Vale Rec 1, Bels 3 CHRIS KING has long been a dependable performer for Bels but last night he also took on the unfamiliar role of goal scorer.
FOUR second-half goals killed off toothless Vale Rec as Bels ran out 6-1 winners at the Corbet Field on Saturday and how Carl Le Tissier must wish he could have one of the champions’ illustrious forwards.
HAVING already made history in the spring, another year of record-breaking achievements is high on Bels’ agenda.
North 2, Bels 5 CRAIG YOUNG yesterday scored four times including a first-half equaliser for North on a great day for the old Track club.
Belgrave Wanderers 1, Vale Rec 0
GLYN SMITH is confident that his Bels side has what it takes to come home from Springfield next month with their fifth Upton Park Trophy in tow.
ST MARTIN’S face the stiffest test possible if they are to retain the Guernsey FA Cup – by drawing Bels in the semi-finals.
Belgrave Wanderers 8, Rovers 0 THREE easy points for Glyn Smith’s men at a sodden Track last night, but worryingly for the Priaulx League leaders they may have lost the services of Craig Young for an extended period.
Belgrave Wanderers 4, St Martin’s 1
THE return of two big names to his North squad has lifted William Woodford’s spirits ahead of an intriguing Priaulx League title battle.