Eastbourne Town 3, Guernsey FC 3 NOT for the first time, Guernsey FC were left rueing silly errors and a below-par 90 minutes as their stuttering Ryman South form continued last night with a thrilling draw at bottom side Eastbourne Town.
GUERNSEY FC’s run without an away Ryman South win extended to four games last night after a thrilling 3-3 draw at bottom side Eastbourne Town.
ROSS ALLEN will reach 100 games tonight as Guernsey FC look to fire their Ryman South campaign back on track against the league’s leakiest defence.
AIR traffic control problems meant that Guernsey FC dropped out of the Ryman South play-off places over the weekend.
Will Turl’s hat-trick condemned Guernsey FC to their second successive Ryman South away defeat on a miserable afternoon at Stompond Lane. The Green Lions never got going throughout and were 2-0 down at half-time, Turl firing home twice within the opening 10 minutes, capitalising on poor defending both times. Walton & Hersham squandered other opportunities [...]
Guernsey FC 2, Hastings United 0 ON A night when some feared the worst, Guernsey FC emerged from their Ryman South slump in magnificent style at a buoyant Footes Lane.
TONY VANCE hailed his ‘11 magnificent players’ after a superb 2-0 victory over Hastings United breathed new life back into their Ryman South promotion challenge.
A superb performance saw Guernsey FC get their first Ryman South win in five games and defeat title favourites Hastings United at Footes Lane on Wednesday night. Dom Heaume’s goal moments before half-time gave GFC a deserved lead at the interval, which was added to when Hastings goalkeeper Josh Pelling could only turn a corner [...]
DAVE RIHOY has been charged to fill Ross Allen’s boots tonight for what Tony Vance says is the biggest game of Guernsey FC’s season.
AURIGNY has dispelled fears that any more problems with Ryman League sides visiting the island will place Guernsey FC’s future in jeopardy.
Guernsey FC 2, Peacehaven & Telscombe 2 REFLECTING on it in the cold light of day, taking a point off the league leaders was always going to be seen as one gained by Guernsey FC.
AFTER throwing the book at Worthing for their travel behaviour, the Ryman League has warned that future problems could see Guernsey FC’s place in the non-league pyramid in some jeopardy.