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Millward won by 15,250 points to 5,490 to become the first cueist to win the Open title three times.Jersey’s Dennis Helleur, a former Open champion, was a losing semi-finalist.Organiser Nigel Bisson said the standard of competition throughout the weekend had been very good and the event was well-attended.Jersey Bar Billiards Association president Don Cadec, of the Smuggler’s Inn, won the Plate final against Mark James, of Worthing.SWIMMINGThere were three meet records set in the Tiger’s Open Swim Meet over the weekend, the final time the international class gala will be held at Fort Regent.WHIPPETSThe Jersey Whippet Racing Club’s final race meeting on Saturday, held at the La Minoterie Field in St John, resulted in almost a clean sweep for owner Steve Lawson.

Capuccina retained the trophy; Topaz was second and their father Apache third and also winning the top-placed veteran award.

Jenny Thomas’s Jetstream was fourth.

Winner of the consolation race was Jean Burr’s Casino.

The results settled the League Championship, based on all major races during the year: First female was Topaz (73 points); second Capuccina (64); veteran, Plover (36).

Male: First, Jetstream (86); second Apache (74); veteran, Margaret Coxshall’s Laddie (43) To complete the season, the second session of races was open only to entrants never having won a major trophy, for the 150-yard Shenton Memorial Trophy.

Storming home for an exceptional win was Casino (Jean Burr) followed by Plover (Bea & Ron de la Cour) in second and also taking the veteran rosette.

Comanche (Sue and Richard Slous) was third and youngster Coyote (Steve Lawson) fourth.

Major John Campbell’s Karnap won the consolation rosette.HOCKEYResults from the weekend were as follows: Jersey Men’s Hockey Association Div I: JHC Gobis 4, OV Evolution Convicts 3.

Div II: JHC Lions 0, OV Veterans 3.GOLFRab McGhee and Peter Boon won St Clement Golf Club’s B G Romeril Foursomes with a net 56 off ten handicap yesterday at St Clement.

John Hughes and Ian Dodds were runner-up, net 60 off 13 handicap, and Ian Marshall and Alan Graham third with a net 61 off 18.SHOOTINGLitton Wood and Sean Roberts were Class A and high gun joint-winners with a score of 45 ex-50 at Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club yesterday morning.

Andrew Walsh-Waring won Class B with 35 ex-50 while Class C winner was James Angus with 39 ex-50.ATHLETICSSection winners in the RBC Jersey Spartan AC 8km Vowden Sports Series race yesterday from Jardin d’Olivet in Trinity were: Bruno Francesco (men), Nick Garrod (vet men); Ken White (senior vet men); Jo McGarry (ladies), Linda Wright (vet ladies) and Joyce Clinton (senior vet ladies).GOLFDave Carey and Colin Le Masurier scored a net 62 points to win Jersey Western GC’s Jubilee four-ball better-ball at La Moye yesterday morning.PETANQUECarrefour Pétanque Club’s Birch & Caboret sponsored mêlée competition on Saturday at L’Auberge du Nord, in St John, raised £425 for the Great Ormand Street Hospital Appeal.

The event was won by Dan Gayet with three wins and a plus-24 score.

Second was Karl Karch (two wins, plus 12) and third Brian Mollet (two wins, plus 15).SHOOTINGBob Blake claimed the Modern and Military Arms Association’s Trooper Trophy by ten points from Graeme Delanoe on Saturday afternoon at Crabbé.

A further two points behind was last year’s champion Tim Huchet.GOLFPaul King won the Demi Golf Society’s Le Perlais Shield on Saturday at the Jersey Recreation Ground in St Clement.

King returned 39 Stableford points to pip Richard Cornick by one point, both golfers playing off 17 handicaps.VOLLEYBALLResults of matches played yesterday, Mixed Division: Highlands PGB scrached to RBCI; Dream Team bt Jersey Post Juniors 2-0 (25-21, 25-23).

Ladies: Insurance Corporation Jets beat Crills 3-0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-15); Casa Madeira Panthers bt Eastern II 3-0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-12).

Men: Kleinwort Benson Astros bt Crills 3-0 (25-10, 25-10, 25-13).GOLFIsland golfer Trevor Gray returned an excellent four-under-par gross 66 to win the A G Le Couilliard Trophy with a net 63 at the Royal Jersey on Saturday.RUGBY UNIONJersey United Banks thumped Jersey Wanderers 62-22, while Jersey RFC 2nds beat Les Quennevais RFC 45-10 in the Doug Tranter Memorial Cup matches played yesterday.

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