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Jenna Murphy and Stephanie Le Ruez won best female athletes of the match.

GOLF: The winner of the Demi Golf Society’s July Monthly Medal played on Saturday was Graeme Matson with a nett 59 from a gross 74, handicap 15; second was Steve Harben, nett 61, gross 75, h’cap 14; and Peter Osment was third with a nett 61, gross 77, h’cap 16.WHIPPET RACING: In the Woody Woodpecker Trophy Apache (27lbs), the winner for the last two years, had to settle this year for second place behind his daughter, Capuccina (24lbs) with another daughter, Topaz (20lbs) in third place (all owned and trained by Steve Lawson).

Fourth was Commanche (32lbs) owned by Sue and Richard Slous.

Consolation winner was Margaret Coxshall’s Laddie (24lbs) and Ron and Bea de la Cour’s Plover (20lbs) took the Veteran of the Day rosette.

The second session of races was for the new Entro Pairs Trophy over 150 yards at the same handicap, presented by Martin Falle, whose wife Audrey judged the races.

The teams drawn at random paired Capuccina and Topaz who beat Plover and Jetstream (Jenny Thomas).

Third was Commanche and Laddie, with Bailey (Sue Molloy) and Apache taking the consolation rosettes.SAILING: In Race 4 of the St Helier YC Lloyds TSB Treasury Coastal Series 2003 Allen Brown and Partners’ The Dogs took line honours and won on corrected time.

Second was Moist and Wet (S Benest and S Fellows) and third was Ben Rogers in Chilli Pepper.CLAY PIGEON: Double Island Games gold medallist Sheila Davy won Class B in the Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s 50 bird sporting shoot yesterday with 40.

Class A winner and high gun was John de la Haye with 47 and Class C winner was Jack Hamby with 35.GAELIC FOOTBALL: Jersey Irish GAA lost narrowly to Parnells in the London Senior championship match yesterday, by one goal and 12 points (15 pts) to one goal and five points (8 pts).GOLF:The Seniors Cup challenge match played between the Royal Jersey Golf Club and L””Ancresse Golf Club at Royal Jersey yesterday was won by Royal Jersey seven and a half points to four and a half.GOLF: George Le Maitre won the St Clement GC’s Captain’s Invitation Stableford competition yesterday at the Recreation Grounds in St Clement with a score of 44 points.

Harry Cooper was runner-up on 43.

Top place in the guests’ section went to Ronnie Pollock with 38 points.

Second on 34 was Dennis McGuire.BOWLS: In the Morel Saturday League St Brelade A beat St Saviour’s 3-0; JBC and St Brelade A each won one, drew one and lost one; and Sun Bowls beat Les Creux 3-0.

Current positions are Sun BC 30 points, St Brelade A 27, Jersey BC 19, St Saviour’s BC 14, St Brelade BC 14, Les Creux BC 4.GOLF: William Baines and Johnathan Mynes won the Chinthe Foursomes match played at La Moye on Saturday with 38 points, handicap 11.

Chris Stead and Mark Garnier were second after countback with 37 pts, h’cap four; Graham Picot and Edward Darley were third, 37 pts, h’cap 16 and Dennis McGuire and Charlie Fortune were fourth, 37 pts, h’cap 13.CROQUET: Elizabeth Medway beat John Taylor in the final of the handicap tournament held at the Jersey Croquet club at the weekend.BOWLS: Winners of the Ron Medder Two Wood mixed pairs trophy all-day competition at the Sun Bowls Club played yesterday were E Cole and C Dowd with eight points +59 shots.

K Baudains and P de Ste Croix were second with eight points +17 shots and third on countback were H and M Fox with eight points +17 shots.NETBALL: Winners of the Mary Blake annual over 35s netball tournament were St Clement A with St Peter second, just a point ahead of St Brelade.

The trophy was presented by Mary Blake.SHOOTING: With 69 points more than the runners-up, Mike Turner, Mark Douglas and Billy Goode were clear winners of the Modern and Military Arms G Blake Memorial Cup competition held on Saturday.

Their combined score in the 300 yard comptition was 221.BOWLS: Results in the Myrtle Le Marquand league matches were: St Saviour BC v Sun BC, rink 1 22-16, rink 2 18-19; Jersey BC v St Brelade BC, rink 1 18-14, rink 2 15-33.CYCLING: Winner of the Jersey Cycling Association 50-mile time trial Island championship was Caesarean Cycling Club senior Steve Greig in 1 hour, 58 min 44 sec.

Senior Dave Mayman (CCC) was second in 2.04.33 and veteran Andy Munns (Velo Sport Jersey) was third in 2.07.15.ATHLETICS: Jersey beat Guernsey in the Jersey Primary Schools Sports Association athletics inter-insular held on Saturday by 113 points to 87.

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