Guernsey FC lose 4-3 at Three Bridges to go more than a year without an away win
Guernsey FC's year-long wait for an away victory continued after they lost 4-3 at fellow strugglers Three Bridges.
Angus MacKay gave the visitors a fifth-minute lead from distance, but the hosts levelled through Jamie Crellin.
Hakeem Adelakun volleyed Three Bridges ahead just before half time, but from the restart Jake Andrews levelled.
Tony Garrod capitalised on a slip by Josh Addison to put the hosts ahead, Andrews levelled with a penalty but Adelakun hit a late free kick winner.
Guernsey goalkeeper Addison had made a number of fine saves to keep Guernsey in the game, but the result means the islanders' poor form away from home goes on.
Guernsey's last away win came on 12 December 2015 when they were 2-0 winners at Worthing.
Guernsey stay fourth-from bottom in Isthmian League Division One South, while Three Bridges remain second-from-bottom.