Back: Paul Roberts, Danny Carson,
Darren Moss, Martyn Lancaster, David Pendleton, Chris
Blackburn, Lee Hughes.
Centre: Matthew Conkie.
Front: David Lloyd, Phil Patterson, John Kerr, David Fogg, Matty Doughty,
Youth Team Pen Pics by Kim
Chris Blackburn Versatile
first year apprentice and a product of
the School of Excellence. Chris burst onto
the scene last year and caught the eye
with his attacking midfield play.
Danny Carson A midfield dynamo now
in his second year with the club. Holds
much promise for the future and has already
figured this season in the first team squad.
Matthew Conkie Last seasons Young Player
of the Year. Conks has grown in confidence and is a consistent
keeper who instils confidence in the defence.
Matty Doughty This young left sided player has
demonstrated in his short period with the club that he
is one to watch for the future. He has turned in some
mature performances operating at left back and is not
afraid to join in Citys attacking moves.
Lee Hughes A first year apprentice who is yet
to make his mark in the side. He has yet to start a game
but has made several appearances as substitute in a defensive
position. Another find from Citys School of Excellence.
Wes Kilgannon A local lad who has also come through
the School of Excellence route. An attacking player with
lots of confidence and an eye for goal.
Carl Rendell Last seasons prolific striker has
been dogged with a back injury which has kept him out
of the side this season. Carls striking power has
been sadly missed and his imminent return to the side
will be a welcome relief.
Martyn Lancaster Now in his second year with the
club Martyn has matured into and excellent prospect.
Originally playing on the flanks he has been converted
to a superb centre back role where his pace and strength
are his greatest assets.
David Lloyd A tricky little left sided attacking
player now in his second year. Lloydy is returning to
the good form showed last year after a series of niggling
Darren Moss Last seasons Most Improved Player,
Darren continues to demonstrate that he has a rosy future
in the game. His consistent performances at right back
and occasionally at centre back have been instrumental
in insuring that Citys defence has been solid this
Phil Patterson Now in his second year with the
club this diminutive player can operate wide on the right
but also his pace has been used effectively in a striking
role. Phil has an eye for goal and his strikes are usually
Paul Roberts Another product of Citys School
of Excellence. This attacking midfield player is yet
to burst onto the starting line up. He has made a number
of substitute appearances this season and shows promise
for the future.