TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

The Wells return to The Culverden on Tuesday evening to host K Sports in the SCEFL Premier league.

The Paperboys sit 17th after 7 games on 5pts. They have just 1 win, 2 draws and 4 defeats so far this season.
Their only win coming in a 2-1 home victory against Crowborough. They are yet to win away from home so far.

The Wells and Bearsted served up a pulsating match at a sunny Culverden.

The Bears took an early lead from the penalty spot after Wells captain Freeman Rogers was alleged to have blocked a goal bound shot with his arm. Despite Tommy Taylor’s best efforts, James Bassey-Saldanha penalty was converted.

Euan Sahadow drew The Wells level on 17mins with a venomous strike from 25 yards.

Jason Thompson headed home a corner on 30mins to double The Wells lead.

Euan Sahadow made it 3-1 from the penalty spot on 36mins.

The Wells are back in league action at The Culverden on Saturday when they host Bearsted.

The Bears sit in 6th on 11pts from 7 games. They have won 3, drawn 2 and lost 2.

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The Wells will look to get back to winning ways after suffering defeat away to Erith & Belvedere in their last league outing.
They sit one place and point above Bearsted in 5th on 12pts having played 2 games less.

The Wells booked their place in the FA Vase first round proper with a ruthless display at home to Knaphill.

Danny Powell continued his excellent start to the season by opening the scoring for The Wells on 19mins.

Josh Froggatt doubled The Wells lead with a blistering strike from outside the area 2mins later.

Angel Zapata closed the deficit on 31mins when he netted from a rare Knaphill attack.

Captain Freeman Rogers restored The Wells two goal cushion when he headed home a corner.

After a 32 day absence, The Wells return home to The Culverden on Tuesday evening to face Knaphill in the FA Vase second qualifying round replay.

The Knappers sit 12th in their league on 6pts after 6 games. They have won once, drawn 3 and lost twice. Knaphill disposed of Storrington in 6-0 away win in the previous round.

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The Wells will be looking to get back to winning ways after Saturday’s defeat at Erith & Belvedere and will be hoping of a repeat of their 4-0 away win at Littlehampton Town in the previous round.

The Wells were held to a draw away to Surrey based Knaphill in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase.

Knaphill took the lead after 12mins when Matt Bunyan tapped home a rebounded effort.

Euan Sahadow drew The Wells level from the penalty spot on the stroke of half time after Danny Powell was fouled just as he was to score.

Knaphill were reduced to ten men a few moments later when Jay Welch saw a straight red for a dangerous challenge on Euan Sahadow.

The Wells travel to Surrey on Saturday to face Knaphill of the Combined Counties League in the second qualifying round of the FA Vase.

The Knappers sit 12th in their league on 6pts after 6 games. They have won once, drawn 3 and lost twice. Knaphill disposed of Storrington in 6-0 away win in the previous round.

The Wells will be looking to get back to winning ways after Saturday’s defeat at Erith & Belvedere and will be hoping of a repeat of their 4-0 away win at Littlehampton Town in the previous round.

The Wells suffered their first league defeat of the season away at Erith & Belvedere.

Kam Pope-Campbell gave The Deres the lead on 17mins as The Wells failed to clear their lines.

Eric Demelo added a second a minute later as The Wells inquest into the first goal was continuing.

Josh Froggatt pulled a goal back for The Wells a minute later to give The Wells a lifeline.

Danny Powell continued his excellent run of goal scoring by equalising for The Wells on 25mins.

The Wells return to league action on Saturday hoping to continue their blistering start to the season when they travel to Park View Road, Welling to face Erith & Belvedere.

The Deres sit 10th after 5 games on 6pts. They have won once and drawn 3 of their opening 5 games. Their only league win so far this season came at home in a 1-0 against AFC Croydon Athletic.

The Wells have won all 4 of their league games to date and remain the only team in the league not to have suffered defeat.

The Wells progressed to the second qualifying round of the FA Vase with a dominant display away at Littlehampton Town.

Danny Powell 25, Jack Hope 34, and Euan Sahadow 36 pen, gave The Wells a 3-0 lead into half time.

Josh Froggatt added a 4th with a minute remaining to set up a tie away to Knaphill in the next round.

For an in depth match report and reaction from manager Richard Styles go to http://kentishfootball.co.uk/news/litttunb010919

The Wells return to West Sussex on Sunday for the third time in 7 days as they visit Littlehampton Town in the first qualifying round of the FA Vase.

The Marigolds play in the Southern Combination League division one where they sit 2nd on 9pts having won their opening 3 games.
Their best performance in the FA Vase came in the 90/91 season when they made it all the way to the semi finals.

The Wells will hope to improve on last seasons FA Vase performance where they exited the competition in the first round proper, losing 0-2 to Uckfield Town at The Culverden.

The Wells returned to the top of the SCEFL premier league with a convincing win away at Crowborough.

The Crows took the lead on 5mins through Kieron Scantlebury after a long ball over the top of The Wells defence was finished with a blistering strike.

The Wells enjoyed the majority of possession for the remainder of the half without threatening the home sides goal until 40mins. Danny Powell’s shot made the Crows stopper pull off a good save. Jordan Wells struck the bar with a venomous strike with the resulting rebound.

The Wells make the 8 mile journey along the A26 to Crowborough Athletic on bank holiday Monday.

The Crows sit 17th after 3 games winning once and suffering defeat twice. Most notably an 8-0 thrashing at home against Bearsted.

The Wells have made a dream start to their league campaign winning all 3 games which saw them top the league for a brief spell.

Last seasons meeting between the two teams at Alderbrook saw The Wells claim 3pts with a 1-2 win. Goals from Jason Thompson and Tom Pearson sending home the travelling away support happy.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells bowed out of the FA Cup after Haywards Heath edged a close encounter at the Hanbury stadium.

Danny Powell opened the scoring for The Wells when he lashed home a Euan Sahadow free kick on 37mins.

Haywards Heath equalised through a dubious penalty for a soft foul which appeared to be outside the box. Callum Saunders scoring the resulting spot kick.

The hosts took the lead when The Wells were guilty of overplaying in front of goal and Heath took advantage when Nico Cotton rifled home 61mins.

The Wells return to FA Cup action on Saturday when they travel to West Sussex to face Haywards Heath in the Preliminary Round of the competition.

The Blues ply their trade in the Isthmian South East division having won promotion from the Southern Combination League in 17/18.

The Wells knocked out Pagham 0-2 in the last round and go into Saturday’s game full of confidence after going top of the league with Wednesday evening’s 1-2 win away at Welling Town.

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