Football:Wanderers final task a tough one

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Peter Vincenti made a quick return from his injury the previous weekend to net a couple of goals while Ben Ahier, Ryan Durand and David Syvret all chipped in with singles.

Tower’s other goal was an own goal while Wanderers hit the target through under-16 Oliver Thompson and Jordan Rae.Tower’s victory moved them a dozen points clear of second-placed St Paul’s, the latter who have two games in hand.Division II leaders Trinity, who have also played two games more, took advantage of their nearest challengers being without a fixture to open a four-point lead over Sporting Academics.Trinity won 1-0 at home to one-from-bottom St Clement, who gave a good account of themselves, with Shane Jandron hitting the only goal in the second half.As reported yesterday, St Brelade manager Martin Mundy took his team of the pitch against hosts St Peter after three of his players had been sent off in the opening 21 minutes.

The score was 0-0 when the match was halted.St John scored ten goals in each half to thrash Sporting Club 20-0 at Les Quennevais.

Ben Whitley scored six, Tom Seal, Mark Roche and Michael Hillsden hit hat-tricks while Kyle Turmel notched a brace and Chris Le Brocq and Tim Jones singles.

The other goal was an own goal.Jersey Scottish chalked up their seventh consecutive under-14 Division I victory to move six points clear at the top.

The Scots won 6-0 away against St Paul’s at Clos des Pauvres after Ruben De Freitas and Arthur Barrett scored twice and Aarron Scott and Jack Boyle once each.Division II leaders St Brelade remain undefeated, after their eighth win in nine games came, 8-1 at home to St Peter.

Declan Norris, Liam Walker and Jordan McBride hit a brace each for the winners with Josh Hinds and Phil Cuming adding singles.

James Bee replied.There were goals galore in under-12s games, St Peter A leading the way with a 12-4 Blue Group win against St Clement A.

Josh Coudrais scored five for the winners with Michael Spittal (three), Andy Pitcher (two), Josh Le Marquand and Dylan Revie completing the scoring.

Grant Johnson (two), Andrew Kearsey and Kurtis Guthrie netted for the Easterners.Connor Davies, Tom Gallichan, Andrew Gee, George Houzé and Ciaran Devereux scored for St Paul’s B in a 5-1 win against St Brelade.

Karl Hines notched the parish side’s consolation.Ben Rose scored Jersey Wanderers B’s consolation in a 3-1 defeat by Jersey Scottish.

Elliot Sweet, Jake Hudson and Bradley Kearsey netted for the Scots.Grouville A beat First Tower 8-0 in the Red Group after goals by Josh Warder (three), George Ghaffari (two), Tom O’Toole, James Hudson and Philip Le Maistre.

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