The Wells go on their travels on Saturday to face relegated Croydon.

The Trams defeat away to Rusthall last Saturday confirmed that they’ll be playing in division one next season. They have gained just 8pts from 34 games and a playing record of 2 wins, 2 draws and 30 defeats has seen them rooted to bottom place.

A shambolic defensive display and poor finishing helped to condemn The Wells to their fourteenth home defeat of the season.

Rob Denness opened the scoring for The Blair from the penalty spot after Alexx Kendall handled in the area on 20mins.

Denness doubled on 34mins when he was allowed to head home unchallenged.

Jason Thompson blazed a Wells penalty onto the bar while Ben Davisson also rattled the Blair bar as The Wells searched for a reply.

Two more defensive howlers on 62 and 89mins made sure of the points for Hollands & Blair.

The Wells welcome Gillingham based Hollands & Blair to the Culverden on Saturday afternoon.

Having finished last season third from bottom, The Blair have again flirted with the wrong end of the table and currently reside in 17th on 25pts. Their playing record consists of 7 wins, 4 draws and 21 defeats.

One place above Blair are The Wells who remain isolated in 16th.
Tuesday evenings defeat to Glebe was The Wells thirteenth defeat at home this season and has seen them gain just 7pts from a possible 48pts on offer at the Culverden.

The Wells delivered another insipid home performance to deliver their 13th defeat this season at the Culverden.

Sam Edwards gave Glebe the lead after 10mins.

Jamie Humphris equalised for The Wells from the penalty spot on 33mins.

Former Wells favourite Jack Harris restored Glebe’s lead when he rolled home on 43mins.

Henry Adeniran finished off The Wells when he added a third for the visitors on 68mins.

Next up The Wells have their say on this seasons relegation battle when they host Hollands & Blair on Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

Tuesday evening sees The Wells welcome Glebe to The Culverden for their 32nd game of the campaign.

Having secured promotion from Division One last season, Glebe arrive sitting in 9th on 47pts from 32 games. Their playing record consists of 14 wins, 5 draws and 13 defeats. Only 4 of those wins have come on their travels.

The Wells buoyed by Saturday’s away win at Sheppey Utd will be looking to gain as many points as they can from their remaining six games and put behind them a poor run of form that had seen them win just once in their last 12 outings.

The Wells claimed their first away win since 5th January with an excellent win at Sheppey Utd.

A dominant opening from The Wells was rewarded on 20mins when Jake Beecroft lofted a free kick into the Sheppey area where Perry Spackman was at hand to head to Michael Power who converted.

Sheppey were reduced to ten men at the beginning of the second half and conceded a second when Josh Biddlecombe’s cross was turned into the Sheppey net by the hapless Ites defender on 60mins.

The Wells travel to Holm Park on Saturday to face Sheppey Utd.

The Ites sit 6th in the league after 32 games on 53pts. They have a record of 17 wins, 2 draws and 13 defeats. 8 of those wins coming at Holm Park.

With 7 games remaining, The Wells positioned in 16th on 31pts are now 9pts adrift of 15th and 17th respectively. They have won once in their last 12 games.

The Ites won the reverse fixture 1-3 at The Culverden back in February.

The Wells miserable run of form continues after they suffered their twelfth home defeat of the season to Fisher.

Defensive frailties at set plays was again to blame for The Wells as unmarked Matthieu Ramsamy was allowed to fire home from close range into the roof of the net on 38mins to score the only goal of the game for The Fish.

Jake Beecroft had the first meaningful shot for The Wells on 79mins which forced a good save from Dan Wheeler in the Fish goal but no equaliser was to be found.

Next up The Wells travel to Sheppey Utd next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells return to The Culverden on Saturday to host 2nd placed Fisher.

The Fish sit second after 31 games on 68pts, 4pts behind table topping Corinthian having played a game more. Their record this season consists of 22 wins, 2 draws and 7 defeats. 9 of those wins coming on their travels.

Wednesday evening’s defeat away at Beckenham Town was The Wells 17th defeat from 30 games and leaves them stranded in 16th on 31pts.
The Wells have now won just once in their last 11 outings.

Fisher narrowly won the reverse fixture at St Paul’s two weeks ago 1-0.

The Wells fell to their 17th defeat of the season away at Beckenham Town.

Tom Pearson gave The Wells the lead on 27mins after good work from
Michael Power.

Billy Bennett equalised for Becks just before half time.

Luis Medina near post finish on 78mins was enough to seal all 3pts for Beckenham.
The Wells remain rooted 16th.

Next up The Wells host Fisher on Saturday. Kick Off 3pm.


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