Weekend sport in brief

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In Division I of the JWHA games played in Jersey yesterday E & Y Quackers beat JLHC 3-1; RWB beat Caesareans 10-0 and in Thursday’s match Vets beat Crusaders 4-2.

In the Development Division Crusaders Colts beat JLHC 4-1 and E & Y Quackers 2 beat JHC Boys 6-2.

In the JMHA Minor Cup matches played on Saturday Hautlieu HC beat JWHA 4-1; OV Victims beat Victoria College 2nd XI 7-0.GOLF – Alan Graham won the St Clement’s GC October Monthly Medal competition on countback with a nett 57, just pipping ‘Disco Danny’ Hughes who also had a nett 57.WHIPPETS – This year honours in the race for the Shadow Trophy, for entrants up to 18 months old and run over 100 yards, went to David Lawson’s Cadbury and Steve Lawson’s Coyote.

The main session of the afternoon’s races was for the October Handicap Shield, run over 150 yards plus the handicap yardage.

The races were dominated by Jean Burr’s Casino (5 yards handicap) who charged to her second trophy win of the racing season, followed into second place by Steve Lawson’s Capuccina starting 8 yards behind her, with a massive 13 yards handicap.

John Campbell’s Karnap took third place, with Coyote fourth.

Consolation race winner was Jenny Thomas’ Jetstream (10 yards handicap) with Ron and Bea de la Cour’s Plover and Margaret Coxshall’s Laddie sharing the veteran of the day honours.GOLF – Seventeen handicapper Paul King won the Demi Golf Society’s Tombstone Trophy competition, played at St Clement’s on Saturday, finishing 34 inches from the 18th hole with 9-handicapper Joe Straiton second, 44 inches from the 18th.SHOOTING – The Le Gresley handicap trophy was the final competition this season for the Jersey Rifle Association.

Held at Crabbé yesterday, the winner was Wally Langley with a score of 107.12.VOLLEYBALL – The results of the Insurance Corporation Volleyball League matches played yesterday are: Mixed: D’Oh 2, Nads 0 (25-19, 25-10); Jersey Post 0, Blues 2 (13-25, 18-25).

Mens: Crills Sandkickers 3, Bank of Scotland Int.

2 (13-25, 25-22, 5-25, 25-20, 15-13); PGB Highlands 2, Island Ladies 3 (23-25, 25-18, 22-25, 25-21, 9-15).

Ladies: Eastern One 3, Eastern Two 0 (25-11, 25-8, 25-21).GOLF – The Grouville Hall Challenge Cup competition held at the Royal Jersey was won by Alex Milligan and Daniel Thébault, after countback, with 41 points; Anton Skinner and Barry Phillips were second, also on 41, with Phil Barber and Eric Le Riche third on 39.SAILING – In yesterday’s Iron Stores Marine/Blake’s Paint series race three, The Dogs (Brown and partners) took line honours and first place in Class 0 with the Bees (Myatt and Treliving) second.

In Class 1 Toybox (Sugden and partners) was first and took line honours ahead of SuperQ (P and D Williams) while winner of Class 2, again with line honours, was Twilight (J Gaudin) with Starry Night (Stafford-Nelson and partners) second.GOLF – Paul Hatcher won the Men’s Footjoy competition at Wheatlands GC on Saturday with 42 points off his 20 handicap.

Len Norman was second with 40 points, h’cap 24 and Matthew Collins third with 39 points off his h’cap of 23.

In the ladies competition Pat Creighton won with 40 points from her 23 handicap and Wendy Garnier was second with 38 points off her 35 handicap.SHOOTING – Richard Honeycombe excelled in Saturday’s 7.62 Rifle Shield competition held by the Modern and Military Arms Association, winning with a combined score of 225, a clear ten points ahead of the rest of the field of 13.

GOLF – Honours were even in the foursomes matchplay Clark Cup competition between the Management Committee and the Ladies Committee at the Royal Jersey on Saturday with the final score 2-2.BAR BILLIARDS – The Jersey Masters Tournament played yesterday at the Star was won by sixth seed Mike Matthews of the Landmark Inn who defeated team mate and eighth seed Graham Bisson in the final by 13,490 points to 9,350.

Both of the top seeds, Steve Ahier and Dave Gallichan, were eliminated in the first round.

POOL – Jersey’s men swept the board in the annual Channel Islands championships played in Guernsey over the weekend.

Gary Cooke took the CI title for the first time following a 7-3 win against Adam Shorto while Carl Dix added the CI championship to his Jersey crown by defeating Guernsey’s Darren Hughes 4-1 in the junior event.

Jersey’s Wayne Summers and Chris Alexander took the doubles silverware following a 4-2 success against Guernsey’s Martin Desperques, the current CI snooker champion, and Silvy Magloire.

Jersey were not represented in the ladies’ event leaving Guernsey’s Rachelle Chandler to take the title from Dianne Gaudion.

SQUASH – Winners of the 23rd annual Jersey Squash Festival were Horsham Stars, who picked up their sixth title in as many years, beating the Jersey Missing Links team in the Division I finals.

The Jersey Dream Team, playing in Division III, beat Young Bucks in their final.RUNNING – Winners of the Graeme Le Maistre cross-country race, held at St Catherine’s Woods on Saturday, and organised by the RBC Spartan Athletic Club, were: Jon Coote (senior men); Gary Broster (men 40+); John Cunningham (men 50+); Sue Le Gros (senior women); Sarah Corcoran (women 35+); Barbara Parker (women 45+).MOTOR SPORT – Only one record was broken at the JMC & LCC sprint at the Five Mile Road on Saturday, by Guernsey’s Kent Gavey.

He lowered the Motorcycle 751cc to 1000cc record by 2/100th of a second to 10.65 seconds astride his Suzuki GSXR machine.SWIMMING – AIB Tigers won the first round of their Division I Speedo League campaign and have opened up a 50-point lead against the rest of the field while in Division II the JSC gained second place in their first round.GOLF – Helena Sumner won the Ladies Splash for Cash charity golf competition at Les Mielles Golf and Country Club – for the third time – on Saturday, with 38 points, beating Frances Shaw into second, also on 38, and Liz Shanks into third with 35.

Men’s winner was James Caunt with 47 points with Giovanni Seva second on 46 and Angelo Palomba third with 44.

The grand total of £15,000 was raised in the process with four local charities benefiting.

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