St Peter beat Trinity to top Jersey Premiership
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St Peter have gone top of the Jersey Premiership with a 2-1 win over fellow high-flyers Trinity.
A header from Beau Waugh in the 38th minute gave St Peter the lead, with Aaron Parkinson netting from the spot to double the advantage.
Trinity hit back with a penalty of their own from John Beatson but could not find the equaliser.
It was the only game in the island's top flight on Saturday. Both sides had started the day unbeaten.
Elsewhere, it was a successful day for the Jersey teams in action in Guernsey in the quarter-finals of the Jeremie Cup.
Grouville eased through by beating Sylvans 3-0 thanks to first-half goals from Scott Walsh, Mick McParland and Ryan Duran.
Jersey Wanderers beat St Martin's 4-0 in the Guernsey side's first match since they sacked boss .
Luke Campbell (2), Bradley Rimeur and Craig Beeley were the scorers for Wanderers.