TUNBRIDGE WELLS FC

The Wells progressed into the 3rd round of this seasons Challenge Cup after a pulsating extra time win against neighbours Rusthall.

Jack Harris volleyed The Wells into a 30min lead only for a Steph Harper double either side of half time to give the Rustics a 2-1 lead.

Ian Parsons levelled for The Wells on 71mins to send the game into extra time.

Jon Pilbeam netted in extra time to send The Wells through to the next round.

The Wells welcome neighbours Rusthall to The Culverden on Saturday in the
2nd round of this seasons Challenge Cup.

The Rustics arrive at The Culverden on the back of two impressive league wins against Lordswood and title contenders Crowborough Athletic.

The Wells have also found some form after a tough time and gained victories over AFC Croydon Athletic and Rochester Utd.

The last meeting between the two sides back in August ended in a goalless draw at Jockey Farm.

Kick Off 3pm.

A Jon Pilbeam brace and a Tom Davey goal gave The Wells an important 3-1 win away at struggling Rochester Utd.

The win moves The Wells up to 15th in the league table.

Next up The Wells host neighbours Rusthall next Saturday in the 2nd round of the SCEFL Challenge Cup.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells travel to Rochester Utd on Saturday.

The Spartans have endured a tough start to their campaign and sit 2nd bottom of the league table with just 5pts from 11 games. 1 win, 2 draws and 8 defeats leaves them just 3pts above bottom side Hollands & Blair.

The Wells climbed up one place in the league to 17th after last Saturdays confidence boosting win over AFC Croydon Athletic.

Last seasons meeting saw Jon Pilbeam score the only goal in 0-1 win for The Wells.

Kick Off 7:45pm

A Jon Pilbeam penalty gave The Wells a deserved and much needed league win.

The Wells host AFC Croydon Athletic on Saturday looking to avenge the 3-2 defeat they suffered at Mayfield Rd earlier in the season.

The Rams are 8th in the league having gained 20pts by way of 6 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats.

After Tuesday evenings defeat to Glebe The Wells now sit precariously in 18th having earned 8pts from 10 games.

Last seasons fixture saw The Wells suffer a 1-3 defeat in front of 180. Richard Atkins netting for The Wells.

A Rested Wells welcome last seasons Division One champions Glebe to The Culverden on Tuesday evening.

Founded in 1995 by Chairman Rocky McMillan, Glebe currently occupy 14th position in their inaugural season in the SCEFL premier.

They have gained 11pts from their 10 games with a record of 3 wins, 2 draws and losing 5 times.

The Wells sit 3 places below Glebe and will be looking to improve on a record of 2 wins, 2 draws and 5 defeats.

A win for The Wells would see them climb 2 places.

Kick Off 7:45pm

SCEFL division one side Snodland Town are visitors to The Culverden on Saturday for the first round of this seasons Kent Reliance Senior Trophy.

Formed in 2012 They finished 3rd in the Kent County Football League Premier Division in 2016, winning promotion to the Southern Counties East League Division One.
They currently occupy 3rd position in the league having gained 22pts from 12 games with a record of 7 wins, 1 draw and 4 defeats.

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The Wells travel to Greatness Park Tuesday evening to take on league leaders Sevenoaks Town.

The Oaks sit top of the pile after 9 games having gained 22pts by way of 7 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss.

The Wells remain in 15th after Saturdays defeat to Crowborough.

Last seasons meeting saw The Oaks win
2-0.

Kick Off 7:45pm

The Bourne Stadium
Greatness Park
Mill Lane
Sevenoaks

Non League day sees The Wells host Crowborough Athletic in the first A26 derby of this season.

Last seasons league runners up have again started their league campaign strongly and sit 7th in the league after 8 games having amassed 17pts winning 5 drawing twice and losing once.

8 places below The Wells are looking to get their league form back on track having been unable to get any consistency in form due to the distractions of Cup competitions.

The Wells have gained 8pts from their 7 games winning twice, drawing twice and losing 3 times.

The Wells set up a home tie with neighbours Rusthall in the next round thanks to goals from Joe Nwoko and Jack Harris.

Joe Nwoko set a new club record as he found the net after just 13 seconds when his looping shot gave The Wells the lead.

Rochester equalised through Adam Saunders on 24mins.

Jack Harris however secured a Wells win when he netted with 3mins of normal time remaining.

Saturday sees The Wells welcome A26 rivals Crowborough Athletic to the Culverden for Non League day.

Kick Off 3pm.

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