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Gills 1 SUFC 0 Carabao Cup

Moley’s first game in charge, at the PriestFeeled Stadium ended in a narrow defeat. Gills scored in the first half from a corner, but Blues showed lots of fight and hit the woodwork twice. Gills hung on with ten men for the last half hour, and the game ended with […]


SUFC 0 Gillingham 1

A wad of Prawntroopers braved the driving rain to watch the Mighty Shrimpers play a bunch of Kents. Nick Prawnby, Prawn Connery, Fish Walsh, Jerri Connery, and Wendy Prawniwell saw Harry Kipper back after 15 months out, and a debut for Harry Seadon in goal. The delicious Gills manager Mr […]


Gillingham 3 SUFC 1

Four Prawntroopers grabbed their passports and travelled south of the border to sit on the scaffolding. James Anchovy, Fish Walsh, Prawn Connery and Spratty Connery shuddered thru 90mins. To watch Gary Haddocks probable last game in charge. First half and it’s Mark Oxley keeping Blues in it but Girlyham score […]


Gillingham 0 SUFC 2

  No hands on deck from PZ for the short trip over the Estuary to the Meccano away end at the Priest-feeled Stadium. And we all missed a glorious away win and a glorious three points! But 1000 Shrimpers watched from on high as Hendrie comes in and Elvis starts. […]


SUFC 4 Gills 0

The Mighty Shrimpers made it a 4×4 weekend with this satisfying thrashing of Girlyham in the Estuary Derby. In came Theo, Timmo and Kights. First half and Blues storm into the lead through a Turner header FROM A CORNER! 55 corners since the last goal from a corner kick. Then […]


Gills 2 SUFC 1 Checkatrade Trophy

James Anchovy and Fish Walsh made the trip to the Essex Penal Colony to watch the second half of the EFL/Tampax Trophy tie at the Priest-Feeled Chunder Dome. The Blues’ bogey side won the second tie 2-1, after Peter Parker webbed one in before McLaugh-in equalised for 1-1 at halfo. […]


Gills 3 SUFC 3

James Anchovy braved the Dartbastard Crossing and the biggest Meccano set in Kent to bring this report. James had his jabs for the trip south of the river along with 1000 Shrimpers but could Blues pummel the Priest-Feeled team onto submission? After all, they hadn’t scored a goal yet this […]


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