Guernsey beat Thanet Wanderers 15-10 to stay fifth

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Guernsey stay fifth in London South One after their win over Thanet

Fifth-placed Guernsey got back to winning ways in London South One with a 15-10 win over Thanet Wanderers at Footes Lane.

Sam Stevens got a try on his debut while Layton Batiste also crossed the line for Guernsey as Nick Barton added a conversion and a penalty.

"We've got a lot to work on but I think Thanet was a decent enough side," coach Jordan Reynolds told BBC Guernsey.

"But we got the result we wanted which is what counts at the end of the day."

Reynolds added: "I thought we played a good first half but we let ourselves down in the second.

"We allowed them back into the game more than anything, they are a decent side but we could have put on a better result than we did."

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