Junior football: Wanderers and Saints set the pace

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Wanderers, who lead the table by three points having played a game more, defeated Sporting Academics 3-2 at Les Quennevais where Stevie Reid, Jack McKenna and Jamie Cullen hit the target for the winners and Adrian Carr and Derek Pereira for the losers.Brett Pitman led St Paul’s goal-charge at St Peter where he returned a five-goal haul.

Substitute John Felton chipped in with a pair and Jason de Andrade, Oliver Gallagher and Tom Wherry singles.St Brelade opened up a three-point advantage at the top of Division II following a 7-3 win at home to St Clement.

The latter lost for the first time in three games but remain in second place.For the winners Kyle Hampshire hit a hat-trick and Ben Naylor and Danny King doubles.

Stewart Daynes, Andrew Le Moine and Tiago Alves hit the target for St Clement.St Martin put their first points on the table after they returned 8-4 winners from St Ouen where three players bagged hat-tricks – Daniel Romeril and Brett Willoughby for St Martin and Nathan Strzlecki for St Ouen.

Sean Ganly and James Jones were also on the mark for St Martin and Colin Farrington for St Ouen.Jersey Wanderers A beat St Paul’s A 6-1 in the U12 Red Groups at Les Quennevais after Charlie Payn and Bradley Rimeur both scored twice and Steve Jouan and Daniel McAviney once each.

Ruben Pestana replied.In the same group Rozel won by the odd-goal in three with Charlie Skrzypczak and Tom Bechelet netting for the Rovers and Lacon Childe for Tower.Both the winning teams in the White Group scored five times, St Brelade through Jason Millar (two), Karl Hinds (two) and Ben Sharples without reply against St Clement while St Ouen beat St Peter B 5-2.For the winners Barry Gilhooley scored three times and Josh Vautier and Karl Smith once each.

Jonathan Ward netted for St Peter B whose other goal was an own goal.

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