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Saints back into third

Rovers captain Richard Powell looks to go past Shane Billien on the number two pitch at Port Soif on Saturday. (Picture by Tom Tardif, 1210275)

A WEEK after conceding two stoppage time goals to throw away three Priaulx League points, champions St Martin’s reversed the scenario to win three they had looked like tossing away at the Corbet Field on Saturday.

Champs move to the top

ST MARTIN’S recovered from a shocking start last night to move to the top of the Priaulx League after an exhilarating 7-3 victory over Rangers.

Saints and Rovers both knocked out

IT WAS a disappointing Saturday afternoon for local sides in inter-insular matches as St Martin’s and Rovers both lost out to Jersey opposition.

Seven up for St Martin’s

SIGNS are ominous for the six clubs looking to dethrone the champions in the fast-approaching Priaulx League season.

Saint Louie on his way to Wembley

A STALWART of local football could win a national FA award this weekend as he travels to Wembley for the season’s curtain-raising Community Shield.

Duo replace Big Fal

CHAMPIONS St Martin’s yesterday confirmed James Le Gallez and Alfie Le Page as their management team for next season.

Saints sweat on new coach

THE Channel Island champions’ quest for a new first-team coach is on hold as their first choice nervously awaits the all-clear after major surgery.

The Priaulx Cup returns to Saints

IT WAS raining black and white as St Martin’s won their first Priaulx Cup since 2004 on Saturday with a 2-0 victory over Rovers at Blanche Pierre Lane.

Saints title a week away?

ALL things being well pitch wise at Blanche Pierre Lane, St Martin’s could be within a solitary point of their first league title by the end of this weekend.

No title talk yet - Warren

OVER halfway to an unbeaten league season they may be, but you will not hear St Martin’s midfielder Matt Warren get carried away.

Saints win it from the spot

North 1, St Martin’s 1 (a.e.t. Saints win 3-2 on penalties) THE woodwork was the deciding factor as St Martin’s edged through a tense encounter from the penalty spot last night to reach the Stranger Cup semi-finals.

North’s late show

NORTH managed to close the gap on leaders St Martin’s by just a solitary point in the only FirstRand Division One match to survive the weather at the weekend.

Saints extend lead at the top

ST MARTIN’S moved six points clear of the pack yesterday as they continued their pursuit of a first championship since 2004.