Regular visitors to our site may remember reading how the club has provided sponsorship to local Penn & Tylers Green sporting star Emily Moses. See “PTGFC Support Diving” We are delighted to update on Emily’s progress over the summer as follows…
PTGFC 25th Anniversary Festival of Football
Six a side tournament for boys and girls teams aged U7 to U12
Sunday 1st and Monday 2nd May 2011
Now full – thanks for all your support, we’re looking forward to meeting you over the bank holiday and we wish all the teams and players a fantastic day out!
The current freeze has taken its toll this weekend with all senior and junior football suffering the scurge of frozen pitches. We hope all our managers, coaches, players and families enjoy a peaceful weekend and let’s all hope for a thaw by next week!
Flackwell Heath FC 5 (aet) 2 Penn & Tylers Green FCThompson, Upward(2) Putnam(2) Jordan, Cannon
A last gasp equaliser from Ryan Upward saved Flackwell from suffering a second consecutive embarrassment at Wilks Park last night. After the humiliating 7-1 drubbing at Highworth on Saturday some may have considered a home game against Penn & Tylers Green FC as a perfect opportunity to bounce back and let the lower league opponents feel the backlash of such a demoralising defeat.
The Under 10 Girls got their first taste of victory last weekend, as they enjoyed a win over Chalfont Saints in a game in which both teams played some lovely passing football.
Bourne End 5 – 6 Penn and Tylers Green
The U11s came back to win a remarkable end to end game and move up to 3rd in the table. Playing 4-4-2 and up the slope at Bourne End, the team quickly got into their rythym and went 2 goals up with a flowing moving tucked away by Dan Pocock and a neat finish by Rhys Drysdale. Despite Bourne End hitting back we went into a 3-1 half time lead following a good and run and finish to Harry Taylor.
Penn Rangers U14s 5 - 1 Tring Tornadoes
Rangers welcomed Tring Tornadoes today who were looking to put in a top performance after finishing second to Penn last season & also having the double done over them.
Thames Youth 5 - 0 Penn Rangers U12s
One stride forward, two steps back. Penn Rangers Under 12s were dominated during most of the first half. Mainly by Thame Youth’s number 9 and number 7. Sometimes we were caught flat footed defensively and on several occasions they simply dribbled passed our midfield and defensive back line leaving Jack Keating in goal to stop what he could.
Berks & Bucks Youth Cup
Penn & Tylers Green FC 0 – 5 Slough Town
On a windy cold Sunday morning Penn & Tylers Green FC were drawn against a strong Slough Town who play their football in the Allied Counties League. The boys knew what they were up against and tried to stay focused from the kick off.
Wycome Wanderers Girls 3 - o PTGFC Girls U15
A tough fixture this one…..just fielding a bare 11 girls on a big & expected boggy pitch. However they did themselves proud in what was an evenly contested game despite the result.