Tunbridge Wells Football Club

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

Two goals in each half by Byron Walker condemned The Wells to a seventh straight defeat against Sevenoaks Town.
The Wells return to action on Saturday when Erith Town are the visitors to The Culverden.
Kick Off 3pm

The Wells welcome Sevenoaks Town to The Culverden on Saturday looking to stop the rot that has seen 6 straight defeats.

The Oaks arrive into the royal town sitting 6th in the league having won 13 drawing once and losing 4 of their 18 games played so far.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a crowd of 215 witness a 0-1 win for Sevenoaks.

Kick Off 3pm

The Wells miserable run of form continues as they suffered another heavy defeat this time to A26 rivals and promotion hopefuls Crowborough.
The Wells were 1-0 inside 8mins when Sam Carrington opened the scoring.
Zac Attwood doubled the hosts lead from the penalty spot when debutant Jake Hampson handled in the area.
Sam Grabb secured a routine win for The Crows 5mins into the second half.
Next up The Wells host Sevenoaks Town next Monday.
Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells return to action after this years festivities when they travel up the A26 to face promotion hopefuls Crowborough Athletic on Tuesday afternoon.

The Crows who are unbeaten in their last 26 outings, sit 2nd in the league table having won 13, drawing 3 and losing just twice in the league this season so far.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the points shared in a 1-1 draw on the opening day in front of 350 spectators.

Kick Off 3pm.

Captain Tom Bryant has left the club to join league rivals Whitstable Town.

Signed by Martin Larkin at the beginning of the 13/14 campaign. Tommy became an instant fan favourite with his combative style of play.

Tommy's efforts on the pitch were rewarded at last seasons end of seasons awards where he scooped Players Player , Supporters Player and Managers player of the year.

Everyone at Tunbridge Wells Football Club wishes Tommy all the best in the next chapter of his football career.

The Wells were easily dismantled by league leaders Ashford Utd on a murky afternoon at The Culverden. Goals from Rory Hill 6, Adrian Stone 28, Shaun Welford 33, Ryan Palmer 66, Ben Wilson 89 condemned The Wells to a fifth straight defeat.
Next up The Wells travel to Crowborough on Tuesday.
Kick Off 3pm

First team football returns Saturday afternoon as The Wells welcome league leaders Ashford Utd to The Culverden in the final home game of 2016.

The Wells have struggled on the road the last few weeks suffering defeats in all 4 of their away games since the 2-1 home win Vs Deal on the 19th November.

Despite poor away results home form has been better and The Wells haven't lost at The Culverden since the end of August in all competitions.

The Gay Dawn Farm hoo do continues to linger over The Wells after they suffered a 5-2 defeat against Corinthian.
The Wells first half pressure paid off when they deservedly took the lead through Paul Butler on 16mins with a fierce drive.
The home side equalised when The Wells were caught napping and were too slow to react to a short corner that resulted in Oscar Housego slotting in past Steve Lawerence.
An entertaining first half bubbled over and Perry Spackman saw a straight red for a full blooded challenge just outside The Wells area.

The Wells dust themselves down and head to Gay Dawn Farm to face Corinthian on Saturday looking to put the disappointing performances of the last two weeks behind them.
The Hoops sit 10th in the league table on 20pts having won 5 drawing 5 and losing 6 of their 16 games played.
The Wells occupy 15th position with a record of 4 wins, 3 draws and 7 defeats.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the two teams share the points in an entertaining 1-1 draw. Jack Howlett the goal scorer for The Wells that day.
Kick Off 3pm

Christmas came early for Lordswood as The Wells gifted The Lords 3pts with a woeful performance at Martyn Grove.
Hicham Akhazzan gave the home side the lead after 4mins when The Wells defence failed to clear their lines from a corner and he poked home.
Akhazzan doubled The Lords lead from the penalty spot on 38mins.
Ryan Crandley had the chance to pull a goal back on 66mins from the penalty spot but his shot was well saved by former Wells keeper Ryan Chandler.
Lordswood sealed a deserved victory 3mins from full time when David Smith netted.

The Wells return to league action on Saturday when they travel to Martyn Grove to face Lordswood, looking to put last weeks disappointing cup exits behind them.

The Lords have endured a torrid start to the season and sit in 17th position in the league table, 3 places below The Wells.

Richard Styles's men have won 4, drawn 1 and lost 13 of their 18 games played. They've scored 29 goals on the way but have conceded an eye watering 62 goals.
Two 7-0 defeats to Ashford Utd and Cray Valley haven't helped their cause.

The Wells made it a week to forget as they lost out in another cup competition this week. Jamie Miller solitary goal on 26mins was enough to see The Wells exit this seasons Kent Senior Trophy.
Next up The Wells travel to Lordswood on Saturday, Kick Off 3pm

The Wells return to cup action on Sunday when they travel to Badgers Sports Ground in Eltham to face Cray Valley in the second round of this seasons Kent Senior Trophy.

The Wells beat Crockenhill 3-0 at The Culverden in the last round with goals from Ollie Bankole, Brad Large and Tom Bryant.

The Millers scored a last minute winner to beat Hollands and Blair in the previous round 3-2.

Kick Off 3pm

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

The Wells were dumped out of the SCEFL challenge cup by SCEFL div 1 outfit Holmesdale.
Josh Biddlecombe scored to give The Wells a 1-0 lead.
Holmesdale equalised in the second half to send the tie into extra time.
Holmesdale then scored two more to send The Wells crashing out.
The Wells return to cup action on Sunday when the travel to Eltham to take on Cray Valley in the Kent Senior Trophy.
Kick Off 3pm.

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