Home form key, says GRFC's Reynolds


FULL BACK Sam Whitehead and back-row star Robin Le Cocq have joined the list of long-term injuries as Guernsey begin their 2015 quest to escape relegation at home to high-flyers Chichester tomorrow at Footes Lane (1.30pm kick-off)

Near-miss at East Grinstead


THE Christmas table will show Guernsey still bottom of the National Three London & SE Table, but the Blair Campbell led side gave fourth-placed East Grinstead a big scare before finally losing out 23-16 at Saint Hill on Saturday afternoon.

Brilliant Barnes sparks vital victory


FOR weeks the coach has been preaching optimism in the face of adversity and on his 33rd birthday Jordan Reynolds got the win he and struggling Guernsey RFC wanted so badly.

Guernsey suffer fifth straight defeat

Rugby. Tring v Guernsey. Robin Le CocqPicture by Mike Marshall

GUERNSEY were left to rue a couple of costly mistakes as a last-gasp defeat at Tring put them nine points adrift at the bottom of National Three London & South-East.

‘Rugby has special values’ says Gatland


THE World Club may be still 10 months away, but you get the impression that as soon as the British & Irish Lions triumphed in Australia in the summer of 2013, Warren Gatland turned his mind to guiding Wales to international success in 2015.

Massive three weeks for GRFC


GUERNSEY will have to face up to the prospect of the dreaded ‘R’ word – relegation – if they do not turn their fortunes around in the next two games.

Guernsey RFC 17, London Irish WG 31


IN SO many ways this was a very hard day at the end of a very tough week for Guernsey, one which ends with them still rock bottom of the table after this loss and being docked five points by the RFU.

Socking it to them for Max


GUERNSEY will take to the field tomorrow in specially coloured socks as part of a charity day in memory of Max Craine, the son of first-team prop Cameron and his wife Keeley who they tragically lost to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in May.

Amersham & Chiltern 15, Guernsey RFC 17


A DRAMATIC last-gasp victory – their first in five weeks – was tempered by the loss of Malcolm Barnes to injury on his return to the Guernsey team on Saturday afternoon.