TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

The Wells made it through to the 2nd round of the Kent Reliance Senior Trophy with a convincing 3-0 win.

Brandon Diau was a hat trick hero with goals on 24,50 and 76mins.

Next up The Wells return to league duty when they travel to Chatham Town next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells welcome AFC Croydon Athletic to The Culverden on Saturday in the first round of this seasons Kent Reliance Senior Trophy.

Having won the competition in 2013, The Wells bowed out of last seasons tournament at the quarter final stage losing 3-0 away to Sheppey Utd.

AFC Croydon went out of the competition at the first round stage last season. Losing 1-6 at home to Erith & Belvedere.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells crashed out of this seasons FA Vase going down 0-2 to AFC Uckfield Town.

Goals from Dee Okojie 78mins and Sam Cooper 83mins secured The Uckers passage through to the next round.

Next up The Wells host AFC Croydon Athletic in the Kent Senior Trophy next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells get a welcome respite from their league campaign when they welcome AFC Uckfield Town to The Culverden on Saturday in the first round proper of this seasons FA Vase.

Reformed 4 years ago in 2014, The Uckers are members of the Southern Combination League where they currently sit 12th after 9 games on 12pts. They have have a record of 3 wins, 3 draws and 3 defeats.

The Wells navigated two qualifying rounds to make Saturday’s first round proper, Dispatching Billingshurst 0-3 and then Bridon Ropes 0-1 in the second qualifying round replay.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells suffered a second half horror show as they threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 2-4 to Punjab Utd.

The Wells got off to a lively start and broke the deadlock on 9mins when Ian Parsons shot struck the bottom of the post and hit the away keeper on the back and rolled into the net.

Josh Biddlecombe doubled The Wells lead when he netted 2mins into the restart.

The Wells welcome league newcomers Punjab Utd to The Culverden on Saturday.

Having finished as champions of SCEFL Division One last season, Punjab sit 14th on 7pts after 10 games. They have a record of 1 win, 4 draws and 5 defeats.

The Wells worse start to a league campaign in 13 years continued as they lost 3-2 away to Bearsted.

Bearsted opened the scoring on 11mins when Reece Collins finally netted after 3 attempts after two good saves from Cameron Hall.

Jake Beecroft equalised for The Wells from a free kick after Josh Biddlecombe was upended just outside the area on 28mins.

Brandon Diau opened his scoring account to give The Wells the lead when he headed home from close range after an excellent delivery from Jarred Trespaderne on 55mins.

The Wells return to Maidstone on Tuesday evening to face Bearsted.

The Bears sit 12th after 7 games on 12pts with a record of 4 wins and 3 defeats.

Saturday’s 1-1 draw away to K Sports elevated The Wells one place to 18th after 7 games on 4pts.

The Bears have won both league meetings between the two teams at Honey Lane since their promotion from SCEFL Division One. Last Season saw Bearsted win 1-0.

Kick Off 7:30pm

A much improved performance saw The Wells earn a deserved point away at K Sports.

Despite a bright opening The Wells found themselves a goal down on 19mins when James Jeffries took advantage of a fumbled cross to poke home.

The Wells were denied an equaliser on four occasions by an outstanding first half goalkeeping display by K Sports Adam Highstead.

Returning winger Rhys Bartlett grabbed The Wells equaliser when his cross/shot lobbed over the The Paperboys substitute keeper on 77mins.

The Wells look to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat to Canterbury City, when they travel to Ditton to face K Sports on Saturday.

The Paperboys won promotion from division one last season after finishing runners up to Punjab United. They find themselves in 17th after 6 games on 4pts having won once drawn once and losing 4 times.

The Wells remain in 19th after Saturday’s defeat and have now lost 6 of their opening 7 games.

The two teams met in last years SCEFL Challenge Cup where Alexx Kendall scored the only goal of the game to give The Wells a 0-1 away win.

The Wells put in an abject performance on a soggy afternoon at The Culverden as they were easily dismantled by Canterbury City.

A bright opening by The Wells was soon extinguished as Alexx Kendall deflected into his own net after 7mins.

Jordan Casey doubled City’s lead when he rifled home from the edge of the Wells area.

Dave Pilcher secured a well deserved victory when he was allowed time and space to rocket home from 25yrds.

The Wells remain in 19th with 3pts from 7 games.

Next up The Wells travel to K Sports next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells welcome Canterbury City to The Culverden on Saturday afternoon as they return to league duties.

City sit 9th after 4 games on 9pts having won 3 and lost once.

Wednesday evenings Vase replay win at Bridon Ropes saw The Wells make it 4 games unbeaten and they will be looking to add to their first league points won away at Rusthall. After 6 games The Wells sit 19th.

Last seasons saw an entertaining 2-2 draw in front of a crowd of 205. Jon Pilbeam scoring the goals for The Wells.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells progressed to the 1st round proper of this seasons FA Vase with a 0-1 replay win at SCEFL division one side Bridon Ropes.

Drew Crush thought he had given The Wells the lead only for his goal to be ruled out for a offside.
Danny Powell however did give The Wells the lead on the stroke of half time when he fired home from a Jake Beecroft through ball

Despite a late onslaught The Wells held on to claim victory and set up a home tie against AFC Uckfield Town of the Southern Combination League on Saturday 13th October, Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells travel to Meridian Sports Club on Wednesday evening to play the replay of Saturday’s FA Vase 1-1 aet draw with SCEFL Division One side Bridon Ropes.

Saturday’s game saw Danny Powell’s 35th minute strike cancelled out by Nathan Simpson’s 43rd minute equaliser and extra time couldn’t separate the two sides.

The Ropes best run in the Vase was making the first round proper in both the 15/16 and 16/17 seasons.
They currently sit 4th in SCEFL Division One having gained 15pts from 8 games, winning 4, drawing 3 and losing once.

The Wells must travel to Charlton on Wednesday evening after a pulsating 1-1 draw with Bridon Ropes.

Danny Powell gave The Wells a 35 mins lead with a excellent near post finish.

The Ropes equalised 8mins later when Nathan Simpson converted.

Both sides had chances in the second half and extra time to win the tie and The Wells were indebted to Cameron Hall’s goalkeeping heroics to keep the scores level.

Replay Wednesday.

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