TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

Jason Barton Scores penalty for 1-0

Match report from our win against Cray Valley PM can be found here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/579
While photos of the game can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/625

Pictures courtesy of Victor Bethell

Good luck and Congratulations to Andy and Marie today on their wedding day from everyone at TWFC

Saturday sees the Wells welcome Cray Valkey PM to the Culverden.
Cray Valley currently occupy 7th in SCEFL Table having beaten Lordswood 3-0 on the opening day of the season, this was followed by a 2-0 defeat away to Fisher.
Cray returned to winning ways last Saturday however when they thumped Ashford 5-1 in the F.A.Cup.
Last seasons corresponding fixture saw the Wells battle back from 1-3 down to draw 3-3 with Brendon Cass equalising 5mins from the end.

With an impressive 40% of the poll and continuing with his fine start to the season Ollie Cooke wins the Sevenoaks Man of the match award. Also mentioned in dispatches were debutant Kieron Tarbie and Steve Lawrence. Well done lads.

Polling 27% of the vote and winning our first competitive match poll is Ollie Cooke. Congratulations Ollie. Also mentioned in dispatches captain Joe Fuller.

The First home game of the new season saw a disappointing loss to Sevenoaks.
Sevenoaks took the lead on the 11th minute through a well worked move that saw Martin Debram place home.
A more entertaining second half saw chances for both sides but Wells failed to threaten and had to finish the game with 10 as Tom Bryant saw red for a second bookable offence.
Next up are Glebe who we play in a friendly on Saturday at the Culverden, Kick off 3pm

The TWFC Membership desk will be open between 18:30 - 19:30 tomorrow night before the BIG A21 Derby against Sevenoaks Town.

SEVENOAKS TOWN

LAST GAME - Loss 2-1 Hollands & Blair

LAST SEASON - Won 1-0, Joe Fuller

New fixture: Tunbridge Wells v Glebe - Saturday 15th August - 15:00 kick off - friendly fixture - Culverden Stadium.

The opening league fixture of the season saw an entertaining A26 Derby. Despite lots of early pressure the Wells failed to capitalise and when the Crows broke against the run of play Steve Lawrence was lucky not to see red when he came out one on one and brought down Sam Carrington who converted the resulting penalty on 19mins The Wells faithful had to wait until the 83min when after a series of corners and pressure the Crow resolve was finally broken when Will Jagger bundled into his own net.

The Wells wrapped up their pre season winning 4-2 against Hildenborough.
Goals from Ian Parsons, Ehis Izokun, Tom Bryant and Hooley Cornell saw an entertaining game marred by an early injury to new signing Elyon Marshall-Katung. Everyone at TWFC wishes a Elyon a speedy recovery.
Next up for The Wells is the league opener against A26 rivals Crowborough on Saturday. Kick Off 3pm

TWFC are delighted to announce that Bar Trend have agreed to act as hosts to Tunbridge Wells Football Club fans before the A26 derby. To find out the location of Bar Trend please use the link http://www.bartrend.co.uk The bar will be open at 11:00am.

More details of Operation 200 will be announced shortly.

SUNDAY 2nd AUGUST 2015

TWFC CLUBHOUSE WILL BE OPEN FROM 2pm

Showing live on BT Sport
The FA Community Shield
ARSENAL versus CHELSEA
WHEN EITHER TEAM IS WINNING 50p off a PINT

An Own goal from the Westfield centre back after some good build up play from the Wells was cancelled out by some equally good football from the visitors who's Winger skipped passed two challenges and delivered a ball across goal for the equaliser for a tap in saw the 2nd pre season game at the Culvereden end in a 1-1 draw.
The Wells face Hildenborough at The Culverden on Tuesday 4th August. Kick Off 7.45pm

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