Guernsey's relegation fears increase after Gravesend loss
Guernsey's relegation worries are growing after losing at home to Gravesend says captain Blair Campbell.
Guernsey lost 18-10 at Footes Lane to go back to the bottom of National Three London after Tring got a bonus point in their 19-14 defeat by East Grinstead.
"I guess we always thought that eventually we would start wining and relegation wasn't an issue," Campbell told BBC Radio Guernsey.
"But with every game now, the relegation concern is increasing."
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Guernsey have spent the past three seasons in National Three London having won in 2011 and 2012.
"Relegation is something we do really have to think about, it's on the back of our minds," Campbell added.
"I still think we won't get relegated, but it's certainly more of a concern now than what it was."