Wycombe Town entertained King George 5th FC, at Holtspur, in the Premier Division and in an end to end game, Town were held to a 1-1 draw but should have wrapped up the game on several occasions, with several missed  chances. Micheal Butcher was once again on hand to get the 'Town' goal.
The Reserves continued their winning ways and were away to Jager Athletic at Lane End and came away with all three points, putting them in second place in Division 2. Scorers were James Hall with 2, Steve Perry and Blake George with 1 each.
With no game for the First team on the 18th December and the Reserve game postponed, both teams are looking good for the Christmas break and for the New Year.



Wycombe Town FC visited Royal Standard FC...the current Premier Division Champions, at Homer Green, in the Challenge Cup and after a great end to end game, came away with the win and a place in the next round! Playing on a sticky pitch 'Town's' passing game got bogged down and they had to dig in and grind out this deserved vitory. 'Hero of the moment' was substitute and Manager Micheal 'Butch' Butcher, who came off the bench to score in the 88th minute and seal the victory. Key to the win was the rock solid defence who kept everything out, including a great full stretch tip over the bar by keeper Jason DeGelas and the man who seemed to be everywhere MOTM Vinny Cuva. 



Sunday 4th December, Wycombe Town FC vist Royal Standard FC at Holmer Green, last seasons Premier division winners, in the next round of the Challenge Cup, which is probably the tie of the round!



Away to Happy Union FC in the Premier Division, Wycombe Town secured their position at the top of the table with a strong 5-1, Town dominated the play with good passing football and made several chances throughout the game. The goal were sread evenly around the team with Delroy Howell, Andy Nicol, Rikki Gilbert, Alan McKie and John Mbamarah all getting on the score sheet.

Rikki Gilbert on the score sheet
Wycombe Town Reserves entertaind Downley Albion at Holtspur knowing a win would elivate them to second in the table, playing a neat passing game they won 3-2 in an exciting game with James Hall, Liam Holder and Mike Morrissey all finding the net!
Chris Gabb Reserves Manager



Wycombe Town FC moved to the last sixteen of the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup with a strong performace over a good West Drayton Maurderaz team, winning 1-0 with a goal from captain Darren Crane. Although 'Town' dominated the game Maurderaz defended well and although they hit the wood work and came close on several occasions 'Town' could not add to the score.
Alan McKie with Darren Crane
Town Reserves continued their climb up the division 2 table with a well deserved win away against Naphill Men FC with James Hall adding to his goal tally in this 1-0 win.



Wycombe Town FC played FC Disraeli away at the Rye in the Premier division and came away with a 6-0 win to take them top of the division. Playing well below par for the first half an hour, 'Town' still went in at half time 2-0 up. The second half saw 'Town' find their rhyhm with slick passing and cutting through balls all backed up by a rock solid defence. Town's scorerers were Delroy Howell and Andy Boxer Nicol with 2 each and Rikki Gilbert and Micheal Butcher with 1 each.
'Town' attack the Disraeli goal!
Wycombe Town Reserves played out a good and even game at Holtspur against Saunters Wood United drawing 1-1, with another goal from James Hall.



Wycombe Town FC are away to FC Disraeli on the Rye in a Premier division game and the Reserves entertain Saunters Wood United at our Holtspur home in a division two match.


Wycombe Town Reserves came away with a point against Red Lion Rangers with a 2-2 draw but should have claimed all three points, James Hall added 2 more goals to his seasons tally, the team is gelling well and the are now half way up the table so its all to go for!
Wycombe Town first team visited Italia Unita at Magnolia Drive and were looking forward to a good game but were dissapointed when Italia could only field 7 players, Town were 7-0 in twenty minutes before an Italia player was injured and limped off and the game was abandonded.



Wycombe Town FC visited Premier Division leaders Barn Club and came away all 3 points to replace them at the top. In a real top of the table clash, 'Town' played some neat passing football against a very good Barn Club side but always had just the edge in a very good game. 'Boxer' Nicol scored the goal midway through the first half  ending a great team passing move. The Barn club goal had a charmed life on several occasions and they relied mainly on counter attackes but never really hit the target. 'Town' are now top of the division with a game in hand.

Wycombe Town Reserves visted the Old Swan in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup and recorded a well deserved 2-1 with two great goals from James Hall, to progress to the next round.

James Hall
Sunday 30th October, the First team are at home to Lacey Green in the Combination Cup and the Reserves are away to Saunters Wood in the League. 



There is a top of the Premier Division table clash this week, when Wycombe Town FC take on Barn Club at Holmers Farm and in the Berks & Bucks Junior Cup Wycombe Town Reserves are away to The Old Swan FC.



Wycombe Town FC hosted FC Beacons Bottom in a very one sided game where Town were 7-0 by half time and ran out 14-0 winners. Town are only five games into the season, with virtiually a new team and are really begining to gel together playing some great passing football. Delroy Howell topped the scoreres with 4, 'Boxer' Nicol, Micheal Buther and Rikki Gilbert got 3 each and captain Darren Crane got 1 to make it 14-0.
Delroy Howell
'Town' Reserves are still waiting to hit their full potential and slipped to a 3-1 defeat away to Roundabout FC. 



Wycombe Town FC entertain FC Beacons Bottom at Holtspur and the Reserves are away to Roundabout FC.



Wycombe Town FC first team drew 1-1 with high flying Barn Club in a match where Town dictated most of the play with some scintillating passing football with Barn Club relying on counter attacks. Town missed umpteen chances to win the match especially when a Barn Club player was dismissed with 15 minutes to go but the Barn Club keeper played heroics to keep the ball out of the net. 'Butch' Butcher scored Towns goal from the spot after 'Boxer' Nicol was brought down for a penalty in the first half.
The Reserves visited Seer Green FC and in an even game should have done better but lost 1-0.



This Sunday the 9th October, Wycombe Town FC host the high riding Barn Club at Holtspur and The Reserves visit Seer Green FC



Traveling to Homer Green, Wycombe Town FC took on and beat current Premier League Champions Royal Standard FC. In a tight game with few clearcut chances, one deciceve moment in the first half made the difference, when Andy 'Boxer' Nicol was brought down on a good run at goal for a penalty, which 'Butch' Butcher stepped up to hammer home to make the final score 1-0. In a good all round team performance Jason DeGelas made made two brillant saves and 'Man of the Match' was Alan McKie was man of the match! 
                                                              Scorer Butch Butcher & MOM Alan McKie 

The Reserves were knocked out of the 'Challenge Cup' by a very good Welsbourne team.



Two exciting games at Holtspur, Firstly Wycombe Town first team were away to FC Beaconsfield in an end to end match, Town with three or four key players missing through injury, came under attack early on from a fast improving FC Beaconsfield team and half way through the first half were 2-0 down, Baz David slotted one in to make it 2-1 but Beaconsfield got another goal to make it 3-1 at half time. The second half was a role reversal and Town got two quick goals through Andrew 'Boxer' Nicol and Darren Crane to make it 3-3, towards the end of the match 'Boxer' rose above the defence to head a forth goal to make it 4-3, but the game wasn't over yet and Beaconsfield gained a dangerously positioned free kick in the last few minutes and in a full penatly area managed to get the ball in the net for a 4-4 draw.
In the second game, an on fire Reserve team fresh from their 5-0 win at Hithercroft, beat Red Lion Rangers 6-2 to to climb the table. Town went two up with goals from Wayne 'Rooney' Norris and James Hall and the score stayed the same till half time. Rangers got one back after the break but Town began to dominate and the score rose to  5-1 with another goal each from Rooney and Hall and a diving header own goal, Rangers got one more goal on a break but Rooney finished the game off with his hat trick to make it 6-2. 



Wycombe Town FC are away to FC Beaconsfield in the Premier League at Holtspur and Wycombe Town Reserves are also at Holtspur, being home to Red Lion Rangers. 
'Town' corner against FC Bentons



Two wins today for Wycombe Town FC, the first team played out an exciting match with a good FC Bentons team in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup and the Reserves visited Hithercroft in a division two match. Still finding their feet Town kicked off and pressurised the Bentons defence but failed to hit the net, two quick break away goals saw Town two down against the run of play after thirty minutes! playing some good passing football Town fought back and went in at half time 3-2 in front. The second half Town began to dominate the play and Bentons were relying on counter attacks, Town got another goal to make it 4-2 but Bentons wern't finished and got one back. Town began to dominate again and deservidly scored two more to make the final score 6-3 and secure a place in round two. Scorers were Mike Butcher and Andy Nicol two each, Rikki Gilbert and Darren Crane one each.
Wycombe Town FC in their new away kit!
Wycombe Town Reserves travelled over to Amersham to play Hithercrof FC and dominated the game playing some great football and scoring 5 goal without reply, this has propelled them well up the league table. Scorers were James Hall with three, Steve Perry and James Forbes with one each. 
James Hall



Training continues at Wye Valley Astroturf on every Wednesday evening meeting at 7.20.
This Sunday the reserves are away to Hithercroft at Amersham Towns groud in a Division 2 league match and The first team are at our Holtspur home against FC Bentons in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup.


Wycombe Town first team started the season with a well deserved win against a good Happy Union side. With many new faces lining up for 'Town' it took the a while for the team to gel but then the football began to flow. the First half was end to end stuff and Union took advantage of this to go 1-0 in the first half with Town also missing a penalty! Second half was a differnt story with 'Town' beginning to dominate for long periods and Union relying on counter attacks. Darren Crane, Mark Nugent and Rikki Gilbert were creating the chances and 'Boxer' Nicol and 'Butch' Butcher were getting on target also hitting the post and bar. Eventualy Butch got a breakthrough goal to leval the score and shortly after an Ali Nicol shot was deflected by Darren Crane to make the final score 2-1 to take Town to third in the table!



Wycombe Towns Premier League campaign kicks off this Sunday at Holtspur against visitors Happy Union FC. With several new faces in the 'Town' line up it should be a very interesting encounter for players and supporters alike.



Wycombe Town Reserves kicked off their season with a game against league newcomers Jager Athletic FC. In only their second game together this season 'Town' played some good football but in an even half the young and fit Jager team went 1-0 up just before the break. Second half and Jagers fitness began to tell and they got another goal from the penalty spot. Town bounced back with a goal from Wayne 'Rooney' Norris but Jager scored another by lobbing the keeper to make it 3-1. Town wernt finished and got one back through a well executed penalty from Joe Corley making the final score 3-2.
Joe Corley
Wyane 'Rooney' Norris



Wycombe Town's new reserve team had their first game together and beat Wooburn Falcons 7-0 at Holtspur. Playing good flowing football, Town's passing game worked well and the goals were all well worked team goals. With another pre-season game next week Town are looking forward to the seasons start on the 4th September.



Training continues at Gossmore Lane Playing Fields, Marlow, on Tuesdays, meet at 6.45pm!The Reserves play thier first pre-season game at Holtspur, this coming Sunday, 21st August, managers will be in touch for arrangements.



Wycombe Town visited Golden Irons at Princes Risboro' for the first pre-season game on grass this season and came home with a 4-2 win. With several players still on holiday 'Town' took the opportunity to field some of the younger squad players and they did not disappoint! Town were 1-0 up in the fist five minutes with Andy 'Boxer' Nicol firing into the net, play was being dominated by 'Town' and 'Butch' Butcher also slotted in a well taken goal. Midway through the first half 'Irons' got back into the game and the score was 2-2 at half time. In the second half 'Town' found their rhythm again and Andy Barnes scored a great chipped goal to make it 3-2. Town were now in control and Paul Shone who had moved into mid-field during the second half, got the forth goal to make 'Town' deservedly 4-2 winners.



This Sunday Wycombe Town FC visit Golden Irons for the first pre-season game on grass, 'Town' will have several new faces joining existing players in the squad.


Cressex 6-a-sides

Wycombe Town entered 2 teams in the Cressex six-a-sides and both teams did well, The B Team went out in the quater finals and the A Team got to the final and narrowly missed out on winning unfortunatly loosing out in the penalty shoot out to Masters.

Next Sunday The First Team take on Golden Irons the first pre-season game on grass.



With The Reserve team opponents pulling out at the last moment, a skillfull looking Wycombe Town Reserve Squad took the opportunity for a useful warm up training match prior to the First teams match against the new FC Wycombe FC on the Cressex Astoturf. Towns first team were debuting several new players along side existing players such as 'Boxer' Nicol, Vinny Cuva and Paul Shone etc and started slowly with players getting used to one anothers play and FC Wycombe took advantage of this and raced into a 3-0 by half time. The second half was a different story and 'Town' took control scoring five, to end up 5-3 winners. With more pre-season games arranged things are looking good for the coming season for both our teams.



A pre-season game has been arranged for this Saturday the 16th July for a Wycombe Town XI to play Phoenix FC, Dan Wake's Saturday side, any players who would like a run out this Saturday contact Ivan ASAP.



Wycombe Town FC's second club training match went very well and players took the latested opportunity to sign on! There were many old faces and lots of new faces playing and the football was excellent. A new positive chapter opens in 'Towns' future begins! Pre-season matches are being arranged and training continues at Gossmore Lane Park Marlow on Turesday evenings 6.45 till 8pm...everyone is welcome.



Fitness training combined with ball work and small sided games starts tonight at Gossmore lane playing fields, 7pm till 8pm and continues through July, training will then transfer to Wednesdays at Wye Valley Astroturf from August onwards.
Pre season games are being arranged to start in July.

The first team are entered in the Chalfont Wasps 6-a-side Tournament this Saturday the 2nd July. Both First and Reserves teams are entered in the Cressex 6-a-side Tournement on Sunday 7th August.



Wycombe Town FC club training match went very well, with an excellent number of players ready for the new season and more to come! We will announce the next training match and pre-season games shortly. Three six-a-side competitions have been booked up, details to follow soon!


On Sunday 19th June, Wycombe Town FC has organised a club training match at Wye Valley Astroturf, its open to all players for both the 1st team and Reserves and players need to meet at 10.45 for a 11am kick off.

On Tuesday evenings training and fitness matches take place at Gossmore Lane Park, all players are welcome.

We have entered Town in several 6-a-side tournements and we will announce the dates shortly.