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Friday 16th May – Dinner – keep your diary free

Having a good time

This seasons end of season dinner is confirmed the 16th May, tickets available through the usual channels for £30

Posted: April 17th, 2014

Good win after the setback three days ago

Giovanni Sepede and John Laugharne

This was another league win and that is all what counts at the moment. With the remaining two games (surely it cannot be three) just around the corner, it was good to get three points today against our friends from Finchampstead. The game was officiated well and the right spirits by Messrs J. Livingston, M. Roberts and A. Whichelow, more of that please. Continue reading…

Posted: April 19th, 2014

James Pritchard rose to the challenge, yet again

Kids are proud of their Dad

Jimbo’s very own words: “The London Marathon was a great day and the crowds were amazing! I managed to get round in 4hours 20mins which was 21 minutes quicker than last year so very happy! The charity Dreams Come True will see the sponsorship money and it goes a long way to giving terminally ill children a wonderful dream! Thanks to everyone who supported me. This is hugely appreciated.”

To top this Jimbo played in our league fixture against Milton United last night. Congratulations on another great effort.

Posted: April 17th, 2014

First Team suffer a defeat against the Champions elect

Good to see Dan Arnett back

The gruelling number of games to be played in a short time continues. Against a very good Milton United side the boys in blue & white were second best tonight. The visitors returned home with a 6:2 win continuing their quest for the league title. Chris Hurst and Josh Briant got our consolation goals. One thing we cannot complain about is the effort Penn & Tylers Green FC put into this game. Good to see Dan Arnett back after his long break due to injury. Continue reading…

Posted: April 16th, 2014

It was not to be

Scorer Oliver Mulry

Tonight’s Division Two (East) game was a close encounter with our visitors Rayners Lane Reserves finishing just on top by winning 2:1. The teams changed sides at half time with the score at nil each. Goal scorer for the boys in blue & white was Oliver Mulry.

Posted: April 15th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 4 -3 Henley Town

Men in the Middle

Waiting. Waiting. Waiting. Midweek games always have the potential of disruption at this level with players unable to get to grounds on time following a hard day’s work, and Henley were no different. Only 6 players were on the pitch when the game should have kicked off, and Penn were stood waiting for the referees decision on whether the game would go ahead. The sun doesn’t stay up longer because a game kicks off later, so any delay to kick off would have repercussions on whether the fixture could finish……

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Posted: April 15th, 2014

Good win for First Team and excellent draw for the A-team

Ready for action

This was better, much better. After two defeats in a row the First Team bounced back with a win this afternoon at French School Meadows in the league against Woodley Town FC. With a number of players not available and a gruelling schedule with a game last Tuesday, a game on Monday, a game on Wednesday, a game on Saturday, a game on Monday and a game on Wednesday this was a good win. Continue reading…

Posted: April 12th, 2014

Identical Scores

Youth Team Manager, Lyndon Pearce

Lyndon Pearce’s Youth Team lost 1:3 in as rearranged league fixture at French School Meadows last night. In a good game of football the boys in blue & white were a little unfortunate as far as the final score line was concerned.

The Reserves lost on the road by the same score line in the President’s Cup away to Bracknell Town FC. It was one each for a long time after we had taken the lead. But, according to Manager Neil Cannings, in the end Bracknell Town just shaded it.

Posted: April 11th, 2014

Aquired complete set of full size aluminium goals

Aluminium Goals

Penn & Tylers Green FC had a great result last week when they acquired both complete full size aluminum goals with “easy to move wheels attached“, from Handy Cross at the top of Marlow Hill which is being re-developed. Continue reading…

Posted: April 9th, 2014

Joy for the Reserves and disappointment for the First team were the emotions on Tuesday night

Ben Heathers scored on his debut for the First Team

The first team lost consecutive games for the first time in a long while in losing to Rayners Lane who now go above us in the league albeit that we have four games in hand. With a changed side forced upon them through injuries and non-availability of players Penn & Tylers Green FC were a shadow of recent weeks and created few chances during the match and Rayners Lane were worthy winners, although two goals were from inept defending again, but the third goal was a fantastic solo effort from the Rayners Lane forward who ran the length of our half beating three defenders before smashing past the goalkeeper from a tight angle in the final minute. Continue reading…

Posted: April 9th, 2014