Festival of Football Our famous 6-a-side Festival of Football will be taking place on Sunday 5th & Monday 6th of May 2013 Click here for more information Team applications are now closed. Registration times are as follows: Morning Games – 08.45 Afternoon Games – 13.30
A FORMER cult hero of English football dropped into Bucks at the weekend to pass on his 15-years experience as a professional to the girls of Penn & Tylers Green FC.
Julian Dicks became a West Ham United legend during ten years at the club, either side of a stint at Liverpool. But it was a smaller stage than usual for the full-back as he gave up his time to coach the U12s and U14 girls during a two-hour session at Sir William Ramsay School. Continue reading…
Chocolate is the Order of the Day!
Penn & Tylers Green FC under 14 girls enjoyed a terrific game
of football in their Bucks Girls Football League fixture versus Chinnor last weekend. The girls showed tremendous character to come from behind three times to earn a 4-4 draw.
Penn & Tylers Green have had a challenging start to the season as eight of the squad, of 12, are acclimatising to playing 9-a-side football on much larger pitches and are also playing up an age year. The girls are also now well versed in the finer aspects of the offside law!
The weekend of 25th to the 27th of May was a busy one for our female footballers. On the Friday evening we welcomed close to 100 players, parents and family members to the clubhouse for our end of season barbecue and awards ceremony. The wonderful weather, the Gleeson burgers and the presentation of awards to all three age groups ensured a successful evening, happy players and proud parents.
Success for the U12 Girls in the sunshine
A week after narrowly finishing runners up in our own festival the under 12 girls won the Risborough Rangers 6-a-side football Tournament on Sunday. Once again we took the brave decision to split the squad into two equal teams of six which left us “down to
the bare bones” with no substitutes for injuries or tiredness but ensured that all the girls got plenty of playing time. Despite some evidence of late night sleepovers and viewing of Britain’s Got Talent, both teams made terrific starts. A clean sheet from Katie enabled the Penn & Tylers Whites to draw their opening match with Blackstone Arrows before a goal from Megan and a fantastic save from Bex earned a win over Risborough Rangers. Continue reading…