March boss Taylor praises 'top team in the league' over last 12 games
March Town manager Ash Taylor was full of praise for his talented squad as they kept up their fantastic unbeaten run with a 2-0 home win against Woodbridge Town this afternoon.
After goals from Eoin McQuaid and Jack Friend secured victory, Taylor said: "Over the last 12 games and three months we have been the top team in this league and I am so proud of the players for putting that consistency together.
"We don't think we've made it and we're going to win the league next season or anything like that, but we understand we've got to keep doing the good things we have been doing, with the right attitude and the right focus and we will keep going in the right direction. That's the way we see it.
"I was really happy with the performance today. In the first half we played really well, started on the front foot and created lots of opportunities.
"It was a case of being patient and not getting frustrated when things weren't going our way. We kept at it and Eoin McQuaid scored an absolutely fantastic goal from outside the box. He's got that ability and he causes teams problems.
"Second half was tough in the conditions but we managed the game superbly, defended our box really well against a big, physical team and thoroughly deserved the win."
Taylor has brought Scott Callaghan back into the fold over the last couple of games,and today he excelled in front of a back two comprising of Dean Miller and Danny Emmington.
The manager added: "The last two games Scott has been fantastic for us. He's had to be patient and he's been in the reserves, but his attitude has been spot on and he was very important today and was very good in the air too.
"With a striker like Mark Ray we had to make sure we limited the service to him and Scott did really well.
"Adam Brumby at left back was superb too, he was fantastic, but everyone put in so much effort and we have that togetherness where no-one wants to let the team down."
March have their second blank Saturday of the month next Saturday and Taylor added: "It's a little bit frustrating really as when you have momentum you want the games to keep coming, but we didn't have a game last Saturday and have performed really well after that break and everyone looked fresh.
"We will train on Saturday and Tuesday to be ready for Long Melford at home on March 5."