Jersey Petanque Club

Chris Romeril and Mark Nicol

Mark Nicol and Chris Romeril

Graeme Follain and Keith Pinel

Main Competition winners and runners up

Giles Cleal and Dave Bartram

Bill Weller and Colin Symons

2nd Jacob Smith, Colin Smith, Patricia Rowlands

Clive and Kath Westley and Wendy Ritzema and Gary Cowburn

Jane Bowden and Cullum Paterson and Bev and Nevil Stevenson

JERSEY PETANQUE CLUB OPEN DOUBLES 2019

​SATURDAY 4th May & SUNDAY 5th May

Best Channel Island pair

Carol Cheam and Paul Gillam

Consolage 1 winners and runners up


Colin Smith from Liverpool is a regular visitor to Jersey for the JPC Open Doubles and is usually partnered by Pat Rowlands from Doncaster, but this time he lined up with our own Matt Pinel - along with 73 other pairs, in what’s believed to be a record-breaking entry for the competition.


It started well for Smith and Pinel. In the qualifying rounds they had six straight wins and amassed a points difference of +62. Then they faced Geoffroy Buffetrille and Laurent Pellaton in the semi-final, which they won 13-6.


In the other semi were Mark Nicol and Chris Romeril, winners of the competition for the last two years and hoping to achieve a remarkable hat-trick. They had a comfortable 13-1 against an Anglo- French pairing of Liz Mann from Lincoln and Marcel Gueno from Coutances. But this year they experienced defeat in the final losing to Smith and Pinel13-2, although they did have the consolation of picking up the cup for the best Channel Island team.


Meanwhile in the Plate competition there was another trophy for the Pinel family, this time Matt’s Dad, Keith, in a Little and Large partnership with Graham Follain. They beat the Guernsey pairing of Giles Cleal and Dave Bartram 13-9.


Consolage 1 went to a Carrefour pairing of Paul Waters and Christine Eccles. They beat a duo from Swindon, Nigel Law and Joe Paris, 13-5.


No Jersey pairs made it through to the semi-finals in Consolage 2. The winners of the trophy were a team from Edinburgh, Paul Gillam and Carol Cheam, who defeated Bill Weller and Colin Simons from Kent13-10.


Mike Ritzema and Brian Harris were awarded the trophy for being the best performing JPC pairing

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3rd Mark Nicol, Matt Pinel, Rich Nevitt

Best JPC pair

Brian Harris and Mike Ritzema

Paul Waters and Christine Eccles.

Consolage 2 winners and runners up

Result of Carrefour Triples Monday 6th May 2019

1st Steve Foster, Joy Hart, Geoffroy Buffetrille

Colin Smith and Matt Pinel

Nigel Law and Joe Paris

Plate winners and runners up

Liz Mann and Marcel Gueno and

Geoffroy Buffetrille and Laurent Pellaton


John Hines and Diane Greenaway and

Ang and John Gaughan ( not pictured).