Jamie Allen and Luke Watson both scored twice and goalkeeper Aaron Gouveia – a penalty – once to send St Paul’s to the top on goal difference from First Tower.At Le Couvent Tower also picked up three points, from a 1-0 win over the home side Rozel Rovers.
Nathan Maguire scored the only goal while his brother Tony broke his leg.Sporting Academics maintained their position at the top of Division II after a 3-1 victory against St Brelade.
Ollie Nolan, Michael Vieira and Stephen Du Four were on target for Accies with Tim Guillaume netting for Saints.Trinity replaced St Brelade in second place following their 5-2 home success against St John.
Graham Ling struck his first hat-trick of the season with Gordon McCallum bagging a brace.St Clement picked up their first win of the season to go fourth as their 8-1 win over Sporting Club Franais kept the latter rooted to the bottom.
James Kevin and Michael Ruan both grabbed hat-tricks with Ricardo adding a double.
Andy Oliveira replied for SCF.Jersey Scottish head Under-14 Division I after beating previous leaders First Tower 3-0 at La Hague Manor.
Arthur Barrett (two) and Callum Brennan netted for the Scots.St Paul’s beat Jersey Wanderers 3-2 at St Saviour to move into second place.
Josh White, Michael Weir and Declan Sowney were on target for the winners with James Querée and Charlie Johnson scoring for Wanderers.Sporting Academics thumped Rozel Rovers in Division II and now occupy second place.
Chris Ward top-scored with seven goals, Sam Furness netted twice and there were singles for Nick Holmes, John Borg, Sam Meiklejohn and Henry Adelmann.