The First Pre Season game at the Culverden saw a spirited display from the home side who more than matched their Ryman South Opponents.
Joe Fuller opened the scoring on 39mins and gave the Wells a deserved half time lead.
6 mins into the 2nd half and Jake Beecroft showed the South Stand exactly what they'll be missing next season with a trademark curling free kick to level the game.
Next up The Wells entertain Westfield of the Southern Combination League at the Culverden on Tuesday night, 7.45pm Kick Off and free admission for all.
Chris Seenan has joined Ryman Sourh side Whitstable Town.
Chris joined The Wells during the 13/14 season having moved to Tunbridge Wells from his hometown Glasgow. He instantly became a south stand favourite with demolition jobs on Deal and Rochester. Scoring 4 and 5 goals in those games.
Everyone at TWFC wishes Chris all the best at his new club.
The Club is pleased to announce that they have added an additional friendly match. On Tuesday July 28th we will entertain Westfield FC at the Culverden. Kick off will be 7:45pm
As this is an additional game the Club is pleased to announce that there will be no admission charges for this game.
Saturday sees the first pre season game at the Culverden as we welcome Sittingbourne and some familiar faces back to the Royal town. Plying their trade in the Ryman South. The Brickies who finished 12th last season are managed by former Wells centre half Nick Davis and also have former Wells players Harry Smith and Jake Beecroft in their ranks.
Sittingbourne have enjoyed a successful pre season winning all of their 5 games so far scoring an impressive 17 goals and conceding 9.
Last time out they put Erith Town to the sword winning 7-2 away.
The Wells came away with the local bragging rights in an entertaining pre season friendly at Jockey Farm.
A tale of to halves The Wells went into half time losing 1-0 despite impressive displays from Andy Irvine, Jason Barton and Lee Radford.
With Steve Lawrence the only Wells player to play the full 90mins,Joe Fuller soon equalised placing his shot passed the opposing keeper after good work down the left flank.
The Wells sealed the victory when trialist Nick Graham finished off a deft move and sent the away fans home happy.
Tunbridge Wells will begin the 2015/16 campaign with two derbies the first of which is away against A26 rivals Crowborough on Saturday 8th August
This is swiftly followed by the first home game of the season which sees Sevenoaks Town travel the short distance down the A21 on Tuesday 11th August
Tuesday 25th August sees The Wells Travel to Big Spending Greenwich Borough, While
the first league fixture against last season runners up Ashford Utd will be played at the Culverden on Saturday 5th September.
Tunbridge Wells took their Pre Season tour into Medway and up against Ryman South outfit Chatham Town.
The Wells took the lead through Chris Seenan who added to his impressive goal tally in pre season, This proved only to rile the hosts who swiftly equalised and then took the lead before adding 2 more in the second half.
The Wells return to West Kent on Tuesday night when they travel the short distance to Jockey Farm and go up against Rusthall. Kick Off 7:15pm
The Wells continued their Pre season with a hard fought draw against Ryman North side Cray Wanderers.
Trailing 3-0 at half time the Wells battled back with another brace from Chris Seenan and a last minute free kick saw Jason Barton head home the equaliser.
The Wells continue their Pre Season away at Ryman South outfit Chatham Town on Saturday, Kick Off 3pm
Keith Bird continued his building of the Management Team by appointing Mark Stapley as Coach. Mark has held a number of Roles at Hastings including Care Taker Manager, Assistant Manager & Coach. He also had a spell with Keith at Bromley. Please extend a big Culverden welcome to Mark.
The squad for the 2015/16 campaign has been announced.
Keith Bird and Jason Bourne have been working extremely hard since their appointments and we are delighted to announce that they have assembled a squad that they believe has both quality and desire worthy of the red shirt of TWFC. From the few training sessions that have been held it looks already as though there is a togetherness about the group. Additionally watching from the outside in the lads did appear to be having fun, not sure it was all fun for those training as the players were certainly worked hard.