Tunbridge Wells Football Club

A Josh Biddlecombe penalty and two sublime finishes from Jon Pilbeam and Biddlecombe again gave The Wells a somewhat comfortable victory over Hounslow Utd of the Combined Counties league.
The Wells who receive £1925 reward for making through will have to wait until Monday to find out who they will face in then next round.
The Wells return to league duties next Saturday when they welcome Corinthian to The Culverden.
Kick Off 3pm

The Wells return to FA Cup duty on Saturday where they take on Rusthall conquerors CB Hounslow Utd at The Culverden.

The Wells made it through the last preliminary qualifying round thanks to captain Brad Potter's header knocking out league rivals Beckenham Town.

CB Hounslow Utd are members of the Combined Counties league premier division.

Kick Off 3pm

The first league game of the 17/18 season resulted in points shared with Lordswood.

The Lords took the lead through a penalty when Jordon Wells converted on 34mins after a Chris Oladogba foul.

The Wells equalised through a superb strike from Rhys Bartlett on 64mins.

Next up The Wells return to FA Cup action when we welcome CB Hounslow Utd to Tge Culverden next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells begin their 17/18 league campaign with a home fixture against Lordswood.

The Lords finished the 16/17 campaign in 16th. One position below The Wells, narrowly avoiding relegation and can thank The Wells for the 6pts they gained from the two games they played last season.

Last seasons meeting at The Culverden Saw Lordswood secure a 1-2 win in front of 216. Jon Pilbeam netting The Wells consolation goal.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells booked their place into the next preliminary round of the FA Cup with a solid 1-0 win and performance against league rivals Beckenham Town.

Brad Potter scored the only goal of the game from a corner with a looping header over Becks stopper Rilwan Anibaba.

The win sets up a potential local derby against Rusthall who play Hounslow at the Culverden on Sunday.

Next up for The Wells is the beginning of league commitments with Lordswood visiting The Culverden next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm

Presidents Cup winner - Wendy Maynard.

Clubman Award - Bryan McCartney.

Supporters Player of the Year - Steve Lawrence.

Chairman's Cup - Barrie Pickett

Under 21's Players Player - Callum Hampson.

Under 21's Manager's Player - Alex Carey.

Player's Player - Brad Potter.

Manager's Player - Brad Potter.

Manager's Supporter - Miles Bish.

Player's Supporter - Steve Collins.

Special Recognition Award - Connor Bourne.

South East Stand Supporters Player - Kieron Tarbie.

Friday 12th May - Tunbridge Wells Football Club EGM and 2016/17 presentation evening - 19:00 prompt start in the clubhouse. AGM date TBC.

The Wells finished a disappointing season with a 4-1 thumping at Deal Town.

The Wells were down to ten men and 1-0 down inside 3mins when Perry Spackman got his marching orders afor a professional foul and the hoops netted the resulting spot kick. Deal added another 5mins later.

The Wells pulled a goal back through James Pinnock at the start of the second half. But any thoughts of a fight back were extinguished when Deal scored another 2 goals.

The Wells final game of the 16/17 campaign sees them travel to the Charles Sports Ground to face Deal Town.

The Hoops are 13th in the league having amassed 43pts from a record of 10 wins, 13 draws and 14 defeats.

The Wells have the opportunity to equal last seasons league position and move one place from 15th to 14th and leapfrog Rochester with a favourable result on Saturday.
The Wells and Rochester are level on 37pts with Rochester having a better goal difference of +5 and face a tough away fixture to champions elect Ashford Utd.

The final home game of the 16/17 season saw The Wells play out an entertaining 2-2 draw against Hollands & Blair.
The Wells took the lead through a superb Chris Seenan finish after Perry Spackman's knock down.

The Blair equalised through Gary Lockyer on 29mins and then took the lead 3mins later through the prolific James Macdonald.

Josh Biddlecombe netted The Wells equaliser 13mins into the 2nd half.

The Wells remain 15th in the league on 37pts from as many games.

The final game of the season sees The Wells travel to Deal Town next Saturday.

The final home game of the 16/17 campaign sees The Wells welcome Hollands & Blair to The Culverden.

The Wells remain in 15th and after Mondays 2-2 draw with Beckenham are now mathematically safe from the drop and will now be looking to improve on last seasons finish of 14th.

The Blair sit 8th in the league having claimed 60pts from their 36 games through a record of 18 wins, 6 draws and 12 defeats.

The previous meeting between the two sides earlier in the season saw The Wells come away from Star Meadow with all 3pts thanks to a Brad Potter goal.

The Wells fought valiantly from 0-2 down to salvage a 2-2 draw against relegation favourites Beckenham.

Luke Hackett and Brad Potter The Wells goal scorers.

The Wells welcome Beckenham Town to The Culverden on bank holiday Monday for the penultimate home game of the 16/17 campaign.

Having spent a considerable length of time as the basement side in the league, Becks have climbed 5 places up the table thanks to Saturdays 1-3 away win at Deal Town
Beckenham now sit 16th on 28pts with a record of 8 wins, 4 draws and 23 defeats from their 35 games.

The Wells remain 15th but with 7pts more than Beckenham.

The two teams played out a goalless draw at Eden Park Avenue back in September.

The Wells continue to limp towards the end of season finish line suffering a 3-1 defeat away to league new boys Bearsted.

An unmarked Reece Collins gave the home side the lead after 6mins when he headed home from a corner.

The Bears doubled their lead from the penalty spot when Mike Holliday netted on 19mins.

Chris Seenan gave a glimmer of hope to The Wells faithful when his shot was bundled into the net by the hapless Bears keeper.

Lucin Scarlet sealed a deserved win for the home side with 2mins remaining.

The Wells travel to Otham Sports Ground on Saturday to face Bearsted.

The Bears sit 13th in the league in their first season in the SCEFL premier. They have earned 37pts thanks to a record of 11 wins, 4 draws and 19 defeats.

The Wells remain in 15th after Wednesday evenings 1-0 win away at Rochester Utd.
They have now earned 35pts from 34 games and have a record of 10 wins, 5 draws and 19 defeats.

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