Senior Open badminton: Constable sweeps in

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Kim Ashton beat Kerry Coombs-Goodfellow 17-21, 21-16, 21-12 to win the ladies’ singles title.

Other results: Men’s doubles: 1, Mark Constable and Chris Cotillard, 168 points; 2, Darren Chesworth and Matt Gregory (Staffs) 157.

Ladies’ doubles: Kerry Coombs-Goodfellow and Kim Ashton bt Paula Wells and Kelly Jackson (Dorset) 21-18, 16-21, 21-15.

Mixed doubles: Mark Constable and Lucy Burns bt Chris Cotillard and Kim Ashton 21-7, 21-9.

MOTORSPORT – Valley Farm trial: The winners in the Jersey Classic and Modern Trials Club motorcycle trial held yesterday at Valley Farm were: A Route: Mark Rive; B Route: John Renouf; C Route: Nigel Smart; Pre 65 Premier: Wayne Lowe; Twinshock: Gary White; Pre 65: Mark Williams; Junior A: Adam Vibert; Junior B: Amelia Jeanne; Junior Small Wheel; Richard Pallot.

HOCKEY – Investec League: JHC Lions added to their win on Friday with a 1-0 victory over OV Vets in Division I of the Investec JHA Men’s League on Saturday.

Other results: Women’s/Development Division: Nomads 2nds 3; Crusaders Juniors 3.

VOLLEYBALL – Walkers unstoppable: Walkers remain unbeaten for over a season and yesterday recorded a 3-0 win over Usual Suspects Too in the Mixed Division of the Insurance Corporation JVA League.

They won 25-18, 25-14, 25-19.

In the same league McSteam bt Usual Suspects 3-0 (25-17, 26-24, 25-14).

Other results: Men’s League: Pentagon Red Hot Tomatoes beat Astros 3-0 (25-11, 25-23, 25-20); Ladies’ League: 2e2 Tigers bt Jackson Fox Panthers 3-1 (25-15, 25-21, 19-25, 25-9).

SAILING – Sumas’ success: Darren Stower and Mike Winspear, sailing Sumas, were the A Fleet winners in yesterday’s RCIYC Hobie Fleet Winter Series Races 3 and 4 in St Aubin’s Bay.

Gordon Burgis and Kenny Snell, sailing Pure Energy, took second place, and third went to father and daughter team David and Laura Jane Carter on Fly Bi.

Aaron Le Cornu and Jeremy Smith on Sidewinder won the B Fleet, with Steve and Peter Longstaff on Father Jack in second and Yvonne Winspear sailing with Jo Moss on Blade Runner taking third.

All Fleet sailors competed on Hobie 16s.

SHOOTING – Le Sech on top: Ashley Le Sech was High Gun and the winner of Class AA in Lecq Clay Target Club’s 50-bird Sporting on Saturday with 43 ex 50.

Andrew de la Haye was second with 40.

Class A: 1, Shaun Roberts 38; 2, Wayne Shales 34; 3, Richard Le Brun and Dave Le Rendu 33.

Class B: 1, Mike Barnes 42; 2, Simon Wedgbury 39; 3, Graham Le Cornu and Martin Shales 36.

Class C: 1, Adam Ward 37; 2, Dean Lawrence 35; 3, Alistair Drummond-Forbes, Adrian Le Gal and Matthew Peach 34.

Ladies: 1, Caroline de la Haye 27; 2, Kay Cragg 25.

Blake’s honours – Bob Blake won the Modern and Military Arms Association Ltd Service Pistol A competition for the second year with a total of 96 at the Crabbé range.

Richard Honeycombe won the Service Pistol B competition with 145, six points ahead of Russell Woodham.

Pike aims high – Keith Pike was High Gun in yesterday’s 50-bird Sporting shoot at Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club with 46 ex 50.

Paul Le Neveu now moves up to B Class after winning C Clas with 40 ex 50.

Other winners: A Class: Colin Mollett 41; B Class: Brian Bourne 42; Veteran: Syd Payn 28.

GOLF – Doubles win: Sean Kavanagh and Peter Van der Niet won St Clement Golf Club’s CW Thomas Greensomes yesterday with 46 points.

Steve Cleary and Chris Dwyer were second on 44.

Stylish win – Richie Gallagher (12 hp) won St Peter’s Golf Society’s Style Windows strokeplay at Les Mielles GC with a net 33.

Brian de St Croix (6 hp) was second with 34 and Alan Thompson (6) third on 35.

Jason Quénault (2) was scratch winner with a one-over gross 37 and finished fourth overall.

Current champion Ricky Muddyman leads the Order of Merit ahead of Nigel Johnson, Alan Cabot and Roy Gallichan with only one event remaining.

Monthly Medal – Ian Beeley (12 hp) won the Demi Golf Society November Medal on Saturday at St Clement with a net 57.

Paul King, (12) was second on 64 and Joe Straiton (9) third on 64.

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