Weekend sport in brief

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Close behind him was veteran Cliff Mallett with 150.19.

Michael Bateman was top Victoria College shooter with 148.18, with Alan d’Authreau on 148.16.

GOLF Martin wins May Medal Dale Martin won Les Ormes GC May Medal competition yesterday, beating Neil Merritt and Derren Glover into second and third places respectively.

VOLLEYBALL Men’s Best of Rest are better In the final matches of the JVA Insurance Corporation Volleyball League season Crills Sandkickers I beat Astros II 3-0 (25-18, 25-14, 25-17) and ladies’ champions 2e2 Panthers beat Best of the Rest 3-0 (25-15, 25-14, 25-15), but the Best of the Rest in the men’s league beat champions Astros I 3-2 (18-25, 25-20, 26-24, 25-21, 11-15).

MOTOCROSS Success for Le Viellez Junior motocross rider Lee Le Viellez (ten) maintained his good form in the 65 cc Brittany championships with a third place overall after he finished third in both his races at the weekend.

SHOOTING Le Rendu takes the bird High Gun in the Crabbé Clay Pigeon Club’s 50 bird sporting yesterday with 48 ex 50 was Class A shooter Dave Le Rendu.

The B class winner was Wayne Shales, who finished with 35, and Ian Averty took the C class with 23.

PETANQUE Carrefour Open singles Carrefour Pétanque cClub players had a clean sweep in the Dave de Ste Croix Open singles competition on Saturday, with Bernie Birch first, Tim Bechelet second and Robert Birch third.

The DH Sutherland Ltd Singles Plate and Consolage also took place.

Maurice Richard and Tony Lagadu (both CPC) were first and second in the Plate, with Jersey Pétanque Club’s Dennis Le Mercier third, and there was another one-two-three from Carrefour players Mick Cotillard, Mary Whittaker and Lol Thérin in the Consolage.

WHIPPET RACING Six of the best Jetstream, owned by Jenny Thomas, won all six races to pick up the Jersey Pedigree Whippet Racing Club May Handicap Shield and the Candy Memorial Trophy.

Jetstream beat his sister Khia (Alan Modral) and Missy (Kate Dickenson) in the Shield competition and Capuccina (Steve Lawson) and Missy in the second event.

Top veteran in both Trophy sessions was Una Le Ruez’s Sprite.

GOLF Osment takes the medal The Demi Golf Society’s May Medal competition, held at St Clement’s GC on Saturday was won by Peter Osment with a nett 58 off 14 handicap.

Roger de Sousa finished second with a nett 61 off 11 and Gary Parsons was third with a nett 62 off 12.

ATHLETICS Le Couilliard leads the way Veteran runner Peter Le Couilliard was first across the line in the Andy Coughlan Memorial ten-mile race along the Five Mile Road yesterday.

He beat Dave Ibbotson and Jon Coote into second and third places respectively.

The first three ladies home were, Carol Knight, Sarah Corcoran and Barbara Parker.

GOLF Baglin bags May Medal St Clement’s Golf Club May Medal competition played yesterday was won by Phil Baglin, who finished with a nett 55 off 13 handicap.

Steve Harben was second with 57 off 16 and Dave Poole third with 59 off 6.

CRICKET There were wins for Romerils and Old Victorians in the opening NatWest Weekend League Premiership matches on Saturday.

Romerils beat St Ouen’s by 137 runs, with man-of-the-match Ryan Driver scoring 144 of their total 294 and taking two wickets for 20.

Mike Waite was also in form, taking 3 for 28.

Caesareans scored 238 in their innings and were still beaten by the OVs.

In Division I there were three wickets apiece for St Ouen’s Reserves’ bowlers Clews, Dunning and Johnson as they beat Romerils Reserves by 38 runs.

OV 2nds beat Caeareans 2nds by 17 runs.

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