Tunbridge Wells Football Club

Full match report and reaction
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The Wells travel to Greatness Park Tuesday evening to take on league leaders Sevenoaks Town.

The Oaks sit top of the pile after 9 games having gained 22pts by way of 7 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss.

The Wells remain in 15th after Saturdays defeat to Crowborough.

Last seasons meeting saw The Oaks win
2-0.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Bourne Stadium
Greatness Park
Mill Lane
Sevenoaks

Non League day sees The Wells host Crowborough Athletic in the first A26 derby of this season.

Last seasons league runners up have again started their league campaign strongly and sit 7th in the league after 8 games having amassed 17pts winning 5 drawing twice and losing once.

8 places below The Wells are looking to get their league form back on track having been unable to get any consistency in form due to the distractions of Cup competitions.

The Wells have gained 8pts from their 7 games winning twice, drawing twice and losing 3 times.

The Wells set up a home tie with neighbours Rusthall in the next round thanks to goals from Joe Nwoko and Jack Harris.

Joe Nwoko set a new club record as he found the net after just 13 seconds when his looping shot gave The Wells the lead.

Rochester equalised through Adam Saunders on 24mins.

Jack Harris however secured a Wells win when he netted with 3mins of normal time remaining.

Saturday sees The Wells welcome A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic to the Culverden for Non League day.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells regroup and go again on Tuesday evening in the SCEFL Challenege cup after successive 5-1 defeats.

The Wells welcome Rochester Utd to The Culverden in this years first round.

The Spartans have themselves endured a difficult start to their league campaign winning once, drawing twice and losing 4 times and seeing their manager resign.

The Wells fell at the first hurdle in this competition last season when they lost 3-1 away to Holmesdale.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells were demolished for the second time in a week when they visited Deal Town's Charles ground.

Joe Nwoko opened the scoring to give The Wells a 1-0 lead.

City though soon regrouped and took full advantage of The Wells defensive vulnerabilities and smashed 5 passed Chris Oladogba.

The Wells now look towards Tuesday evening when they face Rochester Utd at The Culverden in the league cup.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells dust themselves down after their FA Vase exit and travel to Deal on Saturday to face Canterbury City in league duties.

City are ground sharing with Deal Town this season. They sit 11th in the league having secured 11pts from 8 games with a record of 3 wins, 2 draws and 3 defeats.

The Wells sit 4 places below City in 15th having amassed 8pts from 6 games. by way of 2 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats.

Last seasons meeting saw a rampant City thrash The Wells 5-0.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells crashed out of the FA Vase after being dismantled by a ruthless Sheppey Utd.

The Wells found themselves a goal down after the Ites first attack and two down after 18mins.
Thoughts of a spirited comeback were short lived after Jonny Pilbeam pulled a goal back early in the second half.

Sheppey proceeded to go on a scoring spree and will now host Fisher in the next round.
The Wells must dust themselves down when they return to league action on Saturday away to Canterbury City.

Kick Off 3pm

The Wells host Sheppey Utd in an FA Vase reply Tuesday evening.

The two teams played out a thrilling 2-2 draw on Saturday afternoon at Holm Park and Tuesdays game is set to be just as explosive.

Kick Off 7:45pm

A thrilling opening game of this seasons FA Vase saw The Wells play out a 2-2 draw with hosts Sheppey Utd.

The Wells found themselves a goal down after 5mins after Luke Girt sublime 25yrd long range effort.

The Wells rallied after half time and added more urgency to their game and were rewarded with an equaliser when Kieron Tarbie's shot could only be parried by the Ites goalkeeper and Jack Harris found the net.

Saturday sees The Wells in their opening game of this seasons FA Vase.

The Wells travel to Sheppey Utd to face Ernie Battens side.

The Ites who's best outing in the competition saw them make the 2nd round are fairing well in the league and sit 3rd.

The Wells are looking to bounce back from back to back defeats in the FA Cup and league.

The last meeting between the two sides at Holm Park saw Sheppey run out 2-0 winners.

Kick Off 3pm

The Havill Stadium - Holm Park,
Queensborough Road,
Sheerness,
Kent.
ME12 3DB

A thrilling game encounter saw The Wells somehow leave the Mayfield stadium without any points.
The Rams took the lead only for a Joe Nwoko to equalise before Jake Beecroft scored a penalty to give The Wells the lead.
Croydon however would have the final say as they equalised and secured the win with a penalty after Tom Davey saw red.

Next Up The Wells travel to Sheppey Utd on Saturday for the beginning of this seasons FA Vase.

Kick Off 3pm.

Jason Bourne takes his side to the Mayfield Stadium on Tuesday evening to face AFC Croydon Athletic.

The Rams occupy 5th position in the league on 13pts after 7 games with a record of 4 wins 1 draw and 2 defeats.

A win could see The Wells climb 4 positions to 10th.

Last seasons meeting saw both teams share the points with a 1-1 draw. Ryan Crandley on target for The Wells.

Kick Off 7:45pm

111 Mayfield Rd,
Gonville Rd,
Thornton Heath,
CR7 6DL

The Wells bowed out of this seasons FA Cup at the hands of Conference South side Concord Rangers.
The Wells found themselves 3-0 down after 15mins and 4-0 after 37mins.
Despite a spirited second half display The Wells could find no way back.

Next up The Wells travel to the Mayfield Stadium to face AFC Croydon Athletic on Tuesday evening.

Kick Off 7:45pm

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