‘We are talking to a number of stakeholders and we are certainly hopeful of a solution and a viable product for our four teams,’ he said yesterday, a week after the Press revealed that they had been served notice to quit the Track at the end of this season.
‘We had a [virtual] meeting with Wayne Martel and Matt Lihou of Guernsey Football League Management to tell them basically where we are. We do feel there is something to explore.
‘The key element is finding somewhere for the Priaulx side, bearing in mind as I have always said, Priaulx football needs to be played on the best pitches.’
Romeril is now awaiting a positive proposal from GFLM, who have publicly backed keeping the successful former social league club in the Priaulx League where they sit mid-table.