ST Peter FC Christmas Draw Results 

All prize winners will be contacted in order to arrange delivery  or collection.

Many thanks to all who supported the draw, St Peters F C wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe and healthy 2021.


Prize Ticket
£1,200 512
£250 2366
£100 6686
£100 6767
£100 5743
£50 1070
£50 7039
£50 2586
£50 5256
£50 551
Hamper 1910
Hamper 5029
Hamper 9160
Hamper 1397
Hamper 4380
Hamper 6546
Hamper 2359
Hamper 6415
Hamper 3043
Hamper 1809
Hamper 1197
Hamper 2594
2  Bottle Wine 2518
2  Bottle Wine 2581
2  Bottle Wine 2203
2  Bottle Wine 443
2  Bottle Wine 1847
2  Bottle Wine 1431
2  Bottle Wine 250
2  Bottle Wine 752
2  Bottle Wine 231
2  Bottle Wine 1897
2  Bottle Wine 9128
2  Bottle Wine 2785
Port 5449
Port 2420
Port 3162
Port 7829
Port 471
Port 9801

Thanks again for your support 

St Peter Enter the Jersey Walking Football League

St Peter are one of four teams that have formed a new walking football league with the help of the JFA.

The league is played on small pitches at Springfield on Sundays 11:30 to 12:30.

The league is due to start on February 2nd 

If you would like to extend your playing career please feel free to contact

Jon Welsh :- 07797 744577 

St Peter Christmas Draw Results 2019


Please find the following winners from the St Peter FC Christmas Draw 

All winners will be contacted by a member of the clubs committee to arrange collection / delivery of their prize.

Please feel free to email Mr Chris Bennest if you are a winner


Prize   Ticket Number   Name
1200   6195   Filipe Cardaso
250   9758   Carol-Ann Syvret
100   4622   Tim Noel
100   3493   C Petit
100   8538   Filipe Vieira
50   4851   Richard Vibert
50   1655   Paul Pugsley
50   3276   Natali
50   7153   Ree Phillips
50   5111   Carol
Hamper   4872   J Camara
Hamper   7062   Karen Byron
Hamper   9523   Skeri
Hamper   5158   Sally Wheadon
Hamper   5086   Jo Bateman
Hamper   7727   Mark Hutchenson
Hamper   3724   John
Hamper   4134   Mark Burrows
Hamper   2568   Emma Godfrey
Hamper   8750   Nola Mallett
Hamper   9088    
Hamper   7047   Janice Carr
Bottle of Port   6956   Flo Gothard
Bottle of Port   9549   Bob
Bottle of Port   5400   Gazza
Bottle of Port   7607   Carol
Bottle of Port   6351   V Morkland
Bottle of Port   1605   Jonny Bouchard
2 Bottles Wine   3320   John Le Rendu
2 Bottles Wine   2352   Tony Smith
2 Bottles Wine   3768   Damo Rakes
2 Bottles Wine   3916   Karen
2 Bottles Wine   9236   Penny Dawkins
2 Bottles Wine   5048   Doreen Foulser
2 Bottles Wine   9722   Nan Vibert
2 Bottles Wine   8010   Wendy Dryhurst
2 Bottles Wine   7398   Lister
2 Bottles Wine   7048   Janice Carr
2 Bottles Wine   4150   Maureen
2 Bottles Wine   9559   Carli Garvaghan

Congratulations to all winners and thankyou all for your support 

Kent FA Youth Cup Report (2nd Round)


St Peter’s U 18’s turn on the style to beat the joint favourites in the Kent FA Youth Cup.

St Peter FC U18’s travelled to the Cobdown Stadium in Aylesford Kent on Sunday for their 2nd round Kent FA Youth Cup fixture against last season’s beaten finalists and 2018 winners, K Sports.

With an earlier than normal 10am start and a good crowd in attendance, the game got underway with St Peter missing three key players and two 15 year olds and two 16 year olds in the starting line-up.

The Jersey side played at a high tempo from the start, dominating the play with nice passes and some scintillating moves that were applauded by the home crown. Controlling the mid field through Tommy Boarer, Jamie Ritzema and Luke lister they created three clear cut chances for Ryan Marcinko that were fired narrowly wide. It was something of a shock when in their first real threatening attack, K Sports caught St Peter on the counter attack and their striker hit an outstanding first time volley to the Pierce Roche’s bottom right hand corner giving the keeper no chance. Taking the lead, seemed to inspire the Kent side who came more into the game and created a couple of good chances to enhance their one goal advantage. In the 25th minute some slick one touch passing set full back Andre Dias free and his forceful run saw the defence open up to allow him to hit a fierce drive from 30 yards which the K’s keeper could only parry and Ryan Marcinko seized on the loose ball to make it 1-1. St Peter had most of the possession for the remainder of the half, however both teams had the chance to take the lead but the two keepers did all that was required of them to prevent any further goals. The two teams went into the half time break with honours even but with St Peter ruing that their dominance of possession had not been turned into goals.

St Peter’s came out for the second half continuing to dominate the possession but looking to have an extra level of determination to make it count. The back four of Rhys Thomas, Ben Hamilton, Kacper Smilek and Andre Dias were shutting the door to K Sports as an attacking force and 15 year Pierce Roche was looking increasingly confident between the posts and Jan Bentley was working extremely hard up and down the right flank

The level of football was at times breath taking and it was no more than St Peter deserved when a fast flowing passing movement between the three midfield players, young Jamie Ritzema, Luke Lister to Tommy Boarer saw the latter play a quick one two with Danny Fernandes before pinpointing a pass into the path of Ryan Marcinko, who adroitly slotted the ball past the keeper in the 65th minute for his second goal of the game. To the frustration of the whole St Peter team K Sports won a corner down the right and their tall centre back brought the scores level when he climbed above the reds defence to head firmly home in the 68th minute. From being outplayed the home team were now back in the game and the momentum appeared to be with them. It was reds though who were inspired and galvanised ,they looked odds on to make it 3-2 when a beautiful pass out to the left found Danny Fernandes who clearly had the pace to take him past the last defender however the wide man suddenly collapsed with a severe ankle injury which conversely finished his impressive game. The skipper and talisman of the Jersey Parish team, Toby Ritzema, who had been confined to the bench recovering from injury then came on in the 70th minute for Fernandes with the brief to settle the game down. Toby wasn’t going to settle for that, a driving run took him clear of the K defence and an exquisite pass found the inspirational Tommy Boarer on the edge of the goal area who brilliantly lobbed the keeper. 73 minutes 3-2 St Peter. Were St Peter now going to put the shutters up? From the kick, off the reds quickly won the ball through a determined Luke Lister, a quick one two with sub Declan Pyne and a well-judged pass by Lister found Toby Ritzema, Toby glided past a couple of defenders to slide the ball perfectly to Marcinko for him to fire the ball home for his hat-trick in the 76th minute. The celebrations involved all 11 players. 4 -2 St Peters, the score line now was beginning to reflect their dominance. The coaching team immediately took Toby Ritzema off and replaced him with Dougie McDermott. Those 7 incredible minutes on the pitch had had the most dramatic influence on the outcome of the game. There was still time for K Sports to show some real verve and determination and in the 85th minute a shot from 30 yards struck the St Peter bar. The Jersey side locked the door and prevented any further chances and St Peter finished the game as victors, having defeated last year’s beaten finalists in round two following their victory over last season’s semi-finalist in round one.

St Peter U18 FC team.

Pierce Roche: Rhys Thomas, Andre Dias, Ben Hamilton, Kacper Smilek, Jamie Ritzema, Tommy Boarer, Luke Lister: Jan Bentley, Ryan Marcinko, Danny Fernandes:

Subs: Declan Pyne, Douglas Mc Dermott, Toby Ritzema

Coaches: Karl Benest and Anthony Lister.

Goal scorers: Marcinko 3 Boarer 1

After the game Karl Benest said “ I was delighted with the team performance, every single one of them, they were outstanding against a team who have won the cup in two of the last three years and were lasts years beaten finalists. The team gave everything, battling hard, giving nothing away at the back and playing some brilliant passing football. We have beaten two of the favourite teams in the first two rounds and who knows where this could take us. A special mention for young 15 year old Jamie Ritzema who was my man of the match. He was outstanding in winning the ball and controlling the midfield throughout the game and his understanding with Tommy Boarer and Luke Lister was sublime. Anthony Lister went on to say” Every single player in the squad was outstanding. We could not have asked for any more. At times the football was breath-taking and we were close to being unplayable. We thoroughly deserved our win”

The third round is in the second half of November. The draw will be made at the beginning of November.

For further Information

Brian Foulser email Tel:851075

Karl Benest               Tel: 07700 369911

Anthony Lister.        












Academy Registraion and Subscriptions Online


To help everyone with Registration and Subscription you can now be paid online from the comfort of your own home 

Please click the link below or follow the Subscriptions 2019 -2020 tab on the website menu

Academy Club Subscriptions: (TBC)

  • Junior Player                                              £90.00
  • Mini’s                                                          £90.00


Kent FA Youh Cup U18 (Round 2) Opponents Announced (Date Confirmed)

St Peter FC U 18’s have been drawn against last seasons beaten finalist K Sports FC in the 2nd round of the  Kent FA U18 County Youth Cup

This will be a tough assignment  as the previous year K Sports were the winners of this prestigious Competition.

Because of Jersey U 18’s having a fixture on the same weekend of the original defined date of the 27th October for this 2nd round match to be played, St Peter are currently in negotiation with both K Sports and the Kent FA  to bring the game forward to Sunday the 20th October.

Once the date and time have been agreed full details will be published on this web-site.

The Confirmed Details are below :- 

SUNDAY 20th OCTOBER v K Sports U18’s

K.O 10:00 

Kent FA County U18 Youth Cup Report (VDC Athletic)

St Peter FC U 18’s defeat top Kent League side VCD Athletic to go through to the next round of The Kent FA County U 18 Youth Cup

The St Peter FC U 18’s had to battle hard to secure victory against a very physically strong, VCD Athletic FC team on Sunday. Having caught the 7am Red Eye flight from Jersey  the team enjoyed a hearty breakfast at Gatwick before departing  to the Crayford home of VCD.

Both of these teams reached the semi final stage last season so it had all the signs of being a close fought game. The game had been in some doubt as there had been five consecutive days of rain. However, on arrival they found a first class playable pitch in a fine three year old stadium.

The game kicked off in high winds with torrential rain forecast and threatening. The first 10 minutes was a case of both teams  testing each other out. St Peter then took control of the game and dominated for most of the first half  creating several chances. Their midfield trio of Tommy Boarer, Toby Ritzema and Luke Lister were bossing the game, creating chances without finding the final telling pass for Ryan Marcinko,  Danny Fernandes or Jan Bentley to find the back of the net. Home keeper Harry Ebdon was in inspired form, keeping out a number of close range shots. The major threat to the Jersey team, in the main came from VCD’s attempts to break at pace using a fine left winger Reece Mclennan, it took a few forays before Rhys Thomas got his measure and increasingly got the better of him to contain what appeared to be a major threat. Towards half time VCD came more into the game and Kacper Smilek and Declan Pyne  at the centre of the Saints defence  were kept busy containing  some determined attacking. Goalkeeper Dan Medcalf was called on to show super safe handling from long range shots and crosses into the area. Half time came no goals to show for the efforts of either of the two teams.

St Peter started the second half at a high tempo , playing some delightful one touch passing football through their midfield trio.  Bentley, Boarer and Ritzema all brought saves from the home keeper. In the 53rd minute after some good play from the back, Toby Ritzema picked up the ball just inside his own half, went past four defenders,  to take him to the edge of the VCD area,  Danny Fernandes pulled wide to drag two defenders out of the middle and Toby went the other way past the last defender and slotted a magnificent goal wide of the keeper to give St Peter a deserved lead. They kept up the pressure from the re start playing their high tempo passing and seeking a second goal.  In the 65th minute VCD were awarded a disputed free kick and  from the attempted clearance the ball  was returned into the Saints area  with players unusually out of position, they left Medcalf exposed and the VCD striker picked up the loose ball and slotted it home to make it 1-1. By now the rain was falling heavily but St Peter reacted positively  surging forward playing some outstanding football and in the 72nd minute they re-took the lead after winning a corner which Luke Lister whipped in to the far post and Kacper Smilek rose high to place the ball wide of the keeper. VCD had to raise their game to stay in the competition and they did just that. They reverted to the long ball trying to use the pace of their accomplished wide men however St Peter showed that they are not only a fine football team they could battle physically when required. With Dan Medcalf dominating his goal area and Kacper Smilek managing the defence superbly there were no further clear cut chances and the Jersey team go into the draw for the next round having got the better of a very good if somewhat physical VCD Athletic.   Result VCD Athletic FC 1 St Peter FC 2

After the game Karl Benest and Anthony Lister were delighted with both the performance and the result.

Benest said”  This was a real team performance against a top class VCD team. Everyone gave 100% including the 3 under 16’s that came on in the second half. Jamie (Ritzema) Noah (Risby) and Tom (Proffitt) were inspirational and they gave everything to help us gain this result. It was doubly pleasing after the first team were disappointingly  forced to pull out of the Senior Kent Cup as they had insufficient players following the call up of St Peter players for the Bulls and the Island. I would like to give a special mention to Rhys Thomas who was superb, he gave everything and nothing passed him all game. ”  Lister said ”I was so proud of the whole team, it was a fantastic performance from the whole squad and Toby’s goal was sensational”

Team: Dan Medcalf; Rhys Thomas, Andre Dias, Declan Pyne, Kacper Smilek: Jan Bentley, Toby Ritzema, (C), Luke Lister, Danny Fernandes: Ryan Marcinko.

For further info contact

Brian Foulser,  e-mail Tel: 851075

Karl Benest, e-mail   Tel: 07700 369911

Anthony Lister, e-mail   Tel: 07797 750419

U18 Kent Tour (12th to 17th August)

Our U18’s are going on the Annual Kent tour on Monday 12 August until Saturday 17 August. We will be playing 3 big games when we go over including 2 professional club academies.

Our schedule is below:-

Monday 12th August – Dover Athletic – K Sports 3pm KO

Wednesday 14th August – Gillingham FC – 3pm KO

Friday 16th August – Dove Athletic FC – 7pm KO

The team are looking sharp in training and up for another big test on tour!

We will also very grateful to Kevin Bremner a former coach of Gillingham FC, who has kindly agreed to put on a training session for the squad.

We are also pleased to have been able to add two of our u16 players to the squad.

The squad is as follows;

Daniel Medcalf

Rhys Thomas

Jack Moyse

Kacper Smilek

Andre Dias

Tommy Boarer

Jan Bentley (vc)

Toby Ritzema (c)

Josh Stuart

Danny Fernandes

Ryan Marchinko

Jamie Ritzema u16

Douglas McDermottAltaire Banner

Ethan Hutchinson u16

All support is welcome 


U18 Head Coach

2019 – 2020 Pre Season Information

A big welcome to all players and parents of the St Peter FC Academy.

2019/20 season – The 101st season of the Club.

St Peters FC Academy welcomes all players, parents, coaches, sponsors and supporters to a new season. The 2019/20 season promises to be an exciting but challenging one.

Our facilities at both Rue des Vignes St Peter and St Georges Preparatory School are looking in really good condition, despite the long dry spell of weather, thanks to the careful preparation put in by our fine team of groundsmen at both venues. As usual we start this season with our two soccer schools which are attended by young players from around the Island. On the 29th July Premier Giants Everton FC, are sending over 8 of their professional coaches to run the much-loved Everton Summer Camp. This is always an exciting occasion with the coaches applying their unique touch and humour to making this a really fun way of learning new skills. This year we are privileged that Jersey Dairy are sponsoring the event and providing the opportunity to purchase some of their first-class products like ice cream, milk and flavoured varieties etc. As Everton FC are fully aware that this is our centenary year, we feel sure that they will have some surprises in store.

The following week w/c 5th August, Southampton FC‘s Saints Foundation will be running their own soccer school at our St Georges venue. This will be run on a slightly different basis with fewer numbers and therefore providing the opportunity for greater level of one to one coaching. If you haven’t as yet registered there is still time to do so. You need to register directly with the Saints Foundation and full details are on the web site

This season our aim will be first and foremost, that all of our players enjoy their football both playing and the coaching sessions. It is important that you always listen carefully to your coaches and if anything isn’t clear, they will want you to let them know.

Remember at St Peter we set the standard for always playing the game in the right spirit.

Please remember to accept the referee’s decisions and never argue with them. Whilst we always go onto the pitch with the intention of winning, sometimes we will come up against teams who on the day may play better than us. Always respect your opponents and shake their hands and those of the officials, both before and after the game.

We have some very fine players in our Academy throughout all of the age groups and providing you listen carefully to your coaches and show determination and commitment, you can only continue to improve.

We are extremely proud of the fact  that over the last couple of months 8 of our Academy players have either signed for professional clubs are have been invited to trial with them.

Our Under 18’s have been outstanding over the past 4 seasons and have been Jersey Champions in each of those years. Last season this group of players won every match they played in Cup and League in the Channel Islands including becoming Channel Island Champions by beating the champions of Guernsey and going on to beat the rest of Jersey.

We will also again  be entering this team into the Kent FA County  U 18 Youth Cup, a competition that has 64 entrants. Last season we reached the semi-final and although it’s a big ask, I am sure this year’s squad will be aiming to at least get to the final.

At the younger ages we want above all for you to develop your game, both with individual skills and concentration on teamwork. We want you to express yourself on the field of play. We appreciate during the learning process mistakes will be made. Whilst it’s our aim and it’s nice to win, the real gain is when you continue to improve as a player. The competitive element comes with our U 15 , U 16’s and U 18’s when winning becomes a priority whilst continuing to play the game in the right spirit.

We will continue to build on our relationship with Gillingham FC, as this offers our young players the opportunity to experience exactly what becoming a professional footballer entails. You spend time as a member of the Gillingham Academy and will represent them in a competitive match. It is also the perfect stage to demonstrate to them, the talent we have at St Peter.

It is our intention to enter our U 11, U13 and U 15 teams into the Joulleville Sartilly, French International Tournament at the end of June 2020.

We plan to invite professional coaches to work with our own coaching team to the benefit of our young players. You can be sure that if you have outstanding ability, we will ask our contacts in the pro game to take a look at you.

We have spoken about what St Peters can do for you and we would like to finish by asking you to do something for St Peters!

We would like to add to our playing numbers, in the middle age groups 12 to 15. We need your help to enable us to do so. Please speak to your school chums, friends and even next-door neighbours. If they like football let them know of the warm welcome, camaraderie, and great coaching that they will get at this club, invite them along to try us out. For every new player that you introduce, that signs for St Peter, the club will give you a £15 voucher of your choice just let your coach know of the introduction and they will progress your entitlement.

One final request is that we ask all parents to please pay the club subscription as soon as possible. The facilities, the activities and the kit and equipment are funded solely by our subscriptions, which are amongst the lowest in the Island and of course the kind generosity of our highly valued  sponsors. Early payment is the best way to help us to keep the Academy viable and providing outstanding opportunities and facilities for all of our playing membership.

Good luck to you all for the season ahead, we look forward to the continued development of both individuals and teams. Enjoy your football and be proud to represent this fine club.

To all parents, thank you for your continued support and we look forward to meeting with you as the season progresses.

Your coaches will be touch with you soon to let you know when training will recommence.

On behalf of all our coaching team and all members of the Committee,  Have a great season

Brian Foulser

Chairman St Peter FC Academy


The 2019/20 Coaching Team


Mini Section


Minis Head Coach Michael Horman


Year 1 /2   Andrew Kingham. :-     Tel: 07710 380615

                 Mike Horman.         :-            Tel: 07797 772454

 Year 3.    Mike Horman.         :-            Tel: 07797 772454

 Year 4.    Nigel Godfrey.          Tel: 07797 711853

Year 5.     Jason Richards.        –                 Tel: 07797730554

 Junior Section.

 U 11’s.    Jan Bentley.            :-               Tel: 07797 719428

                Mark Stewart.           :-          Tel: 07797 729773

U 12’s      Neil ‘Reg’ Medwell.   :-                  Tel: 07797 894635

U13’s      Ian Solomon            :-                   Tel: 07797 754147

               Reg Medwell            :-                Tel: 07797 894635

 U15’s    Ian Solomon              :-                 Tel: 07797 754147

               Reg Medwell              :-              Tel; 07797 894635

U16’s     Karl Benest.               :-        Tel: 07700 369911

              Paulo Correia.          :-         Tel: 07797 763805

U18’s     Karl Benest.             :-          Tel: 07700 369911

               Anthony Lister           :-

               Elliot Poole                 :-


Peter Fleury Club President.   –               Tel: 07797 759209

Brian Foulser:-Academy Chairman  :-              Tel: 851075

Mary Pack:-Academy Secretary.                        Tel: 07797 748136

Alan Williams:- Child Welfare Officer :-    Tel: 726241

Stephen House:-Charter Standards  :-  07797 827513

Colin Pack. Web site Manager         :-                        Tel: 07797


Training Nights

U 18’s. Thursday Evening.          St Peter                               6-15pm to 7-30pm

U 16’s Wednesday                       St Peter                                6-15pm to 7-30pm

U 15’s Tuesday.                            St Peter                                6 15pm to 7-30m

U 13’s Thursday Evening.           St Georges School.             6-15pm to 7-30pm

U 12’s Thursday Evening            St Georges School              6-15pm to 7-30pm

U11’s Monday Evening.              St Georges School               6-15pm to 7-30pm

Minis Year 5               Monday Evening. St Georges School  6-pm to 7-15pm

Year 4                         Monday Evening. St Georges School  6-pm to 7-15pm

Year 3.                        Monday Evening. St Georges School  6pm to 7-15pm

Years 1 and 2            Monday Evening. St Georges  School 6pm to 7-15pm

After Everton, another brilliant opportunity for all Academy youngsters and friends to receive high calibre professional coaching from Southampton FC’s Saints Foundation”After Everton, another brilliant opportunity for all Academy youngsters and friends to receive high calibre professional coaching from Southampton FC’s Saints Foundation”


The Return of the Saints, 5th to the 9th August 2019

The Southampton FC’s, Saints Foundation Coaching team are returning to the  St Peters FC, beautiful St Georges Preparatory School facility at La Hague Manor, La Rue de la Hague, St Peter JE3 7DB  on the 5th August to the 9th August. The Saints will be running another one of their excellent and popular coaching weeks. Available to all boys and girls across the Island between the ages of 5 -13 inclusive, Saints Soccer Schools offer exceptional value for money. The young players are helped to improve their skills through a structured and enjoyable coaching programme, devised and delivered by experienced and FA qualified coaches. All children attending will receive a Saints attendance medal, a certificate, a Saints Foundation gift and the opportunity to win signed merchandise through performance. As with all Saints programmes, participants will automatically join their player progression pathway that seeks to turn potential into excellence. The experienced coaching team ensure that the instruction is geared to the age and the ability of the individual and that having fun and enjoyment is a key factor in the learning process. Saints Foundation adopt a 1:16 ratio of coaches to participants, to ensure the high quality is delivered continuously.


Those wishing to take advantage of this superb opportunity to receive first class coaching in an enjoyable environment should register directly with the Saints Foundation through their website –  click ‘book now’ enter 5th August click all venues  and find St Georges Preparatory School. Complete the requested information and make payment. The cost for the whole week is just £125.

Those attending should arrive ready for a prompt 9am start, with a packed lunch and adequate water. There will however be the opportunity to purchase top up refreshments from kiosk which will be open during the morning and lunch time breaks.  Players should be Collected at 3pm.

Southampton’s Saints Foundation Football Development Officer Tom Grevatt said “we are really pleased to be able to offer this great opportunity to all children in Jersey and replicate the really successful soccer schools that happen throughout the year in Southampton. We pride our soccer schools as being the best in class, and look forward to engaging with many children in Jersey”.

St Peter FC Academy Chairman Brian Foulser said “We are delighted to work with the Southampton Coaching team. The Saints Foundation always run a brilliant coaching week, the smaller numbers allow closer involvement between coaches and players and professionalism is always to the fore. Any young football aspiring girl or boy will undoubtedly gain an immeasurable benefit and have a thoroughly enjoyable week”

It is recommended that you register before the 30th July to guarantee a place.

For further information

Saints Foundation Email  Tel: 0845 688 9370

St Peter FC Academy

Brian Foulser Email  Tel:  01534 851075

Tom Grevatt is available for interview and can be contacted via his mobile phone 07833 467879