The Wells travel to Eden Park Avenue on Saturday to face high flying Beckenham Town.

Despite flirting with relegation last season, Beckenham have been the surprise team this season and went top of the league after Tuesday evenings 2-4 away win at Sheppey Utd.

Becks sit in pole position thanks to a record of 16 wins, 2 draws and 6 defeats. They have won 53pts and sit 3pts above 2nd placed Sevenoaks Town having played 2 games more.

Tunbridge Wells v Cray Valley PM - pitch inspection failed - game off - will now be played next Tuesday, which cancels the league fixture at Chatham scheduled for that day.

The Wells suffered their first league defeat of 2018 with a humbling 3-0 loss away to bottom placed Hollands & Blair.

A very wet day and heavy pitch made it difficult for both sides

The Wells fell behind after just 8mins when Jack Simon finished a well worked Blair move.

A defensive mix up gifted the hosts their second when Justin Ascheri slotted into The Wells empty net on 33mins.

Despite hitting the woodwork twice The Wells went into half time 2-0 down.

The Wells travel to Gillingham on Saturday to face bottom placed club Hollands & Blair.

The Blair have endured a torrid time in their 3rd season in the SCEFL Premier having won just 5pts from 22 games. They have a record of just 1 win, 2 draws and 19 defeats.

The Wells are so far unbeaten in the league in 2018 after 4 games. Saturdays 3-2 derby win saw The Wells leapfrog neighbours Rusthall into 17th and go level on points with 16th placed Chatham Town with a game in hand.

The Wells won the battle of the borough thanks to a late winner from Greg Skinner.

Rusthall took the lead on 23mins through a Stephen Harper Penalty.

Joffy Shea equalised 10mins into the second half only for Rusthall to retake the lead through Stephen Smith on 67mins.

A Josh Biddlecombe penalty on 75mins gave The Wells their second equaliser of the afternoon.

The game looked to be heading for a draw until Greg Skinner stole the show and scored a 91st min winner.

It's derby day on Saturday as The Wells welcome neighbours Rusthall to The Culverden.

The Rustics won promotion to the SCEFL Premier last season after finishing as runners up to Glebe.

They occupy 18th in the league. One place below The Wells having amassed 21pts from 23 games. They have a record of 6 wins, 3 draws and 14 defeats.

The Wells edged a thrilling encounter against Deal Town at The Culverden.

Drew Crush opened the scoring for The Wells on 22mins.

Despite The Wells having the better of the first half exchanges it was Deal who went into half time with a 2-1 lead thanks to Andy Miller's 40mins equaliser and Conner Coyne netting on 44mins.

Jack Harris equalised for The Wells on 4mins into the 2nd half.

Ben Chapman restored the Hoops lead on 66mins to make it 2-3.

Jon Pilbeam equalised for The Wells a second time before Jack Harris scored the winner with 3mins remaining.

The Wells return their focus to league duties on Saturday when Deal Town visit The Culverden.

Derek Hares's side sit impressively in 5th having amassed 38pts from 21 games. Of those games The Hoops have had 12 wins, 2 draws and 7 defeats.

The Wells who remain in 18th have however moved within a point of 17th with 3 games in hand thanks to the 1-3 away win at Corinthian.

Last seasons meeting between The Wells and Deal at The Culverden was watched by 253. A Luke Hackett brace gave The Wells a 2-1 win.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells bowed out of the Kent Reliance Senior Trophy going down 3-0 away to Sheppey Utd.

Jason Bourne was forced to make several changes to the side that beat Corinthian away last week.

A Remell David goal and brace from Dan Bradshaw was enough to see the Ites progress to the semi finals.

A penalty save by a Wells debutant keeper Cameron Hall was all the travelling Wells fans had to cheer on a wet and miserable afternoon.

Next up The Wells host Deal Town at The Culverden next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

Saturday sees The Wells travel to Holm Park to face Sheppey Utd in the quarter finals of the Kent Senior Trophy.

The Ites made it through to the last 8 thanks to a 3-1 first round win against West Wickham.
A 0-3 away win at Lordswood in the 2nd round set up a mouth watering clash with The Wells.

The Wells find themselves in the quarter finals after defeating Rochester Utd ( Rnd 1, 2-1 ) Rusthall ( Rnd 2, 3-2 aet ) and Sevenoaks ( Rnd 3, 1-0 )

The Wells finally lifted the Gay Dawn Farm hoodoo by winning an enthralling league encounter 1-3.

The Wells could have been a goal up inside the first 2mins when Alexx Kendall whipped a ball into the Corinthian area only to see Jon Pilbeam blaze over the crossbar.

Josh Biddlecombe gave The Wells a deserved lead when his long range effort was misjudged by The Corinthian stopper on 16mins.

The Wells doubled their lead direct from a corner when again The Corinthian number one was found flapping and bundled the ball into his own net.

The Wells travel to Hartley on Saturday to face Corinthian.

The Hoops are flying high in 4th after 20 games with a record of 11 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats. They trail top of the league Sevenoaks by 5pts.

Saturdays 0-0 draw at home to Sevenoaks saw The Wells remain in 18th on 17pts and slightly improved a disappointing record of 4 wins, 5 draws and 11 defeats.
The Wells have failed to win a league game at Gay Dawn Farm since their move into The SCEFL.

The Wells progress to the quarter final stage of this seasons Challenge Cup.

Alexx Kendall's 16th minute goal was enough to knock out Division One leaders K Sports.

Next up The Wells travel to Corinthian.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells continue their journey in this seasons Challenge Cup on Tuesday evening when they travel to Ditton to face K Sports.

The Paper Boys sit top of the SCEFL division one with an impressive record of 17 wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats.

Having received a bye in the first round of the competition. K Sports thumped Basement side Crockenhill 6-1 in the 2nd round to set up a third round tie with The Wells.

The Wells progressed to the third round by disposing of Rochester Utd ( 2-1 ) in the first round and neighbours Rusthall (3-2 aet) in the second round.

The Wells began the new year with a credible point against league leaders and A21 rivals Sevenoaks Town.

The Oaks were reduced to ten men on 8mins after a crude challenge by former Wells player Brett Ince on Jon Pilbeam saw The Oaks player receive his marching orders.

The heavy conditions meant both sides had limited chances.

Goalkeeper Jack Bradshaw made a series of excellent saves at the end to secure The Wells a valuable point.

The Wells remain in 18th but move to within 4pts of neighbours Rusthall in 17th with 3 games in hand.


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