Guernsey FC beat Carshalton Athletic 2-1 at Footes Lane to climb two places to 18th in the Bostik South table.
Dave Rihoy and Craig Young provided the goals which saw the Green Lions win for the third time in four games.
Leading goalscorer Ross Allen was back in the side after several weeks away.
Tony Vance’s men travel to bottom side East Grinstead, who they beat on the opening day, in their next game.
Guernsey FC manager Tony Vance has paid tribute to club supporter Ernie Backlund-Leale. The 12-year-old, who was a GFC superfan, died on Sunday evening after battling leukaemia. His funeral took place today.
Ernie Backlund-Leale, who was 12, passed away yesterday after a five year battle with leukaemia.Read the full story ›
Ross Allen and Dave Rihoy scored two goals each at Footes Lane as Guernsey FC beat East Grinstead Town 4-2 on the opening day of the season.Read the full story ›
Guernsey FC manager Tony Vance says the starting point for his team this season is to be better than last year.Read the full story ›
Guernsey FC have agreed a deal with a new main sponsor which will take them up to the end of the 2019/20 season.Read the full story ›
Guernsey FC will be represented at the FA Cup Final at Wembley later this month in recognition of the club’s unique contribution to the competition.
The Football Association has selected them as one of eight teams which have provided “standout stories and moments in a memorable season”.
The Green Lions hosted the first ever FA Cup match to be played outside of the UK when Thamesmead Town visited Footes Lane in the preliminary round last August, with the famous trophy itself brought over to the island to mark the occasion.
One of the their founding players, Sam Cochrane, has been put forward to represent them on Saturday 27 May.
He will walk out onto the pitch ahead of kick-off wearing Guernsey FC colours.
When I was asked to represent Guernsey Football Club at the FA Cup Final I was very shocked, but extremely grateful. To be given this opportunity and to be recognised for my contribution to the club by the Board of Directors is something I'm very proud of. The situation won't really sink in till I'm ready to leave the island and make the trip to Wembley. This is a fantastic opportunity for Guernsey to gain exposure at such an iconic football fixture, which is watched by millions all around the world, and I can't thank everyone enough for asking me to represent the football club and Guernsey.
Steve Sharman's side hold on to beat Jersey 2-1 in the 101st Muratti Vase final.Read the full story ›
A GFC player waiting for surgery could be unable to play until the 2018 season, after his operation was postponed due to staff shortages.Read the full story ›
The Guernsey FA have issued a statement in response to what they describe as "inaccurate" reports in relation to the formation of Ormer FC.Read the full story ›