The Wells put one foot into The SCEFL Challenge Cup final with a dominating performance against A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic.
Jarred Trespaderne gave The Wells the lead after 9mins as he reacted quickest when Jack Harris met Jon Pilbeam's cross who headed against the Crow bar and into the path of Trespaderne who slotted home.
Jack Harris doubled The Wells lead when he was left unmarked to head home from Tom Davey's free kick.
Tuesday evening sees The Wells travel to Medway to face Chatham Town.
The Chats currently sit one place below The Wells in 17th in their first season back in the SCEFL having been relegated from the Ryman South division last season.
James Collins's side have amassed 26pts from 28 games with a record of 7 wins, 5 draws and 16 defeats.
The Wells remain in 16th after Saturdays 1-1 draw away to Whitstable Town. Jason Bourne's men have now moved to within 2pts of 14th placed Sheppey Utd.
At the fourth time of asking The Wells hope to welcome Cray Valley PM to The Culverden on Tuesday evening for the quarter final of the SCEFL Challenge Cup.
The Millers entered this seasons competition in the 2nd round with a tricky away tie at Sheppey Utd. After the scores were level at 2-2 after 90mins Cray went on to win 4-5 on penalties.
Their 3rd round opponents SC Thamesmead proved less tricky to navigate as The Millers won a comfortable 3-1.
Unfortunately due to the adverse weather conditions this evenings Challenge Cup quarter final Vs Cray Valley Pm has had to be postponed. A New date of next Tuesday 6th March has now been arranged.
Kick Off 7:45pm