The Wells poor home form continues after a 1-2 defeat Vs Erith Town.

Erith opened the scoring on 16mins when Taylor McDonagh got the faintest of touches from a long throw in as The Wells defence stood statically and watched the ball go into the net.

Tom Pearson equalised with his 2nd goal in as many matches when he raced through on to a Micheal Power through ball and finished well to level the scores.

For the second week running The Wells lost in the final minute. Carl Rook finishing with a thunderous strike to steal all 3pts for The Dockers.

The Wells welcome Erith Town to The Culverden on Saturday in another SCEFL fixture.

The Dockers arrive at The Culverden sitting 3 places above The Wells in 13th on 34pts from 26 games. Their playing record consists of 9 wins, 7 draws and 10 defeats.

Saturday’s defeat at home to Rusthall was The Wells 14th defeat of the season and now sees them without a win since 5th January.
They remain in 16th on 28pts.

The two teams met at The Culverden back in October in the 2nd round of this seasons Challenge Cup. Erith humbling The Wells 1-5

The Wells fell to yet another home defeat, this time losing to neighbours Rusthall.

After a goalless first half, The Rustics took the lead thanks to Charlie Clover’s 62nd minute strike.

Tom Pearson looked to have rescued a point for The Wells when he found the net 8mins from the end.

Sam Murray grabbed a deserved winner for the visitors when he slotted home on 88mins.

The Wells remain in 16th on 28pts with their home record now consisting of 1 win. 1 draw and 10 defeats.

Next up The Wells host Erith Town next Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

The Wells host neighbours Rusthall at The Culverden on Saturday.

Having suffered relegation last season from the SCEFL Premier only to be reprieved thanks to league restructuring. The Rustics again find themselves in the bottom two and among the favourites for the drop again. They have just 9pts from 26 games played
and a playing record of just 2 wins, 3 draws and 21 defeats.

The Wells crashed to another home defeat as Sheppey Utd exposed The Wells recurring defensive frailties.

The Ites won the game inside 23mins thanks to goals from Kane Butler 9mins, Tariq Ibrahim 14mins and Ryan Lewis 23mins.

Chad Bryce-Borthwick netted a consolation goal for The Wells on 83mins.

The defeat sees The Wells remain in 16th having still only managed 1 win at The Culverden in the league this season.

Next up The Wells host Rusthall on Saturday.

Kick Off 3pm.

Tuesday evening sees The Wells welcome Sheppey Utd to The Culverden.

After 27 games The Ites sit 6th on 47pts.
They have a playing record of 15 wins, 2 draws and 10 defeats.

Saturday’s 1-1 draw away at Canterbury City saw The Wells remain in 16th on 28pts. The Wells will be looking to improve on a home record that has seen them win just once in the league at The Culverden this season.

Last season the two sides shared the points in a 1-1 draw. Gianfranco Mici grabbing a last minute equaliser for The Wells in front of 241 spectators.

Kick Off 7:45pm.

A Spellbinding display by Wizard Jake Beecroft earned The Wells a deserved point away at Canterbury City.

An even start to the game saw City take the lead when Adam Woollcott’s free kick bobbled its way into The Wells net after 9mins.

Beecroft’s second half midfield dominance paid off for his team mates when he fizzed a goal of the season contender from 30yrds into the City net on 63mins.

The draw sees The Wells remain in 16th on 28pts and improve their Away record to 7 wins, 4 draws and 4 defeats.

Next up, The Wells host Sheppey Utd on Tuesday evening.

The Wells travel to Faversham’s Salters Lane Stadium on Saturday to face FA Vase quarter finalists Canterbury City.

City sit in 11th place of the league table after 23 games on 36pts. Their record consists of 11 wins, 3 draws and 8 defeats.

The Wells have failed to register a win in their last 4 games and remain in 16th on 27pts.
7 of The Wells 8 wins this season have been away from home.

City won the reverse fixture 0-3 back in September.

The Wells winless run continues after crashing to a 1-2 defeat at home to Bearsted.

The Bears took a 4mins lead when a lofted through ball allowed Matt Garner to strip Greg Skinner for pace and finish deftly.

James Bessey-Saldanha doubled for Bearsted with a superb strike from outside the area.

Harrison Carnegie’s goal on 38mins turned out to be just a consolation as The Wells failed to create any meaningful attack in a dull second half.

The Wells remain in 16th on 27pts.

Next up The Wells travel to FA Vase quarter finalists Canterbury City.

The Wells welcome Bearsted to The Culverden on Saturday.

The Bears sit 7 places above The Wells in 9th on 35pts from 23 games. Their playing record consists of 11 wins, 2 draws and 10 defeats.

Having been without a game last weekend and Tuesday evenings fixture Vs Hollands & Blair being postponed, The Wells will be well rested for Saturday.
They remain in 16th on 27pts.

Last seasons meeting between the two teams saw The Wells humbled by a ruthless Bearsted 1-4. Ian Parsons scoring a consolation goal for The Wells.

Kick Off 3pm.

Following a pitch inspection tonight’s match Tunbridge Wells v Hollands & Blair is Postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Wells next game is at home to Bearsted on Saturday.

The Wells came back from 3-0 down to gain an unlikely point away at AFC Croydon Athletic.

An even encounter was tipped towards The hosts when Dominic Ogun was allowed space to rifle home from 20 yards after 22mins.

Former Wells striker Joe Nwoko doubled The Rams lead when he finished deftly on 33mins.

Thoughts of a fight back began to look even less likely when Jordan Greaves netted on 56mins after a good break from a Wells corner.

The Wells look to rediscover the good form that saw them move up the league table on Saturday when they travel to the Mayfield stadium to face AFC Croydon Athletic.

The Rams sit 5 places above The Wells in 11th on 31pts thanks to 9 wins, 4 draws and 8 defeats.

Saturday’s exit from the Kent Senior Trophy was The Wells last opportunity of silverware this season and means they must now refocus on continuing their climb up the table.
Crowborough’s 3-1 win at home to Glebe saw them climb above The Wells into 15th on 29pts albeit having played 3 games more.

The Wells crashed out of the Kent Senior Trophy narrowly losing 11-10 on penalties.

Jersey based St Peter took the lead on 8mins through Sol Solomon only for Tom Pearson to equalise for The Wells 4mins later.

Sam Dewhurst gave St Peter the lead again on 24mins but Harrison Carnegie made it 2 in 2 games as he netted to pull the teams level.

St Peter would take the lead for a third time thanks to Calvin Weir’s 31st minute strike.

The Wells welcome Jersey based St Peter to The Culverden on Saturday in the quarter final tie of this seasons Kent Senior Trophy.

The Saints ply their trade in the Jersey Combination League where they currently sit 2nd.

They have navigated their way to the quarter final thanks to wins at

Preliminary round - Erith & Belvedere 1-3

First round - Welling Town 1-2

Second round - Rochester Utd 1-2

The Wells will be looking to get back to winning ways after Saturday’s defeat to Chatham. Their journey to the quarter finals was

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