In cold and windy conditions at Les Quennevais, Grouville won 4-2 while St Clement came home by the odd goal in five a match which resulted in three players being sent off.
Rozel’s Nick Bolton was red-carded by referee Neil Giannoni following the alleged use of offensive and insulting language while in the closing minutes Carlos Vieira (St Clement) and Aaron Bowen (Rozel) were dismissed following an altercation where both players were deemed guilty of kicking and punching each other.
St Clement were two-up at the break and after extending their lead they were pegged back right at the death as Rozel goalkeeper Daniel Gillett – up for a free kick – guided a shot low into a far corner.
Jason de Nobrega scored a hat-trick for St Clement booking them a place in the final at Springfield on Thursday 6 March 2008.
Denis L’Enfant and Stephen Phelan fired Grouville two-up inside 11 minutes only for Grouville to then concede an own goal – a belter of a finish from 12 yards as the defender attempted to clear danger.
Sam Dustow restored Grouville’s two-goal advantage shortly after the resumption before the scoring was completed by Grouville’s Henry Le Maistre, following a fine run, and St Peter’s Michael Clayden.
St Ouen scratched to Trinity as a result of only have six players available for their under-16 Eric Amy preliminary round fixture.
Jersey Wanderers won through to the semi-finals of the same competition after winning 6-0 against Rozel Rovers.
Daniel Tardivel hit a hat-trick while there were singles for Charlie Payne, Ben Hooper and Johnny Hickling.
Grouville’s under-16 Division I match at Le Boulivot was called off due to a frozen surface.
Hugo Powell scored twice and Zack Pygott once in St John’s under-14 Division I 3-1 home win against Grouville who replied through Bruno Da Silva.
James Carolan scored six times in St Peter’s 10-2 under-14 friendly win at St Peter against Rozel Rovers B.
Other Saints marksmen were Francois Th?bault (two), William Humphrey and Charlie Griggs.