Bob Salkeld’s men’s four finished third while Derek Morin and crew took the open class in their six.
Colin Jennett and Nicky Slatter pipped Peter Jennett and Sandrine L’Hotellier to the mixed pairs while Christine Pallot and Frankie Le Quelenec were the only ladies pair.
SAND RACING: Bruce Dingle made a big impact on his return to racing, winning all his races – despite going the wrong way in the final event – of the Jersey Motor Cycle and Light Car Club event at St Ouen.
Toby Luce won the Guiton Cup for gaining three wins, Andrew Pitcher won four of the 65 cc races and Sam Bingle won all the 85 cc races.
Jack Allenet and Scott Dingle took victories in all their big wheel 85 cc and 125 cc classes respectively while Jason Thébault won all the class for up to 1,300 cc, Carl Wayne took the 1,400 cc class and Brian Brown won the 1,600 cc class.FOOTBALL: St Paul’s FC retained the annual Drainway Services Ltd four-way competition after a 1-0 win over Magpies at Clos de Pauvres, James Fortune scoring the only goal.
Jersey Wanderers and St Brelade drew 2-2 in the other match.SHOOTING: Winner of Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s class A and high gun was Andy Johnson with 44 ex 50.
Andrew Walsh-Waring took the B class with 34 while Jack Hanby won class C with 32.
Johnson tied with Mike Barnes Snr for the Jersey Clay Target Shooting Association’s 100-bird sporting selection with 80 ex 100.
Litton Wood finished third with 79.BOWLS: Lee Nixon won his fifth consecutive Champion of Champions title with the last wood of the final match from Allan Quémard and Cyril Renouf at the Jersey Bowling Club.
At the Sun BC the ladies winner was Alison Birch, who retained the Mahy Trophy from Sue Noel and Chris Grimes.PETANQUE: Alain Aoutin, Solance Rebours and Tony Peret won the Carrefour Pétanque Club’s social triples event after finishing with three wins and +13.
Keith and Rosie Boléat took victory in the married couples competition with six wins.SAILING: Allen Brown and Co’s The Dog’s won race five of the Lloyds TSB Treasury Coastal Series on corrected time from The Bees (Dave Myatt and Co) and Jubilee G (Nigel Guenier).SOFTBALL: The results of the Jersey Softball Association matches at Les Quennevais were MGs 38, AIB Shamrocks 8; CPA 27, Cubs 7; 69ers 15, Scotia Bank Storm 3; Eagles scratched to Wheways Wildcats I; Mourant’s Devil’s Advocates scratched to Ansbacher Flyers.GOLF: The winner of the Demi Golf Society’s club championship played over 36 holes at St Clement was Loftur Loftsson with a nett 117 (10 handicap).
Graeme Matson (15) finished second on 119 with George de Sousa (14) in third on 119.PETANQUE: Nancy and Scott Welsh won the Jersey Pétanque Club’s Invitation doubles at Les Quennevais with four wins +29.
Louie and Aaron Bowen were runners-up with four wins +25 and Colin and Stephanie Welsh were third with four wins +18.