A total of 21 of Tower’s 29 divisional goals have come in two games against luck-less Wanderers with Ryan Durand top-scoring at La Hague Manor in the latest game with a four-goal return.Peter Vincenti chipped in with a hat-trick while Daniel Parry and Nathan Maguire notched doubles and Bradley Russell a single.
Wanderers’ marksman was David Cooper.Tower, from a game played more, are now six points ahead of St Paul’s and Rozel Rovers.
The Rovers returned with maximum points from Le Boulivot after winning 6-0 against Grouville.
Jamie Savory was among the goals again with a hat-trick, while Scott Malorey scored twice and Mark Jowett once.Results in Division II were much closer with two draws.Ryan Morgan and Scott Boydens hit two a piece for hosts St Brelade who shared eight goals at home to St Peter.
Ryan Le Cornu (15) went one better for the visitors with a hat-trick, Mark Le Maistre hit the other.St Clement and Trinity were also inseparable following a 2-2 at St Clement.
Ricardo Camara and Phil Kendall netted for the home team and Anthony Morgan and Richard Parker for the visitors.Jersey Scottish opened up a six-point lead when defeating second-placed St Paul’s 3-2.
At the FB Fields, Calum Brennan struck a double and Rory de la Haye a single after the Saints had led 2-0 at half time through Declan Sowney and Josh White.Jersey Wanderers joined St Paul’s and First Tower on six points after an 11-2 home win at the Hockey Club against Grouville.
Charlie Johnson, Max Jouan, Harry Keith and Chris Mourant all scored a brace for the winners.
Adam Collins, Sam Dustow and Sam Crenan completed the scoring with Ross Davidson replying twice for Grouville.Division II leaders St Brelade dropped their first points of the season after they were held to a goal-less draw by the home team at St Peter.Sporting Academics, who have a game in hand, moved to within four points of St Brelade after two goals by Chris Ward and one by Henry Engleman in a 3-1 victory against St Clement.Rozel Rovers remain rooted to the bottom of the table after they were edged out by the odd-goal in three away to St Ouen.
Matthew Duncan and Jake Powell were on target for the winners and Paul Canas for the losers.Scott Crawford and Ben Rose netted for Jersey Scottish and Jersey Wanderers B respectively in an under-12 Blue Group match while two goals from Blake Derbyshire and one from Andrew Gee secured St Paul’s B a 3-0 success against St Peter A.