It’s time to vote for March’s Living Well Moors Player of the Month.
March proved a busy month for the Moors, one which saw the team play no less than eight National League games.
The month also marked Mark Yates’ return to the club as manager following the departure of Jimmy Shan.
Yates endured a tough start to his second stint in charge but enjoyed a very strong end to the month as Moors finished with back-to-back wins.
The most eye-catching performance came in Moors’ last outing as Yates’ men brushed aside Wealdstone 3-0 at home on Tuesday night.
Ryan Barnett and Reiss McNally, who netted in that game, both find themselves on the list of nominees for March’s stand out performer.
March’s Living Well Player of the Month Nominees
Barnett only signed for Moors in mid-March but has started all four games since his arrival, producing several impressive performances.
The on-loan Shrewsbury winger’s direct style has added a threat to Moors’ play in the final third and his goal against the Stones was the icing on the cake.
Pouncing on a loose clearance, he showed great composure to stroke the ball into an empty net from 40 yards – a real touch of class.
Up next is McNally. Yates has put his trust in the 20-year-old and he hasn’t disappointed, looking assured next to Tyrone Williams in Moors’ defence.
Displaying a maturity beyond his years, McNally has helped secure back-to-back clean sheets in Moors’ last two outings.
The youngster has played every minute of the five games since Yates took charge - the only outfield player to do so.
Skipper Kyle Storer is the third in the running, the midfielder proving to be a calming influence when Moors have needed him most.
Storer started every game and missed only 30 minutes of action during the eight-game bumper month of March, leading by example in Moors’ engine room.
With Moors down to nine men, Storer showed real leadership to guide his side to a 1-0 win against Aldershot Town.
The fourth and final nominee is Ben Usher-Shipway. March saw the versatile right-back start the first two and last two games of the month.
Having been on loan at Rushall Olympic earlier in the season, the 22-year-old is now firmly in the first team picture.
Not only have his long-throws tested the opposition but his crosses from deep have also given them plenty to think about.
So there you have it, a run-down of the four Moors players nominated for the Living Well Player of the Month.
Voting is now LIVE via Twitter and will run until Tuesday lunchtime (12pm) when the winner will be announced across our social media channels.