Written by Ricky Carroll
Taylor Robinson is destroying the WESFA this season with his goalscoring exploits. At the time of writing, he has 42 goals in 29 games. He was instrumental in Bayswater reaching the London cup quarter-final this season! Taylor is a goalscoring machine. He is always sitting on the shoulder of the last defender, and his movement is superb. He proved his goalscoring instincts were lethal against SAHA in the London cup - when at 2-0 down, he pounced on a defensive mistake to pull Bayswater back into the game. The equaliser was classic Robinson. A beautiful ball - was floated into the box, and he ghosted between two defenders to head the ball past the despairing SAHA keeper. His aerial ability is one of his best assets, as proven on many occasions this season. Taylor is a difficult player to mark. He's always sitting on the shoulder of the last defender, looking to run in behind, and utilise his electric pace! If a defender switches off for just a moment, Taylor will punish them. He's proved his goalscoring instincts on numerous occasions this season. Taylor was at his lethal best against Baldon Sports when he scored 4 in a resounding win for Bayswater in the Dewar Shield. He was also in superb form against Jam earlier this season when he scored two in a brilliant 4-1 win for Bayswater. There are plenty of lethal strikers in Sunday league - and with 42 goals this season at the time of writing, Taylor is, without doubt, one of the deadliest strikers in Sunday league.