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Brett quits playing because of injury


BRETT Trowbridge, who rejoined Southern Premier South leaders Taunton Town in the summer, has retired due to injury.

Trowbridge, a utility player, started his career at Bridgwater where he played for six seasons before going on to play for Weston super Mare, Yate Town and Taunton.
He was in his third stint with Taunton, having returned to the Viridor Stadium in the summer from Street who won the Premier Division of the Toolstation League last season.
In total he made 129 appearances for Taunton, scoring five goals.
He said: "I have been struggling with injuries for a short while now. I also have a young family that I wish to spend more time with and I feel the time is right to call it a day.
"I wish everyone at the club huge success in the future."
Trowbridge captained Taunton's side when it reached the first round proper of the FA Cup in the 2016-17 season.
He remained a regular in the side the following season as the Peacocks won promotion to Southern Premier South before an eye socket injury kept him sidelined for the second half of the season.

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