With a heavy heart Brad Potter has decided to leave the club due to work commitments and join Cray Valley as it is more local. We all would like to thank him for his loyalty in the re- building process of the team this year and wish him all the best.
Saturday sees the beginning of our Emirates FA Cup campaign. The Wells were given a bye in the first round when Opponents Glebe were forced to pull out of the competition because of ground issues.
Croydon travel to the Culverden having beaten Sutton Common Rovers 5-1 in the previous round. The Trams will be looking for a lift after a dismal start to their league campaign which has seen them lose their opening 4 fixtures and sees them rooted firmly to the bottom of the SCEFL table.
With a record number of votes received for the poll and gaining 23% of the vote, debutant Antonio Gonnella wins the Man of the Match poll. Ben Fatto Antonio.
Also mentioned in dispatches and continuing his fine run of form Ollie Cooke.
The Wells return to action Tuesday night when they travel to Dartford's Princes Park to take on title favourites Greenwich Borough.
The Wells will be looking to keep the momentum going from Saturday's 2-0 win against Cray Valley.
Usually tight affairs, last seasons league games both finished as draws with Dane Luchford opening the scoring ln last years corresponding fixture before Joe Vines equalised for the host 3mins before half time resulting in a 1-1 draw.
The Wells will however be looking to avenge the 2-1 defeat in the SCEFL Challenge Cup.
Saturday sees the Wells welcome Cray Valkey PM to the Culverden.
Cray Valley currently occupy 7th in SCEFL Table having beaten Lordswood 3-0 on the opening day of the season, this was followed by a 2-0 defeat away to Fisher.
Cray returned to winning ways last Saturday however when they thumped Ashford 5-1 in the F.A.Cup.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the Wells battle back from 1-3 down to draw 3-3 with Brendon Cass equalising 5mins from the end.
With an impressive 40% of the poll and continuing with his fine start to the season Ollie Cooke wins the Sevenoaks Man of the match award. Also mentioned in dispatches were debutant Kieron Tarbie and Steve Lawrence. Well done lads.
The First home game of the new season saw a disappointing loss to Sevenoaks.
Sevenoaks took the lead on the 11th minute through a well worked move that saw Martin Debram place home.
A more entertaining second half saw chances for both sides but Wells failed to threaten and had to finish the game with 10 as Tom Bryant saw red for a second bookable offence.
Next up are Glebe who we play in a friendly on Saturday at the Culverden, Kick off 3pm
The opening league fixture of the season saw an entertaining A26 Derby. Despite lots of early pressure the Wells failed to capitalise and when the Crows broke against the run of play Steve Lawrence was lucky not to see red when he came out one on one and brought down Sam Carrington who converted the resulting penalty on 19mins The Wells faithful had to wait until the 83min when after a series of corners and pressure the Crow resolve was finally broken when Will Jagger bundled into his own net.