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Good evening all,
Following confirmation given this week that the 2019/20 season has come to its conclusion, I am gutted that there will be no further football played especially when in such a healthy position in the league and a cup competition.
We set out this season with a plan and an objective as part of a journey, which we more than achieved and are in a good position to develop further going into next season.

The FA has declared that the 19/20 season is over and all results to be expunged.

FA and NLS steps three to six have reached a consensus that their 2019-20 season will now be brought to an end, and all results will be expunged. This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between NLS steps three to six, and no promotion to NLS step two.

For the full FA Statement click here

https://scefl.com/fa-update

Dear Friends of Tunbridge Wells Football Club,

We don’t need to tell you that we are living in unprecedented times. The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have quickly reached far and wide. Of course, our thoughts are first and foremost with all of those who have been impacted by this awful virus. We hope that all of our players, members, volunteers, supporters and committee remain safe and healthy. The same is true for our wider footballing family.

The SCEFL has suspended the 19/20 season until and including Saturday 28th March due to the escalating Coronavirus pandemic.

Games scheduled but now postponed are :-

Tunbridge Wells v Canterbury - postponed

Tunbridge Wells v Hollands & Blair - postponed

Tunbridge Wells v Deal Town - postponed

The Wells bagged all 3pts with a hard fought win away at Glebe.

Glebe began the evening sat in 15th on 28pts, while The Wells sat in 5th.

Matt Day opened the scoring for The Wells when he rifled home after excellent play from Euan Sahadow.

Ramell Lake equalised for the hosts on 20mins.

Jamie Philpot put Glebe in front from the penalty spot on 30mins.

Glebe had chances to add to their lead but found Wells debutant keeper Aaron Lee-Wharton in inspired form, pulling off a number of sensational saves.

In a hastily arranged fixture, The Wells travel to Chislehurst on Thursday evening to face Glebe.

Glebe sit in 15th after 20 games on 28pts. Their playing record consists of 8 wins, 4 draws and 8 defeats.

Last seasons meeting at Foxbury Avenue saw The Wells suffer an opening day defeat losing 3-1. Josh Biddlecombe scoring a consolation goal for The Wells.

Kick Off 7:45pm

Foxbury,
Foxbury Avenue,
Chislehurst,
Kent BR7 6SD

The Wells were put to the sword by promotion chasing Chatham Town.

Rob Denness 33mins and Matt Bodkin 38mins gave The Chats a 2-0 lead into half time.

Josh Froggatt pulled a goal back for The Wells on 50mins.

Ryan Palmer 67mins and Jon Pilbeam 75 & 81mins condemned The Wells to their seventh defeat of the season.

The Wells remain in 5th on 43pts from 22 games.

The Wells travel to Medway on Saturday to face promotion hopefuls Chatham Town.

The Chats sit one place above The Wells in 4th on 47pts from 24 games, 3 more than The Wells.
Their playing record comprises of 14 wins, 5 draws and 5 defeats.
Having drawn 0-0 at home to Welling Town last Saturday, The Chats returned to winning ways on Tuesday evening with an impressive 1-8 win away at strugglers Erith & Belvedere.

After a weather induced 21 day hiatus, The Wells returned to league action away at Hollands and Blair.

The Blair began the day sitting 5th in the table one place above The Wells.

A blustery afternoon saw The Wells use the wind and downhill slope on the Star Meadow sports ground pitch in the first half to good effect.

Wells captain Freeman Rogers gave The Wells an 8th minute lead when he reacted quickest to strike home a rebound from Jason Thompson’s free kick.

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