Tunbridge Wells Football Club

The Wells were thumped 5-0 after a dismal performance away to Canterbury City.
A hat trick from Dave Pilcher 11, 20 pen, 29 pen and goals from Matt Martin 63, and Laurence Harvey 83, condemned The Wells to their 16th league defeat of the season

The Wells who are now the leagues lowest scorers, having found the net just 30 times this season were dealt another blow when top scorer Ryan Crandley was strechered off with a dislocated knee.

The result leaves The Wells 15th in the league table on 26pts.

Having played their last two games at home. The Wells go on their travels this weekend to Kingsnorth to face Canterbury City.

City sit 9th in the league, 6 places above The Wells. They have secured 41pts from 27 games. Winning 12, drawing 5 and losing 10 times.

The two sides played out a goalless draw back in October at the Culverden.

Last seasons meeting saw City bag a 2-0 win at Homelands in front of 158 spectators.

Kick Off 3pm.

Homelands Stadium
Ashford Road,
TN26 1NJ

The Wells have been awarded the 3pts from their league game against Croydon FC which was abandoned on 87mins.

The game which was played on September 27th 2016 was abandoned with 3 minutes of the game remaining with The Wells 1-0 up through a Ryan Crandley goal before the referee picked up the match ball and walked off to the changing rooms.

The Wells suffered their 15th league defeat of the season after a dismal second half performance against Cray Valley.
The Wells took the lead through Ryan Crandley on 16mins but not before the excellent Steve Lawerence and saved The Wells blushes with 4 good saves to keep the scores level.

The Millers equalised on 37mins from a Jason Thompson penalty when Denzel Gayle was adjudged to have been tripped in the Wells area.

The Wells welcome Cray Valley to the Culverden on Tuesday evening where they look to build on Saturday's 2-1 home win against Rochester Utd.

The Millers sit 9 places above The Wells having gained 51pts from 28 games. Their record consists of 16 wins, 3 draws and 9 defeats.

The Milllers won the reverse fixture between the two sides 2-1 back in January.

Last seasons fixture saw saw The Wells win 2-0 with goals coming from Jason Barton and Ian Parsons.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells had to come back from a goal down to secure their first league win since January 7th.

The first half remained goalless despite both sides creating chances at either end.

The visitors took the lead 5mins into the second half through Chris McDermott.

The ever impressive Brad Potter equalised for The Wells on 61mins with a deft chip before Ryan Crandley lobbed the helpless Rochester keeper 10mis later to secure all 3pts for The Wells.

The win moves The Wells up to 16th in the league on 23pts.

After a 4 week absence The Wells return to the Culverden on Saturday where they play hosts to Rochester Utd.

The Spartans sit 6 places above The Wells in 11th. Having amassed 33pts by winning 8, drawing 9 and losing 11 of their 28 games played.

Last seasons corresponding fixture saw The Wells suffer a surprise 1-2 defeat. Joe Nwoko with The Wells consolation goal in front of a crowd of 217.

Kick Off 3pm

The Wells secured a good away point away to Whitstable, but were denied all 3pts by a late equaliser for the home side after Jamie Lawrence had given The Wells a 1-0 lead from the penalty spot.

Next up The Wells host Rochester Utd next Saturday.
Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells go on their travels for a second Saturday in succession when they travel to The Belmont Ground to face Whitstable Town.
The Oystermen sit 7th in the league table having amassed 48pts by winning 16, drawing none and losing nine times.

The Wells remain in the bottom 3 after last Saturday's defeat to Ashford Utd and are 11 places below Whitstable Town.

The previous meeting between the two sides earlier in the season saw a deft Josh Biddlecombe finish earn all 3pts for The Wells with a 1-0 victory in front of 247 spectators.

Kick Off 3pm

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.


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