John Muir and Bobby Bailey won with a gross 73, nett 63 and a half off their 9 and a half handicap; Jim and James Robertson were second (86, 69, h’cap 17) and Rob and Tom Kelly third (80, 69, h’cap 11).
SHOOTING: Top shot in the Modern and Military Arms Association competition for the Cardy Trophy was Maurice Saunders with a total of 127 points.GOLF: Mick Le Feuvre won the Royal Jersey GC Club Cup on Saturday with a gross 68, nett 63 off his 5 handicap.
Bobby Bailey was second with gross 73, nett 65, h’cap 8; Richard Belsey was third, gross 82, nett 67, h’cap 15.WHIPPET RACING: Mr Ed owned by Mary Herold won his first race of the season yesterday and the Eric Bisson Memorial Trophy.
Winner of Lily’s Trophy in the veteran’s category was Plover owned by Ron and Bea de la Cour.
Report follows.GOLF: Mark Garnier won the Le Caudey Stableford and Abbey National qualifier played at La Moye on Saturday, after count back, with 40 points.
Gerry Mynes was second, with 40 and Bart McCarthy third with 39.JET SKIING: An electrical fault in the last lap of the last race of the final European Championship meet cost Ryan Burt his third place overall.
He finished fourth in both the race and the series.
Report follows.GOLF: The St Clement GC Merchant Vintner Better Ball Stableford was won by Brian Renouf and George Le Maistre with 48 points.
Second, on 46, were John Hughes and Phil McGovern.BOWLS: Winners of the Sun Bowls Roy Dupré trophy competition yesterday were Barry Hall, David Delauney and Jo Le Saint with eight points + 42 shots.
Runners up were Con Dowd, Peter Horn and Peter Groom with six points + 20 shots.SHOOTING: The Bolitho district shoot was held yesterday at Crabbé resulting in a win for the South district with a score of 805.86.
Close behind was the West district with 804.82.
Bruce Horwood top scored with 104.16 just ahead of Mary Norman with 104.15, and Wally Langley with 104.13.BOWLS: The annual match between St Brelade BC and St Saviour BC was won by the home team with St Brelade taking a six rinks to two victory with 203 shots to their opponents’ 137.BOWLS: The JBA men’s and women’s Island finals were held at Les Creux over the weekend with winners going forward to the 2004 National finals.
Winners in the women’s were: Triples: Lorraine Murphy, Chris Grimes and Sheila McGinnigle; Novice: Carol Ruderham; Fours: Sue Dingle, Jenny Allo, Jean Jones, Shirley Bewhay; Singles: Gean O’Neil; Pairs: Gean O’Neil and Karina Horman; Drawn Fours: Sue Noel, Margaret Perren, Nancy Harris, Jean Small; Over 60s: Pat Panter; Over 70s: Margaret Loughlin.
All winners now go to Guernsey for the CI finals.SHOOTING: There was a tie for class A and High gun between Ashley Le Sech and Mark Andrews at the Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s 50 bird sporting shoot, with both men scoring 42.
B class winner was Albert Able with 39; C class winner was James Angus with 27.CYCLING: Chris Spence (CCC) was first over the line in the 25 mile Island championship time trial on the Five Mile Road course yesterday, in 56 min 46 sec.
Sam Firby (CCC) was second in 56.55 and Mike Harris (CCC) was third, and first veteran home, in 57.54.ROWING: The Jersey Rowing Club Round Island handicap race was won by Romerils (ladies pair) in 5 hr 35 min 04 sec; Citicabs (men’s fours) was second in 4.42.56; men’s sliding pair John Pallot Brown and Shaun Bosio were third in 5.38.31 and mixed pair Peter Jenner and Sabine l’Hotelier were fourth in 5.49.23.BADMINTON: Mariana Agathangelou started the new U17 badminton season with a mixed doubles gold medal and a bronze in the level doubles.
She reached the quarter-finals in the singles then was knocked out by the Scotland No 1.MASTERS SWIMMING: John Liron won three medals at the European Masters Swimming Championships at Millau in southern France over the weekend.
The former States firefighter, swimming in the 50-59 age group, won gold in the 50m freestyle in a time of 27.32 sec and silver in the 50m breast-stroke in what he described as a disappointing 35.50 sec.
He also won silver in the 4x50m freestyle relay as part of the London-based Spencer SC quartet which smashed the British record by 5.10 sec in a time of 1.57.40.
Liron is sponsored by Moore Stephens.