The scores were – Ladies B: Guernsey won 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-23); Men’s B: Guernsey won 3-2 (15-25, 25-20, 25-16, 21-25, 19-17); Ladies A: Guernsey won 3-2 (25-21, 24-26, 21-25, 25-14, 15-7); Men’s A: Guernsey won 3-2 (23-25, 19-25, 25-23, 25-20, 15-9).
KARTING: Results from this weekend’s Jersey Kart Club meeting at Sorel were: Cadets – 1, Struan Moore; 2, Brittany Vautier.
Mini Max: 1, Joshua Vautier; 2, Ashley Bonhomme; 3, Luke Perkins.
Juniors: 1, Mathew Davis; 2, Alex Troy; 3, Joel Wroe-Johnson.
100 Formula A/125 Open: 1, Gavin Le Cornu; 2, Edward Verrechio; 3, Robin Troy.
125 Open: 1, Cliff Langlois; 2, Gary Ferey.
GOLF: Richard Cornick won the Demi Golf Society’s St Paul’s Cup competition at St Clement’s GC on Saturday, carding a net 62 off his 13 handicap.
Toni Rowles (15 handicap) and Paul King (13 handicap) followed with net 63s.
DARTS: The Jersey women’s darts team, playing away from home, won their inter-insular 5-4 despite going 4-0 down after the first four games.
Tina Carver, playing the last match of nine, held her nerve to win 2-1.
The men’s team, however, lost 5-4.
GOLF: Berridge nets St Clement’s Cup Malcolm Berridge scored an excellent 40 Stableford points to win St Clement’s Cup by two points from Eddie Goldie yesterday at St Clement.
Berridge played off 14 handicap and Goldie off 20.
BOWLS: The Jersey junior bowls team of S Ruderham, S Mezec, M Hervé, G Davis, R Davis, P Dingle, M de Souza, R Macdonald drew their inter-insular at Grainville on Saturday, 12-12.
Ross Davis was named as player of the tournament.
GOLF: Cassandra Holderness, with 36 points off a handicap of 14, won the Royal Jersey Golf Club’s Ladies’ Ohlsson Cup on Friday (Division I).
Second was Suzanne Trower (35 points, 12 handicap), third was Cynthia Binet (34 points, 17 handicap).
Division II winner was Lily Morgan (35 points, 22 handicap).
MOTOR SPORT: It was a great weekend for ten-year-old Lee Le Viellez.
He had another podium finish in the 65 cc class of the Brittany Moto-x championship at St Nolff on Saturday, to move into second place for the overall championship.
The youngster then put on a faultless display to win the Jersey Motor Cycle and Light Car Club’s GLF Motor Vehicle Repairs Trophy of the Day for the Junior 65 cc class yesterday.
Runner up was Michael Veloso with Adam Harris, returning from injury, third overall.
The most exciting class was the Senior 85 cc where Ben Le Cornu, Brett Pearce and Luke Lesbirel battled for the spoils and each rider gained a race win.
TRIATHLON: Paul Clements competed in the Noumea International Triathlon yesterday, on the Pacific island of New Caledonia.
Held in hot and humid conditions, it was hard going for the Jersey athlete but he put in a good performance against a strong international field.
PETANQUE: Keith and Matthew Pinel won the Jersey Petanque Club’s PBS Stableyard event yesterday, with four wins out of four and a +20 score.
Second were Phyllis Saunders and Jean Maguire (four wins, +10), followed by Mick Rondel and Pru Vibert (three wins, +26).
BOWLS: Kevin Gray skipped Nancy Harris, John Labey and J Le Cocq to a victory in St Saviour’s BC’s opening day tournament on Saturday.
They beat Bunny Derrien, Doreen Foster, Geoff Delauney and Olive Orengo 30-28.
SHOOTING: Commonwealth Games man Dave Ward won the Jersey Pistol Club’s ISSF standard pistol event at Crabbé over the weekend, with his total of 544 being two better than second-placed Mike Quénault.
GOLF: Les Mielles GC beat La Moye five-and-and-half to one-and-a-half to reach the Jersey final of the Hampshire Sevens.
They will now face Les Ormes.
In an inter-club match Royal Jersey GC beat Les Ormes 7-3.
SHOOTING: Colin Mallett continued his great form to win the first stage of the Clarrie Mallett Trophy at Crabbé yesterday, his total of 150.21 just enough to push Mary Norman (150.19) into second spot.