Zac Rose became the youngest player to reach 100 first team appearances as they side won 5-1 at St Neots Town Reserves at the weekend.
Rose began his Lions career as a 16 year-old during our challenging days in the South Midlands League a few years ago, but has been a part of the stabilisation and resurgence of the club over the last three years.
He could have reached the mark sooner, but for a double leg break in pre-season, which has seen him return in recent weeks.
Rose said ‘I’d like to thank Andy Landesberg, Steve Grenfell, Darren Yarlett and Tony Gold who have given me the opportunity over the last few years to play for a great club. I have really enjoyed my football, playing with some great teammates and winning trophies. I hope to be part of this successful team for years to come’.
Rose – a versatile defender – will look to improve his goal ratio, having netted just once over his first 100 games, but will no doubt rack up more as at 20 years of age, he has plenty more to come.