Jersey Premiership: Jersey Scottish suffer surprise defeat
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|
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.