FA VASE SECOND ROUND ANALYSIS

Analysis by Matt Harris with Craig Methven

The upcoming Vase match against Westfield will represent Martin Larkin’s FA Vase Quarter-Century. Since making the manager’s position his own at Culverden back in 2009, he will have overseen 25 matches after Saturday’s showdown at Woking Park. To mark the occasion, Larkin anticipates a decent game ahead.

MotM v Fisher

Ooooooh it was a close one, but making a hat-trick of MotM wins - the superb Lee Radford with 32% of the vote. Mentioned in dispatches, Brendon Cass. Well done Radders!!!!

LARKIN SIGNS TWO

As promised, Martin Larkin has made a double signing to bolster the squad this week, having lost the services of Nick Davis to Sittingbourne last week. Brad Potter, who can play in defence or midfield, joins from Chatham Town and striker Chris Seenan returns following a brief stint at Erith & Belvedere.

Simon Colbran

Tunbridge Wells Football Club is delighted to announce that Simon Colbran has agreed to join the Board.

Simon has immense knowledge across a variety of areas including Business, Property Development and of course local football. The role that Simon has accepted is to Project Manage the installation of the 3G pitch. This role does not include involvement with any aspect of Team Management, this remains the forte of Martin and his Team.

CAR PARKING ON CULVERDEN DOWN

Please be aware that anyone parking a vehicle on the Road outside the ground must ensure that all four wheels are on the road. Any wheel that is either on the pavement or a grass verge will be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice.
TWFC have taken the following steps to overcome this issue

Additional Stewards have been allocated. To the stadium Car Park to ensure we maximise available space,

Overflow car parking has been arranged at Bennett Memorial School.

TWFC support Mind programmes.

Tunbridge Wells Football Club are proud to support the two 8 week therapeutic programmes starting in November for men and women who may be experiencing things such as anxiety, depression and low self esteem. These programmes are delivered by Mind and funded by Tunbridge Wells Borough Council’s public health budget.

Starting in November, these programmes will take place at the Community Centre in TN2. They are free for participants. For more information, click on the images below.

Football, football, football

Tunbridge Wells Football Club is delighted to announce that BT Sports has now been installed at the Clubhouse. The board hope that this will enhance the match day experience at the Culverden and give people the chance to see premiership games whilst enjoying a drink at the Lock and Load bar. On days when there are live premiership games we are pleased to inform you that the gates will open at 12:00 midday. There are some big games coming up, detailed below, so please take advantage of this new facility.

A Word from the Chairman - November 23rd 2014

Rarely in life are you humbled but yesterday I was, the support that was given to the team was absolutely outstanding. I asked that we turn Westfield red and what a response. You turned up in droves a massive effort from each and every one of you. Since I have been Chairman I have had the privilege of seeing some outstanding levels of support but I can honestly say that yesterday you excelled yourselves. The noise, the humour and the banter was your very best.

DANE LUCHFORD INTERVIEW

If first team boss Martin Larkin was looking to top up on winning mentality to help drive his side on for the season, he appears to have found a rich vein in new signing Dane Luchford.

Dane joins from Ryman League Folkestone Invicta, and www.tunbridgewellsfc.com made contact with him to find out more about our newest recruit...

TWFC: Dane, firstly, welcome to Culverden! Tell us about your footballing career to date.

LARKIN MAKES LUCHFORD SIGNING

Photo courtesy of Folkestone Invicta

Tunbridge Wells are delighted to announce the signing of former Whitstable Town striker Dane Luchford from Ryman League outfit Folkestone. Luchford moved to Invicta in 2012 and was a key part of a lethal Folkestone attacking force last season that hit 123 goals - Luchford bagging four goals in a 5-0 win over Sittingbourne - as Invicta finished runners-up in the Ryman League South. In all, he hit 25 goals in 76 starts during his time at Folkestone.

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