Tay­lor signs off in style for Nether­ton

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Neighbourhood News -

JAMESTAYLOR made a goalscor­ing farewell to Nether­ton on Satur­day.

The full-back, who is mov­ing to Manch­ester, found the net dur­ing a 4-1 suc­cess over Up­ping­ham on the 3G pitch at the Grange.

It was a re­sult that en­sured a pleas­ing first sea­son at the helm for boss Johnny Byrne, which fea­tured a PFA Se­nior Cup final ap­pear­ance, ended on a high.

Byrne said: “We fin­ished sixth and reached a cup final so we have given our­selves good foun­da­tions on which to build in the fu­ture.

“We’ve only ended up a cou­ple of points off third place and I can think of at least 12 silly points we have dropped dur­ing the course of the sea­son.

“We need to have a look at the young tal­ent al­ready at the club and also cast our eyes else­where to try and make the few ad­di­tions that will help us kick on again.”

Eddie Pat­ten scored at both ends for Nether­ton on Satur­day, fol­low­ing up an own goal with his first of the sea­son at the right end from the penalty spot. Ash Jack­son and Ben Cullen were their other scor­ers.

Else­where Crow­land won 4-0 at bot­tom side Al­con­bury thanks to James Ell­wood (2), Jor­dan Ayl­ward and Steve Pal­ing.

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