Pressure doesn’t exist, says cool customer Gregory

David Gregory had a busy last five minutes against Chorley in a game that saw both himself and opposite number Matt Urwin largely unemployed for the rest of the proceedings. But the Fleet keeper, having given away a late penalty, stepped up to save it and then pull off another fantastic stop to preserve the…

Fleet 1-0 King’s Lynn Town

The man who might not have been on the pitch but for a sending-off won this tie with a cool second-half spot-kick as 10-man Fleet booked their place in Round 3 of the Buildbase FA Trophy for the first time in five years. Substitute Ayo Obileye, who had come on in the first-half in a…

Wrexham 1-0 Fleet

Fleet’s wait for a win at the Racecourse goes on after Paul Rutherford’s solo strike a quarter of an hour from the end decided the three points in the favour of the home side, writes Mark Halliday. In a game short on quality that looked destined for a goalless draw as Wrexham toiled to finish…

Fleet 4-0 Guiseley

Daryl McMahon asked for more consistency and two weeks after racking up their best win of the season, Fleet topped it with a four-goal rout of Guiseley. Back-to-back wins and another clean sheet were the icing on the cake as the home side moved into the Top 10, four points behind a play-off position. It…

Boreham Wood 0-1 Fleet

Danny Kedwell’s second-half penalty delivered a precious, long-awaited win for the Fleet who had gone nine, largely frustrating matches without a three-point haul. Daryl McMahon won’t mind how they come and while this result might have been a narrow win, it was a well-worked, tactically shrewd triumph with a second-half performance that cancelled out the…

Bath City 1-1 Fleet

As at Oxford City almost exactly a month ago, Fleet were pegged back by a late penalty as Bath City refused to be beaten by the league leaders this season. It was Fleet’s eighth draw of 2016 but with rivals Sutton and Maidstone both being held in their respective games, it was as-you-were at the…

Fleet 2-0 Gosport Borough

Fleet ended their run of home games with a long-awaited three points and got back to winning ways after two first-half goals settled any nerves and ultimately provided the platform for a comfortable victory. Nathan Ashmore was between the posts for his debut against his former club while Bryan van den Bogaert was back in…