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Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves v Wokingham & Emmbrook FC Reserves 3:2

Vetran keeper Richard Lockey with good solid perfomance

Another hard fought game saw Penn & Tylers Green FC Reserves secure a second victory in consecutive weeks against Wokingham & Emmbrook Reserves, continuing their great start to the season and remaining unbeaten thus far. With Matt Miller out injured, there was a real concern of where the goals would come from. And this proved to be the case early on, with both sides playing some attractive football soon saw the boys in blue & white go close twice, with the Wokingham Goalkeeper displaying his shot stopping ability with two outrageous saves. Continue reading…

Posted: October 11th, 2014

Prestwood FC v Penn & Tylers Green FC 1:4

Happier Gaffer - Giovanni Sepede

Today it was all about winning a game, which on paper should have been a regulation victory. Prestwood FC, our former local Hellenic League and Chiltonian League rivals had other ideas and gave us a game, although the balance if play always indicated that a Penn & Tylers Green FC win was to be the likely outcome.

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Posted: October 11th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC versus Wokingham & Emmbrook FC 2-3

Captain Dean Munday with the Match Officials and Jake Butler

Another game, another disappointment, we cannot get a result at the moment. There are gremlins in the system. Maybe it is our Club President who is the jinks at present and we should stop him attending our games, remember, he had tea with Bismarck.

The first half was OK, although we performed our usual trick on minute 12: Do not bother defending. 0:1 down, tap in Jake Butler. Apart from that we played some good football down the slope and for the remaining 30 minutes or so of the first half we were on top. Chances were created and we made their keeper Ben Hitchins work. On minute 20 Jonathan Fever had a go with a low shot from about 25 yards; as it turned out the right choice on a wet surface. His daisy cutter took a slight reflection and bang, hitting the back of the net. If you do not by a raffle ticket – 1:1. Continue reading…

Posted: October 4th, 2014

Easington Sports FC 1 – Penn & Tylers Green 0

Teams are coming out

Penn & Tylers Green FC’s First Team made the long journey up the M40 to Easington Sports in Banbury today, and make no mistake; this was a game Penn & Tylers Green FC should not have lost! Continue reading…

Posted: September 29th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 3 – Stoke Green Rovers 1

Josh Fox 100% concentration

Stoke Green Rovers Football Club has two teams playing every Saturday in the East Berkshire Football League. The club’s home ground is in Bells Hill Recreation Ground, behind the Dog and Pot Public House in Stoke Poges. Continue reading…

Posted: September 13th, 2014

Well done

Congratulations to Martin Lancaster and Alex Colverd who play for Penn & Tylers Green FC Under 16s team for being selected for the Berks & Bucks F.A. county Under 16 squad. Ollie White who also plays for the Under 16s is on standby for this county squad.

Well done boys for getting through the trials and being selected and all of us here at Penn & Tylers Green Football Club are very proud for the players to be selected to represent our county.

There first game for the county is on Wednesday the 24th September versus Middlesex F.A for the Cyril Butler Memorial Trophy. The game will be played at Flackwell Heath F.C kick off 7.30pm. The County have about seven representative matches per season.

Posted: September 12th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 2 – Brackley Town FC ‘Development’ 3

Coach Geoff Glasgow needs to sit down after today's game

I am not going to dwell on today’s game with many words either. It was yet another disappointing afternoon on Non League Day 2014. Basically this was back to the first two games of the season. For the neutral observer this was, no doubt a good game to watch and let us make no mistake; the young opposition played some very good football with an excellent passing game and lots of hard work thrown in. It was exactly that, hard work, which was missing from our game in the first half. We played too deep, gave them too much room and in fact gave them the first two goals.

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Posted: September 6th, 2014

Hurst hat trick KO’s Didcot!

Leading out the team

After two disappointing home defeats to start the season Penn & Tylers Green FC went on the road to the railway town of Didcot to play Didcot Town Reserves on Saturday and came away with a deserved three points. Continue reading…

Posted: August 25th, 2014

The FA’s Youth Trust Award for Fair Play for 2013/2014

Respect Award Winners

We are delighted to announce that Penn & Tylers Green FC Under 14 Girls have been awarded The FA’s Youth Trust Award for Fair Play for 2013/2014 within the counties of  Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

The award is recognition for the girls team’s outstanding contribution to the FA’s RESPECT programme and for promoting fair and enjoyable football for young people.

Lisa Welling, of the Berks & Bucks Football Association and Secretary of the Bucks Girls Football League, commented “I really enjoyed refereeing the girls at a local Tournament, and thought they deserved the award for their lovely attitude towards the game which was reiterated by their League officials.” Continue reading…

Posted: August 21st, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 0 – Henley Town FC 2

The team before kick off

I am not going to dwell on the second game of the season with many words either. It was yet another disappointing afternoon. Basically this was a repeat of last week’s performance with a slight improvement.

The slight improvement, however, was not good enough to beat a steady opposition. Continue reading…

Posted: August 16th, 2014