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Firstly my aims for 2016 are quite simply improvement in every area, but most importantly results and the development of the young players we have on board, as they will ultimately be the future of the club.
The final game of the 15/16 season sees the turn of Deal Town to visit the Culverden this Saturday.
The Dealers sit in 8th spot in the league having gained 50pts from their 35 games winning 15 drawing 5 and losing 15.
The 99/00 FA Vase winners go into the game on the back of a 5-0 win at home against relegated Holmesdale and have lost only once in their last 8 games.
Deal Won the first league fixture this season between the two sides at the Charles ground back in December 4-1.
The board would like to thank Clive for his time he has given to the club in the last three years and wish him well for the future.
The club remains ambitious and we will look to bounce back next season, Jason Bourne and his management team have had to learn quickly and have now assembled a competitive squad with a mixture of youth and experience. Planning for next season is well underway and we will be ready on and off the pitch to have a good 2016/17 season.
Goal King Ryan Crandley wins the MotM poll for the fantastic 2-0 win over Hollands & Blair at the Culverden Saturday.
Ryan won 46% of the vote for his two well taken goals.
Also mentioned in dispatches is Wells Number One Steve Lawrence for his heroics between the sticks.
Well done lads.
Wednesday evening sees The Wells travel to Badgers Sports ground to face Cray Valley PM.
Manager Jason Bourne will be buoyed by a season best performance and 2-0 win on Saturday Vs title contenders Hollands & Blair.
The Millers sit 9 places above The Wells in 7th place and have acquired 47pts so far this season winning 14, drawing 5 and losing 11 of their 30 games played.
The Wells won the first fixture between the two sides back in August last year 2-0. A crowd of 160 saw goals from Jason Barton (pen) and Ian Parsons secure the 3pts.
The Wells bounced back from a disappointing Easter weekend to put a spanner in the title hopes of high flying Hollands & Blair.
Two deft finishes from Ryan Crandley secured the 3pts and saw Jason Bourne's men pick up only their 3rd clean sheet of the season.