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Aquired complete set of full size aluminium goals

Aluminium Goals

Penn & Tylers Green FC had a great result last week when they acquired both complete full size aluminum goals with “easy to move wheels attached“, from Handy Cross at the top of Marlow Hill which is being re-developed. Continue reading…

Posted: April 9th, 2014

Under 12 Mayors Cup Semi-Final – Thame Boys 0 v Penn & Tylers Green Rangers FC – 2. U12 Rangers Team reaches second Cup Final

Gaffer Rick Gaskell is happy

Sunday saw Penn & Tylers Green Rangers FC U12s get to their second cup final of the season after recording a 2–0 victory away at Thame Boys in the Mayors Cup in front of an approximate attendance of 50 (!). This was coming just two weeks after defeating the same club 3-2 (after extra time) in the League Cup semi-final. They must be sick of the sight of us! Continue reading…

Posted: March 17th, 2014

This weekend didn’t deliver all the results we wanted for the Junior Teams

A Cup final but 3 defeats this weekend

A mixed weekend in the league for our junior teams as both the U15 Rangers and the U13s lost there league games 3-0 and 5-1 respectively. The U15s were unable to get past Flackwell Heath in the Bucks & Berks Cup Semi final, succumbing 4-0.

Positive news though for the U12 Rangers who beat off Thame Boys 2-0 to reach the final of the Mayors Cup – Great stuff, and hopefully more silverware for the club.

Posted: March 17th, 2014

All Gaffers were there

Food was good

What a night, another fantastic turnout for the annual Penn & Tylers Green FC curry night. This is the now well established event in the club’s diary where all the committee members, director of football, managers, coaches and other volunteers from all, and I mean all, the age groups came together for a “curry and a pint (or two or three)”. Tonight was all about integration, exchanging ideas on football and maybe (after the fourth pint) changing The World?

The Committee was happy

The evening was put to good use because Club Physio John Grimsdell and A-Team Manager Paul Benning explained about the recently purchased defibrillator; Chairman Tony Hurst explained the subs structure for the season and Secretary Andreas Latta gave an update on the ground development project.

After the speeches (and luckily they were short) everyone tucked into the excellent curry, well supported by the aforementioned amber nectar or fermented grape juice.

The icing on the cake was the appointment of the Tournament Director of the Penn & Tylers Green FC Six-A-Side-Festival of Football for the May Bank Holiday in 2014. Scott Marshall took up the mantle and we are proud to have him in board for this important fund raising event for the club. It was emphasised on the night that everyone in the club will have to support Scott to make it a success.

Tournament Director training hard already

The evening (and this is why we are doing it) also managed engagement between the First Team Manager and the Girls Section resulting in a commitment for the First Team helping with their coaching sessions. The evening also helped and facilitated the introduction of the Under 5s to the club. We all know in about 13 years’ time some of their players will play for our Senior Teams here at French School Meadows.

What a fantastic night (with some fund raising towards the ground development fund). Thank you to all of you for participating.

Andreas Latta, Secretary

Posted: October 18th, 2013

Club Welfare

A vacancy currently exists for the important and rewarding position of CWO within the Club. All Charter Standard Clubs are required to appoint a CWO who is a Club Committee member. This important volunteer position is necessary to ensure that our Club maintains high standards of support and care for all of its young players and complies with the FA’s safeguarding children policies and practices. Continue reading…

Posted: October 18th, 2013

Football Shows Its Heart As £1.2m Defibrillator Fund Launched

John Grimsdell has the club at heart

One year on since Fabrice Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch, The Football Association (FA) and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) have teamed up to help save lives in England’s football clubs and their communities. In a unique partnership, more than 900 defibrillators will be made available to clubs at Steps 1 to 6 (Penn & Tylers Green FC is a Step 6 Club) of the National League System and clubs in the Women’s Super League to help save the lives of cardiac arrest casualties.

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Posted: October 17th, 2013

Success in the League Cup for Andy Swaby’s Penn & Tylers Green FC U13s

Josh Todd

Following his success last year as the club’s top goal scorer, Josh Todd had slow start only netting once in the U13’s first game of the season. Normal service was thankfully resumed in the second game with a first half hat trick. Then last Saturday, the Division 4 U13’s played Division 3 Magnet St Johns in the first round of the League Cup. In what was a great team performance, Josh was unplayable using his power and pace to terrorise the opposition. He netted 5 times in a 8-1 rout, which also included goals from Tom Hopkins, George Nagle and George Swaby. Katie Jurdon was outstanding in defence, her anticipation and reading of the game cut out many attacks before they could threaten.

Josh now has 9 goals in 3 games and has promised to smile if he wins the trophy for a second successive year.

Posted: October 2nd, 2013

We have just received our new Charter Standard Certificate from The FA.

Our Welfare Officer Anton Setchell together with the Berks & Bucks FA went through the review process and successfully completed another annual health check, the result of which confirmed our status as an FA Charter Standard Community Club. This has been achieved again as a result of all the hard work put in by all the volunteers of Penn & Tylers Green Football Club. A copy of the certificate is available on the website.

Andreas Latta, Secretary

Posted: September 3rd, 2013

Non-League Day was set up by James Doe in 2010 as a social media experiment, after being inspired by a pre-season trip to Devon to watch Queens Park Rangers play at Tavistock. It has now grown to become an annual part of the football calendar, backed by Premier League and Football League clubs, MPs, celebrities, media organisations, charities and most importantly the non-league clubs themselves and the fans that decide to turn up on the day.

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Posted: August 5th, 2013

Under 14s defended their title

U14 Team - League Champions 2013

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)

Posted: May 20th, 2013