Tunbridge Wells Football Club

Despite a spirited first half display where The Wells were unlucky not to go in to the half time break winning. The Wells went down 2-0 away to top of the table Ashford Utd.
Second half goals from Jason Goodchild 53mins and a Shaun Welford penalty 58 mins, condemned The Wells to a third straight defeat.
Next up The Wells head to Whitstable Town on Saturday

Kick Off 3pm

Rearranged fixtures for March 2017

Tunbridge Wells v Cray Valley - Tuesday 7th March - SCEFL fixture - Culverden Stadium - 19:45 kick off.

Hollands and Blair v Tunbridge Wells - Wednesday 15th March - SCEFL fixture - 19:45 kick off.

Tunbridge Wells v Fisher - Tuesday 21st March - Culverden Stadium - SCEFL fixture - 19:45 kick off.

Rochester United v Tunbridge Wells - Wednesday 29th March - SCEFL fixture - 19:45 kick off.

The Wells travel to Kingsnorth on Saturday to take on table topping Ashford Utd.

The Nuts and Bolts sit pretty at the top of the table with a record of 19 wins, one draw and 4 defeats. Amassing 58pts in the process.

The Wells meanwhile languish 17 places below their opponents with a dire record of 5 wins, 4 draws and 13 defeats.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw Ashford edge an exciting encounter 2-1.
Joe Nwoko getting The Wells consolation goal.

Kick Off 3pm

Today's league game at home to Fisher has been postponed.

The Wells slipped to their sixth home defeat of the season going down 3-5 to Sheppey Utd.
The Ites took the lead through a Luke Hackett own goal after former Wells
Striker Richard Atkins crossed the ball and Hackett deflected into his own net after a superb Steve Lawerence save.

A brace from James Pinnock gave The Wells the lead either side of half time 42,46mins before Sheppey equalised and then restored their lead through Miller-Neave 55mins and Josh Froggatt 57,71mins.

The Wells welcome Sheppey Utd to The Culverden on Saturday where 3pts are desperately needed having managed just one win in the last nine outings.
The Wells are 4pts ahead of second bottom Fisher with 4 games in hand.

The Ites sit a lofty 4th in the league, 13 places and 29pts above The Wells having amassed 48pts by winning 15, drawing 3 and losing 6 times.

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

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells dismal away form continues as they went down 2-1 away to Cray Valley PM.

Despite the early exchanges between the two sides being comparatively even,
Jamie Wood opened the scoring for the hosts on 16mins with a blistering 22 yard drive that gave the otherwise superb Steve Lawrence no chance in The Wells goal.

The Millers doubled their lead 4 mins into the second half when Wells substitute Luke Carpenter failed to clear his lines and was pick pocketed by impressive Cray Sub Denzel Gayle who finished with aplomb.

With their last two games postponed, The Wells will hope its third time lucky when They travel to Middle Park Avenue in Eltham to face Cray Valley on Saturday.

The Millers occupy 8th in the league, 8 places and 22pts ahead of The Wells having won 13, drawing twice and losing 8 times.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a goalless draw between the two sides.

Kick Off 3pm.

Badgers Sports ground,
Middle Park Avenue,
Eltham,
SE9 5HT

Today's game Vs Fisher has been postponed due to a frozen pitch at The Culverden.

The Wells are back in action next Saturday when they travel to Eltham to face Cray Valley PM.

Kick Off 3pm.

Tonight's league game away to Hollands & Blair has been postponed by the referee due to the pitch being deemed unplayable.

The Wells look to continue their resurgence in form when they travel to Gillingham on Wednesday evening to face Hollands & Blair.

Last seasons promotion contenders sit 6th in the league ten places above The Wells having amassed 45pts from their 22 games played. Winning 13, drawing 6 and losing just 3 times.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw The Blair run out 3-0 winners.

Kick Off 7:45pm

Star Meadow Sports Club
Darland Ave
Gillingham
Kent
ME7 3AN

Substitute Ryan Crandley came off The Wells bench to score a second half equaliser and give his side a share of the points at the Mayfield stadium.
Next up The Wells travel to Hollands and Blair on Wednesday evening.
Kick Off 7:45pm.

Weather permitting The Wells will travel to AFC Croydon Athletic on Saturday looking to build on last weekends 3-1 victory against Erith Town.

The Rams who boast the leagues top goal scorer in Warren Mfula with 22 goals. Sit sixth in the league having been the early pace setters at the beginning of the season. They have amassed 44pts so far having won 13 drawing 5 and losing 4.

The Rams edged last seasons meeting between the two sides, winning 3-2.
Chris Seenan and Hakim Griffiths with The Wells goals that day in front of 121 spectators.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells got their first win of 2017 with a good win over Erith Town. A brace from Josh Biddlecombe gave The Wells a 2-0 half time lead. The Dockers pulled a goal back before debutant James Pinnock sealed a hard fought victory.
Next up The Wells travel to promotion hopefuls AFC Croydon Athletic next Saturday.
Kick Off 3pm

Erith Town are the visitors to The Culverden on Saturday for The Wells second home fixture of 2017.

The Wells sit a disappointing 18th in the league and will be hoping to get maximum points to climb the table away from the relegation zone.

The Dockers occupy 16th position in the league and have accumulated a record of 5 wins, 3 draws and 15 losses.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a Chris Seenan hat trick help The Wells to a 3-1 win in front of a crowd of 166.

Kick Off 3pm

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