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Kenyon scored at Clos des Pauvres, in St Saviour, on the hour to settle the issue but it was St Paul’s who squandered the best opportunities, twice in the first half Brett Willoughby failed to hit the target with only goalkeeper Greg Forster to beat while Declan Sowney was unlucky when he nodded the ball against the framework of the Wanderers’ goal.

There were many good individual performances from players of both clubs but play was often scrappy as both teams closed the opposition down quickly as they attempted to gain the upper hand.

First Tower opened their season with a 5-0 home win against Sporting Academics, the latter who had Jamie Kyle sent off following a comment made to a club linesman.

James Jones hit a hat-trick and Arthur Illingworth and Jason Fox singles for the winners against the current Jersey and Channel Islands champions.

St Peter and St Brelade shared two goals at St Peter where the hosts netted with an own goal and the visitors via Adam Russell.

Grouville opened up a six-point advantage in Division II after winning their third game, 6-3 at home to St Ouen.

Mikey Brown and Jordan Brown both scored twice for the winners as Sam Dustow and Lee Richomme hit singles.

Joe Baugh (two) and Nathan Strezlecki replied.

St Martin/SCF defeated St Clement 5-2 at St Martin to collect their first points.

José Mendes (three) and Steve Irvine registered for the hosts and Fabio De Jesus and Jason De Nobrega for the visitors.

Goals from Jay Reid, Chris Mourant and Michael Weir steered Jersey Wanderers to a 3-1 success against the home team at St Brelade in under-16 Division I.

Seb Poole replied.

St Paul’s returned 2-1 victors from Trinity where Aaron Young notched for the hosts and Anthony Fitzmaurice and Thomas Hébert for the visitors.

Daniel Huet hit a hat-trick in Division II in Rozel Rovers’ 7-1 win away to St Clement.

James Meddar (penalty), Jack Seymour, Charlie Skrzypczak and Ben Hall completed Rozel’s marksmen.

St Clement A and Jersey Wanderers A are locked on nine points at the top of U14 Division III after both collected third successes, St Clement without playing as First Tower scratched because of injury, illness and players out of the Island.

Wanderers defeated St Paul’s A 5-3 at the Hockey Club where Ryan Connan (two), Jamie Mourant, Kamen Nafkha and Bradley Stratford were on target for Wanderers and John Tardivel, George Houzé and Jamie Bowkett for St Paul’s.

Jersey Scottish remain rooted in bottom place after they slumped to their third double-figure defeat, 12-2 against St Peter at Les Quennevais.

Matthew Ratcliffe (four), Josh Coudrai (two), Clayton Romeril (two), Jonathon Ward, Jonathon Rea, Joe Parkinson and Connor Davis were on target for St Peter and Jordan Robinson and Elliott Quérée for the Scots.

St John head Division II after their second consecutive win, 9-1 at home against Jersey Wanderers B.

Hugo Powell was the day’s joint leading scorer with five while Zak Pygott, Sebastian Hamon-Cole, Francis O’Halloran and Richard Streets hit singles.

Matthew Noble replied.

Josh Renton hit five of Rozel Rovers’ goals in a 13-0 success against the home team at St Ouen.

Sam Ward, Jamie Hudson and Martin Parkins all scored a brace with Luke Denoual and Rhys Johansen adding singles.

Grouville won the Eastern derby 5-2 at St Clement B where Ross Crenan and Alex Thompson notched for the hosts and Elliott Jones (two), Ryan Horton (two) and Liam O’Connell for the visitors.

Aysha Moyse hit a hat-trick in St Paul’s B’s 5-2 win at St Brelade.

Four of the six games in the U12 groups were decided by one goal.

In the Blue Group, at Les Quennevais, St Ouen won 3-2 against Rozel Rovers while St Peter B defeated Beeches Old Boys 1-0.

Harry Caldwell hit St Peter’s goal while Matthew Falle and James O’Dell netted for Rozel.

St Ouen scored twice through Harry Cochrane while their other goal was from the half-way line from Sean Channing.

In the White Group, at the FB Fields, Oliver Terry and Fraser Barton were on target in Jersey Wanderers B’s 2-1 win against St Paul’s.

Billy Hickling replied.

There were two goals each from Tom Floyd, Thomas Le Monnier and Kavan Miley in Grouville’s 8-2 win against St John.

Miles Wood-McGrath and Richard Goncalves completed Grouville’s scorers with Kendal Perree and George Rice on target for St John.

At Les Quennevais, St Peter scored a dozen times without reply against First Tower.

On target were Jamie Gray (four), Rhys Noone (two), Luke Savva (two), Charlie Beakes, Nathan Hayes, Aaron White and Glen Horman.

Jack Hinton and Harrison Crick netted for St Paul’s A, 2-1 winners against Jersey Wanderers A.

Luke Stratford replied.

St Paul’s Football Club matched Jersey Wanderers’ achievement of fielding six junior sides on Sunday.

The Saints were represented by two under-12, two under-14 and under-16 and under-18 teams in the Jersey Telecom Junior League.

Club president Charlie Browne thanked all players, coaches and volunteers for their wonderful support.

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