Guernsey FC ended with a win and a loss in their pre-season matches.
The Green Lions lost their opening game 3-2 to Kent County League side Glebe before beating Isthmian Premier League side Billericay Town 2-1.
Matt Loaring and Ross Allen's goals put Guernsey 2-0 up early on against Glebe before the lower-division side scored three unanswered goals to seal the win.
Allen scored two first-half penalties against Billericay before Shane Stamp got one back after the break.
The game with Billericay saw Guernsey win the inaugural Mike Thomas Trophy, which has been set up to remember the former Guernsey FC physio, who passed away earlier this year.
The matches were Guernsey FC's only pre-season matches as most of the squad had played for Guernsey at last month's Island Games, where the Sarnians won gold.
Guernsey begin their Isthmian League Division One South campaign with a trip to Three Bridges on Saturday.