HOLDERS Grouville were dumped out of the Jeremie Cup at the quarter-final stage after being beaten 4-2 by Sylvans in Guernsey, but St Clement and St Peter both made it through to the last four.
Clip: Highlights of St Peter’s 4-1 win against Vale
St Clement needed extra time to see off Rovers at Port Soif. It was one apiece after normal time. Karl Hinds gave the visitors the lead after 83 minutes but substitute Luke Ogier equalised for Rovers in stoppage time. Hinds restored St Clement’s lead before Jay dos Santos put the game out of sight.
St Peter had a more comfortable day out on Sarnian turf, beating Vale Recreation 4-1, thanks to goals from Seaney McColgan, Harrison Moon, Mark Logue and Harry Scott.
Clip: Some of this weekend’s best goals
Back in Jersey, St Paul’s ran out 5-3 winners at Jersey Wanderers in the Premiership 1 division with Callum Gilroy hitting a hat-trick. Jack da Silva and Conor O’Keeffe were also on target for Paul’s. Josh Coutanche, Claudio Pereiras and Renato Geraldo each scored for Wanderers.
In the Premiership 2 division, Rozel Rovers and Sports Club both maintained their 100% starts to the season. Rozel eased to a 5-0 win over First Tower United, while Sports Club were made to sweat in their 4-3 win over St Lawrence. Joao Antunes, Cliffe Silva, Pedro Silva and Joao Neto all scored for Sports Club, with John Tardival, Sonny Teeling and Adam Clift netting for the Grills.
Previously unbeaten St John were brought crashing down to earth with a chastening 7-0 defeat to Sporting Academics. Former Jersey striker and JEP Golden Boot winner Jamie Savoury hit five, with Taylor Doyle and Diogo Franca also scoring.
Madeira beat Dragoes 5-0.
Wanderers Reserves had a good day in the Championship 1, beating Rozel Rovers 4-1
Rafael Andrade, Jack Gibson and Logan McGhee all scored for St Brelade Reserves’ 3-1 over Grouville Reserves, who replied through Calvin Antunes.
St Peter Reserves smashed St Helyi 8-1. Darren Coyle scored a hat-trick, Luc Scott two along with strikes from Ryan Le Cornu and Billy Mullins. Davide Pita hit St Helyi’s consolation. Meanwhile, St Clement Reserves beat St Ouen Reserves 2-0.
In the Over-35 Division, defending champions St Paul’s beat Grouville 4-0 and St Peter beat Portuguese 7-2 with former professional Peter Vincenti scoring a hat-trick. Sam Dawes (two) and Aaron Maynard also scored in the win.
Jersey Wanderers secured their place in the final of the women’s Zenith Cup after beating St Peter 2-1. Ella Brennand and Courtney McDade scored their goals.