Summer League Division 2 champions Les Papillons
Winners of the Wooden Spoon - Wrinkleys
Summer League Division 3 champions Boule-de-Dash
Winter League Division 3 champions Millennium Marauders
Winter League Division 2 champions Le Hocq Rocquers
The JPA’s newest competition, the Triple A Doubles Competition was launched at the Magic Touch awards presentation evening. 12 players signed up for the inaugural season and they were drawn in pairs as follows: Andy Limbrick and Paul Waters, Lorna Limbrick and Brian Harris, Christine Eccles and Andrew Bellamy Burt, Alan Lahiffe and Michel Morel, Steve Leathem and Elaine Paisnel, and Steve Foster and James Rondel. The terrains for the matches were also decided. Parade Gardens will be the venue for games in November, followed by First Tower in December. In the New Year it’ll be the turn of St Peter’s Community Centre while in February matches will be played at Gorey Common and the final series will be held at St Andrews Park in March. The teams will be expected to arrange a mutually convenient time during the specified month to play the game.
Summer League Division 1 champions Grantez.
Winter League Division 1 champions PES PC
The presentation of awards for the winter and summer seasons in the Magic Touch Leagues
Brian Heard of the Magic Touch League sponsors presented trophies to the winners of all three divisions in the winter and summer leagues at the Mayfair Hotel. Winners of Division 1 in the Winter League were PES PC; top of Division 2 were Le Hocq Rocquers and the champions of Division 3 were Millennium Marauders. In the Summer League Division 1 winners were Grantez; the Division 2 title were Les Papiloons and top of Division 3 were Boule-de-Dash. The Wooden Spoon for propping up the entire league was awarded to Wrinkleys. In the Knockout Cup trophy was awarded to Vagabonds and the final presentation of the evening went to Carrefour, the winners of the InterClub League.
Magic Touch Knockout Cup winners Vagabonds