Matchwinner Charlie Lee sent Gillingham six points clear of the League 1 drop zone – but was only on the pitch for his long throws.
Forgotten man Adam Birchall may have a role to play in Gillingham’s survival bid after forcing his way into Peter Taylor’s plans.
Gary Borrowdale was named on the bench against Crawley for the first time since joining Gills as he continues to work towards match fitness.
The best of Saturday's pictures from Priestfield as Charlie Lee gives Gills a late win over Crawley.
Peter Taylor praised Gills’ battling spirit following their 1-0 victory over Crawley on Saturday.
Charlie Lee scored a dramatic late winner as Gillingham beat Crawley 1-0 at Priestfield on Saturday afternoon.
Peter Taylor is feeling the pressure of trying to keep Gillingham in League 1.
Adebayo Akinfenwa is ready to play the waiting game after revealing interest from other clubs for next season.
Gillingham assistant boss John Schofield says performances are secondary - it's all about results.
Gillingham striker Adebayo Akinfenwa believes God is with him as he looks to avoid the pain of a third relegation.
Watch the latest thoughts of Gills boss Peter Taylor with our weekly catch-up.
Gillingham agreed to cancel the contracts of two players on Tuesday.
Professional pride triggered Gills’ improvement at Bristol City after manager Peter Taylor criticised the first-half performance.
Charlie Lee wants to earn a new contract at Priestfield by helping Gillingham to League 1 survival.
Peter Taylor rates Gillingham’s chances of staying up despite their recent blip.
Boss Peter Taylor could have accepted losing to a wonder goal had Gills played better at Bristol City.
A selection of Saturday's match action from Ashton Gate as Gills took on Bristol City.
Peter Taylor saw Gillingham fall back into old habits in their 2-1 defeat at Bristol City on Saturday.
Gillingham suffered their third straight defeat in League 1, going down 2-1 at strugglers Bristol City on Saturday afternoon.
Manager Peter Taylor is confident his Gillingham players are aware of the danger that lurks below the club's mid-table position.