bottom club Ealing Trailfinders, but nonetheless, the message that will surely be drummed into Jersey's relegation-threatened squad is: 'You are three points clear - it's still in your hands.'


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St John break cup duck

Jon Evans

BOWLER Viraj Pillai was the toast of St John last night as the off-spinner helped his club win the NatWest Indoor 6-a-side League's KO cup for the first time.

Jersey crowned champions

Jersey captain Peter Gough was presented the Division 5 trophy by president of the Malaysian Cricket Association Datuk P. Krishnasamy

JERSEY have won Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division 5, after securing a 71-run victory over hosts Malaysia at the Kinara Oval in today's final.


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Loss of flight seats forces inter-insular postponement

Andrew Winnie: 'Airlines used to go out of their way to help sports teams, but the impression I get now is that it's more about business.'

THE Island's athletics development officer Andrew Winnie has spoken of his disappointment at Jersey's need to postpone this year's inter-insular in Guernsey following Aurigny's amalgamation with Blue Islands earlier this year.

Spartans set for national stage

Gemma Gothard (16), Florence Gothard (13), Sam Maher (15), Jack Kennedy (11) and Isaac Du Val (12) are all heading to Birmingham. Picture: Tony Pike (02106225)

JERSEY SPARTAN AC have five representatives travelling to Birmingham on Saturday for this year's UK Inter-County Cross Country Championships.


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Glasgow on the horizon for Tanguy

Rhys Hidrio in spectacular action in Essex

ACCOMPLISHED road racer Richard Tanguy is the latest man on two wheels to achieve the criteria for Glasgow Commonwealth Games qualification.

Cycling festival at Gorey

The King of the Castle urban downhill event will provide a perfect conclusion to the festival.

HUNDREDS of visitors are expected to flock to Jersey in June as the Island is set to host the final stage of the Pearl Izumi Tour Series in the shadow of one of the Channel Islands' most iconic landmarks.

Hidrio rises to challenge

Rhys Hidrio

COMMONWEALTH Games hopeful Rhys Hidrio produced a masterclass performance in the fifth race of Caesarean Cycling Club's Winter Mountain Bike Series.


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Team Jets confirmed as champions

Team Jets celebrate after their win against Aquarians on Sunday. Picture: Pinnacle/Jason Brown

TEAM JETS have confirmed their place in the play-offs for promotion to England Netball's National Premier League Division III, after being crowned South West Regional League I champions on Sunday.

Jersey make it nine in a row

Jersey's Lynsey Pitman prepares to shoot. Picture: Jon Guegan (02120536)

AN excellent second half performance ensured Jersey’s elite netballers defeated their Sarnian rivals at Fort Regent yesterday – as the girls in red won the De Caux trophy for the ninth year in succession.

Sights set on nine in a row

Jersey's Open A captain Lauren Devine. Picture: Rob Currie (02117319)

ISLAND netball captain Lauren Devine is eyeing up a ninth consecutive win for the girls in red this weekend as a strong Jersey outfit contest the annual inter-insular Open A match at Fort Regent.


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