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Penn & Tylers Green FC 3 – Woodley Town FC 4

Captain Dean Munday with the Match Officials and the Woodley Town skipper

I am not going to dwell on the opening game of the season with many words. It was a disappointing afternoon and it did not go to script. Basically in the first half we missed a hatful of clear cut chances and failed to remember the basic rules of defending. The opposition goal keeper played a blinder and produced a number of outstanding saves. Woodley Town also missed a penalty. Continue reading…

Posted: August 9th, 2014

Bracknell Town FC 3 – Penn & Tylers Green FC 2

Action from Cantley Park

This was a very worthwhile exercise for the boys in blue & white one week before the season starts. On a very humid and rainy summer’s afternoon Cantley Park we were today’s visitors against Bracknell Town Football Club who kindly organised today’s fixture. Again it was good to see our usual supporters coming all the across the Chiltern Hills to cheer us on.

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Posted: August 2nd, 2014

Penn & Tylers Green FC 1 – Uxbridge FC 4

Messrs Iaciofano, Sepede and Grimsdell

This was yet another excellent workout for the boys in blue & white. On a very humid and hot summer afternoon here at French School Meadows we took on today’s visitors Uxbridge Football Club who made the relatively short trip from their Honeycroft ground in Middlesex. Continue reading…

Posted: July 19th, 2014

First fixtures are out

Giovanni and JonPaul are looking forward to the new season

The first fixtures for 9th to 16th August 2014 for the Uhlsport Hellenic League have been published. Gionvanni Sepede’s 1st Team is staring with two Saturday home games against Woodley Town FC and Henley Town FC respectively. The complete month of August fixtures should be released by the league by the weekend. Our website will then be updated accordingly.

Posted: July 18th, 2014

Youth Team

Youth Team Manager Mark Bentley ready for training

Youth Team Manager Mark Bentley will commence with pre-season trials and training on Wednesday, 20th August 2014 at 18:30 here at French School Meadows.

New players are also welcome to join the trials. Anyone interested please contact Mark on m.bentley2@btinternet.com

Posted: July 15th, 2014


Penn & Tylers Green FC 0 – Chalfont St. Peter AFC 0

Action at French School Meadows

This was another good workout for the boys in blue & white. On a lovely warm summer evening here at French School Meadows we took on our near neighbours Chalfont St. Peter AFC who made the short trip from Mill Meadow. It was good to see a good crowd here tonight to watch this game. Our opponents tonight play in the Southern League and the gap in the divisions was not that noticeable as we gave them a good game. The outcome in pre-season friendlies is of secondary importance but it is always nice to play well and get good results against a team playing higher up in the non-league pyramid. Continue reading…

Posted: July 15th, 2014

Gaffer is happy despite defeat

Attacking the Ascot United goal

This was good workout for the boys in blue & white. The first pre-season friendly at Cantley Park in Wokingham, Berkshire versus Ascot United went very well despite the defeat. Gaffer Giovanni Sepede got a good insight into the players available today. With ten players missing from the squad today the 13 available players produced some good football, particularly in the first half. Without a regular goal keeper today we knew that we might concede a goal or two. Continue reading…

Posted: July 12th, 2014

Prostate Cancer UK will be the official charity partner of Non-League Day 2014

Non League Day 2014The annual event, which takes place on Saturday, September 6th, will see hundreds of football clubs from across the non-league pyramid encouraged to raise awareness and money for the charity. The Non-League Day team were first drawn to the idea of partnering with Prostate Cancer UK by their ‘Men United v Prostate Cancer’ campaign which has seen them build an important relationship with The Football League and its member clubs. And while teams from the top two tiers are inactive in the first weekend of September as England prepare for their European Championship qualifying curtain-raiser against Switzerland, supporters will be encouraged to use their weekend off to get behind their local side Continue reading…

Posted: July 9th, 2014

Another Tournament Win

Another Tournament Win for the Under 12s

This weekend saw the Under 12s travel to the far flung reaches of Wantage to play in the historic (since 1971) Grove Challengers 6-a-side tournament.

21 teams had travelled from the local area and were organised into three groups of seven. Penn & Tylers Green FC fielded two of those teams on the day (the Whites and the Blues).

Both teams successfully negotiated the group stages, with the Whites topping their group after five wins and a draw, and the Blues finishing as a best 3rd place team after four wins and two losses. Continue reading…

Posted: July 9th, 2014

Another Tournament Win

Under 12s Tournament Winners

Another successful weekend saw Penn and Tylers Green FC Under 12s win the Aylesbury United FC Festival of Football. This is their third tournament victory of the season, adding to those at Thame FC and Woodley Hammers.

In what was a long day Penn and Tylers Green FC outlasted 16 other teams to take the title. A solid group stage saw them finish second with four wins, one draw and one defeat. Continue reading…

Posted: June 20th, 2014