Football

The players are paramount says Sharman

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STEVE SHARMAN went for a run yesterday afternoon to clear his head after the hectic build-up and excitement of Guernsey’s fantastic record-breaking Muratti win at Springfield.

Jersey 1, Guernsey 4

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Guernsey secured their biggest Muratti Vase final win on away soil in history with a resounding success at Springfield on Sunday.

Tardif stays on for another tilt at title

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AFTER confirming that Sunday’s big match will not be his last game, Chris Tardif is readying himself for a Muratti Vase final that means ‘everything to the Guernsey people’.

Sharman yet to decide on his Muratti captain

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WITH the Insurance Corporation Muratti Vase final now three days away, Steve Sharman admits that the identity of Guernsey’s captain – and starting XI – remains unclear.

Leatherhead 3, Guernsey FC 2

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A dramatic late comeback wasn't quite enough to save Guernsey FC from losing their Ryman South play-off semi-final, which has seen the Green Lions' season end in disappointment.

Guernsey FC 2, Folkestone Invicta 2

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Dave Rihoy's late equaliser ensured that Guernsey FC avoided defeat in their final game of the regular Ryman South season at Footes Lane on Friday night.