Latest Match Report
Graeme Fussell reports on the 1-1 draw v Phoenix....
Building on Crowborough...
The Wells travel to Rochester looking to build on a Bank Holiday Monday win at Crowborough. Martin Larkin shares his thoughts with tunbridgewellsfc.com about this weekend's match...
A Word from the Chair
The first few games of the season have not worked exactly to plan but now is not the time for us to become divided. This is when we really all do need to draw closer together...
August 7th 2014: Club captain Jason Bourne looks ahead to the start of a big season for the club and himself, personally...
With a record-breaking 61% of the poll, Super Perry Spackman. Congratulations super Pel!!
The first few games of the season have not worked exactly to plan but now is not the time for us to become divided. This is when we really all do need to draw closer together working for the good of Tunbridge Wells Football Club. By all I mean me as Chairman, the Board, Martin and has his Team, the players and our fantastic supporters. Generally in life there are two categories of people, the doers that make it happen and the talkers that well they just talk, achieve very little and seek rewards that their efforts don't deserve.
Wizard playmaker and last minute hero, Jake Beecroft with a massive 44% of the vote. Congratulations Jake!
A TIE!! Jason Bourne and Nick Davis with 30% of the votes each. Congratulations!!
The winner of the Man of the Match award against Rochester is superb shot-stopper Steve Lawrence with 29%, just pipping Aaron Lacy with 26%. Congratulations Steve!
Ever wondered what to buy your son/daughter, niece or nephew for their birthday or Christmas……….??
Well look no further!
They can be a mascot for Tunbridge Wells Football Club for just £50 (£45 for members). This includes:
* Replica Kit (excluding boots)
* Framed Picture with favourite player
* TWFC Drawstring bag
* Family Ticket for the day (2 Adults and up to 4 children)
* 2 Match Day Programmes
Half time refreshments in the boardroom with the chairman.
Congratulations to the creative maestro Rhys Lawson for winning the Man of the Match award against Crowborough with 40% of the vote. A close second was Nick Davis with 30%.
Photo: Games coming thick and fast: Next at Culverden - Woodstock Sports...
Following the weekend’s FA Cup defeat at Holmesdale, Tunbridge Wells can look forward to getting back to league action this week, beginning with a trip down the A21 to Sevenoaks Town on Wednesday night. Having appointed Micky Collins as manager in the summer, The Oaks have been rebuilding, and the likes of Andy Constable and former football league player Simon Osbourne, along with a host of other useful signings promise to give Martin Larkin's troop a real test.
The ever industrious Danny Powell with 37% of the vote!!
(Photo by Wink Tomkinson - http://thatbetheday.blogspot.co.uk/)
Tunbridge Wells maintained the momentum at home to Lingfield, winning 2-0 and ensuring no goals have been conceded in 180 minutes of football. At the other end, Brendon Cass hit his fourth goal of the season within less than 30 seconds of kick-off – all of which leaves first team boss Martin Larkin a happy man…
As documented last night via the club’s Twitter and Facebook pages, Tunbridge Wells play Woodstock Sports in the First Round of the Kent Senior Trophy this year, a game to be played at Culverden on Saturday, October 18. However, a juicy incentive potentially awaits in the Second Round that could offer the extra spark to get Martin Larkin’s troops over the Woodstock hurdle…
(Photo by Alan Coomes)
Tunbridge Wells got the 2014/15 campaign off to a winning start at Cray Valley PM with a 3-0 win and a hat-trick from Brendon Cass in his competitive debut for The Wells. Cray Valley will undoubtedly prove themselves to be a solid outfit over the course of the season and the win pleased first team boss Martin Larkin.
Martin Larkin is a day away from sending his new-look side out to kick off season 2014/15 at Cray Valley PM. It’s been a busy summer on the pitch; a summer in which the side that took The Wells to Wembley in 2013 has been broken up – the core remains, but added experience and leadership has been brought in as part of a bid to help take this club to the next level.