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Happy New Year!
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.
Match Day!! Tunbridge Wells Vs Erith & Belvedere
Kick Off 3pm
At Culverden Stadium
15:00 kick off.
Admissions are £7/£4/£1.
COME ON YOU WELLS
STRONGER, FASTER, FITTER.
OH TUNBRIDGE WELLS IS WONDERFUL........
In a change to the scheduled fixture Vs Erith Town. The Wells will instead welcome Erith & Belvedere to the Culverden this Saturday (6/2/2016)
The Deres occupy 12th spot in the league table. 6pts and places above The Wells.
Managed by former Holmesdale manager John Wilfort, E&B have won 7 drawn 6 and lost 10 of their 23 games played and go into Saturdays game on the back of a 7-0 thrashing of Fisher.
Club captain Joe Fuller has left the Culverden. Joe joined The Wells in 2000 making his debut in midfield alongside Jason Barton.
Joe has been an instrumental figure in the clubs successes over the years and more recently helped the club in 2013 to win the Kent Senior Trophy and reach the FA Vase final at Wembley.
Everyone at TWFC wishes Joe all the best for the future.
The Wells look to bounce back from last Saturday's disappointing display when they travel to Eden Park Avenue this coming Saturday (30/1/2016) to face Jason Huntleys Beckenham Town.
Becks sit 7th in the league having won 7 drawn 7 and losing 4 of their 18 games played so far. The least amount of games played by any team in the SCEFL.
Jason Bourne still has a host of first team players serving suspensions.
The Wells look to bounce back from a disappointing display away to Canterbury City when they welcome 12th placed AFC Croydon Athletic to the Culverden on Saturday. (23/1/2016)
Jason Bourne's side are without a league win since thrashing basement side Holmesdale 7-2 away on the 2nd December and have been dragged into what is increasingly looking like a relegation battle with every point available until the end of the season now crucial.
The Rams sit 5 places above The Wells having Won 7 drawn 4 and lost 9 of their 20 games played.