With Pre Season now well underway, we caught up with the gaffer to ask his thoughts on last season, his ambitions for next season and how the team is shaping up for the new season.

Have you watched much of the World Cup?

Yes of course. Got to be done!
The First World Cup I remember was 1990 and I fell in love with football ever since. Even though the national team has disappointed in recent years you cling to the memories of the good times.

What did you think of England’s performances.

The preliminary rounds for the FA Cup and Vase have been drawn this afternoon and see The Wells travel away to league rivals Croydon in the FA Cup on Saturday 11th August.

The Wells will then travel to Billinghurst of the Southern Combination League division 1 on Saturday 1st September.

Saturday’s first Pre Season away to Jarvis Brook has now been postponed.

The Wells will now begin their pre season away at Kent Football United on Tuesday 10th July- 7:45pm at Saint Paul’s Academy 4G Abbey Wood. The Wells then travel to Whitstable on Saturday 14th July - 3pm.

This is followed by a new friendly fixture away to Erith & Belvedere on Thursday 19th July, Kick Off 7:45pm

For our full Pre Season schedule visit http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/1591

England play their 3rd and final group game of the World Cup against The Red Devils of Belgium on Thursday at 7pm. After Sunday’s successful showing of the 6-1 demolition of Panama you can again watch all the action on the BIG screen with an ice cold beer in our clubhouse from 6pm! See you there.

England play their 2nd group game of the World Cup against Panama on Sunday at 1pm. And you can watch it all on the BIG screen with an ice cold beer in our clubhouse from 12pm! See you there.

A Spectacular long range goal from Whitstable's Ricky Freeman was the difference as The Wells gallantly lost their SCEFL Challenge Cup final.

For a full in depth match report and reaction go to http://kentishfootball.co.uk/news/tunbwhit050518

The Wells 55th and final game of the season sees them travel to Tonbridge Angels Longmead Stadium on Saturday for the SCEFL Challenge Cup final against Whitstable Town.

The Oysters have enjoyed a tremendous season having sealed promotion by finishing runners up behind champions Sevenoaks Town and also winning the Kent Senior Trophy by beating Sheppey Utd.

The two sides have met just twice this season in the league and both games have been evenly contested. Whitstable edged the first encounter at The Culverden winning 1-0 thanks to Ricky Freeman's goal.

2017/18 Presentation Evening winners:

Player's Player of the year - Jack Harris

Manager's Player of the year - Joffie Shea

Golden Boot winner - Jon Pilbeam

Clubman of the year award - Brian Sampson

Chairman's Award - Phill Allcorn

Supporters Player - Tom Lawerence

Managers Supporter of the year - Miles Bish

Players Supporters of the year - Ken & Marilyn Bromley

SESC Player - Alexx Kendell

Under 21's awards:

Player's Player of the year - Harry Osborne

Manager's Player of the year - Maxim Carbune

The Wells signed off from the 17/18 league campaign with a 1-2 away win at Sheppey Utd.

The hosts took the lead after 6mins through Dan Bradshaw.

Skipper Perry Spackman equalised for The Wells on 31mins.

Super sub Ollie Cooke entered the fray in the 3rd minute of time added on and headed home the winner with his first and last touch of the game to secure the 3pts and The Wells 12th league win of the season.

The Wells finish the season in 15th on 46pts and a record of 12 wins, 10 draws and 16 defeats.

The final league fixture of the 17/18 season sees The Wells travel to Holm Park to face Sheppey Utd.

With one game remaining The Ites sit 11th on 51pts. Their record consists of 14 wins, 9 draws and 14 defeats.

After Wednesday evenings 1-0 away defeat at Erith Town, The Wells remain in 15th on 43pts.

The Wells have played Sheppey Utd 4 times already this season in all competitions, drawing twice and losing twice.

Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw The Ites win 2-0.

Kick Off 3pm.

In their penultimate league fixture of the season The Wells suffered a 1-0 defeat away at Erith Town.

Stedman Callender's strike on 11mins was the difference as The Wells fell to their 16th defeat of the campaign.

Next up, The final fixture of the 17/18 season sees The Wells travel to Sheppey Utd on Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm

The Penultimate league fixture for The Wells sees an away fixture to Oakley Road to face Erith Town on Wednesday evening.

The Dockers sit 17th after 35 games on 36pts. Their league record consists of 10 wins, 6 draws and 19 defeats.

The Wells are in 15th after their draw with relegated Rochester Utd last weekend.

Last seasons meeting between the two sides saw the points shared in a 2-2 draw. Richard Atkins and Tom Bryant the goal scorers for The Wells.

Kick Off 7:45pm

Old Road,
Kent, DA1 4HN.

The Wells final home game of the 17/18 season saw them held to a 1-1 draw by Relegation bound Rochester Utd.

After a goalless first half, The Spartans took the lead on 51mins when Jack Healey netted.

Despite Jack Harris seeing a close range header go over the bar and a goal line clearance it was Jon Pilbeam who saved The Wells blushes when he slotted home on 75mins.

Despite a late onslaught The Wells were unable to find a winner and the 257 in attendance saw the points shared.

The draw sees The Wells drop down to 15th on 43pts with 2 games remaining.

Saturday sees The Wells welcome Rochester Utd to The Culverden for the final home game of the season.

The Spartans have endured a torrid season and sit rooted to the bottom of the league table on 15pts from 34 games. They have a record of 3 wins, 6 draws and 25 defeats.

Saturdays game will be The Wells third of the week in which they have Collected 6pts. Two 2-1 wins away at Lordswood and then at home against Hollands & Blair have seen The Wells climb up to 14th on 42pts.

The Wells secured their second win of the week beating a determined Hollands & Blair 2-1.

The Wells were denied an early penalty when the Blair Keeper appeared to up end Jack Harris in the area but the referee deemed that the keeper had got to the ball first.

Greg Skinner gave The Wells the lead on 35mins when he converted.

Wells keeper Cameron Hall made another great save to deny a Blair equaliser.

The Wells were denied a second penalty shout when Josh Biddlecombe was pushed from behind in the area only for the referee to again wave play on.


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