Guernsey boss Jordan Reynolds unhappy despite 43-0 win

Guernsey Rugby Club
Second-placed Guernsey are six points behind Chichester in London One South

Guernsey boss Jordan Reynolds says he is unhappy with the way his side played, despite running in seven tries as they thrashed Haywards Heath 43-0.

The victory was Guernsey's biggest away win of the season in London One South.

"Across the park we've got to be quite critical on ourselves, we didn't play fantastic," he told BBC Guernsey.

"We were expecting quite a tough game and definitely didn't play at our best, but we scored seven tries and it was a great result."

The victory came off the back of consecutive wins over top sides Sidcup and Old Elthamians since the turn of the year.

"We have taken a backwards step from Sidcup and OE's, but at the same time if we'd have played them at the start of the season we'd have been struggling to score seven tries.

"We've got a lot to work on, a lot of games coming up and we definitely want to be picking up as many points as we can," Reynolds added.