Guernsey FC 4, Erith & Belvedere 0 Sunday 9th December 2012 A ROSS ALLEN hat-trick spearheaded Guernsey FC and sent them through to the fourth round of the FA Vase after another excellent Footes Lane victory.
- 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 FC 1, Spennymoor Town 3 THIS FA Vase run has brought memorable comebacks but even by GFC’s standards, they will have to reach Wembley the hard way. After 90 minutes against a ruthlessly efficient side, GFC face a Spennymoor-sized mountain to overcome in five days’ time. On paper, 3-1 is reversible and May’s showpiece match just about reachable, but they are up against a side that look every inch the winners of the competition they have been chasing for so long.
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.
Video – Spennymoor Town vs Guernsey FC Tuesday 2nd April 2013. End of the road: Guernsey FC players shake hands with Spennymoor's after going out of the FA Vase. Video of the goal from the second leg of the FA Vase semi-final between Spennymoor Town and Guernsey FC. Spennymoor won 1-0, meaning they took overall victory 4-1 on aggregate.
(11th Feb 2013) GFC progressed to the FA Vase quarter-finals with a fantastic 3-1 victory at Spalding United on Saturday. After falling behind to a superb Gary King strike early on, the Green Lions finally got into their stride and were level at the half-time break through star striker Allen’s equaliser. Allen set up Loaring to give GFC a 2-1 lead and when Allen added his second to make it three: one of the greatest achievements in the history of island football.
Guernsey FC fans rose to the occasion last night, taking it in turns to operate pitch driers throughout the night in an effort to make the Footes Lane ground playable for today’s FA Vase semi-final against Spennymoor Town.