Mark Hunt

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Cray Wanderers win dramatic FA Cup tie at Bristol Manor Farm

Cray Wanderers made it through to the 4th QR of the FA Cup for only the second time in the clubs history following a night of incredible drama which saw Cray twice go two goals in front, both sides were reduced to ten men before half time before Bristol Manor Farm staged a dramatic fightback in the second half to take the tie to penalties which Cray won 4-2 with Herson Rodrigues Alves firing in the decisive kick.

Cray Wanderers start the season with a five goal win against Kingstonian

Cray Wanderers returned to Isthmian League action after a six month layoff and came back in swashbuckling style as the Wands recorded their first ever opening day win in the Isthmian Premier and their biggest opening day win since 1952 beating a highly fancied and strong Kingstonian side at Hayes Lane.

Cray Wanderers make it 11 unbeaten in 2020 with victory against Merstham

Cray Wanderers moved back into 4th place in the Isthmian Premier league table and made it 11 matches without defeat after beating relegation threatened Merstham at Hayes Lane.  The win puts Cray on 61 points level on points with Hornchurch and Folkestone Invicta and seven behind leaders Worthing.  Cray are also seven points clear of 6th placed Horsham in the race for the playoffs.

Cray Wanderers make it ten games unbeaten with win at East Thurrock United

Cray Wanderers continued their impressive start to 2020 with a hard fought victory at East Thurrock United to move back up to 4th in the Isthmian Premier Division.  On a blustery afternoon and in a game of few chances, with the home side down to ten men a real moment of quality from Rhys Murrell-Williamson lit up the game after a superb 20 yard strike seven minutes into the second half. This made it ten unbeaten since the start of 2020 and five consecutive away wins, the first time Cray Wanderers have achieved this in the Premier.

Cray Wanderers remain unbeaten in 2020 after goalless draw with Kingstonian

Cray Wanderers remain unbeaten in 2020 and made it nine matches without defeat after picking up a point from a goalless draw against Kingstonian at Hayes Lane.  The match like many on Saturday was played in wet, cold and windy conditions but despite the weather this was a decent match between two good footballing sides who couldn’t be separated after 90 gruelling minutes.  The point moved Cray down a place in the Isthmian Premier league table to 4th on goal difference with 3rd placed Carshalton Athletic.