Fleet 0 Wrexham 5

Ebbsfleet United crashed to their heaviest defeat at Stonebridge Road in two years – but could be counted unfortunate as the final scoreline probably flattered an admittedly clinical Wrexham side. Already below strength before kick-off with Messrs Howe, Mambo and West (who made the bench) still some way from fitness – and Ram Marwa suspended…

Gateshead 2 Fleet 3

Fleet recovered from an early-morning fire alarm wake-up call at their hotel and then going a goal down to record their second successive win at the far-flung International Stadium. With England legend Paul Gascoigne in attendance, the Fleet made one enforced change as Neil Barrett started thanks to Yado Mambo’s hamstring injury which meant a…

Fleet 1 Southport 2

Lance Cronin saved a penalty on his 200th appearance for the Fleet but conceded two others as Southport grabbed a last-gasp victory from the spot. Fleet made three changes to the side which lost at Fleetwood, Ross Smith replacing the injured Joe Howe, Tom Phipp returning in place of Neil Barrett and Ricky Shakes coming…

Fleetwood Town 6 Fleet 2

The Fleet were hit for six in the middle of a troubled week as table toppers Fleetwood showed exactly why they are gunning for the Football League come May. And it was hardly the homecoming goalkeeper Lance Cronin might have expected after returning to the club on loan as he took up his position between…

Bath City 2 Fleet 3

Fleet claimed three goals and a win against Bath City for the second time this season as they defied the odds to stage a late rally despite the sending-off of goalkeeper Preston Edwards. Naming an unchanged side after the midweek Trophy exit at York, Liam Daish had impressed the need for his team to get…

York City 1 Fleet 0

Fleet’s long evening trip to York was all in vain as this twice-postponed tie was finally decided by the slimmest of margins. Matty Blair’s goal three minutes into the second half, to add to the brace he scored against the Fleet in the league a few weeks ago, was enough as Jason Walker also missed…

Fleet 1 Hythe Town 4

Ryman League South Hythe Town sent Fleet tumbling out of the Kent Senior Cup sponsored by PortableFloodlights.com

Fleet 0 Mansfield Town 3

Fleet fell to a first-half double and a late goal as the first meeting with Mansfield Town this season ended in a relatively comfortable win for the visitors. Minus Ram Marwa, but with Ricky Shakes and the returning Ross Smith on the bench, Fleet were seeking to build on their impressive 3-0 win over Tamworth…

Fleet 3 Tamworth 0

Nathaniel Pinney was the Fleet hero as he scored twice and made another goal for Liam Enver-Marum (pictured) as Tamworth rued a first-half penalty save by Preston Edwards. Liam Daish was able to welcome back Michael West in place of Neil Barrett while skipper Paul Lorraine recovered from flu and he was in for Johnny…

York City 3 Fleet 2

An under-strength Fleet side were put to the sword by 10-man York City as the home side’s Matty Blair took the plaudits with a man-of-the-match winning performance and two goals. Liam Daish was dealt a blow even before kick-off with the withdrawal of skipper Paul Lorraine through illness and Michael West who sustained injury on…