Andy Bradshaw (Jersey Evening Post)
Two young batsmen scored centuries as the hosts scored 320 for six with Jersey replying with 220 all out in 42 overs.
Matt Hague's ten-over spell resulted in three wickets for 51 runs. Captain Ryan Driver, Andy Dewhurst and Jonny Gough all took a wicket apiece. Driver scored 53, Ben Stevens 33 and Hague 21.
Jersey Cricket Board director Chris Minty said: 'It was a big total, it's a small ground we are playing at and the outfield is extremely fast. We are playing against good cricketers; in fact the two young boys who scored centuries are the best I've seen in a very, very long time. However we stuck at it, it was warm in the field today and it was a very good work out.'