The Wells travel to the Croydon Sports Arena on Monday to face Croydon.

The Trams sit 5th after 30 games on 49pts. Their record consists of 15 wins, 4 draws and 11 defeats.

The Wells sit in 17th on 31pts after 29 games.

Last seasons meeting between the two saw Croydon claim a 2-0 victory.

Kick Off 3pm.

Croydon Sports Arena,
Albert Road,
South Norwood,
SE25 4QL.

Unfortunately today's league game at home to Cray Valley has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. A new date for this fixture will be announced shortly.

The Wells progressed to the SCEFL Challenge Cup final thanks to a dominant 2-0 2nd leg win at Crowborough Athletic.

Jack Harris headed home after 10mins in a copy of his first leg goal.

Despite a timid attempt at a Crows fight back Franco Mici put the tie to bed when he slotted home after good work from Jon Pilbeam in the 90mins.

The Wells will face Whitstable Town in the final.

Next up The Wells host Cray Valley PM at The Culverden on Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells make the short trip along the A26 on Tuesday evening for the highly anticipated SCEFL Challenge Cup Semi Final 2nd leg.

The Wells take a 3-0 lead to Alderbrook thanks to goals from Jarred Trespaderne x2 and Jack Harris in the first leg.

Kick Off 7:30pm


The Wells came back down to earth with a bump after Tuesday evenings cup heroics suffering a 1-4 defeat to Bearsted.

With eyes very much focused on Tuesday evenings Semi Final 2nd leg, manager Jason Bourne made wholesale changes to the starting XI.

Ian Parsons gave The Wells the lead after 5mins when he headed in from a corner.

The Bears drew level on 34mins when Jack Hyslop converted a Bearsted cross into his own net.

The Wells return to league duties on Saturday when Bearsted travel to The Culverden.

The Bears sit 2 places above The Wells in 14th and have acquired 35pts, 4pts more than The Wells. They have a record of 11 wins, 2 draws and 17 defeats.

Last seasons meeting saw The Wells run out 2-1 winners thanks to goals from Dale Ashman and Ryan Crandley.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells put one foot into The SCEFL Challenge Cup final with a dominating performance against A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic.

Jarred Trespaderne gave The Wells the lead after 9mins as he reacted quickest when Jack Harris met Jon Pilbeam's cross who headed against the Crow bar and into the path of Trespaderne who slotted home.

Jack Harris doubled The Wells lead when he was left unmarked to head home from Tom Davey's free kick.

The Wells host A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic on Tuesday evening for the semi final 1st leg of the SCEFL Challenge Cup.

The Crows arrive at the semi final thanks to

2nd Rnd, Canterbury City - H - 3-1
3rd Rnd, AFC Croydon Ath - H - 3-2
1/4 Final, Erith Town - A - 2-6 aet

The Wells made their way to the semi final thanks to

1st Rnd,Rochester Utd - H - 2-1
2nd Rnd, Rusthall - H - 3-2 aet
3rd Rnd, K Sports - A - 0-1
1/4 Final, Cray Valley - H - 2-1

Today's match away at Lordswood has been postponed due to the adverse weather.

The Wells missed the opportunity to climb up the after suffering defeat away to Chatham Town.

Stuart Zanone scored the only goal of an even game on 70mins.

The Wells are away again on Saturday when they travel to Lordswood.

Kick Off 3pm.

Tuesday evening sees The Wells travel to Medway to face Chatham Town.

The Chats currently sit one place below The Wells in 17th in their first season back in the SCEFL having been relegated from the Ryman South division last season.
James Collins's side have amassed 26pts from 28 games with a record of 7 wins, 5 draws and 16 defeats.

The Wells remain in 16th after Saturdays 1-1 draw away to Whitstable Town. Jason Bourne's men have now moved to within 2pts of 14th placed Sheppey Utd.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells continued their good form with a well deserved draw away at title chasing Whitstable Town.

The Wells took the lead on 6mins through a blistering Jack Harris strike.

The hosts were reduced to ten men when Charlie Smith received his marching orders after a crude challenge on Jon Pilbeam.

Josh Biddlecombe went closest to adding to The Wells lead but his shot was spectacularly tipped onto the cross bar by Whitstable keeper Dan Eason.

Ricky Freeman continued his impressive scoring record against The Wells when he netted a 36mins equaliser.

The Wells travel to face Whitstable Town on Saturday.

The Oystermen occupy 4th in the league having amassed 49pts from 24 games. They have a record of 15 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats.

The Wells sit 13 places beneath Whitstable in 16th on 30pts. Last Saturdays 2-2 draw against Canterbury City was the 6th draw of the season.

Last seasons meeting at The Belmont ground saw the two teams share the points in a 1-1 draw. Jamie Lawerence scoring for The Wells.

Kick Off 3pm

The Belmont Ground
Belmont Road,

The Wells progressed to the semi finals
of the SCEFL Challenge Cup thanks to an injury time winner.

The Wells took the lead after just 6mins when Josh Biddlecombe's superb cross into the area was met by Jon Pilbeam who duly headed home.

Ryan Flack equalised for The Millers with a blistering strike on 22mins.

The game looked to be heading towards extra time until Jon Pilbeam raced through and coolly slotted home and send the 137 Wells supporters delirious.

Next up The Wells return to league duties when they travel to Whitstable Town on Saturday.

At the fourth time of asking The Wells hope to welcome Cray Valley PM to The Culverden on Tuesday evening for the quarter final of the SCEFL Challenge Cup.

The Millers entered this seasons competition in the 2nd round with a tricky away tie at Sheppey Utd. After the scores were level at 2-2 after 90mins Cray went on to win 4-5 on penalties.
Their 3rd round opponents SC Thamesmead proved less tricky to navigate as The Millers won a comfortable 3-1.


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