Weekend sport in brief

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The A team beat Guernsey 47-35; Jersey B won 60-33; Jersey over-35s won 46-32, the U14s beat their counterparts 62-31 and the U15s also won, 53-32.

Jersey U12s were the only side to experience defeat after they lost 22-17.

GOLF: Royal Jersey GC were beaten 4-3 in their Hampshire 7-a-side match against La Moye at the Grouville links yesterday.

In a close competition Richard Ramskill got the winning point for La Moye when he beat Paul Le Chevalier on the 20th hole.

MOUNTAIN BIKES: Kieron Mills won the Elite class championship by one point in yesterday’s final Mark Pickford’s/CCC winter mountain bike race at St Ouen.

Veteran Michael Boarer finished second, riding clear of the remaining élite and sports class racers and winning the Vets class.

Adam Wojtkiewicz won the Sports class; Caroline Davis won the womens’ and Robert Coutanche and Rikki Knowlton the schoolboys’.

RUGBY UNION: Sides from the UK fully-tested Jersey RFC Academy U15 and U16 teams over the weekend, with the hosts only claiming one victory from three.

Tries from Luc Le Sueur, Mark Livesey and Michael Le Bourgoise and two conversions from Stephen Phelan gave the U16s a 19-15 victory over Guildonians U16s yesterday, avenging the visitors’ 35-5 win over the Moore Management Academy U15s on Saturday.

Hooker Tom Breeze scored Jersey’s try on Saturday.

The U15s performed well against Westcliffe yesterday, but went down 31-5, with winger Harry Prosser scoring the home try.

SHOOTING: Winner of Class A and High Gun in the Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s 50-bird sporting yesterday was John de la Haye with a score of 40 ex 50.

B Class winner was Wayne Shales with 37 and top C Class shooter was James Lawrence with 26 ex 50.

GOLF: Winners of La Moye GC’s four-ball better-ball Pike Cup competition were Chris Stead and Mark Le Boutillier who finished on 44 points.

Phil Austin and Tony Simmons were runners-up with 43 points and, with the same score, Colin Amos and Derek Hart were third.

ATHLETICS: Carol Knight was the first to finish Jersey Spartan AC’s Vowden Sport road race series 20 km handicap yesterday.

She was followed home by Jack Johnson Deeley then Jon Coote – the later having been the last to start the course from Les Quennevais to Les Laveurs, St Ouen, and back.

CYCLING: Saturday’s one hour plus 5-lap race at the Frank Machon track at Les Quennevais was won by Richard Tanguy (VSJ), ahead of Jim Garrett (VSJ) and veteran Dave Mayman (CCC).

Junior Chris Sevior (CCC) finished fifth and Jim Davis (VSJ) was first lady home.

KARTING: Racing on the Ronez loop road yesterday, Harry Carré was first in the Jersey Kart Club’s cadet class; Matthew Chapman topped the mini max class; first in the juniors was Joel Wroe-Johnson; Xavier Le Monnier won the 100 Formula A/125 Max class; and Cliff Langlois won the 125 Open.

PETANQUE: Winners of the DH Sutherland Ltd doubles mêlée at the Carrefour Pétanque Club on Saturday were Neil Selby and Robert Morel with 3 wins +14.

In second place were Les Quénault and Mick Dickinson with 2 wins +14 while Roy Langlois and Dan Gayet finished third with 2 wins +12.

HOCKEY: Combined side GVG – Grouville, Victoria College Prep and St George’s – received the Fair Play Award in the Deutsche Bank Development Mini Hockey festival at Les Quennevais on Saturday.

The winning overall team was that from VCP with Samarès School second.

Best Girl and Boy were Emma Zambon (E&Y Quackers) and Dominic Blampied (Springfield).

The teams taking part were Samarès, Springfield, Grouville, VCP, St George’s, E&Y Quackers and GVG.

GOLF: Sean Kavanagh won St Clement’s GC Monthly Medal competition with a gross 64 off 7 handicap.

Second was Dougie Eggie with gross 72 off 12 handicap.

HOCKEY: INVESTEC LADIES beat OV Vets 4-1 in the Men’s Investec League Division II game on Friday night at Les Quennevais.

GOLF: JORGE MONIZ topped the table in the Demi Golf Society’s Putting Cup and Stableford Hustle on Saturday with 25 putts and 38 points.

Steve Harben was second with 31 putts and 38 pts and Kenny Mitchell was third with 29 putts and 36 pts.

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