Junior football: Tower U18’s perfect start ends

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Marcus Carlow netted for the hosts and James Jones for the visitors, the latter who now trail leaders Jersey Wanderers by two points in under-18 Division I.

Champions Sporting Academics suffered their second consecutive defeat, 2-1 at IJ Bathe Field against St Peter.

Paul Dingle hit the Accies’ consolation as Seb Mielles and David Vitalini registered for the Saints.

Grouville’s lead in Division II was cut to six points after they lost a three-goal lead in a 6-4 home defeat by St Martin/SCF.

Ryan Hodgson (two), Michael Brown and Jordan Brown netted for Grouville and José Mendes, Aaron Vetier, Rory de la Haye and Steve Irvine, together with an own goal, for St Martin/SCF.

Second-placed St Ouen won by the odd-goal in seven at home to St Clement.

Nathan Strzelecki bagged a brace and Phil Winstanley and Fozzy Godwin singles for the hosts with the visitors registering through Jason De Nobrega, Fabio De Jesus and Aaron Douglas.

Trinity and St Paul’s booked a first round under-16 Eric Amy Cup match with each other after both scoring five times in preliminary round matches at Les Quennevais.

Daniel Tardivel notched a hat-trick and Tom Brennan and John Borg singles as St Paul’s defeated St Ouen 5-0.

Doubles by Aaron Young and Alex Carpenter and a single from Danny Roberts took Trinity to a 5-3 success over Grouville.

Aaron Bowen (two) and James Quémard replied.

Jersey Wanderers maintained their one-point lead over St Brelade in under-16 Division I after both won.

Barry Keith netted twice and Ciaran Cooper once as Wanderers beat St Peter 3-2 at the Airport where Josh Wild and Scott Welsh replied for the Saints.

Johnny Willows, James Murray, Seb Poole and Luca Nicolle were on the mark in St Brelade’s 4-1 success away to First Tower, the hosts gaining their consolation through Fabio Santos.

Under-14 Division I leaders Jersey Wanderers A won 4-0 at St Clement A where Kamen Nafkha hit a brace and Ryan Connan and Ben Rose singles.

There were two goals apiece for Daniel Tostevin, John Tardivel and Harrison Dukes in St Paul’s A’s 6-4 win at St Saviour against St Peter.

Josh Coudrais, Clayton Romeril, Matthew Ratcliffe and Joe Parkinson were on target for the visitors.

Rozel Rovers and St John remain locked together at the top of under-14 Division II.

Rozel won 7-0 at Le Couvent against St Brelade following goals by Conor Mallet (three), Aaron Young (two), Timmy Corson and Jamie Hudson.

St John returned 8-2 winners from St Clement B where Hugo Powell scored six times and Mark Goddard and Richard Streets once each.

Alex Thompson and James Bailey replied.

Jordan Hébert and Daniel Kearns and Michael Neaves and Elliott Jones were on target for Jersey Wanderers B and Grouville respectively in a 2-2 draw at the Hockey Club.

Asha Moyse hit a hat-trick, Paul McCafferty notched a pair and James Goddard a single as St Paul’s B defeated St Ouen 6-0 at the FB Fields.

U12 Red: Jersey Wanderers A 16 (Phil Wheatley, four), Ben Smiley, two, Luke Stratford, two, Stephen Coelho, two, Mark Hickling, two, Jay Newton, Dominic Sutton, Stephen Ellis, Luke Philpott), First Tower 0.

St Paul’s A 5 (Jack Hinton, three, Harrison Crick, Jako Martinovic), St Clement A 0.

White: Jersey Wanderers B 2 (Fraser Barlow, two), Grouville 8 (Cavan Miley, three, Bruno Da Silva, two, Jordan Ward, Tom Le Monnier, Richard Goncalves).

St Paul’s B 8 (Fabian Franklin, three, Dominic Travers, two, Stephen Byrne, two, Jay Giles), St Brelade 1.

Blue: Rozel Rovers 8 (Adam Falle, three, George French, two, Alexander Henstridge, Tom Clarke, Jack Rebours), Beeches Old Boys 1 (David Boyes-Varley).

St Ouen 3 (Richard Guillaume, two, Jordan Sewrey), St Clement B 3 (Luke Brown, two, Dylan Rawlinson).

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