Football:Quarrell makes good point

Football:Quarrell makes good point

Quarrell has now moved on to ten goals for the season with Beeches’ marksmen, Gino Grassini, Ciaran Hocking (penalty) and Howard Taylor, all notching their first league goals of the campaign.Second-placed Grouville, whose defence has not been breached in four games, maintained their 100 per cent record following a brace of goals apiece by Russell Le Feuvre and junior Richard Russell in a 4-0 win at St Lawrence.St John slipped from first to third after they were beaten 2-1 by the home team at St Clement, the homesters claiming their first points of the season with first-half goals from Jason Frazer and Matt Scriven.

St John reduced the deficit on the hour through Chris Jones but the woodwork denied them twice more – one deflected effort brilliantly tipped against the crossbar by goalkeeper Fabio Fernandes.St Brelade, who also have a 100 per cent record, are also a point behind St Ouen on nine points along with Grouville and St John.Peter Taylor’s side continued their good run by defeating Sporting Club 2-1 at Les Quennevais – both goals notched by Ian Crocker on his first-team début.

Matt Polglase hit SCF’s consolation.Jersey Nomads recorded their first league win, 3-1 against St Martin at the IJ Bathe Field.

Paul Starkey (two) and Alan Cotillard scored for Nomads and Julian Cornick for St Martin.Trinity and Grouville remain joint top of Division I Reserves after they beat St Paul’s and Jersey Wanderers respectively.

Mark Brennan, Graham White, Alan Dunne and Ray Grant hit Trinitys goals in a 4-2 win at Clos des Pauvres where Richard Cousins returned a brace for the Saints.Darren Quintal and Chris Smith were Grouville’s marksmen in a 2-1 win at the Hockey Club.

Duncan Prince pocketed Wanderers’ goal with his team now four points adrift at the bottom without a point.St John, who had manager Mark Gotel sent off, and St Peter shared six goals at St Peter.

Mark Stewart (two) and Michael Reed netted for the hosts and Jimmy Jackson (penalty), Steve Liron and Ben Whitley for the visitors.There was also a point apiece for St Brelade and St Clement following a 2-2 draw at St Brelade.

Simon Davies hit a pair for the Westerners with the Easterners on the mark through Liam Whelan and Michael Morley.Magpies retained a three-point advantage at the top of Division II Reserves following a 7-3 win against St Ouen at the Airport.The parish side, who got back to 2-2 after trailing 2-0, had Peter Hewlett sent off after he handled the ball to deny an opponent a goal-scoring opportunity.Matt Pamplin (four) and a trio of Paul’s – Duffy, Cauvain and Cilia – scored for the Magpies and Hewlett, Paul Faulkner and Lionel Gomes for St Ouen.Portuguese Club returned 7-1 winners from St Martin after singles by Jose Silvio Freitas, Gabriel Marques, Bruno Branco, Ricardo Vieira, Jose Sousa, Marciano Ferreira and Daniel Maciel.

Ben Bryant netted for the third game running for St Martin’s consolation.Rozel Rovers remain third after their second 9-1 win of the season, this time at Le Couvent against Sporting Academics.

Richard Irwin and Scott Healey both scored twice while Andy Godfray, Michael Fernandes, Bruce Bell, Ben Doherty and Rob Dawson added singles.

Dave Harrison replied.Beeches Old Boys moved up three places to fourth after their 5-1 win at Les Quennevais against Sporting Club.

Danny Harris was again on the mark for SCF with Beeches netting through Michael Duffey (two), Paul Skinner (two) and Matt Knights.While Wanderers Reserves struggle Wanderers C are galloping towards yet another C-team title after scoring 14 times without reply against Beeches Old Boys, the latter who battled hard right up to the final whistle.Wanderers already have a plus-31 goal-difference after five consecutive wins.

On target for them at Les Quennevais were Alan Yates (five), Jon Chapman (four), Alan Lesbirel, Gary Duncan, Steve Ritchie, Gary Thwaites and Oliver Thompson.Grouville, Rozel Rovers and St Brelade remain six points behind Wanderers after they all won.

Mark Walmsley scored four times in Grouville’s 7-1 success over St Clement at Le Boulivot.Jez Startup (two) and John Fletcher also netted with Mike Oliver replying for St Clement.Doubles by Marc Muncey and Zane Bailey and Neil Sharman’s single earned St Brelade a 5-2 win against Sporting Academics at Les Quennevais.

Sean Doran and Ged Horgan replied.Peter Hawley, junior Dale Parker and Gary Jarvie were on target in Rozel Rovers’ 3-0 win at St John.St Peter also returned victorious from their travels, 5-1 from St Ouen.

On the mark were Ian Tardivel (two), Peter Keylock, Jon Welsh and Nigel Godfrey, for the winners, and Ian Stevens, for the losers.South West Counties Championship: Cornwall 1, Jersey 0.Flybe Combination Div II: Beeches Old Boys 3, St Ouen 3; St Lawrence 0, Grouville 4; Sporting Club 1, St Brelade 2; St Clement 2, St John 1; Jersey Nomads 3, St Martin 1.Div I Res: First Tower 1, Jersey Scottish 3; Jersey Wanderers 1, Grouville 2; St Brelade 2, St Clement 2; St Paul’s 2, Trinity 4; St Peter 3, St John 3.Div II Res: Magpies 7, St Ouen 3; Rozel Rovers 9, Sporting Academics 1; Sporting Club 1, Beeches Old Boys 5; St Martin 1, Portuguese Club 7.C Division: Beeches Old Boys 0, Jersey Wanderers 14; Grouville 7, St Clement 1; Sporting Academics 2, St Brelade 5; St John 0, Rozel Rovers 3; St Ouen 1, St Peter 5.Lloyds TSB Junior League, U16, Div I: Rozel Rovers 3, St Paul’s 5; St Peter 2, Sporting Academics 4.Div II: St Martin 1, Grouville 6; St Ouen 2, St Clement 4.U12 Red Group: Jersey Wanderers A 6, Rozel Rovers 1; St Paul’s A 6, First Tower 0.White Group: St Brelade 9, St Peter B 0; St Clement 0, Grouville 7.

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