Skelmersdale United’s young midfielder Seb Bradshaw will remain with the club for next season.
The 17-year-old stepped up from the youth setup at the beginning of the year making his debut at home to eventual NPL champions Blyth Spartans before a substitute appearance away at Warrington Town.
The new era under Alan Rogers saw Seb earn back-to-back starts but the visit to Corby Town in March saw him come off the bench and despite suffering defeat, really making a name for himself against an strong team.
The post match-reaction saw him receive glowing praise and led to a run of four starts in five games. His debut season saw him make 15 appearances for the club.
Alan Rogers commented ” Seb is a very bright young talent who will get better and better with experience and will surely play at a higher level in the future. Next season, I (Alan) will be personally monitoring the youth team and if lads are doing well they will be stepping up.”
Source: Skelmersdale United