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29 June 2014

Club News


29 June 2014

We take a look at how the final two months unfolded for the Gills during the 2013/14 season


Bristol City made it three defeats on the trot for Gills after a late strike, before Gills went three unbeaten after wins against Crawley and Coventry were followed up with a 1-1 draw at Bradford.

However the inconsistency continued as Crewe took all three points from Priestfield before Craig Fagan’s goal was enough to win 1-0 at stadium:mk.

Charlie Lee finds the net against Crawley


Bristol City (A) 2-1 – 01.03.14
Crawley (H) 1-0 – 08.03.14
Coventry (H) 4-2 – 11.03.14
Bradford (A) 1-1 – 15.03.14
Crewe (H) 1-3 – 22.03.14
MK Dons (A) 0-1 – 25.03.14


A second half hat-trick from Tom Hitchcock gave Rotherham a 4-3 win at Priestfield with Gills ahead with three minutes to play.

Peterborough secured a 2-0 win at London Road a few days later prior to a heavy 5-1 loss at the hands of Leyton Orient.

However Gills bounced back as Bradley Dack and Cody McDonald secured a vital three points against Tranmere.

A draw at Walsall all but guaranteed safety, and it was confirmed five days later despite losing to Preston 3-1 at Deepdale.

Bradley Dack


Rotherham (H) 3-4 – 05.04.14
Peterborough (A) 2-0 – 08.04.14
Leyton Orient (A) 5-1 – 12.04.14
Tranmere (H) 2-0 – 18.04.14
Walsall (A) 1-1 – 21.04.14
Preston (A) 3-1 – 26.04.14


Gills rounded off the 2013/14 campaign with a 1-1 draw against already relegated Shrewsbury Town. Skipper Adam Barrett had put the hosts in front on 76 minutes but Shaun Miller drew the scores level late on to share the spoils.

Cody McDonald


Shrewsbury Town (H) 1-1 – 03.05.14

The `Player of the Year` event followed after our final league game, with Stuart Nelson being voted Supporters’ Player of the Year after a string of fine performances between the sticks.

Jake Hessenthaler won `Goal of the Season` for his strike against Coventry while also picking up `Young Player of the Year`.

Chairman Paul Scally announced that MEMS would continue their sponsorship of the club for a further four seasons.

He also revealed that Peter Taylor had agreed to stay on as Manager for another two years.

Peter Taylor

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