Our under 16's put Cray Wanderes to the sword this morning with a ruthless attacking display winning 6-0.
They are now just a point behind leaders Tonbridge Angels having played a game less in the Kent youth league.
The Wells turn their attention to the SCEFL Challenge Cup Wednesday evening when they face Cray Valley Pm in the preliminary round of this years competition.
The Wells made the final in last years competition narrowly losing 2–1 to Greenwich Borough at Welling's Park View Road.
Cray Valley were knocked out of the competition at the preliminary stage last season by the Wells with Harry Smith scoring the only goal.
Kick Off 7:45pm
Cray Valley PM
Badgers Sports ground,
Middle Park Avenue,
The Wells U16's are in action at the Culverden this Sunday morning Kick Off 11am where they face bottom of the table Cray Wanderers.
The Wells are 2nd in their league behind Tonbridge Angels U16's who have played one game more.
Saturday sees The Wells travel to Park View Road Welling to face fifth placed Erith & Belvedere.
Wells manager Keith Bird will look for a positive response from his side after last Saturday's home defeat against Lordswood.
Erith and Belvedere will be looking to continue their run having now gone three games unbeaten since they lost to Lordswood.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the Wells run out 2-0 winners.
Kick Off 3pm
Erith & Belvedere FC
Park View Road
Winning 28% of the vote our man of the match vs Lordswood is Catagory A game only attendee and general nuisance Fud.
Coming a close second place is South Stand Choir tribute act and flounderers of copyright laws the South East Stand Choir.
Well done ladies.
The Wells U15's and U16's both won their respective games this weekend. The U15's beat Westerham 3-0 in the Kent Cup at the Culverden, while the U16's won 3-1 away at West Wickham.
Well done lads.
Our U15's take a break from their impressive league form and turn their attention to Kent Cup action today at the Culverden where they face Westerham U15's.
Kick Off 11am
The Wells U15's 3-0 Westerham U15's
Lordswood are next up to visit the Culverden this Saturday.
Despite losing to Cray Valley on the opening day of the season the Lords put together a run of 7 unbeaten games including the impressive 3-0 win at home Vs Ashford Utd.
Saturday also sees the return of former Wells assistant manager Brad Sandeman who has joined Jamie Collins's coaching staff at Martin Grove.
Mr Collins will be hoping his side fair better than on his last visit to the Culverden where his side were on the wrong end of a 7-0 thrashing.