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The J United team beat Dorset West 56-5 and Keltic Academy 48-23 to finish unbeaten in the south division.

They will now play the winners of the north division in the play-offs at the end of April.

BASKETBALL – Jersey dumped: Jersey were on the wrong end of a clean sweep in the basketball inter-insulars played in Guernsey at the weekend, losing the men’s, ladies, under-21s and under-17s’ matches.

HOCKEY – Ladies fly the flag: There were mixed fortunes for Jersey’s hockey teams in the inter-insulars in Guernsey at the weekend.

Jersey Ladies won their first and third-team matches 6-0 and 1-0 respectively while the seconds went down 1-0.

Jersey’s men played six matches with their only success recorded by the Veterans, 3-2.

The thirds drew 2-2 with Jersey’s Tony Ray equalising from a short corner in the final minute.

SWIMMING – Liron’s golden quartet: Jerseyman John Liron won four gold medals in the Brittany short-course swimming championships held at Loudeac yesterday.

In his last year in the 55-59 year-old age group Liron won the 50 metre breast-stroke (34.47 seconds), and 25m breast-stroke (15.58), butterfly (14.33) and freestyle (12.37) races.

The previous week Liron placed second in the 50m breast-stroke event in 35.02 seconds competing in the French short-course championships in Angers.

GOLF – Royal Jersey progress: The Royal Jersey Golf Club overcame Les Ormes Golf Club 6-1 to progress through to the next round of the Hampshire seven a side tournament yesterday.

Played at Grouville, Royal Jersey’s Christy McLaughlin bt Neil Kelly, 19th; Matthew Vincent bt Sean Clarke, 4&3; Steve Bowen bt Billy Moir 3&2; Steve Rafferty bt Dale Martin, 4&3; Alex Guelpa bt Paul Wood, 3&2; Gyles Robin bt Mark Sumner, 1up.

Les Ormes’ solitary point came from Darren Glover who beat Matthew Parkman 5&4.

BADMINTON – Veterans miss out: The Credit Suisse Jersey veterans badminton side were unable to retain the Inter Insular shield when they were defeated 21-9 by Guernsey at the New Gilson Hall over the weekend.

ATHLETICS – Fossey wins handicap: Janine Fossey won the JSAC Spartan Handicap on Saturday which featured guest David Moorcroft and his wife.

Tom Brown set the fastest time of the day in the under-17 group.

SWIMMING – Haul of medals for JSAD swimming team: The Jersey JSAD team picked up four gold medals, five silver and four bronze at the Enfield Special Olympic Swimming Gala on Saturday.

VOLLEYBALL – Insurance Corporation JVA League results, Men: Pentagon Red Hot Tomatoes bt RBSI Astros 3-2 (25-16, 25-17, 14-25, 15-25, 16-14); Walkers I bt Walkers II 3-2 (25-21, 25-22, 22-25, 22-25, 15-6).

Mixed League: Usual Suspects bt Jersey Post 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-23); Walkers bt ABN Amro 3-0 (25-10, 26-24, 25-9).

BOWLING – Jersey Indoor Bowling Association finals, U18 singles: Scott Ruderham bt Greg Davis 21-5; U35 singles: Malcolm de Sousa bt Lee Nixon 21-20; O60 singles: Cyril Renouf bt Ty Thomas; Married Pairs: Dave & Ro Le Boutillier bt T & J Knight 25-20; TSB Pairs: Margaret Breen and Alan Shaw bt Joan Renouf and Will Waymouth 24-20; Open Triples: Thomas Greechan/Lyndsey Greechan/Ross Davis bt Cyril Renouf/Ty Thomas/Alan Shaw 16-12; Open Fours: Cyril Renouf/Derek Boswell/Alan Shaw/Will Walmouth bt Malcolm de Sousa/ Michael Rive/Paul Dingle/Scott Ruderham 24-16; Handicap Pairs: Cyril Renouf and Malcolm de Sousa bt Didier Le Falher and Margaret Andrieux 31-18.

GOLF – Ashton’s monthly medal: Paul Ashton won St Clement’s Golf Club’s Monthly Medal yesterday with a nett score of 56.

Andy Robertson was second on 57 with Ally Forrest third on a count back.

MOTORSPORT – Galloway wins E McGarragle trophy: Jack Galloway won the E McGarragle Ltd trophy of the day for the automatic 50cc class in the first moto-cross of the season held at Sorel Point yesterday.

The second E McGarragle trophy of the day went to Michael Veloso for the BYMX 65cc class.

Other winners – BYMX sw85cc: Charley Mills; BYMX bw85cc: Ben Le Cornu; MX1: Oliver Eden; MX2: Ryan Gregory; Grand Final: Dale Campbell.

SHOOTING – Le Brocq is best all round: Richard Le Brocq won the Modern and Military Arms Association’s prestigious Corbett Cup on Saturday.

Involving rifles, carbines and handguns, Le Brocq beat last year’s winners Richard Honeycombe by a clear 11 points to take the title of best all round shot.

SAILING – St Catherine’s races: St Catherines’s Sailing Club Amy Cup race 1: 1, David Carter, Laser Standard; 2, Martin Speller, Laser Standard; 3, Tony Newcombe, Steaker.

Race 2: 1, Tony Newcombe; 2, Tim Faudemer, Laser Radial; 3, David Carter.

ANRP Cup race 1: 1, Charles Perkins, Laser 4.7; 2, Lawrence Carter, Optimist; 3, George Moisan, Optimist.

Race 2: 1, Lawrence Carter; 2, George Moisan; 3, Charles Perkins.

SHOOTING – Andrews takes high gun: Mark Andrews won the Lecq Clay Target Club’s 50 Bird Sporting Class A yesterday with 47 ex 50 which earned him the High Gun honours.

Alistair Drummond-Forbes was second in Class A with 42 and Graham Pallot third on 41.

Other results: Class AA: 1, Jon de la Haye, 42.

Class B: 1, Albert Able (vet), 40; 2, Martin Shales, 39; 3, Adrian Le Moucheux, 36.

Class C: 1, Mark Davey, 36; 2, John Shales, 33; 3, Doug Nevitt and Dean Lawrence 31.

Ladies: 1, Kay Cragg, 26.

Junior: 1, Tony Ward, 32; 2, James Angus, 31.

GOLF – Demi Golf win for Pearce: Ray Pearce, 11 handicap, won the Demi Golf Society’s Stableford Hustle on Saturday with 37 points with Jorge Moniz, 6 handicap, second on 36 and Gary Parsons, 11 handicap, in third on 36.

Jon Carter won the Putting Cup with 27 putts while Ian Beeley was second on countback and Parsons third.

SHOOTING – Tie for High Gun: Peter Quimby and Chris L’Amy shared the high gun honours in Crabbe Clay Pigeon Club’s 50 Bird Sporting Practice with 44 ex 50.

William Coom won the A Class on 41; Adrian Fox won the B Class with 40; Craig Marett won the C Class on 39 and John Bedford took the veteran win on 38.

P?TANQUE – Carrefour doubles mêlée: Roy Langlois and Rosie Boléat won the Carrefour Pétanque Club’s Many Hands Domestic Agency doubles mêlée on Saturday, winning 3 +15.

Dave Perrée and Jill Gayet were second, won 3 +12, and Keith Boléat and Maurice Richard were third, won 3 +16.

Jeannette Robertson of the Many Hands agency presented the medals.

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