Tunbridge Wells Football Club

The Wells final home game of the 17/18 season saw them held to a 1-1 draw by Relegation bound Rochester Utd.

After a goalless first half, The Spartans took the lead on 51mins when Jack Healey netted.

Despite Jack Harris seeing a close range header go over the bar and a goal line clearance it was Jon Pilbeam who saved The Wells blushes when he slotted home on 75mins.

Despite a late onslaught The Wells were unable to find a winner and the 257 in attendance saw the points shared.

The draw sees The Wells drop down to 15th on 43pts with 2 games remaining.

Saturday sees The Wells welcome Rochester Utd to The Culverden for the final home game of the season.

The Spartans have endured a torrid season and sit rooted to the bottom of the league table on 15pts from 34 games. They have a record of 3 wins, 6 draws and 25 defeats.

Saturdays game will be The Wells third of the week in which they have Collected 6pts. Two 2-1 wins away at Lordswood and then at home against Hollands & Blair have seen The Wells climb up to 14th on 42pts.

The Wells secured their second win of the week beating a determined Hollands & Blair 2-1.

The Wells were denied an early penalty when the Blair Keeper appeared to up end Jack Harris in the area but the referee deemed that the keeper had got to the ball first.

Greg Skinner gave The Wells the lead on 35mins when he converted.

Wells keeper Cameron Hall made another great save to deny a Blair equaliser.

The Wells were denied a second penalty shout when Josh Biddlecombe was pushed from behind in the area only for the referee to again wave play on.

In the second of their 3 fixtures this week, The Wells welcome Hollands & Blair to The Culverden on Wednesday evening.

Having endured a difficult start to the season which saw them rooted in the bottom 2, Blair have enjoyed a revival of sorts which has seen them leap frog Rusthall. They now occupy 18th on 28pts after 35 games. Their records consist of 8 wins, 4 draws and 23 defeats.
Blair won the reverse fixture back in February 3-0.

Monday evenings 1-2 win at Lordswood saw The Wells move up to 15th on 39pts.

The Wells secured 3pts with a good win away at Lordswood.

The Lords took the lead after 9mins through Jack Mahon after a well worked move.

Jon Pilbeam equalised for The Wells after the Lordswood keeper could only push Greg Skinner's free kick onto his bar and Pilbeam converted the rebound.

The Lords were reduced to ten men after Grant Mcilheron got his marching orders after receiving a second yellow for violent conduct.

Gianfranco Mici's superb dribble and lobbed finish won The Wells their sixth away win of the season on 75mins.

After Wednesdays late postponement The Wells will again travel to Lordswood on Monday in their latest SCEFL fixture.

The Lords sit 9th on 53pts after 32 games. Their record consists of 15 wins, 8 draws and 9 defeats.

Saturdays 1-1 draw away to defeat to Deal Town saw The Wells remain in 16th on 36pts.

Last seasons meeting between the two teams saw The Lords win 3-0.

Kick Off 7:45pm.

Lordswood FC
Martyn Grove,
North Dane Way,
Chatham,
Kent ME5 8YE

The points were shared at The Charles ground on Saturday afternoon.

Jack Harris gave The Wells a 5th minute lead when his 25 yard shot dipped and found the back of the net.

Alfie Foster equalised 3mins into the second half from the penalty spot.

The Wells remain in 16th on 36pts

Next up The Wells travel to Lordswood on Monday evening.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells make the 130 mike trip to the Charles ground on Saturday to face Deal Town.

The Dealers sit 9th after 30 games on 50pts.
They have a league record of 15 wins, 5 draws and 12 defeats.

With Wednesday evenings game awaynto Lordswood being cancelled at the last minute The Wells remain in 16th on 35pts.

Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw Deal Town run out 4-1 winners. James Pinnock getting The Wells goal.

Kick Off 3pm.

Deal Town FC
The Charles Ground
St Leonards Road
Deal, Kent
CT14 9AU

Tonight's game away at Lordswood has been called off 10mins before kick off.

The Wells started a busy week with defeat at home to Cray Valley.

The visitors took the lead though Jack White after 24mins.

Josh James doubled The Millers lead on 84mins and secured the 3pts.

Next up The Wells travel to Lordswood on Wednesday.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The SCEFL Challenge Cup finalists 17/18 host Cray Valley PM the London Senior Cup holders and finalists on Saturday.

The Millers sit mid table in 10th place on 44pts. From their 29 games they have a record of 13 wins, 5 draws and 11 defeats.

The Wells sit 16th and 1 point behind Chatham Town in 15th with 4 games in hand.

Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw The Millers win 1-2 in front of 149. Ryan Crandley scoring The Wells goal.

Kick Off 3pm.

At a bright and breezy Culverden The Wells missed their chance to leapfrog visitor's Chatham Town. With a run of games coming up there were some changes to what has been a fairly settled starting XI, with a welcome return for both Perry Spackman and Josh Stanford.

The game was just 2 mins old when a wayward clearance eventually found its way to Chatham striker Stuart Zanone, who promptly curled the ball past Cameron Hall to put the visitors 1-0 up.

The Wells welcome Chatham Town to The Culverden on Saturday.

The Chats have recruited heavily since toying with relegation earlier in the season and can name Jason Goodchild, Stuart Zanone and former Wells favourite Joe Nwoko in their ranks. They sit one place and 2pts above The Wells in 15th on 36pts. They have a record of 9 wins, 9 draws and 15 defeats.

Mondays win away at Croydon saw The Wells move up to 16th and improved their record to 9 wins, 7 draws and 14 defeats.

Chatham won the reverse fixture back in March 1-0 thanks to a Stuart Zanone goal.

The Wells good run of form continues after a solid display away at 5th placed Croydon.

Tom Lawerence gave The Wells a 7mins lead when the Croydon stopper fumbled his shot.

Jared Trespaderne doubled The Wells lead 8mins later.

The Trams managed to pull a goal back through Ashley Paul-Robinson on 55mins

Jack Harris restored The Wells 2 goal buffer on 63mins when he reacted quickest to beat The Croydon offside trap.

The home side were reduced to ten for a second bookable offence and the ten men hosts pulled a goal back on 76mins through Lauris Chin.

The Wells travel to the Croydon Sports Arena on Monday to face Croydon.

The Trams sit 5th after 30 games on 49pts. Their record consists of 15 wins, 4 draws and 11 defeats.

The Wells sit in 17th on 31pts after 29 games.

Last seasons meeting between the two saw Croydon claim a 2-0 victory.

Kick Off 3pm.

Croydon Sports Arena,
Albert Road,
South Norwood,
SE25 4QL.

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