TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

The Wells got their first win at The Culverden since last April with a 5-2 win against Basement side Croydon.

Captain Perry Spackman gave The Wells the lead after 3mins when he headed home from Jake Beecroft’s corner.

Tre Daley levelled for the visitors when he curled in a low shot past Calum Hampson on 20mins.

The sides remained level for just a minute when The Wells regained the lead thanks to a thunderous Jason Thompson free kick.

Chad Bryce-Borhwick extended the lead for The Wells when his thunderous effort found the net on 30mins.

Having played six straight away games, The Wells return to The Culverden on Saturday afternoon to host basement side Croydon.

The Trams languish at the bottom of the league having endured a torrid campaign. Their record after 14 games consists of 1 win and 13 defeats. They sit just 2pts below fellow strugglers Rusthall with two games in hand on the Rustics.

The Wells progressed to the quarter final stage of this seasons Senior Trophy by beating FC Elmsted 3-2.

After a goalless first half FC Elmsted opened the scoring when Joe Hart converted on 51mins.

The hosts lead was to be short lived when Steph Harper equalised for The Wells one minute later.

Jason Thompson 57mins and Chad Bryce-Borthwick 66mins added for The Wells until Alvin Turytemba pulled a goal back for Elmsted.

The Wells will now host St Peter of Jersey at The Culverden in the quarter final.

The Wells return to Kent Senior Trophy action on Tuesday evening when they travel to SCEFL Division One side FC Elmsted for the rearranged second round fixture of this seasons competition.

The Cocks have made their way to the second round thanks to a 1-3 first round away win against division one rivals Stansfeld.

The Wells secured their second round place thanks to a 3-0 win at home against AFC Croydon Athletic.

Kick Off 7:45pm

London Hire Ground,
Lower Road,
Hextable,
Kent
BR8 7RZ

The Wells continue their march up the table with an excellent 1-3 away win at high flying Deal Town.

Jamie Thompson gave The Wells a 25th minute lead only for Deal to equalise 5mins later through Alfie Foster.

Lewis Mingle restored The Wells lead on 36mins.

Jamie Humphries bagged The Wells third from the penalty spot on 70mins.

The win sees The Wells continue to climb the table and move up to 16th on 13pts.

Next up The Wells travel to FC Elmsted on Tuesday evening for their rearranged Kent Senior Trophy fixture.

Kick Off 7:45pm.

The Wells look to continue their climb up the league table on Saturday when they make the long trip to Deal Town.

The Hoops have been enjoying a successful campaign and currently sit 6th on 29pts after 17 games and have a record of 8 wins, 5 draws and 4 defeats.

The Wells climbed to 17th after their win away at Hollands & Blair and now have 10 pts and a record of 3 wins, 1 draw and 10 defeats.

Last season saw a 1-1 draw between the two teams. Jack Harris scoring for The Wells.

Kick Off 3pm.

Tonight’s game away to FC Elmsted has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Having recorded a somewhat comfortable 0-2 friendly away win at Bostik side Hythe Town on Saturday, The Wells return to competitive action when they travel to SCEFL Division One side FC Elmsted in the second round of the Kent Senior Trophy.

The Cocks have made their way to the second round thanks to a 1-3 first round away win against division one rivals Stansfeld.

The Wells secured their second round place thanks to a 3-0 win at home against AFC Croydon Athletic.

Kick Off 7:45pm

London Hire Ground,
Lower Road,
Hextable,
Kent
BR8 7RZ

A thunderous Chad Bryce-Borthwick strike and a Perry Spackman goal were enough to give The Wells their second win in a row with a convincing 0-2 away win at Hollands & Blair.

The win sees The Wells leapfrog Blair into 17th on 10pts.

With no competitive fixture next Saturday The Wells will travel to Reachfields to face Hythe Town in a friendly.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells will look to build on Saturday’s win at Corinthian when they travel to Star Meadow Sports Ground in Gillingham Wednesday evening to face Hollands & Blair.

The Blair sit one place above The Wells in 17th on 9pts having played 14 games. Their record consists of 3 wins and 11 defeats.

The Wells will be looking to put a run of wins together having endured a tough run of fixtures. A win would see The Wells leap frog Blair to 17th and close the gap on the teams just above them.

The Wells banished their Gay Dawn Farm hoodoo as they secured their second league win in as many seasons at Corinthian.

Before Saturday’s result The Wells had won just once at Corinthian’s Gay Dawn Farm.

Chad Bryce-Borthwick gave The Wells the lead on 21mins.

Shaun Brown equalised for the hosts on 33mins.

Wells keeper Callum Hampson saved a penalty just before half time.

Jason Thompson secured the points for The Wells when he converted on 64mins.

The Wells travel to Corinthian on Saturday and will be looking to turn performance into points as they navigate another fixture against one of the top placed teams in the league.

The Hoops sit 3rd in the league after 13 games played on 29pts. They have a record of 9 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats.

The Wells have suffered narrow 1-0 defeats to Promotion hopefuls Chatham and Beckenham but will be buoyed by their competitive performances in both games.

The Wells still search for the elusive first home win in the league this season despite a galant performance against top of the table Beckenham Town.

A bright start from the visitors saw them awarded a penalty on 12mins which Richard Atkins converted passes debutant Wells keeper Callum Hampson.

Despite hitting the bar twice in the second half The Wells were unable to find an equaliser.

Next up The Wells travel to Corinthian next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells welcome table topping Beckenham Town to The Culverden on Saturday afternoon.

Becks occupy pole position thanks to 10 wins, 1 draw and 3 defeats after 14 games accumulating 31pts.

The Wells sit 17 places below Beckenham in 18th on 4pts from 11 games with a dismal record of 1 win, 1 draw and 9 defeats.

Last seasons meeting between the two teams saw a crowd of 206 witness Beckenham secure a 1-2 win. Ian Parsons scoring The Wells consolation goal.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells crashed out of the challenge cup suffering an embarrassing 1-5 demolition by Erith Town.

The Dockers led 0-3 at half time and added 2 more after the break. Despite a Wells consolation there was to be no comeback.

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