Lloyd and players celebrate title success

PUBLISHED: 18:22 06 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:14 26 October 2009

Town manager Trevor Lloyd

Town manager Trevor Lloyd

MANAGER Trevor Lloyd and his Town players enjoyed a deserved end-of-season celebration last Wednesday night – even if they don t remember too much about it! Jason Beck, Lewis Owen and Lewis Field scored the goals to defeat last season s champions Whiteweb

Jason Beck scored against Whitewebbs

MANAGER Trevor Lloyd and his Town players enjoyed a deserved end-of-season celebration last Wednesday night - even if they don't remember too much about it!

Jason Beck, Lewis Owen and Lewis Field scored the goals to defeat last season's champions Whitewebbs, and the celebrations kicked off the following evening with a meal booked at 5pm in Earls Court, as Lloyd explains.

"A few of us went for a meal into London, to celebrate the season's successes, and let's just say starting on the wine so early is not the best idea," he said.

"There were a fair few bottles gone by the end of the meal, and the night was still young, so the next day was always going to be a bit of a struggle!"

Lloyd is looking forward to next season following a terrific 2007-08 campaign which has seen his side top the Herts Senior County League Premier Division with 73 points and an incredible 98 goals from just 30 games.

And he believes this season's squad is more than good enough for the step up to the Molten Spartan South Midlands League.

He said: "The 14 or 15 who have formed the main squad this season have been fantastic, and I hope to keep them all.

"I am extremely proud of all the players, and remember, a lot of them are young lads.

"But I think they have been too good for this level this season, and will relish the step up, and I have every confidence in them."

Town fans and officials alike will be hoping Lloyd and the team will be back celebrating on the wine again this time next year!


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