Guernsey FC beat Warlingham to maintain 100% home record
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Guernsey FC beat Warlingham 3-0 in the Combined Counties League Division One at Footes Lane on Saturday.
Midfielder Angus Mackay opened his account for the season after 29 minutes and Glyn Dyer scored a second-half brace to seal the win.
The first half saw a number of hard tackles go in on Guernsey striker Ross Allen, with two yellow cards produced for the Surrey side as a result.
Coach Tony Vance said of Allen: "I thought he worked very hard up front."
Vance continued: "There's more to Ross's game than just goals.
"In the last two years he's come on fantastically well as a forward and not just because he's scoring goals.
"It was a good team performance, good to keep a clean sheet and good to get back to our winning ways."
A crowd of just under 1,500 watched the win - the last fixture to be played at home until September.
After three games, Guernsey are second in the league on seven points with two wins and one draw.
Guernsey FC's next fixture sees them away at Eversley on Saturday, 20 August.