KARTING: Jersey Kart and Motor Club’s race results from yesterday’s meeting at Sorel: Cadets: 1, Matthew Chapman; 2, Rebecca Langlois; 3, Ashley Bonhomme.
Juniors: 1, Joel Wroe-Johnson; 2, Matthew Davis; 3, Kieran Monet.
100 Formula A: 1, Gavin Le Cornu.
125 Open gear-box: 1, Cliff Langlois; 2, Carl Vardon; 3, Robert Bonhomme.
PETANQUE: Results of the Jersey Petanque Club PBS Stableyard Doubles competition yesterday: 1, Barbara and Doug Baggs, 4 wins + 31 points; 2, Beryl and Ken Vibert, 3 wins + 19; 3, Joy Hart and Elaine Paisnel, 3 wins + 14.
SURFING: Colin Laurent won the Jersey Bodyboarders fundraising Surf Relief Day Expression Session which took place in good 3ft surf at La Saline.
Overall the club managed to raise around £150 which will be donated to Tsunami Surf Relief UK, the main organisers of Surf Relief Day, which has so far raised over £10,000 for Tsunami victims.
Other results: 2=, Clint Loake and Andy de la Mare; 4=, Gary Le Neveu and Terry Oliveira.
VOLLEYBALL: The Jersey Ladies B was the only home team to win a match in the annual inter-insular competition held on Saturday.
They beat Guernsey 3-1 (25-16, 25-16, 20-25, 25-20).
The Ladies A lost 3-2 in a very close match (25-23, 16-25, 10-25, 25-13, 17-15).
Both mens teams lost, the B 3-2 (17-25, 27-25, 25-17, 23-25, 15-6) and the A 3-0, the same score as last year but with a much closer scoreline (25-22, 25-19, 25-18).
BADMINTON: Mariana Agathangelou won a silver and two bronze medals at the weekend, at the end of the U17 Six Nations competition in France.
She and partner Vicki Ingram were beaten by the reigning European champions in the doubles final, 15-11, 15-2.
The bronze medal came in the mixed doubles semi-finals with partner Peter Mills, where they lost 15-14, 17-14, and in the team event.
NETBALL: The Jersey squad finished 28th of 46 teams competing in the inter-county tournament in Middlesbrough at the weekend.
SHOOTING: Cliff Mallett Jnr was top-scorer in the first stage of the Clarrie Mallett Trophy competition held at Crabbé yesterday, with a score of 149.22.
Graeme Harris and Mary Norman each scored 149.20 and Alex Langley 149.18.
GOLF: Winner of the St Clement’s GC Liberation Cup Stableford yesterday was head greenkeeper David Poole, who finished with 36 points.
George Le Maistre was second with 35 pts.
BOWLS: The team of Roselle Pallot, Daphne Hawes and Lawrence Rimeur beat Ricky Hawes, Jenny Rimeur and Stan Dorey 166-121 on Saturday in the final of the target competition for the Trinity Bowls Club’s Betty and Frank Thomas Trophy.
GOLF: The Demi Golf Society’s LL & G de S Trophy, played at St Clement’s Golf & Sports Centre on Saturday, was won by Toni Rowles with 37 points.
Jorge Moniz was second with 36.
SHOOTING: High Gun and Class A winner was Richard Le Brun with a score of 46 ex 50 in the Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s 50-bird sporting yesterday.
B class winner Albert Able scored 38 ex 50 while C class winner was Jack Hamby with 37.
Le Brun also topped the Home International sporting selection shoot, with 87 ahead of Mark Andrews with 86 and Mike Barnes on 84.
CYCLING: Chris Spence was five seconds off his 2003 Island record in yesterday’s CCC-organised 25-mile time trial at St Ouen.
He finished in a time of 56 minutes 51 seconds.
CCC veteran Mike Harris was second in 58.37 and Andy Hamon, VSJ, was third in 59.14.
Mark Wunsch, CCC, finished fourth in 59.56.
The CCC’s Helen Goulding was first lady home.
Harris also won the Standard Award with a plus of 10.56.
Peter du Val and Rob Mière (CCC) were the only team riding in the event, they finished in a time of 1.10.24.
GOLF: Wheatlands GC beat St Pierre Park 442-368 in yesterday’s Liberation Cup competition.
GOLF: The Wheatlands A team topped the National Nines of Europe CI qualifier at Wheatlands on Saturday.
The team of Paul Jones, Trevor Allen and Allan Black just pipped Les Ormes C, Gerald Harrison, Gordon Bennie and Derek Rogers.
Both teams finished on 106 points.
DARTS: The inter-insular matches held over the weekend were both won by Guernsey.
It was very close in the men’s, Jersey just being pipped 5-4 while although the ladies battled well they succumbed 6-3.
BADMINTON: The Carlton U13 badminton squad played visiting Dorset Juniors in back-to-back county matches at the weekend.
Captain Harry Watson won eight of his matches; new cap Jade Goodfellow won five as did Piers Le Moignan; second new cap Marilisa Garner won four, including a doubles with Goodfellow.
In the home match singles Le Moignan beat the Dorset No 2 and George Machon beat the Dorset No 5.
GOLF: Eighteen-year old Kyle Turmel won the Jersey Junior Golf Foundation’s Gothard Trophy scratch competition at the Royal Jersey course yesterday with a gross 71.
Robert Bailey was second on 74 and Matt Nicolle third with 76 – he edged out Kieran Goodricke on a countback.