Weekend in brief

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Second was Chris Barrow with 38 pts off 16 handicap and Terry Smith was third with 38 pts off handicap four.

TENNIS Guernsey retain title Level on eight points apiece after the men’s and ladies’ A team competitions at the Caesarean tennis club, Guernsey pulled ahead in the mixed doubles event to beat Jersey to the inter-insular trophy 13-11.

There was some consolation when Jersey’s B team, playing in Guernsey, drew 12-12.

GOLF Captain’s Prize for Rive With a gross 81 off his 12 handicap David Rive won the Captain’s Prize (White Course) at Royal Jersey on Saturday.

CYCLING Tanguy on top In yesterday’s Caesarean Cycling Club-organised handicap road race it was Vèlo Sport Jersey’s Richard Tanguy who took first place, in 1 hour 44.55 min.

Club-mate Jamie Barker was second and Sam Firby (CCC) was third.

JUNIOR GOLF Bellot for President’s In the Standard Bank Junior Golf President’s Trophy competition played yesterday at Royal Jersey Chris Bellot’s nett 62, gross 84 off 22 put him in top place ahead of Jamie Griffiths, nett 67 off 20 h’cap and Harry Singleton, nett 67 off 14.

SAILING Hobies’ summer races A fleet honours were shared in races 5 and 6 of the RCIYC Hobie Fleet Summer Breeze Series raced yesterday with Gordon Burgis/Kenny Snell winning the first race and Darren Stower and Mike Winspear winning the second.

Steve and Sam Duquemin won the B fleet races and Laura Voak and Thomas Harris placed first in the Dragoons (Junior) class.

BOWLS Sun beat St Saviour’s Sun Bowls Club members beat St Saviour’s BC 158-107 in their match at the First Tower club yesterday.

PETANQUE Doubles competition Results of yesterday’s Jersey Pétanque Club PBS men’s and women’s doubles competition was as follows: Men: 1, Lawrence Rondel/David Blanchard; 2, Lyndon Lewis/Gerald Rolland; 3, Gordon de Gruchy/Ken Vibert; 4, David Bowyer/Patrick Cochrane.

Ladies: 1, Rosemarie Le Masurier/Joan Le Herissier; 2, Nancy Welsh/Margaret Stokes; 3, Rita Le Brocq/Lorraine Norman; 4, Elaine Paisnel/Joy Hart.

GOLF It’s got to be Arthur The It’s got to be Gordons Stableford competition at Wheatlands GC on Saturday was won by Arthur Boyne with 44 pts off 27 handicap.

Allan Black was second with 35 pts off handicap 9 and Paulo Dias third with 35 off 24 h’cap.

GOLF Carter half-way there Jon Carter is in the lead after the first 18-hole round of the Demi Golf Society’s Club championship which was played on Saturday.

He scored a gross 69, nett 55, 14 handicap to lead Ray Pearce, gross 72, nett 58, h’cap 14 and George de Sousa gross 74, nett 59, h’cap 15.

CRICKET Seniors in Dorset The Credit Suisse Channel Islands 50+ cricketers were beaten by hosts Dorset in the ECB County Competition in Bournemouth yesterday, by seven wickets.

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