Three standout players for Carmarthen Town this season

In a season of optimism at Richmond Park, Carmarthen have managed to grab themselves top six spot. Whilst Mark Aizlewood’s men have all performed admirably to avoid the dreaded fear of the relegation scrap come the end of the season, three men have stood out in particular for the Old Gold. 

Kyle Bassett

The former Cardiff City youth product may have failed to make the grade in the Football League, however has really found his feet in the Welsh Leagues.

With pace in abundance, Bassett has been in terrific form this season on the flanks. The winger has been as consistent as ever for Aizlewood’s side and was magnificent in their recent win over Cardiff Met in Phase One.

He’ll be hoping to add to his goal tally in Phase Two to guide the Old Gold into Europe come the end of the season.

Lee Surman

The 30 year-old centre half is a well travelled defender, but has really proved his worth at the Carmarthenshire club this season.

The skipper has impressed with his leadership on the pitch this season and has been a key cog in guiding the young Carmarthen team into the top six this term.

His experience is invaluable to the side as they aim to bag an European site.

Declan Carroll

The midfielder who joined the club this summer from relegated outfit Haverfordwest County, has been a bright spark in a solid Carmarthen side. 

Known for their defensive solidity, Carroll has brought an energy and creativeness that has been absent in the side in recent years.

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The fans will be hoping he can replicate his form as we near the season’s end. 

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