Jersey Premiership: Jersey Scottish suffer surprise defeat

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Reigning St Paul's are in the driving seat to retain their Premiership title after Jersey Scottish were surprisingly beaten by St Ouen.

The parish side's 2-1 victory inflicted just a second defeat of the season on Scottish after goals from Dominic Pougelle and Ryan Thorpe.

It means St Paul's need just a point from their final game at home to third-placed Jersey Wanderers next week.

If St Paul's are beaten there will be a play-off for the title.

Jersey Football Combination Premiership table
PlayedPoints
Jersey Scottish1844
St Paul's1744
Jersey Wanderers1736
St Ouen1729
Trinity1623
St Peter1616
St Brelade1814
Rozel Rovers1613
St Lawrence1711
St Clement1610

The last time there was a play-off was in 2009 when St Paul's thrashed Trinity 6-0 to retain their crown.

St Paul's beat struggling Rozel Rovers 6-1 thanks to a Kieran Lester hat-trick, two for Luke Watson and one for Craig Leitch

Elsewhere in the fight against relegation to the Championship St Brelade ended their season with a win to help their worries.

Their 3-0 victory at home to bottom side St Clement puts them three points clear of the bottom two, while Wanderers beat St Lawrence 3-1.

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