Extra effort needed to see off Trinity

ST CLEMENT, St Brelade, St Saviour and St Lawrence are in the semi-finals of the inter-parochial Trinity Shield following wins against Trinity, St Peter, St Ouen and Grouville on Saturday.

St Lawrence's Rupert Murray is closed down by Grouville's Lee Bradshaw
St Lawrence's Rupert Murray is closed down by Grouville's Lee Bradshaw

ST CLEMENT, St Brelade, St Saviour and St Lawrence are in the semi-finals of the inter-parochial Trinity Shield following wins against Trinity, St Peter, St Ouen and Grouville on Saturday.

It needed extra time for St Clement finally to see off Trinity 4-1. The latter only had ten players and were reduced to nine when Bradley Stratford was sent off in the 64th minute after he was cautioned for the second time following a foul.

The biggest crowd of the day, of around 80 people, watched St Brelade win 3-1 against hosts St Peter.

Holders St Ouen were dumped out of the competition after they were beaten 6-0 by St Saviour at the Airport.

And St Lawrence beat Grouville 3-0 at Les Quennevais.

The semi-final line-up, to be played at Les Quennevais on Saturday 5 January. Kick off at 1.30 pm, is: St Brelade v St Lawrence and St Clement v St Saviour.

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Comments for: "Extra effort needed to see off Trinity"

Tregarrd

Not sure why they report these games, no one cares unfortunately

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