Tuesday evening see The Wells welcome FA Cup conquerors Croydon to the Culverden.
Having knocked the Wells out of this years competition winning 2-1 in the replay at the Croydon Arena, the Trams then went on to beat Ryman South outfit Molesey FC 1-0.
Despite their FA Cup heroics, league form has been a concern seeing them lose all of their opening five fixtures and thus being rooted to the bottom of the SCEFL table.
Kick Off 7:45pm


With no senior game being played this weekend, why not pop down to the Culverden and cheer on our U16's who go up against Sevenoaks U16's.
Kick Off 11am.
RESULT The Wells u16 2-0 Sevenoaks u16

The Draw for the SCEFL Challenge Cup has been made and sees The Welks travel to Cray Valley PM In the preliminary round on Wednesday 7th October.
The winner will have a home tie against Erith Town.

Winning 34% of the vote Jason Barton wins Saturday's Man of the Match award for his penalty heroics. Also mentioned in dispatches Jamie "Digga" Lawrence. Well done lads.

The Wells follow on from Saturday's impressive victory over Ashford Utd and continue with league action Tuesday night when they travel to Badgers Sports Ground to face 9th placed Erith Town.
The Dockers were caught up in a relegation fight toward the end of last season despite a convincing 2-4 win at the Culverden. Father and son management duo Martin and Joe Ford however turned the clubs fortunes around and the club finished last season in 19th place.
Last seasons corresponding fixture finished in 0-0 stalemate.

The latest thoughts of our manager Keith Bird

Tunbridge Wells Youth U15 are playing at home today at the Culverden. Kick off is at 11:00am. Come and see if you can spot the potential stars of the future. Refreshment bar open throughout the match, bar open from 12pm
RESULT The Wells U15 4-1 Lordswood U15

Match report from the emphatic win against Ashford Utd can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/584

The Wells will look to get back to winning ways on Saturday after two disappointing losses when Ashford Utd visit the Culverden.
Ashford were tipped by many in pre season to finally go one better than the two previous seasons of runners up and win the SCEFL this season, this however was cast into doubt with changes in management and playing staff over the last few weeks. The Choirs favourite pantomime villain Paul Chambers was relieved of his managerial duties only two games into the season when the Nuts and Bolts crashed out of the FA Cup losing 5-1 away to Cray Valley.

Match summary from the FA Cup Replay against Croydon can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/583
For a comprehensive match report and the thoughts of our manager Keith Bird on our disappointing exit from the FA Cup visit http://kentishfootball.co.uk/news/croytunb020915

Andy Irvine and Tom Bryant share the spoils for the man of the match award Vs Corinthian winning 23% of the vote each. KJ McFarlane is mentioned in dispatches for his virtuoso 2nd half display. Well done all.

The Wells travel to the Croydon Sports Arena Wednesday evening hoping to progress to the first round qualifying of this years FA Cup competition.
If the score remains tied after 90mins the game will head to extra time and penalties if required.
Kick Off 7:45pm

Croydon Sports Arena
Albert Road
South Norwwod
SE25 4QL

Telephone: 020 8654 8555

The match report from the agonising home defeat to Corinthian can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/582 While pictures from the game can be viewed here http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.com/node/650

Pics courtesy of Victor Bethell

Having both received 30% of the vote, Goal scorer Chris Seenan and wing live wire Ehis Izokun share the man of the match award. Also mentioned in dispatches is Captain Joe Fuller. Well done all.


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