Bels 0, St Paul’s 3
Bels 0, St Paul’s 3
HAVING already made history in the spring, another year of record-breaking achievements is high on Bels’ agenda.
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.
Vale Rec 2, Belgrave Wanderers 1
AFTER its unplanned break, the Priaulx League title race hots up again tonight as the top two clash in a crunch Corbet Field encounter.
GUERNSEY FC now find themselves with a brutal fixture pile-up, but there was still one treat for local football fans on an otherwise sodden Saturday.
Bels 2, North 2 GLYN SMITH hailed the battling qualities of his side after defender Dave Marrin salvaged the Priaulx League leaders a point with a 93rd-minute equaliser at the Track.
Rovers 0, Bels 5 WITH a number of key players absent, Bels were made to work hard by an improving Rovers side before cruising away from Port Soif with all three points.
Belgrave Wanderers 0, Vale Rec 5 THE red-hot strike partnership of Glenn Le Tissier and Sean Mills fired Vale Rec to the shock result of the season last night at the Track.
BELS struck the first significant blow of this year's FNB Priaulx League title race after emphatically beating reigning champions North 3-0 away from home last night.
GLYN SMITH has warned his Bels side to keep their temper as the consequences of three red cards threaten to hurt the club's hopes of regaining the Priaulx League title.
Bels 2, Grouville 4 (aet) A HEROIC performance was not quite enough to prevent nine-man Bels from being knocked out of the Jeremie Cup after a dramatic afternoon at the Track.
Belgrave Wanderers 4, Vale Rec 1 ROBBIE WILLIAMS and Jack Domaille ensured Bels’ perfect start to the new season continued as they eventually saw off Vale Rec at the Track.
Bels 10, St Martin’s 1 A DEVASTATING second-half attacking display saw Bels last night produce one of the most incredible local results of modern times in the Jeremie Cup at the Track.
Bels 5, Rangers 0 THE season had obviously come too early for Rangers who were saved from a double-figure thrashing by their new Polish keeper in the stifling sun at the Track on Saturday afternoon.