GFC beat Horsham to rise to 10th


IT WAS unnecessarily nervy late on, but Guernsey FC’s hopes of a Ryman South play-off spot remain on track after a 2-1 home win over struggling Horsham.

Northerners 5, Sylvans 2

Picture By Peter Frankland. 10-02-15 Football at Northfield. North v Sylvans.

SOMEONE needs to beat Will Woodford’s North soon or the Priaulx League title chase will be over faster than the neutral had hoped.

Alvarez and Roland to miss vital clash


MARTYN DE GARIS admits that if his Sylvans side have serious aspirations of winning the Priaulx League this season, they must win at title favourites North tonight.

Burgess Hill Town 3, Guernsey FC 0


TONY VANCE was left ruing not scoring at the ‘right moments’, but knows that Saturday’s defeat is not a disaster – as long as Guernsey FC respond positively.

GFC's Tardif hopeful of a positive result

Ryman Isthmian South - Faversham Town 3, Guernsey FC 0. GFC

COMING away from tomorrow’s clash against the unbeaten league leaders with a positive result could be the springboard to Guernsey FC reaching the Ryman South play-offs.

Vale Rec 2, Rangers 1

Photo By Steve Sarre 03-02-15Corbet FieldFootball action Rangers V Vale Rec

THEY left it late, but Nick Rumens’ stunning strike kept Vale Rec firmly in the Priaulx League title mix at a wintry Corbet Field last night.

St Martin's 0, Bels 3


ANOTHER brace from Sam McKenzie was the catalyst as reigning champions Bels closed the gap at the top of the Priaulx League to three points last night.

GFC on the march and up to 13th


AFTER watching his side continue their Ryman South renaissance into the new year, Tony Vance said that it felt like ‘watching the Guernsey FC of old again’.

Holders absent in otherwise strong entry


LESS than six months before the start of the NatWest Island Games and men’s football coach Steve Sharman remains confident that every one of his top players will make themselves available for selection.

GFC would be vetoed now


NEARLY four seasons on from their formation, Henry Davey believes that if local Priaulx League clubs were asked again, they probably would not vote for Guernsey FC to be affiliated.

Hamon praised for Exeter performances


AFTER watching James Hamon produce his ‘best performance yet’ in an Exeter City shirt, one of the League Two side’s regular observers has backed the Sarnian to be No. 1 for some time to come.