Penn & Tylers Green F.C , under the new Management team of Matt Miller (Ex-Slough Town) and Coach Richard Camden, commence pre-season training at the club on Tuesday July 6th commencing 7.15pm. All existing Players and new players welcome. Penn will be running three sides again this season ,two in the Hellenic League and One in the Senior Section of the Wycombe & District League. The Reserves will once again be managed by Steve Laing and the A team by Rob Chappell. Continue reading for full schedule. Continue reading…
Penn & Tylers Green 1st team regular Chris Hurst competed the recent Penn Fun Run, a distance of approximately 3.5 miles and came 2nd out of a field of 712 in a time of approximately 20 minutes, on a very hot afternoon in sunny Penn. A marvellous achievement and testimony to his self imposed dedicated fitness regime of the last few months, and so we are expecting him to carry on the good work and return to pre-season training in tip top condition, although a weeks break in Turkey, on a “cultural mission” may hinder his progress in that area. This is the second time Chris has taken the runners-up spot in this event.
During the clubs AGM held on Monday 21st June, Norman Rowe, president of PTGFC, presented this years Junior and Senior Management Awards whilst Chairman Tony Hurst made a very special presentation!
Tony Adams, defensive hero’s signed England shirt has been won!
The draw took place on Saturday 19th June at the club witnessed by Paul Benning and Andy Walker, amongst others. The drawn number was (un)lucky 13 held by Lisa Brooks, WELL DONE LISA!
£112.00 was raised for club funds, we would like to thank everyone who took part in the competition…and Lisa, if you want an offer for the shirt just contact email@example.com!
Article by: Lyndon Pearce – Under 13s Assiatnt Manager
Penn & Tylers Green Football Club are looking for a Youth Team Manager for Season 2010/2011.
A vacancy has arisen for a highly motivated experienced Manager/Coach to take charge of our highly successful Youth Team. We are constantly looking to bring new and established players to the club, therefore knowledge of local football & local leagues and good contacts would be beneficial.
Please apply in the first instance to: Tony Hurst, Chairman on 01494-815839 or click here to register your interest.
Current members of Penn & Tylers Green Football Club are invited to our Annual General Meeting to be held at The Chiltern Room in the Sports and Social Club, Elm Road, Penn, Buckinghamshire. HP10 8LF. The meeting will begin promptly at 20:00.
Experience the World Cup in Style
Members of Penn & Tylers Green Football Club can experience all the thrills and spills, the twists and turns, the glory and heartache in true style!
Throughout the month of the Tournament the Sports & Social Club will be showing every one of the 64 matches, the show will include:
- Open at least an hour before kick off for England games
- Seating for more than 100 people in the three areas
- Two large screens and two large TV’s – HD in the main bar area
- TV on Patio – 41″ TV weather permitting
- Choice of Indian dishes all for only £5.00 each
- Table service for Jugs of beer – you can prepay as well
- Music – England songs until 30 minutes before the match
- Sweet & soft drinks shop outside for the youngsters
- Prize for the best dressed England fan before each game
- Time of the first goal competition
Get there early and enjoy an unrivalled viewing in an exciting and unique atmosphere. We look forward to seeing you there!
Note: Admittance to members only
Read more for photos of England vs USA on the 12th June 2010 Continue reading…
Penn Girls U14s travelled down the M4 today – The Lois Russell Tournament being the target at Reading Town FC. Continue reading…
Penn & Tylers Green U14 Girls continued their tournament success earning themselves runners up medals at the Hazlemere Sixes. Continue reading…
The role includes taking minutes at meetings, dealing with issues such as licence applications, health & safety, local council departments and general correspondence as well as a general involvement in the running of one of the most successful Sports and Social Clubs in the County. Continue reading…