Tunbridge Wells Football Club

Tunbridge Wells FC Club and Supporters wish Jamie Marriott of Deal Town a speedy recovery.

So yesterday was a good and bad day, never nice seeing players get hurt. Apparently Jamie Marriott has Broken his ankle in a couple of places and another bone leading down to that. Deal Town F.C. Have set up a page for donations as apparently he's self employed and has a young family so he's going to be out of action work wise for a while . Here's the link http://www.kapipal.com/9defdfa9b8194435aac60174fc3be5ed

Bourney's Blog

Jason Bourne says he is plotting a FA Cup upset at Concord Rangers on Saturday.

The Wells travel to Canvey Island to lock horns with Adam Flanagan’s side, who play three levels higher in the Vanarama National League South. They are second-from-bottom in the table with two wins and a draw from 11 league outings and it is this form that gives Bourne plenty of hope going into the Second Qualifying Round tie.

Supporters Player Of The Season 16/17

Steve Lawerence
37% (78 votes)
Kieron Tarbie
9% (19 votes)
Alfie Hall
11% (23 votes)
Luke Hackett
2% (5 votes)
Brad Potter
6% (13 votes)
Perry Spackman
3% (6 votes)
Paul Butler
1% (3 votes)
Jamie Lawerence
2% (5 votes)
Jon Pilbeam
2% (5 votes)
John Shea
1% (2 votes)
Tom Mackelden
1% (2 votes)
Ryan Crandley
8% (18 votes)
Josh Biddlecombe
6% (12 votes)
James Pinnock
2% (5 votes)
Callum Smith
0% (0 votes)
Tom Davey
6% (12 votes)
Ikechi Ezi
2% (4 votes)
Total votes: 212

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

The Wells return to action next Saturday when they travel to Eltahm to face Cray Valley PM.

Kick Off 3pm

More to follow....

Saturday sees league new comers Bearsted visit The Culverden.
The Bears sit one place and point above the Wells in 18th having won 1 drawing 3 and losing 5 of their 9 games played. Their one win came away to Ashford Utd.
Kick Off 3pm

FA Vase Vs Steyning Town

This weekend is the start of our Vase campaign, this for all the obvious reasons is something special for us all.
May 4th 2013 was one of the best days of my life and leading my team out at Wembley with my two children was something that worked me up before every game, by achieving that gives us all the knowledge that it is not a fairytale but very much achievable for the hungriest of teams amongst our level of non league football.


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