Football:Tower stretch lead on sad day for Rozel

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Tower won 10-0 with the game being forfeited by Grouville after 55 minutes as a result of an ambulance being called to take injured Island midfielder Peter Vincenti to the General Hospital.It was thought Vincenti had broken a leg but it was later found out that he had suffered severe bruising.Champions Tower maintained their 100 per cent record from seven league games following goals by Ryan Durand (three), Vincenti (two), Daniel Parry (two), Bradley Russell (two) and Ben Ahier.Rozel Rovers’ games were all postponed as a mark of respect to under-18 player Mark Jowett.

The teenager died in Southampton hospital on Saturday morning as a result of head and chest injuries sustained in a car crash in Jersey the previous weekend.All other under-18 and under-16 divisional and cup matches were postponed because of waterlogged pitches.In afternoon under-12 games, Ruben Pestana scored from the penalty spot in St Paul’s A’s 3-1 Red Group defeat by Jersey Wanderers A at Grainville.

Greg Turner and Ross Jeffs scored for Wanderers whose other goal came from a St Paul’s defender.St Ouen and St Peter B won White Group matches at Les Quennevais.

St Ouen’s Sam Cartwright and Ben Gilhooly both scored hat-tricks in a 6-2 win against Grouville B.

Phil Le Maistre and Jack Jolly replied.Andrew Kearsey bagged St Clement B’s consolation in a 7-1 defeat by St Peter B.

On target for the Westerners were Andrew Pitcher (two), Jonny Ward, Nathan Brien, Bradley Heald, Josh Le Marquand and Joshua Coudrais.

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