Bridlington Town striker Logan continues form in front of goal at Garforth

Bridlington Town’s Billy Logan admits that he is enjoying his football and his side’s recent form after his goal helped the Seasiders to a 1-1 draw at Garforth Town on Saturday.

Thursday, 30th January 2020, 1:26 pm
Updated Thursday, 30th January 2020, 1:26 pm
Billy Logan in action. Picture by Dom Taylor.
Billy Logan in action. Picture by Dom Taylor.

Logan’s 65th-minute strike helped Brett Agnew’s side grab a share of the spoils on Saturday after a Sam Barker goal had the hosts 1-0 ahead at the interval.

He said: “I’m really enjoying my football and we’re on a good run of form at the moment, which is building confidence.”

Logan has netted eight times for his side in 13 league games this season and is delighted to contribute both on and off the pitch.

“It’s always nice to score goals and know that you’re helping the team when it comes to picking up the three points,” he added.

“Having Joe (McFadyen) also scoring goals helps me and with him returning from being sidelined it’ll be like a new signing for the side.”

The former Scarborough Athletic and Pickering Town striker insists that it was two points dropped for the Seasiders.

Logan added: “It was one of those end-to-end matches and we could have won or lost the game.

“We all chatted after the game and felt like it was points dropped rather than a point gained and that just shows the overall mentality in the squad,”

His side sit in sixth place in the Northern Counties East League with a tough game against Knaresborough coming up.

“We’re in a really good position at the moment and being out of the light of others definitely suits us as a team,” Logan added.

“If we can keep this run going we will eventually move up the table even more and hopefully start to challenge the top three.

“Brett (Agnew) has massively helped me and he’s installed that winning mentality across the board which has helped us.”