It's Derby Day at the Culverden Sunday morning when our U15's go up against neighbours Tonbridge Angels U15's.
The Wells currently occupy 4th in the U15 Central league table while Angles sit in 8th position 4pts behind The Wells
Having progressed to the 3rd Round of the Kent FA Cup with a 5-3 victory over Coney Hall last weekend, Manager Barrie Pickett will be looking for another positive performance from his side.
Kick Off 11am at Culverden Stadium.
Winning 29% of the vote, our man of the match Vs Beckenham is the departing Nic Taylor. Tunbridge Wells FC would also like thank Gary Beckett and Dimtri Larin, both of whom have also been released, for their committed efforts so far this season.
Following the recent run of poor results the Board have decided that it is appropriate to make a change to the Management Team. With immediate effect Keith Bird has been relieved of his duties as Manager. Keith has worked tirelessly to try to achieve the Club's ambitions but sadly things have not worked out for either party. The Club wish to thank Keith for his hard work during his tenure and wish him all the best for the future.
Saturday we welcome Beckenham Town to the Culverden for the second Saturday in succession.
Having seen Beckenham edge a close encounter on penalties in the Kent Senior Trophy, Keith Bird will be buoyed by how his side matched Becks over 90mins.
Beckenham are unbeaten in their last 5 league outings and currently occupy 8th position in the league table 3 places above The Wells having won 4 drawn 5 and losing only twice.
Winning 26% of the vote our man of the match for the Kent Reliance Senior Trophy defeat Vs Beckenham is Jason Barton.
Also mentioned in dispatches are John Sinclair and Dmitri Larin who both received 21% of the vote.
Well Done Lads.
See below for our Q&A with Barts
This weekend sees cup fever come to the Culverden, Our senior side take on Beckenham Town in the Kent Reliance Senior Trophy Saturday, Kick Off 3pm.
Sunday sees Tunbridge Wells U16 host Kennington in the Kent FA Youth Cup at the Culverden
Kick Off 11am
It is with sadness that the board of Tunbridge Wells Football Club have tonight accepted John's resignation which is effective immediately. As many of you will know John has worked tirelessly for the Club, the Board wishes to place on record it's thanks and gratitude for all that John has done over the years. We wish him every success for the future and trust that he will now have to more time to tend to his garden which we know he enjoys so much.
Winning a close contest for the coveted man of the match award Vs Canterbury City is Captain Jamie Lawrence with 26% of the vote.
Mentioned in dispatches and both polling 25% is John Sinclair and Ehis Izokun.
Well done lads, Onto Saturday.....
Saturday we welcome Beckenham Town to the Culverden for the first round of this years Kent Reliance Senior Trophy.
Both sides have won the competition in recent years, The Wells lifted the trophy back in the 2012/13 season beating Lordswood 2-0 in the final.
Beckenham won the competition the following year beating Ashford 4-0.
Neither side were entered in the competition last season.
Beckenham are unbeaten in their last 5 league outings so The Wells will need to improve on their last performance to progress to the next round.