Golden Boot Moon back in the Groove

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THE JEP Golden Boot winner for 2021/22 moved to the top of the standings for the new campaign with two goals for Premiership challengers Grouville.

Harrison Moon struck both sides of half time in a 4-2 home victory for his side against St Ouen, taking himself onto six for the season with just five games played in all competitions.

Max Rivers and Karl Hinds also found the net at Le Boulivot for a 4-0 lead, before Tom Murray bagged a late brace for the westerners.

At JTC Park, 2019/20 champions Jersey Wanderers had their unfavourable run extended by a 1-0 defeat to St Peter.

Calvin Weir registered the decisive goal to leave Wanderers with one win from eight games in all competitions, since they claimed a 2-1 victory over St Clement in March.

In the Championship, Grouville Reserves made it two wins from two with a 2-0 win over newly-promoted Dragoes de Jersey. Stewart Daynes and Edu Martins were on target for the parish side, who had four players doubling up, following appearances for the first-team earlier in the afternoon.

Elsewhere, a late red card for goalscorer Nathan Davies did not prevent St Brelade Reserves from claiming a 4-3 win over Rozel Rovers. Michael Hood, Rafael Andrade and Charles Stewart also scored for the western parish outfit.

St Ouen Reserves also claimed a victory with ten men on the field, with Fraser Evans’ dismissal following goals from Damien Salmon and Ben Cesar in a 2-1 win at St Clement Reserves.

St Lawrence claimed a late winner against St Peter Reserves, through John Tardival’s second of the game with the scores at 2-2. Kevin Camacho was also on target for St Lawrence, with Seaney McColgan and Ben Shirley finding the net for St Peter.

Sports Club of Jersey claimed a 5-2 Division I win over Rozel Reserves thanks to goals from Joao Sousa (two), Roberto Teixeira, Joao Henriques and Fabio Marques, while St Peter C beat St Brelade C 2-1 courtesy of a Finley Davidson brace.

In Division II, Jack Bara bagged a hat-trick to steer St Ouen C to a 5-0 victory over Portuguese United Reserves. Shane Carre and Eryk Swiech also scored.

Cameron Halliwell and Marco Vidal handed Trinity a late win against St John Reserves, who had Tom Mollett on the scoresheet, while in the Over-35 Division Beeches were hit for ten without reply by St Paul’s.

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