Jersey Scottish go 10 points clear with last-gasp win
Jersey Scottish have gone 10 points clear in the Jersey Premiership after two late goals saw them come from behind to beat struggling Trinity 3-2.
After a goalless first half, Karl Warder put Trinity in front but Mark Logue hit back for the Scots.
Trinity had Peter Grierson sent off for arguing with the referee before Adam Pepper's penalty put them back ahead.
A 90th-minute Patrick Kelly own goal and a long-range stoppage-time winner from Logue gave Scottish the points.
Seven yellow cards were shown to add to Grierson's straight red.
Scottish have now won eight of their nine league games this season and are 10 points clear of second-placed St Peter.
Trinity are second from bottom, two points above First Tower United.