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A Home Win at Tor!

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16th Jul 2021 | Local Sport

Oskar White looks to attack. (Photo by Paul Nicholls)

Thursday 31 October 2019

There were some tricks by Wells and some treats for the spectators as the homeside put in there best performance of the season so far with an excellent victory over their visitors from Bath, Oldfield Old Boys. The game played last Thursday evening was actually under the lights at Tor and Wells must offer their thanks to the Glastonbury club for the use of their facilities and the excellent pitch.

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Wells score big in cup tie

Corsham 0 - Wells FC 4 The Les Phillips Cup:

Corsham took the early initiative when a dangerous Corsham free kick from the left hand side evaded everyone before fizzing across the Wells goal, begging for a Corsham touch. After early Corsham pressure Wells took the lead with their first attack after great defensive play by Char Crook to win the ball back before he finds Craig Herrod, still with a lot to do Herrod drifts inside of two defenders and caresses the ball back across the keeper and into the far corner of the net.

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Wells won away at St Bernadettes Old Boys (Photo: Google Street View)

St Bernadettes Old Boys 24 – Wells RFC 45.

It is 19 months since Wells last won away from home, so this resounding result in Bristol against St Bernadettes Old Boys was a great fillip to the team and indeed ones hopes for the remainder of the season to come.

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There was Friday night football fun for Wells City yesterday (October 18) as they ran out 4-1 winners against Oldland Abbotonian, after dominating the second half.

Their first goal came after only three minutes, when great play by Paul Braithwaite down the right saw him clip a ball into Craig Herrod whose shot was blocked, but Kieran Davis timed his run perfectly and he unleashed a thunderbolt from 25 yards which left the keeper stranded as it flew into the top corner.

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The match was played at Calne's Bremhill View ground (Photo: Google Street View)

Wells City came unstuck away to Calne Town at the weekend despite being ahead at half-time, and a missed penalty proved to be a turning point in the game.

Wells took the lead on 12 minutes as they went from defending a corner to scoring, as Charlie Crook got to the clearance first and set Harry Foster free with a glorious 60-yard pass. Foster then got in front of the defender and smashed home a half volley from 20 yards.

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