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Fair result in an exiting game

All smiles

On a windy and cold afternoon at French School Meadow the points were shared between the boys from Banbury and Penn & Tylers Green. This was an even and exiting encounter with both teams going for the win. Easington started off slightly better than us and they hit the bar twice in the process. Eventually we started to match them and created a few openings ourselves. Continue reading…

Posted: March 14th, 2015

Ascot United v Penn & Tylers Green FC

Good luck to the Under 16s in the Berks & Bucks Cup Final against Ascot United on Sunday. The game will kick off at 15:00 at Marlow FC, Oak Tree Road, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 3ED. It would be great to see you all there to support the boys.

Posted: March 12th, 2015

Home Cup Win – Away From Home

Good Cup Tie Under Lights

Penn & Tylers Green FC progressed to the next round in the Wycombe Senior Cup against a plucky Cookham Dean FC side under floodlights tonight at Chalfont St. Peter’s Mill Meadow. This was a rearranged fixture as the original game at French School Meadows fell victim to the elements in February. Continue reading…

Posted: March 11th, 2015

They loved the new kit

Under 12 Girls in March 2014

Curtains were opened to one of the sunniest days of the year. Spring is round the corner and a spring was definitely in the boots of the Under 12 Penn & Tylers Green FC girls playing away to Aylesbury.  For the first time this year the girls were in full Penn & Tylers Green FC kit and began the match in energetic fashion.  For the first 10 minutes much of the play was in the centre of the pitch and the whilst the Penn & Tylers Green FC defence was put under pressure this was for the most part dealt with.  Chances started appearing, predominantly for the away side from this point as the Penn & Tylers Green FC girls probed for what would be their first goal of the season.  After a number of half chances Lily-Anne got the team off the mark with a nicely taken shot through a crowded penalty area. Continue reading…

Posted: March 7th, 2015

First Team and Reserves lost today

George Weller - Man of the Match

The Reserves lost 3:0 on their travels at Bracknell Town ‘Development’ Football Club  in their Division Two (East) clash. This was not what the doctor ordered.  The First Team did not fare any better in their 2:3 Supplementary Cup defeat at home to Chinnor FC. In their defence, we have to say that six regulars were missing and we had to play the entire second half with 10 men. On the plus side we can be delighted with George Weller’s man of the match performance with his First Team Debut today. Also, despite being down to 10 men in the second half on a beautiful spring afternoon, we still put a shift in. Who knows what would have happened with 11 men? Continue reading…

Posted: March 7th, 2015

U12 Boys go from strength to strength

Happy Under 12 Gaffer - Darren Jones

Penn & Tylers Green FC’s U12’s took on an always strong Downley Dynamos in the Mayors Cup Semi Final on a rain soaked pitch at Sir William Ramsay this Sunday. As per normal with this fixture the weather was typically poor but both teams look determined as they lined up with a lot of the boys being school friends facing each other. Continue reading…

Posted: March 2nd, 2015

Rayners Lane FC 1 – Penn & Tylers Green FC 1

Messrs Pritchard and Coyle ready to do battle

This was a game of two halves at Tithe Farm Social Club, Rayners Lane’s ground in South Harrow.

In the first half the boys in blue and white were well on top and should have had a higher lead then the one goal. They played well, battled well and were the better side. Continue reading…

Posted: February 28th, 2015

Water and Mud

Waterlooged Pitch

Today’s Uhlsport Hellenic League Division Two (East) fixture against Bracknell Town FC ‘Development’ fell victim to the elements again. Water and mud gave the match referee no choice but to call the game off this morning after an 11 o’clock pitch inspection. Despite all the work yesterday by the groundsman as well as today by Neil Cannings and Luke Belson in order to save the game came to nothing. Let us hope the weather will be kinder to us and football in general very soon.

Posted: February 28th, 2015

Penn & Tylers Green FC U12 Girls 0 – Horwood FC U12 Girls 1

Play took place on what was hopefully the last of the really cold mornings of the year. The match kicked off and within a couple of minutes the size 5 badly pumped up ball was replaced by a size 4 slightly more bouncy one!  The play was very much end to end, with the chances for both sides early on.  Horwood had some good chances, but were kept at bay by some solid Penn & Tylers Green FC goalkeeping and the Penn & Tylers Green FC chances didn’t test the Horwood keeper as much as they would have liked.

Continue reading…

Posted: February 23rd, 2015

Second away win in a row

Captain Dean Munday with Messrs Devine, Maynard, Bird and Cuff

This was a good performance. No ifs and no buts. This was a deserved away win on a glum afternoon on the outskirts of Oxford. This game had everything, two dismissals, good goals, good saves and above all an away win for the boys in blue & white who played with 10 men for about 70 minutes of the game. It was also nice to see a good away support. Continue reading…

Posted: February 14th, 2015