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Penn & Tylers Green FC  7 – Burnham FC Reserves 1

Skipper Dean Munday with the Referee Paul Bennett and the Burnham captain

After last weekend’s narrow defeat away to Brackley Town FC Reserves the Penn & Tylers Green FC First Team responded in style by beating league rivals Burnham FC Reserves 7 – 1 in the Wycombe Senior Cup. This was a good rounded performance for about 70 minutes of the 90. At the beginning of the game our visitors did threaten playing up the slope and forge a couple of opportunities. But this only lasted for about 10 minutes, after that the boys in blue & white dominated. Goals from Josh Fox, Adrian Smith and Anton Bradley gave us a comfortable lead at half time. Continue reading…

Posted: December 13th, 2014

Brackley Town FC ‘Development 3 – Penn & Tylers Green FC 1

Dean Munday leads out his team

The table does not lie and there is a reason why a team is at the top. Brackley Town FC ‘Development’ sits at the top of the table with 36 points after 16 games. They are a young side and they play some very good passing football. They have good facilities and are welcoming club. It certainly is no disgrace to lose a game of football against the table toppers. Continue reading…

Posted: December 6th, 2014

The negative run has ended at long last

Stunning shot in the Chilterns

This was an important win against our close rivals in the table and in terms of geography. We needed the three points today and the boys in blue & white delivered today. It still was not a vintage performance but that did not matter today. The three points were important, nothing else. Hopefully this will give them the confidence to go on a little positive run from here. Continue reading…

Posted: November 29th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC v Didcot Town Reserves 3:4

Team huddle did not have the desired effect

What can one say? I wanted to wait until tomorrow once I have calmed down but I need to get it out of my system. Not many words today, honest. I can only totally sympathise with the manager. What do you do if players do make individual decisions, which cost us the game? The players have to step up to the mark and take responsibility. It was us who hit the buffers not the Railway Men form Didcot. Continue reading…

Posted: November 22nd, 2014

Great Win at Crendon

Under 15 Girls - Winning Team at Crendon

The arrival of their new Prostar kit has spurred Penn & Tylers Green FC Girls U15 to two very creditable results this month in the Bucks Girls Football League, a 1-1 draw with Chinnor and a 3-2 win against Crendon Corinthians. The girls have also done really well to play the fixtures through the terrible whether and all three teams deserve great credit for persevering in the conditions and working together to ensure that the fixtures were played. Continue reading…

Posted: November 20th, 2014

What a tie

Happy Couple

Long standing supporters of Penn & Tylers Green FC and members of Penn & Tylers Green Sports & Social Club, Hazel and Paul Hopkins got married earlier this year in Las Vegas in the United States of America.

The club was in their thoughts even on their special day as the Penn & Tylers Green FC club tie clearly shows. It is always good to see when people get their priorities right.

Congratulations to the happy couple.

Posted: November 18th, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 2 – Wraysbury Village FC 1

Team huddle

A win at long last; the First Team managed to put the negative run of results behind them. On a pleasant, sunny Autumn Saturday afternoon in Penn the boys in blue & white took on Wraysbury Village FC in the third round of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup.

What on paper looked like a certain home win did not turn out that way. Wraysbury, playing in red & black had other ideas and certainly gave us a game. They fought for everything and made it difficult for us. What did not help was the fact that we wasted too many opportunities. Continue reading…

Posted: November 15th, 2014

Poor Weather – Poor Results

Ready to face the elements

In foul conditions the boys in blue and white just did not get going today. Both teams lost, the First Team going down 1:3 against Rayners Lane in an Division One (East) league encounter and the Reserves being second best away to our near neighbours Flackwell Heath in Division Two (East). The score in that game was 1:4 to the home team.

Skipper James Pritchard

Let us forget this afternoon; it went the way of the weather – not good. At least the A-Team gave us something to cheer about with their 2-2 draw away from home against league leaders FC Titans in the Senior Section of the Wycombe & District League.

The First Team play Wraysbury Village FC next Saturday at home, here at French School Meadows in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup, 13:30 kick off. The Reserves and A-Team do not have a game. The Youth Team are away in the league on Sunday against Wycombe Tiger, 14:00 kick off.

Posted: November 8th, 2014

Girls Team’s contribution to the FA’s RESPECT programme

Penn & Tylers Green FC Girls - Award Winners

Penn & Tylers Green FC Girls were thrilled that Fran Kirby, of Reading Women and England, presented their FA’s Youth Trust Award for Fair Play for 2013/2014 (within the counties of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire) at the recent FA Women’s Super League Continental Cup Final between Arsenal and Manchester City at Adams Park, home of Wycombe Wanderers FC.

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.

Fran recently got her England career off to a dream start with a player of the match performance by scoring on debut against Sweden in a 4-0 win. The girls will be hoping to see Fran in action later this month as a group of over 50 girls and families will be attending England Women’s historic match against Germany at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 23 November. The match will be a record attendance for an England Women’s international, with the FA having sold 55,000 tickets.

Thanks to Ben Hoskins for the photo.

Posted: November 7th, 2014

Captain Jamie Hunt with Referee Tim Bingle and the Chinnor Captain

The A-Team in action against Flackwell Heath Scorpions

Won One –  Lost One

The First team did not have a game today. The Reserves played Chinnor Reserves in the Wycombe Junior Cup this afternoon and lost 1:0 a bit against the run of play but they just could not break down the experienced defence of Chinnor Reserves.

The A-Team played against Flackwell Heath Scorpions in the Tom Hooker League Cup, kicking off half an hour earlier and did well winning 3:2 after being 0:2 down at one stage. They missed a penalty in the bargain.  Well done reaching the next round.

The Youth Team are at home tomorrow for a 10:30 Kick Off, here at French School Meadows in the league against Burnham Leopards.

The First Team are at home next week against Rayners Lane in the league for a 14:15 kick off. Both the Reserves and the A-Team are away. The Youth Team do not have a game next week.

Posted: November 1st, 2014