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Good away point

Posted: January 16th, 2012 by Andreas

Aston Clinton 2 – Penn and Tylers Green FC 2

In a hard fought and sometimes feisty game, Penn and Tylers Green FC twice came from behind to earn a well deserved point at top of the table Aston Clinton.

On a sunny but chilly afternoon, Penn and Tylers Green FC kicked off hoping to maintain their good form of late. The game was largely uneventful in the first quarter with neither side testing the opposition goalkeeper. However, following a scramble in the Penn and Tylers Green FC goalmouth an unfortunate ricochet off a Penn and Tylers Green FC player let Aston Clinton score at the far post, giving goalkeeper Conor Latta no chance.

Man or the Match - Alex Morgan

Penn and Tylers Green FC immediately fought back, prompted by Curtis Stone in midfield, and this led to a superb through ball by Joe Sullivan to Will Brangwin who shot across the goalkeeper into the far corner of the net. Unfortunately Joe then had to be replaced owing to illness, upsetting the balance of the team with Ross Brace who had looked very comfortable at centre back moving to midfield and Jordan Ives coming on to take his place in defence. Continue reading…


Youth Team goal hungry after the break

Posted: January 11th, 2012 by Andreas

APBS Youth 1 – Penn & Tylers Green FC 6

Penn & Tylers Green FC arrived at the APBS ground full of confidence off the back of four straight wins, however due to the terrible pitch conditions there were worries that the game may not go ahead. Soon enough, a man arrived with a bucket of soil to patch up as many holes as he could and the eager referee let the match proceed as normal.

Man of the Match Anthony Quigley, scoring five goals

With several players unavailable due to illness, Penn & Tylers Green FC had to adjust their usual line-up; Sean Bennett made his first start at centre-back, which allowed Jordan Ives to push forward into midfield and Will Brangwin to slot into the centre with Curtis Stone and Luke Cohen. There was also a full debut for the youngster Ed Howe. Continue reading…


Another win before the Festive Break

Posted: December 18th, 2011 by Andreas

Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth 2 – Wendover Junior 1

On a very frosty morning with the real possibility of the game being called off the excellent referee Fred Mullin gave the go ahead with five minutes to go before kick-off. Two very committed teams produced a very entertaining game in difficult conditions.

Luke Cohen - Man of the match and scorer

Penn & Tylers Green FC got the better start playing up the slope and took an early lead when Luke Cohen took advantage of a mix up between their keeper and defender and slotted the ball into the net from the edge of the box.

This was exactly what the boys needed. There were more opportunities on both sides but both keepers were outstanding in goal today making important saves throughout the game. Conor Latta in goal and most of the other boys attending his birthday get-together on Friday appeared to have recovered enough to be up for this game.

The strong wind helped Wendover with their equaliser after about 20 minutes. On this corner (all their corners were well taken and always dangerous) the strong wind decided to make the ball unplayable and it ended up in the back of the net. Continue reading…


Penn & Tylers Green FC had an excellent win in the Ken Turnbull Cup

Posted: December 4th, 2011 by Andreas

Chalfont Saints 1 – Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth 2

This was a typical cup battle with the Youth Team of Penn & Tylers Green FC deservedly coming out on top in the end against league leaders Chalfont Saints FC.

Man or the Match - Alex Morgan

In a tightly contested match it was Penn & Tylers Green FC who shaded the opening exchanges in this eagerly awaited encounter. Chalfont Saints, however, always looked dangerous on the counter attack. The defence was marshalled well by Alex Morgan with Jordan Ives and Charlie Whitfield beside him. Conor Latta had another solid game between the sticks. Midfield motors Curtis Stone, Patrick Blunt and Joseph Sullivan were well supported by the extremely hardworking Fabio Battista and William Brangwin. Luke Cohen and Anthony Quigley up front kept the opposition defence busy as usual.

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Youth Team Back to Winning Ways

Posted: November 20th, 2011 by Andreas

Man of the Match Anthony Quigley

Penn & Tylers Green FC 3 – Bourne End FC 1

On a very foggy Sunday morning (real fog – nothing to do with any possible Saturday night entertainment) both teams meant business right from the start. Let’s make no mistake Bourne End are good side and this game proved it.

After early exchanges with Penn & Tylers Green FC playing some neat football both teams created opportunities and both keepers were kept busy all morning.

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A Fab Start for Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth Team

Posted: September 4th, 2011 by Fergus

Bourne End 2 – 6 Penn & Tylers Green FC

Bourne End entertained Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth Team this morning in the opening game of the season. There was a torrential downpour throughout the game making the conditions difficult from the start.

Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth Team started off lively and were keeping possession of the ball well but not making any clear cut chances. The wings were where most of the action was being played with Will Brangwin and Fabio Battista proving to be a real handful. But although Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth Team were looking more likely to score, a Bourne End corner wasn’t dealt with and their striker headed home at the near post past Conor Latta. Penn & Tylers Green FC Youth Team heads didn’t drop and five minutes later, a nice passing move involving Curtis Stone and Luke Cohen led to Tony Quigley finishing well into the bottom corner.

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Last game of the season ends in a loss

Posted: April 4th, 2011 by Fergus

Beaconsfield SYCOB 2 – 0 PTGFC Youth

Penn and Tylers Green turned up at Beaconsfield SYCOB on the back of a 1-1 draw full of confidence. After only losing out 3-2 to SYCOB earlier in the season, this match looked destined to be a tight affair. However, both team turned out with 10 men each. Penn started with 3 at the back with Byron Stephens on the left, Jonny Carpenter in the middle and Alex Morgan on the right. The midfield consisted of Josh Woolford and Charlie Whitfield on the wings with Joey Fisher and Will Eustace playing centre midfield. Up front were Josh Knight and Luke Cohen.

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Youth snatch a draw from the jaws of victory

Posted: March 27th, 2011 by Fergus

APBS Youth 1 – 1 Penn & Tylers Green FC

The afternoon kick of posed a great game of football and didn’t disappoint. The sun was bright on a hard pitch promising an unpredictable game. Penn & Tylers Green FC travelled down to APBS in search of victory following the disappointing loss against the Aylesbury side just two weeks previous on home soil.

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Penn & Tylers Green lose out to Chalfont St Peter

Posted: March 20th, 2011 by Fergus

PTGFC Youth 1 – 5 Chalfont St Peter

On a cool day with a drying pitch Penn and Tylers Green entertained Chalfont St Peter. After having drawn away at Chalfont and showing improved form in recent matches, Penn & Tylers Green  were full of confidence, although missing two regular players in Luke Cohen and Luke Graham.

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Lethargic Penn punished

Posted: March 13th, 2011 by Fergus

PTGFC Youth 4 – 5 APBS

It was a disappointing Sunday morning for the youth team today as APBS travelled to Penn & Tylers Green FC looking for all three points against fellow league strugglers. There was a sense of complacency about the Penn & Tylers Green FC team following their victory against league leaders Bedgrove last week.

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