Pyatt returns to Lymington helm

Daily Echo: Pyatt returns to Lymington helm Pyatt returns to Lymington helm

JOHN Pyatt is back as manager of Sydenhams Premier Division club Lymington Town.

Pyatt, who led Town to Wessex League Cup success in 2006/07, has since been manager of Brockenhurst and, more recently, co-boss of Bashley.

He will be joined at Southampton Road by Nick Jones (assistant manager), Warren Kenna (player/coach) and ex-Christchurch No2 Bob Sullivan.

Lymington were on course for a top-ten finish last season, but fell away to 14th after ex-Portsmouth midfielder Stuart Doling stepped down as manager in March.

Meanwhile, another SWL Premier club, Whitchurch United, are in the hunt for a new first-team boss. Jim Macey has stepped down for personal reasons after four years in charge.

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