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The Jersey-based Zimbabwean has already qualified for October’s Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.

Paul Clements finished second in 1.59.

30 hr and Daniel Halksworth third in 2.01.15 hr.

The ladies’ race was won by the UK’s Catherine Powrie with Jersey’s top finisher Tracey Huish in fourth.

Phil Labey, Alistair Cann and Craig Meredith won the team event.

FOOTBALL – Siddall shines in Thailand: ROZEL Rovers and former Junior Island goalkeeper Frazer Siddall has been helping the Great Britain team to secure a place in the quarter-finals of the World University Football Games in Thailand.

GB play Canada today for a place in the last four.

Towering action in Walker Trophy: First Tower United won the Johnny Walker Trophy on Saturday with a 7-1 win over St Martin.

Towertook the lead through Sam Meiklejohn before St Martin equalised before half time.

Second-half goals came from Kieran Lester (2), Dean Jones (2), Adam Lester and captain Gerry Brennan to secure the win.

In the Jack Loveridge Memorial Plate, St Martin beat Tower 4-0.

Guernsey Belgraves won the WP Paul Memorial Trophy with a 4-2 win over Rozel Rovers.

Friendly results: North beat Wanderers 8-2; Gsy Sylvans bt St Brelade 2-1; Grouville 1sts bt Gsy Rovers 1sts 6-4; Grouville 2nds drew 2-2 with Rovers’ 2nds.

Saints win women’s extravaganza: St Paul’s won the seven-a-side women’s football extravaganza at Springfield.

Six teams entered and St Paul’s beat Jersey Rebels 1-0 in the final.

Guernsey Sylvans won a penalty shoot out 2-0, after a 0-0 draw, to take third place from First Tower.

HSBC entered two teams and it was their first-time player Jane Stokes was player of the tournament.

VOLLEYBALL – Competition on the beach: IN the Jersey Volleyball Association’s beach tournament, 2e2 won the ladies’ final with a two-point victory over Milk Shot.

In the men’s final Milk Shot beat M&S by three points.

Young Guns won team performance of the weekend.

MOUNTAIN BIKING – Mills wins Sion challenge: Island Games cyclist Kieron Mills won the Elite Class of Caesarean Cycling Club’s race at Sion yesterday.

Other winners – Sport: Graham Horsley; Vets: Michael Boarer; Super Vets: Mark Knowlton; Schoolboys: Rikki Knowlton.

TOUCH – Jersey whitewash over old enemy: Jersey completed a hat-trick of victories over Guernsey in Saturday’s touch inter-insulars at the JRFC.

The mixed team won 5-1, the men 6-1 and the ladies 5-1.

MOTOR SPORT – Duo compete in national rally: TWO Jersey drivers had an unsuccessful weekend in a French national rally being held at a venue an hour south of Le Mans.

Former Jersey Rally winner Chris Le Bonniec, who was lying in 22nd place out of 110 competitors, pulled out on stage six out of eight having lost fifth, seventh and reverse gears.

Meanwhile, Stewart Barrow had to retire a little earlier out of the Bresse-sur-Braye rally following a problem with the supporting rear axle during the fourth stage.

He was lying in mid-table at the time.

CRICKET – Springfield’s sixes success: Springfield Cricket Club won the charity six-side-a-side tournament at Grainville on Saturday, beating HSBC Jersey in the final by 12 runs.

A total of £1,300 was raised towards Talent Trust.

GOLF – St Clement monthly medal: St Clement’s monthly medal was won by Peter Vanderniet yesterday with a net 57.

Rab McGhee was second on a net 59.

Demi monthly medal: David Le Duc (18 handicap) won the Demi Golf Society August monthly medal on Saturday with a net 63.

Craig Beeley (7) was second on 63 and Colin Gibbs (12) third on 63.

Les Ormes monthly medal: Dave Hutcheson (17 handicap) won the Les Ormes GC monthly medal with the lowest net score of the year – a 56.

Paul Wood (12) was second on 62 and Andrew Macdonald (18) third on 63.

Horton finishes off in style: Tommy Horton scored a 69 in the final round of the Bad Ragaz PGA Seniors Open in Switzerland to finish in the middle of the pack.

Carl Mason won.

Shamrock Challenge success: Colum Sillane (11 handicap) won Les Mielles’ Shamrock Challenge yesterday with a net 70 playing off the Whites.

Loftur Loftsson (12) was second on 72 and Tom Brown (9) third on 73.

La Moye Am-Am winners: Gerald Ramsden (10 handicap) Jamie Griffiths (15) and Kim Smart (21) won La Moye GC’s SGB Am-Am on Saturday with a score of 49.

Grant McGregor (4), John Miller (14) and Martin Hibbs (19) were second on 49.

CROQUET – Medway to victory: Elizabeth Medway beat the men’s championship winner Martin Hodge in the final of the Jersey CC veterans’ tournament at Les Quennevais.

WHIPPET RACING – Coyote nips win: Steve Lawson’s Coyote just held on to win the Early Bird trophy, for the third consecutive year, in Saturday’s racing.

He beat his heavier brother Cadbury (David Lawson) by a nose across the line.

Kalele (Doreen and Martin Garnier) took third and petite Skye (Jack Webster) settling for fourth.

Consolation winner was Karnak (Maj John Campbell) with 7 1/2 year-old Jetstream (Jenny Thomas) being veteran of the day.

SHOOTING – Clay targets: Dave Le Rendu was high gun and winner of Class A on 45 ex 50 in yesterday’s 50 Bird Sporting at Lecq Clay Target Club.

Richard Le Brun was second on 43 and Ernie Le Brun on 39.

Other results: AAA: 1, Jon de la Haye 44.

AA: 1, Mark Andrews 37.

B: 1, Andy Stead 38; 2, Clive Green and Mark Davey 36.

C: 1, Matthew Peach; 2, Alistair Drummond-Forbes 35; 3, Jason Leaney 32.

Ladies: Caroline de la Haye 22.

Crabbé hot shots: Sean Leonard took the high gun honours in yesterday’s 50 Bird Sporting with 44 ex 50.

Other winners – A Class: Terry Miller 29; B Class: Alex Shakeshaft 36; C Class: Ken Journeaux 38; Veteran: 25.

Golden Honeycombe: Richard Honeycombe gained a magnificent total of 125 to retain the Modern and Military Arms Association’s 7.62 rifle and .38 revolver match on Saturday.

He had a runaway victory for the second year, a clear eight points from Gayle Jones.

Brilliant Benest: Jersey marksman dropped just one point after three days of shooting in the Guernsey Prize Meeting which finished on Saturday.

Benest, who returned a record score overall, won a magnificent ten pieces of silverware out of a possible 13.

Jersey’s Graeme Harris placed fourth.

BOWLS – Famous win: Barry Hall and Pauline de St Croix beat David Bowyer and Chris Andrews 16-5 in the final of the Famous Grouse bowls competition yesterday.

Group winners from the event, played at Les Creux on Saturday and St Saviour yesterday were: C Renouf/S Dingle; A Steinenberger/P Le Ruez; D Ingram/M Birch; D/C Allen; P Mavity/G O’Neil; A Martin/W Cottiard.

Sunshine bowlers: Result from the Sun Bowls Club’s Gordon Bewhay trophy event, played yesterday – Margaret Le Cornu (skip), David De Gruchy, and Marlene Forster: 6 pts +17 shots; Peter Hervieu (skip), Bob Le Sueur, and Margaret Osmont: 6 pts + 10 shots.

HOCKEY – Jersey victorious: Jersey beat the visiting Combined Services under-23s 4-2 on Saturday, after being 2-0 down, and 6-0 yesterday, aided by a hat trick by Mark Dicker, in tour matches played at Les Quennevais.

SOFTBALL – Yesterday’s results: Division I: Flyers 2; Pure Solutions Niners 25.

AIB Shamrocks 6; Optimus Storm 15.

Funseekers Cubs 17; J express Falcons 13.

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