Tunbridge Wells Football Club

It is with regret that Tunbridge Wells Football Club have accepted the resignation of Martin Larkin. During Martin's tenure as first team Manager the Club has achieved much, the first silverware in twenty five years, three further cup finals, including the FA Vase Cup Final at Wembley and a trend of improving league finishes. Martin described having to make the decision to resign as 'horrific' Martin has always done what is best for the Football Club that he feels so deeply about. He is aware of the number of hours that are required to drive the Football Club forward.

With the summer holiday season now upon us, don't forget to enter our holiday photography competition.
For the chance to win a season ticket for the 2016/17 season simply take a photo of yourself on holiday or in front of a famous landmark with either a TWFC Shirt, scarf or flag.
You can enter by either Emailing your photo to chairman@twfcexex.com
Or Twitter using #TWFCHoliday or post on to the clubs Facebook page.
If you're in need of inspiration click on the link below and take a look at last years entrants.

Former Wells striker Jack Harris has joined Ryman South outfit Hastings Utd from league play off semi finalist Faversham Town.
Having left the Culverden to join Maidstone Utd. Harris 21, found it difficult to break into the first team and was loaned out to Faversham and made the move permanent the following season. He netted 17 times for the lilywhites last term.
Rumours were abound that he could return to the Culverden coming in to replace Brendon Cass who left the Wells to take up a player/coach role at fellow SCEFL side Erith and Belverdere.

Last seasons Golden Boot winner Brendon Cass has left the club to take up a player/Coach role at Erith and Belvedere. Everyone at TWFC would like to wish Brendon good luck in the next chapter of his footballing career and for the goals he scored last season.

It is with great regret that we inform you that our Webmaster and Website Developer Craig Methven passed away yesterday.

Craig came to Tunbridge Wells Football Club as a supporter and volunteered his services to upgrade our website. He refused payment for the work that he did, always stating the fact that he was a supporter first and foremost. He will be sadly missed by all at TWFC.

Our condolences go to Craig's family at this sad time.


Commercial Manager

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Key responsibilities

Latest message from Jamie Marriott, Deal Town

Dear TWFC,

Just to let you know I saw the consultant today who is happy with how my ankle is healing therefore no operation is needed. Four more weeks in the cast and that's that. However I do have to have an MRI scan in my knee on 17th of March as that's where I've been getting the most pain from.
Me and my family can't thank you guys there enough for your kindness and generosity, it is much appreciated.
Kind regards

Tunbridge Wells FC Club and Supporters wish Jamie Marriott of Deal Town a speedy recovery.

So yesterday was a good and bad day, never nice seeing players get hurt. Apparently Jamie Marriott has Broken his ankle in a couple of places and another bone leading down to that. Deal Town F.C. Have set up a page for donations as apparently he's self employed and has a young family so he's going to be out of action work wise for a while . Here's the link http://www.kapipal.com/9defdfa9b8194435aac60174fc3be5ed

Bourney's Blog

Jason Bourne says he is plotting a FA Cup upset at Concord Rangers on Saturday.

The Wells travel to Canvey Island to lock horns with Adam Flanagan’s side, who play three levels higher in the Vanarama National League South. They are second-from-bottom in the table with two wins and a draw from 11 league outings and it is this form that gives Bourne plenty of hope going into the Second Qualifying Round tie.


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