Ross Allen celebrates his 100th goal for GFC. (March 21st) - Picture by Matt Bunn UERNSEY FC kept up their strong run of form with a fine 5-2 victory away at second-placed Epsom & Ewell in the CCL Premier Division last night at High Road. Ross Allen reached 100 goals for the club with his brace, a feat matched on the night by Nigel Hutton, while Dom Heaume also chipped in with another late on in a highly-impressive performance.
Video – Green Lions up to sixth with win (March 20th 2013) GUERNSEY FC kept up their strong run of form with a fine 5-2 victory away at second-placed Epsom & Ewell in the CCL Premier Division last night at High Road.
100 up for hot shot Allen (20th March 2013): Epsom & Ewell 2, Guernsey FC 5 WITH their toughest test yet still to come, Guernsey FC will go into Saturday’s crunch FA Vase semi-final in high spirits after one of their stronger performances to date saw them keep their promotion bid on track.Ross Allen will make the headlines after another brace brought his club tally to the century mark, reaching the milestone in little more than 18 months, but there were excellent displays all round.
Ross Allen interview (March 18th). GFC started their climb up the CCL Premier Division table with a 1-0 victory over South Park yesterday. GFC were second-best for much of the match and goalkeeper Chris Tardif was in form before Allen’s 74th minute strike stole three points. It puts GFC in seventh place ahead of their trip to Epsom & Ewell. Ast. coach Colin Fallaize said, ‘We weren’t at our best but... I would take another 22 games like that for the rest of the season.’
Mackay makes a timely return Tuesday 9th April 2013. ANGUS MACKAY will make his Guernsey FC return tonight and could find himself in the starting XI after Tony Vance’s long search for a matchday squad. The influential midfielder has not played since November’s FA Vase win over Erith Town due to knee ligament damage, but will travel for tonight’s CCL Premier Division match at Farnham Town.
- Ross Allen Pictured. 'Men are worth more' - Vance SPALDING UNITED may have a sizeable playing budget, but Tony Vance would not swap his Guernsey FC side for it ahead of today’s FA Vase fifth-round clash.
Guernsey 1, Spennymoor Town 3: Dom Heaume, ensured the Green Lions were level at half-time at 1-1, but two second-half goals won it for Spennymoor. Green Lions’ Captain Sam Cochrane was also sent off after elbowing an opponent following Dom Heaume, pictured, ensured the Green Lions were level at half-time at 1-1, but two second-half goals won it for Spennymoor. Cpt. Sam Cochrane was also sent off after elbowing an opponent following questionable behaviour from the Moors.
‘Le Tiss’ answered an SOS Friday 26th April 2013. THERE was a joke going around fog-bound Guernsey yesterday morning that tonight’s CCL Premier League match would be off. The Green Lions wouldn’t be able to get there as they would be still stuck at Gatwick. It’s fair to say Tony Vance’s men aren’t getting much luck this winter. First it was the wettest winter in modern times, now a fixture schedule from hell.
Allen's Five Star Show - 14th Feb 2013 GUERNSEY FC have picked up their first CCL Premier Division win for over 10 weeks – after an incredible conclusion saw them win 7-4 at Croydon last night. The Green Lions were cruising at both 3-0 and 5-1 up, with star striker Ross Allen netting all five goals by that point, the second time he has achieved that particular feat for the club.