“To receive the majority of the fans’ votes is fantastic, as they’re the ones who have been with us since day one, in what’s been a tough season”
Webb joined Llandudno this Summer and has had a fantastic 2019 so far on a personal level, scoring 4 goals since the turn of the year.
He got the equaliser away at Cefn Druids earlier in the month which was a beautiful team goal including Les Davies and George Harry, and Webby’s pace has threatened teams all
“To receive the majority of the fans’ votes is fantastic, as they’re the ones who have been with us since day one, in what’s been a tough season.” Said Webb
“It’s definitely an accolade to be proud of as well, given the quality of individuals we have in the squad.”
It’s Carmarthen Town away up next and the team needs to avoid defeat in order to keep the fight alive for safety, and Webby says the lads understand the scale of the task.
“There’s no doubt the Aber result was a painful one. We feel as though we did enough to get something from that game, but things just seemed to be going against us on the day.”
“We understand the scale of the task but we will approach every game with 100% intensity and fight until the very end.”
On a personal note, Webby has improved all season and the brace against Caernarfon away and the hat trick at home to Llanelli will stand out as his best games so far.
“I think there’s always an adjustment period in playing in a new league. It also takes time for players to gain an understanding of your own game, and I feel that is something that has
developed as the season has progressed. A lot of credit has to go to them.” Said Webby
Llandudno face Carmarthen on Saturday and after beating them in the reverse fixture of Phase Two, Webb says the lads have confidence that they can go there and pick up the three points to keep the season alive.
“It’s absolutely massive. Everyone is aware that we have to win to keep the hopes alive. We have great lads in the changing room, and we will go there with confidence in our ability to get the three points.”
A win on Saturday would put us five points behind Carmarthen with three games to go against Cardiff Met, Llanelli and Cefn Druids respectively.
Updated 15:57 - 2 Apr 2019 by Geraint Roberts