Banbridge Town’s management team are enterting a new era after Ryan Watson’s Assistant Manager stepped down from the club.
After getting a new job, Barry Taylor has left his role at the club with Mark Kerr stepping up to fill the gap.
“I want to pay tribute and give my thanks to Barry for all of his hard work and everything that he has put into his role,” said Watson
“He has been with me since we took over the job at banbridge Town and it’s sad to see him go.
“Mark Kerr has now stepped up to the job from his role at First Team Coach. He does an excellent job at the club and we will hopefully go from strength to strength now.
“We’re not looking to bring in anyone else because we have a good team of coaches here in Neil Watson and Stephen McCreanor.”
Watson’s side picked up their first league win at Crystal Park this season at the weekend, much to the boss’ delight.
“We did well and we got the job done,” he said.
“The players have been training very well and there has been a very good feeling about the place even though some results hadn’t gone our way.”