The women’s fours was more one-sided as Jersey won 5-1 and by 17 shots.
The closest game was on rink three, where Joan Renouf’s team won 15-14.
In its own way this made up for the men’s fours game played on rink five, under skip Tim Mallet, for they had lost their match to Guernsey by exactly the same score.
Meanwhile, in the inter-insular matches for Channel Islands’ titles, Jamie Macdonald suffered mixed fortunes.
Although he won the men’s individuals singles’ title relatively easily, beating Gary Pitschou 21-9, he then lost the under 25 title, even more convincingly, as Matt Le Ber beat him 21-6.
The women’s title this year was won by Sue Noel, who beat Alison Merrien 21-11.
In a series of one-sided matches, the closest game came in the Channel Islands’ pairs, where Frank Hambly and Chummy Porée held on for a 16-14 win over Don Batiste and Ricky Nash.