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Guernsey FC 5, Worthing 2

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A CROWD in excess of 800 were treated to a cracking game as Guernsey FC signed off their 2014-15 Ryman South campaign with a win.

Tardif saves inept Lions from thrashing

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THEY had already given Guernsey FC all sorts of problems earlier this season and at Footes Lane, an unlikely double was completed for Hythe Town when they defeated GFC 1-0.

Allen injury all clear

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DESPITE initially fearing otherwise, Ross Allen is confident a foot injury sustained on Easter Monday will not rule him out of Guernsey FC’s final four games.

Football

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Cochrane eager to lead Guernsey

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SAM COCHRANE says that captaining Guernsey to a fourth successive Muratti Vase success would be ‘arguably the proudest moment of my career’.

Rugby

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Cricket

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Champions ease to opening victory

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JAMIE NUSSBAUMER led from the front last night as NGIT Cobo showed they mean business in defence of their Evening League Division One title.

Athletics

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Confident Chalmers impresses over one lap

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TOM DRUCE lost a record, but nevertheless hailed the 400m performance of Cameron Chalmers, who set the local track and field season alight with a brilliant effort at Footes Lane.

GIAAC athletes gearing up for Games

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THE trio of Ed Mason, Cameron Chalmers and newcomer James Bougourd all shone as Guernsey’s top athletes were in action at the FB Fields last weekend.

Cycling

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Swimming

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New Island record for Munro at British Champs

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GUERNSEY’S Miles Munro says it has been a hard slog to get back to full fitness but believes he is starting to show his true ability at this year’s British Swimming Championships.

Motor Racing

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