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Good weekend for the Seniors

End of Season Table

Finchampstead in ninth travelled to Penn & Tylers Green FC who could overtake them as they are just at one place and one point behind. Second half goals from Chris Hurst and Josh Fox gave the points to Penn to push them up the able. Henry Swaby got one back for the visitors. Continue reading…

Posted: April 19th, 2015

Penn & Tylers Green FC U12 Girls reach the Cup Final

Celebrations after the penalty shoot out

Penn and Tylers Green FC U12 Girls approached another encounter with Chesham United with understandable concern.  The previous two meetings had left them picking the ball out of the back of the net on six occasions with just the one goal to show for their efforts. Continue reading…

Posted: April 19th, 2015

Disciplined French School Meadows Boys Cause Cup Upset

Ready to go

This was a night we will not forget in a hurry. The boys in blue and white caused a mighty old upset by beating a team from two divisions above them to reach the final of the Wycombe Senior Cup. On a blustery night at Chalfont St Peter’s Mill Meadow ground the boys performed fantastically well and were deserved winners on the night. Continue reading…

Posted: March 31st, 2015

It should have been more than one point

The handshake before the game

On a windy afternoon at French School Meadows the First Team only managed to get a draw in a game they should have won. On the positive side, of course, it needs to be said that we did not lose. But once we scored the goal in the 73rd minute we should have seen the game out. The goal was excellent. A good run down the right wing by Adrian Smith, who then crossed the ball into the box was followed up by evergreen Danny Jordan, who finished superbly with a volley from close range. Continue reading…

Posted: March 28th, 2015

Double Header away for our Under 12 Girls

Some people say he can sing

Saturday 28th March heralded another North Bucks encounter for the Under 12 Girls.  One midweek injury left the team with no subs in advance of a double header against Water Eaton, a team on equal points with Penn & Tylers Green FC in the Bucks Girls League.  The match was a double header so there was a chance of getting up to 6 points on the day. Of more concern to the coaches was the shock mid-week news that Zayn was leaving One Direction and the effect that it might have on the girls. Continue reading…

Posted: March 28th, 2015

Coaches Mike Burch and Tim Kearvell’s Penn &Tylers Green FC Under 5s

The Future Generation of Penn & Tylers Green FC

There are 21 players and the focus is on developing their individual skills whilst having lots of fun. The boys and girls always have a ball at their feet whilst we encourage their dribbling skills and even tricks like drag-backs! The kids seem to be having fun and we even played keepy-uppy with balloons recently.

They also managed to raise money for the new pitch fund recently. This is very much appreciated and will safeguard a good pitch for The Future Generation.

Posted: March 28th, 2015

Messrs Byrne and Cannings are very happy

Reserves at the races

The Reserves played fantastically well and scored five in the Reserves President Cup quarter final at Ascot United ‘Development’. This was a team performance and it was a joy to watch, particularly in the second half. The scorers on the night where Richard Davies, Oliver Mulry and Simon Gray with a superb hat-trick. Gaffer Neil Cannings and Coach Paul Byrne were very happy. The only issue is that this will be at least one more game in the already extremely tight schedule for the Reserves, who seem to have to play 5,000 games in two days in April.

Posted: March 24th, 2015

Well played versus Chesham in the return fixture

A popular boy band, we believe

Chesham United Ladies Under 12 girls visited Penn & Tylers Green FC girls on 21st March for the return leg league match of the season on Saturday.  Slightly better setting up of the goals and pitch for this match gave Penn & Tylers Green FC a good preparation and they started confidently with a number of well taken chances gathered up by the Chesham keeper early on.  There was a lot of skill on display by both teams with Penn & Tylers Green FC just about getting the upper hand.  Nevertheless, Chesham opened the scoring after goalmouth activity that bypassed the team, who may well have been discussing their favourite One Direction band member at the time.  Halftime came with Chesham one up and the opposition added to their tally with a well taken corner and finish. Continue reading…

Posted: March 23rd, 2015

Chinnor FC v Penn & Tylers Green FC 1:2

What is our captain James Pritchard looking at?

This was an excellent away win at Chinnor for the First Team in the league. On a cold and windy afternoon at the Playing Fields in Station Road the game started off evenly balanced but the boys in blue & white started to get on top after about ten minutes or so and carved out a few chances with a couple of one on one opportunities, which were not converted into goals. Chinnor, as they always do, never gave us any time to settle down, working hard as ever. Our ex-players Marcus Mealing and Alex Feaver were a shining example of that. As a result they created a couple of chances themselves, one of which was excellently saved by the stand-in keeper Richard Lockey, who had a very good game. Continue reading…

Posted: March 21st, 2015

Henley Town FC v Penn & Tylers Green FC 6:2

Confident before the kick off

Not a good night. Game was over in the first half. Although a much better effort in the second half this was still not what was hoped for. After a good league run this was a disappointing night out. Enough said. It can only get better at Chinnor on Saturday.

Posted: March 17th, 2015