Note that the AGM of Penn & Tylers Green FC will take place on 26th June 2013 at 20:00 at the club (Chiltern Room). Only members fully paid up one month prior to the date of the AGM shall be entitled to vote.
Trials start on 23rd June 2013
New youth team manager, Lyndon Pearce and his coaching staff will be holding open trials for the coming season at Penn & Tylers Green Football Club on Sunday 23rd of June at 10:30 a.m. These trials are open for current Youth Team players who will still be eligible, current U16 and U16 Rangers players. Also any players who are looking for a new challenge and are interested in being a part of this exciting new project and development of youth team football.
The coaching staff are looking for players in all positions who are wishing to develop their football, and be pushing for places in the senior set up at Penn & Tylers Green Football Club in the not too distant future. If this is something that interests you, please come along.
If you are interested, but cannot make this date please e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to this challenge and interesting time for Penn & Tylers Green Football Club.
Lyndon Pearce and coaching staff for Season 2013/14
Penn & Tylers Green FC U14 Girls enjoyed their final outing of the season
Penn & Tylers Green FC U14 Girls enjoyed their final outing of the season, albeit in somewhat frustrating circumstances, despite narrowly missing out on reaching the final at the Bourne End tournament.
The girls played six matches on the day, against strong opposition, and ended with an excellent record of three wins, two draws and one defeat with only one goal conceded. A second place finish in the group ensured a tough semi-final match up against Bucks Girls Football League runners up and Bucks County Cup winners Vale Reds. Continue reading…
Celebrating its 3rd year the Penn Beer Festival takes place on the 29th June from 2pm.
Live bands will keep you entertained through the day and night allowing you to enjoy 20 different beers and ciders or a few Pimms in the sun!
Entrance costs £3 or for an extra £2 you can get a commerative glass
Giovanni Sepede, our first team manager has announced the 2013/2014 pre-season programme:
Saturday 13th July – away to Sheerwater FC – 3pm
Tuesday 16th July – home to Chalfont St. Peter – 6.45pm
Saturday 20th July – home to Beaconsfield SYCOB – 3pm
Saturday 27th July – home to Flackwell Heath – 3pm
Thursday 1st August – away to Holyport – 7.45pm
Every Tuesday & Thursday at the club – 19:00 pm starting on 2nd July.
It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death, after a long battle with cancer, of Basil Coombes aged 77, a Penn & Tylers Green F.C Trustee and Life Member, who died at his home in Swanage on Thursday 22nd May.
Basil arrived in the village as a four year old evacuee on the day the Second World War was declared. He and his sister Beryl settled so well they both stayed well until long after the war; Basil living in the cottage in Elm Road with the “sculptured” trees next to the white house where he was evacuated to until he retired in 1991 and moved to Dorset.
He and his good friends and fellow Trustees Jim Atkins and Norman Rowe were stalwarts at the football club and the three of them were the driving forces in raising funds for the current clubhouse thus creating one of the biggest and successful village clubs in the county. A larger-than-life personality with a ready smile and joke, Basil leaves his wife Valerie, who also used to work behind the bar at the club.
Chairman Tony Hurst commented today: Continue reading…
Finally the weather was kind to us! 2 days of glorious sunshine brought the crowds in to an action packed weekend of junior football at French meadows over the bank holiday weekend as we welcomed over 1200 boys and girls from clubs across the south East of England. The fantastic Penn scenery that some take for granted basked in very high quality football that was enjoyed by supporters young and old. For the first time in a long time (possibly in our 27 year history as a tournament!) Penn also celebrated success. Continue reading…
Under 14s defended their title
Consistency and good football is what makes teams tick. Ian Lancaster’s U14s defended their title by winning their last league game of the season 6:3 away at Downley Dynamos. The delight of the players and Management Team is obvious as you can see. Well done to the boys on another terrific season.
Andreas Latta (Secretary)
Penn & Tylers Green FC Seniors end the season with a good evening at Hazlemere Golf Club
A full house at the annual award dinner and dance guaranteed a good atmosphere with John Grimsdell, the clubs’ physio, taking us through the evening with his usual charme and sense of humour. Chairman Tony Hurst reviewed a successful season for the seniors and thanked everyone involved in the club -on and off the field – for their hard work and had a special mention for all the club’s sponsors. Continue reading…
Good season for the three Saturday Teams
This season seemed to have gone for ever. The Seniors are now finished, some of the Juniors, however, still have a number of games to go.
The First Team of Giovanni Sepede and JonPaul Iaciofano had a fantastic season ending up fourth in the league. After a difficult start to the season they reached a good level of consistency in the league and at one stage had a very long run of games without defeat. The dedication, passion and perseverance of the gaffer paid off. We are looking forward to the next season already. Continue reading…