The Wells return to The Culverden again on Saturday when they host Erith Town in the SCEFL premier division.

The Dockers sit 5 places beneath The Wells in 13th after 13 games. Their record consists of 4 wins, 3 draws and 6 defeats earning them 17pts.
Erith have managed just one away win so far this season and are without a league win since beating Deal Town at home on 26th October.

After a two week hiatus The Wells continued their winning form with a dominant performance against title hopefuls Chatham Town.

A soggy Culverden saw The Wells get off to a flying start thanks to Jordan Wells who finished coolly after 8mins.

Josh Froggatt doubled The Wells lead on 16mins when skipper Freeman Rogers headed down for Froggatt to rifle home.

Wells keeper Simon Overland claimed The Wells second clean sheet of the season and was a relative spectator as Chatham were unable to mount a second half fight back.

The Wells return to league action after an enforced two week break on Saturday when they host Chatham Town at The Culverden.

The Chats sit 2nd in the league after 15 games on 28pts. They have a playing record of 8 wins, 4 draws and 3 defeats.

The Wells last outing was the 3-1 win at home against AFC Croydon. They have slipped to 9th in the league albeit having played only 10 games. Their record consists of 6 wins, 1 draw and 3 defeats.

The Wells celebrated The clubs 133rd birthday with an emphatic 3-1 win at home against AFC Croydon Athletic.

The Wells begun the game on the front foot with Euan Sahadow opening the scoring on 13mins.

Jason Thompson made it 2-0 6mins later when he converted with aplomb from a Euan Sahadow cross.

Fjord Rogers added a third on 23mins to make it 3-0.

Dominic Ogun pulled a goal back for the Rams on 36mins.

The second half played out to a stalemate with Josh Biddlecombe going closest to adding for The Wells.

The Wells welcome AFC Croydon Athletic to The Culverden on Tuesday evening.

The Rams arrive sitting 13th on 11pts from 10 games. They have won 3, drawn twice and lost 5 times. Last Saturday’s win away at Crowborough Athletic was the Rams first win in 5 games.

The Wells have slipped into a poor run of form which has seen them exit two cup competitions in the last week. They are without a league win since the 7-0 win at home to K Sports.

Last season saw former Wells forward Joe Nwoko grab the winner for AFC Croydon in a 0-1 win in front of 141.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Wells crashed out of the Kent senior trophy with defeat at K Sports.

Matt Gething 26mins and Josh Brown 40mins goals gave The Paperboys a 2-0 win to see them into the next round.

The Wells winless run now stretches to 5 games.

Next up The Wells host AFC Croydon Athletic on Tuesday night in the SCEFL premier division.

Kick Off 7:45pm.

The Wells travel to Cobdown on Saturday to face K Sports in the first round of the Kent senior trophy.

Having suffered a 7-0 demolition at The Culverden 3 weeks ago, The Paperboys have found a run of form that has seen them win 3 of their last 4 games.

The Wells will look for a return to winning ways having suffered defeat in 3 of their last 4 games since the victory against K Sports. They have lost their last 2 league games and suffered an early exit from the FA Vase.

Kick Off 3pm.

K Sports Cobdown,
Station Road,
Aylesford,
Kent ME20 6AU

The Wells crashed out of the FA Vase with a shot shy performance at The Culverden.

Peter Dean gave Southall the lead after half hour with a blistering strike from range.

Aaron McLeish added a second on the stroke of half time.

With time running out The Wells looked to rally and Josh Froggatt pulled a goal back with 12mins remaining.

There was to be no equaliser though as Emanuel Dosho capitalised on a defensive error to finish coolly on 80mins.

The Wells traces to K Sports on Saturday in the first round of the Kent senior trophy.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells return to The Culverden on Tuesday evening to host Southall in the FA Vase first round replay.

Southall are members of the combined counties league premier division and currently sit 8th after 9 games on 15pts. They have won 4, drawn 3 and lost twice.

The Wells came away from Southall with a replay after a gripping 4-4 draw on Sunday afternoon.

The Wells took the lead on 17mins after Josh Froggatt crossed in for Jason Thompson to rifle home.

Jason Thompson missed the opportunity to double The Wells lead 5mins later when he drove into the side netting after Josh Froggatt had done brilliantly again on the wing.

Ryan Nicholls was called into action in the 24th minute saving well from point blank range.

The Wells turn their attentions to the FA Vase on Sunday when they travel to Southall in the first round proper.

Southall are members of the combined counties league premier division and currently sit 6th after 9 games on 15pts. They have won 4, drawn 3 and lost twice.

The Wells suffered their first league defeat at The Culverden under Richard Styles losing a close fought game 1-2.

Freeman Rogers gave The Wells the lead on 45mins when he headed home Jake Beecroft’s free kick.

Beckenham Town pulled level at the beginning of the second half when Darren Ramsamy headed home.

With all their substitutions made, The Wells were forced to play the final five minutes with ten men when full back Jack Hope hobbled off.

The Wells return to The Culverden on Saturday when they host Beckenham Town in a SCEFL fixture.

The Becks sit 2nd after 9 games on 24pts. They have won 8 and lost just once so far. Their sole defeat coming at home to Glebe where they lost 1-3.

The Wells look for a return to winning ways after suffering their second league defeat of the season away at Corinthian last Saturday.
They sit 5th after 8 games on 16pts.

The Wells suffered their second league defeat of the season losing 2-1 away at last seasons league runners up Corinthian.

The Wells opened the scoring through the prolific Danny Powell on 11mins.

Man of the match Chris Lawal cleared off the Wells goal line 3mins later.

Josh Froggatt went closest to adding to The Wells goal tally in the first half linking up well with Euan Sahadow but his shot went just wide.

Oscar Housego equalised on 37mins when The Wells defence got caught napping.

The Wells travel to Gay Dawn Farm on Saturday to face last seasons league runners up Corinthian.

The Hoops sit one place beneath The Wells in 5th place on 16pts having played 4 games more. They have a playing record of 4 wins, 4 draws and 3 defeats after 11 games.

Tuesday evenings 7-0 thrashing of K Sports saw The Wells climb to fourth on 16pts from 7 games. They now sit 2pts behind leaders Chatham Town having played 3 games less.

Last seasons meeting between the two teams saw goals from Chad Bryce-Borthwick and Jason Thompson to hand The Wells a 2-1 victory.

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