Taddy stop the rot with important Winterton victory

hsb  Terry Taylor playing for Tadcaster Albion against Retford United.  (120107M1g)
hsb Terry Taylor playing for Tadcaster Albion against Retford United. (120107M1g)

AFTER six games without a win, Tadcaster Albion are back on the NCEL Premier victory trail.

Now boss Paul Marshall wants maximum points from their remaining four fixtures in a bid to finish with more points than last year’s total.

The magic 70-point barrier is there to be smashed.

But it will take some doing with a number of tough games on the horizon.

Barton Town Old Boys are the visitors tomorrow (3pm ko) before Staveley Miners Welfare make the trip to The Park on Wednesday night (7.45pm ko).

Both clubs were involved in an interesting battle on Saturday.

With Barton 6-0 up, the game was abandoned due to a waterlogged pitch, much to the anger if the Barton supporters.

“We owe Barton one after the cup defeat,” said Marshall.

“We’ve got four games left now. We’re looking to win them all.

“If we do we will finish on two more points than last season. That’s the goal now.”

On Saturday goals by Robert Pell (26), who was moved up front by his manager for the game, Nathan Kamara (32) and Nick Thompson (89) sealed the important win.

It was an important reaction after their recent 3-0 home loss to Arnold.

“It was important to bounce back from that game, we were awful in the second half,” added Marshall.

“Hopefully we can go on a bit of a run now.”

Pell is missing tomorrow. Marshall should, however, have a strong squad to pick from.