St Paul's beat Wanderers to reach Jeremie Cup final
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St Paul's hopes of winning a cup treble are still alive after they beat Jersey Wanderers 3-1 to make the final of the Jeremie Cup.
Jean-Paul Martyn opened the scoring with a header after 18 minutes for the outgoing Jersey champions.
Joe Murphy equalised for Wanderers after 31 minutes following a mistake by Saints goalkeeper Jordan Le Guyader.
Craig Russell restored Saints' lead just after half-time and Mark Lucas made it safe in stoppage time.
St Paul's, who have already made the finals of the Le Riche and Wheway Cups, will face Guernsey side Belgrave Wanderers in the final on 7 April.