Physio in action
Anyone receiving treatment by John “Grimmo” Grimsdell will always end up smiling. How that is achieved remains his secret. John has been a loyal servant for the club for a number of years, including management, coaching and linesman functions for all teams here at the club. He is a great motivator and never has a bad word to say. We are privileged to have him here at Penn & Tylers Green FC.Posted: August 29th, 2015
The 2nd Inter Club Day – 30th August from 10:30
PLAYERS NEEDED FROM ALL CLUBS!
Pit you sporting prowess against the rest of the club, and have a great day too
Cricket Club v Tennis Club at football
Cricket Club v Football Club at tennis
Football Club v Tennis Club at cricket
Afternoon BBQ and open bar as always!
Contact Tony Hurst or Neil James to get involvedPosted: August 26th, 2015
The first team made it three league wins out of three as they beat Henley Town 5-1 at French School Meadow on Saturday in the Hellenic League Division one East.
On a glorious sunny day Penn in front of a good crowd of 47 Penn went ahead on 15 minutes when Adam Harman cut inside and unleashed a stinging shot from 20 yards which the goalkeeper could only parry into the net.
Reserves are on target
The Reserves team management discussed tactics this afternoon in preparation for their next pre-season friendly. With over 12 singings the reserves are well on the way with their pre-season preparations. After a good workout this afternoon with a 3:3 against Cookham Dean things are progressing well. Neil Cannings is happy with the pre-season programme thus far. There will be a few more to sign on as a number of players are on holiday at present. The remaining pre-season friendlies are already scheduled. The season for the Reserves will start in earnest on 5th September with a home game versus Bracknell Town ‘Development’.Posted: August 8th, 2015
Penn & Tylers Green FC versus Holyport FC 3:1
The season started exactly as the doctor ordered with a 3:1 home win. Manager Sepede was happy with the result on a very warm summer afternoon. The back drop of the Chilterns and indeed the new pitch did not matter for 90 minutes. At stake this afternoon at 3 p.m. were three points in a very tough league. As the result suggests it was mission accomplished. Continue reading…Posted: August 8th, 2015
What an appropriate image could better capture our ground development programme here at French School Meadows? Maybe we will find a pot of gold helping with our fund raising towards our new pitch.Posted: August 7th, 2015
Neil Cannings happy with pre-season programme
The first set of Reserve Team players have now signed on for Penn & Tylers Green FC. After two pre-season friendlies (including last night’s 7-2 win at Wycombe & District League champions) Manager Neil Cannings is happy with the pre-season programme thus far. There will be a few more to sign on as a number of players are on holiday at present. The remaining pre-season friendlies are already scheduled. The season for the Reserves will start in earnest on 5th September with a home game versus Bracknell Town ‘Development’.Posted: August 7th, 2015
French School Meadows Truck Stop
Lorries kept coming over the last few days. Top soil was delivered all the way from Newmarket and is now being spread across the new pitch area. Soon the moonscape will look a bit more like a football pitch once the secondary drainage has been installed. All of us here at the club cannot wait for the works to finish and see the end product.Posted: August 5th, 2015
Good win against Stokenchurch FC
Tonight was the last test before the season starts in earnest on Saturday. In tonight’s game against a good Stokenchurch team the First Team had another good workout. The game ended with a 5:0 win for the boys in blue & white. The season kicks off against Holyport at 3 p.m. at French School Meadows on Saturday.Posted: August 4th, 2015