The Wells came back from 3-0 down to gain an unlikely point away at AFC Croydon Athletic.

An even encounter was tipped towards The hosts when Dominic Ogun was allowed space to rifle home from 20 yards after 22mins.

Former Wells striker Joe Nwoko doubled The Rams lead when he finished deftly on 33mins.

Thoughts of a fight back began to look even less likely when Jordan Greaves netted on 56mins after a good break from a Wells corner.

The Wells look to rediscover the good form that saw them move up the league table on Saturday when they travel to the Mayfield stadium to face AFC Croydon Athletic.

The Rams sit 5 places above The Wells in 11th on 31pts thanks to 9 wins, 4 draws and 8 defeats.

Saturday’s exit from the Kent Senior Trophy was The Wells last opportunity of silverware this season and means they must now refocus on continuing their climb up the table.
Crowborough’s 3-1 win at home to Glebe saw them climb above The Wells into 15th on 29pts albeit having played 3 games more.

The Wells crashed out of the Kent Senior Trophy narrowly losing 11-10 on penalties.

Jersey based St Peter took the lead on 8mins through Sol Solomon only for Tom Pearson to equalise for The Wells 4mins later.

Sam Dewhurst gave St Peter the lead again on 24mins but Harrison Carnegie made it 2 in 2 games as he netted to pull the teams level.

St Peter would take the lead for a third time thanks to Calvin Weir’s 31st minute strike.

The Wells welcome Jersey based St Peter to The Culverden on Saturday in the quarter final tie of this seasons Kent Senior Trophy.

The Saints ply their trade in the Jersey Combination League where they currently sit 2nd.

They have navigated their way to the quarter final thanks to wins at

Preliminary round - Erith & Belvedere 1-3

First round - Welling Town 1-2

Second round - Rochester Utd 1-2

The Wells will be looking to get back to winning ways after Saturday’s defeat to Chatham. Their journey to the quarter finals was

A bumper crowd of 505 saw The Wells lose their 9 game unbeaten run against title chasing Chatham Town.

Jamie Humphris gave The Wells the lead from the penalty spot on 32mins after Harrison Carnegie was upended in The Chats area.

Matt Bodkin levelled for the visitors on the stroke of half time when his shot was deflected in.

Jason Thompson restored the lead for The Wells 2mins into the second half.

Jake Beecroft’s 25 yard screamer made it 3-1 to The Wells.

The Wells welcome promotion chasing Chatham Town to The Culverden on Saturday.

The Chats occupy 4th in the league after 20 games on 43pts, 4pts behind Fisher in first place with two games in hand.
Their playing record consists of 14 wins, 1 draw and 5 defeats.

The Wells are the in form team in the league and have now gone 9 games unbeaten. Saturday’s demolition of Punjab Utd saw them rise to 14th on 26pts and now have an improved record of 8 wins, 2 draws and 10 defeats.

The Wells kicked off 2019 with a breathtaking and ruthless attacking display at Punjab Utd.

Jason Thompson opened the scoring for The Wells after 13mins and then added another 4 minutes later after good work from Ola Williams.

Anthony Adesite pulled a goal back for the hosts on 19mins.

Jamie Humphris returned The Wells lead with two goals when he netted on 22 & 30 mins to make it 1-4.

Substitute Tom Pearson added a fourth when drilled home after a good run through the edge of the Punjab area on 62mins.

The Wells kick off 2019 with a trip to Gravesend based Punjab Utd.

Punjab sit one place below The Wells in 17th having won 15pts from 20 games.
Their league record consists of 3 wins, 6 draws and 11 defeats so far in their first season in the premier division since winning promotion from division one last term.

The Wells A26 Derby win last Saturday was their 8th game unbeaten and saw them close the gap on the mid table pack of 9 teams who are all within 9pts of each other.

The Wells singed off from 2018 with derby delight as they continued their unbeaten run to 8 games.

An even first half saw the two teams separated only by a superb Jason Thompson free kick on the stroke of half time to give The Wells and 1-0 lead into the break.

The Crows replied somewhat against the run of play thanks to Ansu Janneh’s well taken finish on 62mins.

The game looked to be heading towards a draw until Tom Pearson found space in the Crow area to head home The Wells winner.

The win sees The Wells move within a point of 15th placed Erith Town.

Saturday sees The Wells travel to East Sussex to face A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic.

The Crows sit two places above The Wells in 14th and have amassed 26pts from 21 games. After some impressive early results The Crows have slipped into a poor run of form which has seen them lose 5 and draw 1 of their last 6 games and acquire the worst goal difference in the league outside the bottom two teams of -24 along the way.

Saturday’s thrilling 3-4 win away at Lordswood was The Wells seventh game unbeaten in a run that has seen them score 19 goals.

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The Wells signed off for Christmas with a 7 goal thriller that extended their unbeaten run to 7 games.

A dominant opening from The Wells was rewarded when Josh Biddlecombe shot went in off the Lords post.

Despite a number of fine saves from Dan Smith in The Lords goal The Wells were unable to capitalise on their opener and conceded on 17mins when Lords skipper Jordan Wells longe range effort skidded past Calum Hampson.

Both teams were reduced to ten men on 17mins after a skirmish which saw Dane Moore and George Blake receive their marching orders.

The Wells travel to Lordswood on Saturday in their last game before Christmas.

The Lords sit 8th after 16 games on 28pts. They have a record of 8 wins, 4 draws and 4 defeats.

Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Cray Valley was The Wells sixth game unbeaten as they remain in 16th on 17pts and look to make ground on the teams above them.

Last season saw The Wells leave Martyn Grove with maximum points after a 1-2 win.
Goals from Jon Pilbeam and Gianfranco Mici cancelled out Jack Mahon’s opener for The Lords.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells made it 6 games unbeaten with a deserved point to title challengers Cray Valley PM.

A soggy afternoon at The Culverden saw The Wells take the lead on the stroke of half time when captain Perry Spackman headed home a Ola Williams cross.

The Millers Anthony Edgar equalised for the visitors 3mins in to the second half.

Despite both sides having chances, neither could convert and the points were shared.

Next up The Wells travel to Lordswood next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

Saturday sees The Wells welcome title contenders Cray Valley PM to The Culverden.

The Millers sit 4th after 16 games with a record of 10 wins, 3 draws and 3 defeats. They sit 7 points behind league leaders Fisher with 2 games in hand.

Having suffered a somewhat surprise 2-3 defeat at home to Deal Town in Saturday, The Millers returned to winning ways on Wednesday evening beating Croydon 2-0.

The Wells will be hoping to continue their good run of form which has seen them win their last 6 games.

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