After Saturday's disappointing Vase exit The Wells return to league action this coming Saturday (28/11/15) when they travel to the Croydon Sports Arena to face Croydon.
The Trams sit 18th in the league table, One place above the drop zone and 7 places below The Wells with 10pts less, having won 2 drawn 2 and lost 9 of their 13 games played so far.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a crowd of 95 watch The Wells win 3-0 with a brace from Dane Luchford and Perry Spackman getting on the scoresheet.
Kick Off 3pm.
Wells U16 players Sammie Mcleod Rhys Bartlett & Dale Ashman helped Kent to a 4-1 win over Sussex with Dale Ashman scoring a hatrick
While The Wells Youth U15 won an entertaining Kent Youth Cup match 4-2 against Faversham Town.
Well Done Lads!
Continuing with our Q&A series we caught up with returning Wells legend Scott "Whibbles" Whibley.
Whibbles was a major player in the Successful team of the 2012/13 season which saw the club win the Kent Senior Trophy and get to Wembley in the FA Vase final.
Scott left the club at the end of the 13/14 campaign and joined league rivals Phoenix Sports where he was instrumental in getting the club promoted to the Ryman North.
Winning a tight majority for the Man of the Match award In the 3-2 win Vs Fisher is goal scorer Joe Nwoko. Also mentioned in dispatches is the returning Kieron Tarbie. Well done lads.
A special mention of gratitude is also made to both sets of players and the officials for the game which was played out dispite the horrendous weather conditions.
Saturday sees The Wells begin this seasons FA Vase tournament with a trip to Knaphill FC of the Combined Counties league.
The Knappers are relative new comers to the FA Vase first entering the competition in 2011. With their best performances reaching the second round proper in 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16.
The Knappers reached this seasons second round proper by beating Cray Valley PM 5-4 aet.
Managed by Keith Hills, Knaphill currently sit 14th in their league table having won 6 drawn 2 and losing 6 of their 14 league games so far this season.
On behalf of the Board I would like to express our thanks to the 140 loyal fans who braved what can only be described as terrible conditions for the home game against Fisher. Once again we were the best supported team in the league which amazingly didn't suffer a single postponement yesterday. You are quite simply the best.
I know that the Vase holds a special place in the hearts of our supporters so let us turn Knaphill a very Royal Red!
In the event of a replay being required against Knaphill FC then this fixture will be played on Tuesday 24th November 2015 with a 7:45pm kick off. Ordinarily FA Vase replays are played on the following Saturday but work commences on replacing the Floodlight lamps on Wednesday 25th November 2015. The contractors are expected to be on sight for a week carrying out these works.
Saturday sees the turn of Fisher to visit The Culverden.
Fisher sit in 16th position in the SCEFL league table having won 3 drawn 3 and lost 6 of their 12 games played so far.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw a crowd of 257 see The Wells win 3-1 with goals coming from Brendon Cass x2 and Lee Radford.
Kick Off 3pm
Sat 08-08-15 Premier Division
Deal Town (1)4-1(0) Fisher
Kristin Gregory 39 Andy Miller 50 Lee Philpott 62(p) Charlie Walsh 77 Shelton Gooden 54