Lordswood are next up to visit the Culverden this Saturday.
Despite losing to Cray Valley on the opening day of the season the Lords put together a run of 7 unbeaten games including the impressive 3-0 win at home Vs Ashford Utd.
Saturday also sees the return of former Wells assistant manager Brad Sandeman who has joined Jamie Collins's coaching staff at Martin Grove.
Mr Collins will be hoping his side fair better than on his last visit to the Culverden where his side were on the wrong end of a 7-0 thrashing.

A summary of this entertaining win can be found here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/588

Winning Saturday's award and continuing his fine scoring run Hakim Griffiths wins the MotM Vs Croydon Athletic with 30% of the vote.
Chris Seenan and Lee Radford are mentioned in dispatches.
Well done lads

Both Tunbridge Wells U15's and U16's won their respective games today. The U15's beat Crayford Arrows U15's 4-1 at the Culverden helped by a Pip Preston hat trick.
The U16's not to be out done, beat Bromley U16's 5-1 in an entertaining game.
Congratulations to everyone involved

Bromley based outfit Holmesdale are the visitors to the Culverden Tuesday evening.
They currently occupy 17th in the scefl league table with just one win from their opening five games.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the Wells run out 4-1 winners with goals coming from Brad Potter, Tom Davey and a brace from Chris Seenan.
Kick Off 7:45pm


Match summary can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/587

Tunbridge Wells U15's will look to continue their impressive start to the season when they welcome Crayford Arrows to the Culverden this Sunday.
Having beaten Lordswood U15's 4-1 in the season opener they drew 0-0 away at Corinthian last time out.
Kick Off 11am
RESULT Tunbridge Wells U15 4-1 Crayford Arrows U15

With yet another committed performance and accumulating 30% of the vote Jamie "Digga" Lawrence is our man of the match In the 2-1 win against Croydon.
Also mentioned in dispatches is Lee Radford. Well done lads.

Following on from Tuedsay evenings victory The Wells return to action Saturday when they travel to AFC Croydon Athletic.
Reformed in 2012 by fans of previous side Croydon Athletic who folded at the end of the 2011/12 season The Rams have enjoyed some impressive results since joining the SCEFL from the combined counties league this season, most notably a 3-0 home win to much fancied Erith & Belverdere on the opening day of the season.

Match Summary can be found here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/586

Manager Keith Bird has added to his squad by signing midfielder Hakim Griffiths, striker Ben Hunt and defender Dquame Copeland.
Ben Hunt was a 3 year pro at Bristol Rovers and has also played at Conference and Ryman level.
Hakim Griifiths joins from Hemel Hempstead and played under manager Keith Bird at Bromley FC.
Dquame Copeland who is 6ft5 and 17 yrs young had been offered a pro contract in Scotland at Partick Thistle and is an assured Centre Back.

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Tuesday evening see The Wells welcome FA Cup conquerors Croydon to the Culverden.
Having knocked the Wells out of this years competition winning 2-1 in the replay at the Croydon Arena, the Trams then went on to beat Ryman South outfit Molesey FC 1-0.
Despite their FA Cup heroics, league form has been a concern seeing them lose all of their opening five fixtures and thus being rooted to the bottom of the SCEFL table.
Kick Off 7:45pm


With no senior game being played this weekend, why not pop down to the Culverden and cheer on our U16's who go up against Sevenoaks U16's.
Kick Off 11am.
RESULT The Wells u16 2-0 Sevenoaks u16

The Draw for the SCEFL Challenge Cup has been made and sees The Welks travel to Cray Valley PM In the preliminary round on Wednesday 7th October.
The winner will have a home tie against Erith Town.


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