TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

Supporters Player Of The Year 2017/18

Cameron Hall
9% (16 votes)
Chris Oladogba
0% (0 votes)
Alexx Kendall
14% (26 votes)
Alfie Hall
2% (3 votes)
Drew Crush
2% (3 votes)
Greg Skinner
0% (0 votes)
Perry Spackman
3% (6 votes)
Jake Hampson
3% (5 votes)
Ollie Cooke
1% (1 vote)
Franco Mici
2% (3 votes)
John Shea
8% (14 votes)
Tom Davey
2% (3 votes)
Jake Beecroft
0% (0 votes)
Tom Lawerence
23% (42 votes)
Jack Harris
6% (10 votes)
Jarred Trespaderne
2% (4 votes)
Jon Pilbeam
21% (37 votes)
Josh Biddlecombe
3% (5 votes)
Jack Hyslop
0% (0 votes)
Ian Parsons
1% (1 vote)
Josh Stanford
1% (1 vote)
Kieron Tarbie
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 180

Supporters Player Of The Season 16/17

Steve Lawerence
37% (78 votes)
Kieron Tarbie
9% (19 votes)
Alfie Hall
11% (23 votes)
Luke Hackett
2% (5 votes)
Brad Potter
6% (13 votes)
Perry Spackman
3% (6 votes)
Paul Butler
1% (3 votes)
Jamie Lawerence
2% (5 votes)
Jon Pilbeam
2% (5 votes)
John Shea
1% (2 votes)
Tom Mackelden
1% (2 votes)
Ryan Crandley
8% (18 votes)
Josh Biddlecombe
6% (12 votes)
James Pinnock
2% (5 votes)
Callum Smith
0% (0 votes)
Tom Davey
6% (12 votes)
Ikechi Ezi
2% (4 votes)
Total votes: 212

Today's game at home to Fisher has been postponed due to a frozen pitch at The Culverden.

The Wells return to action next Saturday when they travel to Eltahm to face Cray Valley PM.

Kick Off 3pm

More to follow....

Saturday sees league new comers Bearsted visit The Culverden.
The Bears sit one place and point above the Wells in 18th having won 1 drawing 3 and losing 5 of their 9 games played. Their one win came away to Ashford Utd.
Kick Off 3pm

FA Vase Vs Steyning Town

This weekend is the start of our Vase campaign, this for all the obvious reasons is something special for us all.
May 4th 2013 was one of the best days of my life and leading my team out at Wembley with my two children was something that worked me up before every game, by achieving that gives us all the knowledge that it is not a fairytale but very much achievable for the hungriest of teams amongst our level of non league football.

We were definitely not the best team out of the 600 + that entered it but by far the best organised and most motivated week after week and that's the mentality required for players and teams to achieve such great things that will define their footballing careers.

Last year I put too much emphasis on the lads about what the vase means to us, and this year we will go game by game and let the momentum take us to wherever we can.

In comparison the start to this season has mirrored that year with a good pre season followed by a stuttering start that slowly built a side going 17 unbeaten taking us to win the Kent Senior trophy the vase final and just falling short in the title race.
I know what this group is capable of and I know good teams are not built over night. Everything I have just spoken about is now in the past and no longer significant in what we want to achieve.

We move forward and create our own history as a group and if you want what you've never had before you have to do what you've never done before, that starts and finishes with hard work.
We'll all enjoy the game and lets see where this vase journey can take us....
We all know what is achievable together.

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