Wanderers’ unbeaten run extended

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Former Championship division player-of-the-year Arthur Illingworth bagged a hat-trick as Wanderers scored 11 times without reply, for their seventh success in eight games in all competitions.

Illingworth’s second treble of the campaign moved him on to 17 goals for the season.

Doubles were added by Harrison Moon and Dan Romeril and singles by Fraser Barlow, Josh Coutanche, Jules Gabbiadini and Charlie Payn.

Rozel Rovers avenged 5-1 Premiership and Le Riche Cup defeats by winning 1-0 away to St Ouen.

George Glithero’s seventh goal of the season – and fifth in five games – helped the Rovers register just their second divisional win.

St Lawrence and Sporting Academics will meet in the PW Touzel Memorial Trophy final on 12 April after winning their semi-finals.

Ricky Figueira scored a hat-trick in St Lawrence’s 4-0 win against First Tower United at the Airport, where Scott Welsh hit the opener.

Figueira, who has scored in nine of his last ten games, now has 14 goals for the season.

The second of his strikes on Saturday came from the spot after St Lawrence were awarded a contentious penalty – one which Welsh sportingly opposed.

The St Lawrence striker appeared to foul opponent Alex Mottram inside Tower’s box, but referee Dougie Orr gave it the other way and stuck to his guns when Welsh objected to the decision.

Former Muratti player Jamie Savory scored deep into stoppage time for what turned out to be the match-winning goal for ten-man Sporting Academics, in a 2-1 success against St Brelade at the IJ Bathe Field.

Savory also scored Accies’ other goal, while Jay Thomson hit the target from 35 yards for St Brelade.

Accies’ Sean Wilson was red-carded for serious foul play with around 20 minutes remaining.

Trinity Reserves, from a game played more, moved three points clear at the top of Division I after defeating JTC Jersey Wanderers 5-0 at Les Quennevais.

Joe Caton and Ben Cesar notched doubles for the victors and Max Simon a single.

St Paul’s scratched for the second game running after being unable to raise a team to face St Clement.

St Peter C, from three games more played, retained their three-point advantage over St Clement C at the top of Division II after both won.

St Peter scored seven without reply at St Brelade Reserves, while St Clement won 6-0 at home against third-placed Rozel Rovers.

Chris Conning netted four times for St Peter with singles added by father-and-son Barry and Jack Hardisty and Hugo Pereira.

Conor Maher scored twice for St Clement and junior Owen Anderton, Lucas Foreman, Rhys Johansen and Asher Moyse once each.

Trinity C won by the odd-goal in five against Sporting Academics Reserves at Les Quennevais.

Dean Jones (two) and Stephane Tavares registered for the winners and Peter Johns and Luis Vieira for the defeated.

St Lawrence Reserves were 4-2 home winners against St Ouen C.

José Pimental (two), Adam Gavin and Bruno Trilho were on target for the hosts and Daniel Loane and Tom Webster for the visitors.

Both teams had a player sent off, Pimental for serious foul play on St Ouen goalkeeper Dom Glennon and Glennon for violent conduct after retaliating.

St John Reserves moved out of bottom place and above St Brelade Reserves on goal difference, after sharing two goals with Grouville C at Le Boulivot.

On target were Darren Quintal and Brandon Perrée for the hosts and visitors respectively.

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