Grouville progress in Jeremie

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Toni Cardoso and Alex Jefferies both hit hat-tricks as Grouville won for the first time this season, 6-0 at Rovers.

Grouville joint-manager Ian Horswell said: ‘It was a comfortable win; we had a bit of a new-look side with so many players still unavailable but great to see Toni and Alex getting among the goals.

‘We don’t expect to be a full strength for a couple more weeks at least yet, it was a good team performance and I’m happy with that.’ Jersey Muratti midfielder Russell Le Feuvre was the classiest player on the pitch and Rovers coach Martyn Dorey said afterwards that his side be been given a lesson in football by their opponents.

Meanwhile Jersey’s Charity Cup winners St Peter were blown away 6-3 at Sylvans.

The Saints, who had trailed 2-0, got themselves back to 2-2 through Bradley Vowden and Marco Vieira and they appeared well in control with Vieira looking dangerous.

But it all went pear-shaped in a seven-minute spell around the hour with St Peter conceding four goals as a result of Sylvans repeatedly getting round their full backs to capitalise on the chances they created.

Scott Walsh scored a late consolation for St Peter.

Jersey’s Magpies are also out of the WJ Collins Memorial Trophy competition following a 5-2 defeat by Guernsey’s St Martin’s at the Airport pitches in Jersey.

Luke Haynes and Matt Pamplin were on target for the ‘Pies.

St Paul’s made it two wins in two Coca-Cola Combination Division I games after scoring six times without reply away to Jersey Wanderers.

Craig Culkin and Martin Cassidy’s side were on target with doubles from Craig Leitch and Mark Lucas with Stuart André and Dave Le Roux completing the scoring, the latter on his first-team début.

Trinity were steered to a 5-1 victory at La Hague Manor against First Tower by the Beatson brothers, John helping himself to a hat-trick while Barry chipped in with one.

Jimmy Reilly notched the parish club’s other goal from the penalty spot with Lee-Ryan Wilson netting for Tower, who had Phil Wood red-carded following a hand-ball on the goal-line.

Sporting Academics retained their 100 per cent record from three games in Division II as Jamie Savory’s goal settled the issue 1-0 away to St Martin/SCF.

Second-placed St Ouen returned 5-0 victors from St John where Lucas Parker scored following a shot from inside the centre-circle.

Scott Quarrell added a brace and Jon Evans and Jack Crawford singles.

Beau Waugh bagged a hat-trick as St Clement opened their league account with a 7-1 home success against St Lawrence.

Also on target for the winners were Matt Scriven (two), Mark Anderson (penalty) and Mark Freeman.

Keiran Le Marquand replied.

Scott Young was the leading individual marksman of the day hitting the target four times in Jersey Wanderers’ 7-0 win at La Hague Manor against First Tower.

Charlie du Feu and Chris Maguire also notched together with a Tower defender.

Beeches Old Boys gained their first point of the season following a goal-less draw against Jersey Nomads at the FB Fields.

Peter Burley scored first to put St Peter ahead at Le Boulivot only for Grouville to hit back to win 6-1 following two goals each by Peter Hall and Liam Nunn and singles from Nelio Maroté and Jason Byrne.

St Paul’s and Jersey Scottish shared four goals at St Saviour where Ken Chalk (penalty) and Paul McGinness were on target for the hosts.

Joe Conway and Daniel Pinho were on target for Trinity and Division II Reserves leaders Jersey Nomads respectively in a 1-1 draw at Trinity.

The Portuguese Club of Jersey moved into second place on goal-difference following a 7-0 win at St Martin/SCF following strikes by Joao Mendonca (two), Michael Teixeira, Tiago Escorcio, Valerio Figueira, Carlos Rebelo and Elson Delgado.

Tom Seal hit a hat-trick only to end up a loser as St Lawrence were defeated 4-3 at home by Beeches Old Boys.

On target for the winners were Joey Le Clech, Seb Cole, Paul Skinner and Allen Tobin.

Hosts St Clement won by the odd-goal in five at home to St John.

Matt Rawlings (two) and Jon Tuck scored for the winners.

Sporting Academics and Magpies shared four goals at the IJ Bathe Field where Bobby Melim it both for Accies and Joseph Quinn and Adam Given one each for the ‘Pies.

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