The three-one Torquay United away romp following on from the Tranmere Rovers and Aldershot Town wins ensured the Lincoln City Loco entered the play-offs. Nosebleed time for one of the longest serving League clubs perhaps ahead of a second successive away test tomorrow night (Wed 25th) at Boreham Wood FC. Moyses mission certainly seems to be gathering steam among the loyalist fans in football but it is the emerging City of Lincoln that needs the Football League every bit as much as the vociferous and Mighty Imps.
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The long-overdue brace from Waterfall (16’& 74′) – it could have been a hat-trick for the centre-half – with hit-man Hearn chiming in with his eighth of the season (25′) saw the fifth placed play-off birth realised but it has been coming. The Mighty Imps go into this one looking for their fourth win on the spin having won four and lost one of their last five excluding the Cup. Then again Lincoln do not traditionally do well in the FA Cup which would afford the much needed gravy to really float the City boat.
|2||Forest Green R…||22||13||4||5||38||23||+15||43||DWDWL|
Those that cannot go will be huddled around their transistor radios listening to BBC RADIO LINCS with Sportin Hortin and Tommos dulcet tones, a throw back to the traditional values the Cathedral City casts far and wide. The Mighty Imps will however be well backed, as ever, for the long trip to Hertfordshire on the morrow with more than a few borrowing money to go. They should be forgiven for this is Christmas come early for a club managed by a fan who has put his own dough in to fuel the dream and prove he is the man with a plan that can.
Moyses, a firm but fair straight talking man motivator, could get some help with that ahead of the transfer window as the turnstile clicks gather pace. With 3176 at the last Tranmere home game a win tonight could see 3500 at home to Welling on Saturday – and they wont be bringing many. A crowd funder initiative raised £16,440 to fund this side in the summer as the fans did their bit pre-season but now is the time to get on the Lincoln Loco and cheer the Imps over the line with a new crowdfunder initiative – So come on imps back Moyses Mission The Next Goal #teamlincoln.
STMI have compiled the Vanarama Conference Premier clubs main fans forums for 2014/15 for AFC Telford, Aldershot Town, Alfreton, Altrincham, Barnet FC, Braintree Town, Bristol Rovers, Chester, Dartford, Dover Athletic, Eastleigh, Forest Freen Rovers, Gateshead FC, FC Halifax, Grimsby Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Lincoln City, Macclesfield Town, Southport FC, Torquay United, Welling, Woking and Wrexham . As ever if we have missed any or you want to be added just leave a link in the comment box at the bottom of the article. For those wanting to check out those who have left the fold last years list is below that of this season. It is well worth stopping by the Hereford and Salisbury sites.
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So what are we all talking about? Do our beloved teams give us nice dreams, fill us with screams or are we gossiping about those behind the scenes? Here are the forums the chat rooms warts and all……………..
For those wanting to check out those who have left the fold here is last years list. It is well worth stopping by the Hereford and Salisbury sites.
Barnet FC may be top but FC Halifax, Wrexham FC , Kidderminster Harriers, Torquay United and Grimsby Town seem to be keeping pace. The Gulls in particular are looking very dangerous.
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Barnet FC Super sub Luisma Villa scored a worldie to deny 10-man Alfreton Town and keep the Bees buzzing at the top of the Vanarama conference on Non-League Day. The Bees dominated however against the run of play McDonald headed the People’s Premiership basement boys ahead early doors second half. Turner then saw red cutting Akinde down in his prime and MacDonald levelled from the spot. Villa thundered a top drawer decider at the death – the Bees sem to to cornering the contenders for goal of the season on their own – that is three candidates in two games.
A late Dyer strike gave FC Halifax a late 1-0 home win over Aldershot to keep them in the hunt and second only on goal difference. Woking move third after two Morgan strikes and a peach of a free-kick from Payne gave the cards a 3-1 win over Lincoln. Kidderminster beat rivals Gateshead FC 2-1 thanks to a Reid strike and a Blissett header. Shaw got one back for The Heed, but unless Harriers get money in fast the squad exodus could see their dreams in tatters.
Newly promoted Eastleigh continue to impress and move fifth. Jai Reason curled in a 25-yard beauty Joe Connor equalised poking past Flitney. But Eastleigh had Collins to thank for the three point haul when he headed into his own net at the death. Wrexham knocked Forest Green down a peg or six and move to seventh after yet another brilliant free-kick from Moult. Undefeated FGR looked on in disbelief as a 25-yard wonder strike, Moult’s fourth goal in five games settled a tight affair to give the Dragons a third win on the spin.
Telford 1 Dover 4
Scorers: Telford Phenix 19′ Dover: Bonner 38′ Reid 76′, 90′ Miller 87′
Ref: Robert Jones
1 Hedge 5 Akrigg 16 McDonald 3 Lever 8 Barnett (replaced by Platt – 88′) 7 Phenix (replaced by Cooke – 78′)11 Clancy (replaced by Todd – 88′) 2 Baynes, 22 O’Keefe 10 Gray 9 Farrell
4 Byrne 12 Cooke 13 Pryce 17 Platt 21 Todd
1 Walker 6 Orlu 26 Bonner 12 Lock 16 Sterling 29 Essam 28 Taiwo 2 Stone 17 Deverdics (replaced by Wynter – 89′)14 Payne (replaced by Miller – 64′) 9 Elder (replaced by Reid – 46′)
3 Wynter 4 Kinnear 19 Reid 20 Nanetti 27 Miller
Scorers: Altrincham Reeves 41′, 47′ Dartford Bradbrook 83′
Ref: Stephen Ross
17 Parton 25 Cavanagh 5 Havern 16 Marshall 6 Leather 3 Griffin 18 Williams (replaced by Moult – 80′)19 Crowther (replaced by Richman – 84′) 14 Perry 11 Clee (replaced by Lawrie – 14′) 10 Reeves
1 Coburn 4 Moult 7 Lawrie 8 Richman 9 Gillespie
1 Brown 4 McAuley 14 Mitchell-King 3 Green (Yellow) 8 Noble (replaced by Bradbrook – 58′) 9 Daley 15 Collier (Yellow) 5 Bradbrook 16 Sweeney 11 Harris (replaced by Hayes – 67′) 10 Pugh (replaced by Crawford – 58′)
6 Cornhill 7 Hayes 17 Crawford 21 Ibrahim 23 Bradbrook
Ref: Paul Rees
1 Stack 5 N’Gala 6 Stephens (Yellow) 4 Saville (replaced by Muggleton – 52′) 8 Weston (Yellow)11 Cook 14 Togwell (replaced by Stevens – 82′) 18 Gambin (Yellow & replaced by Villa Lopez – 62′) 2 Yiadom 9 Akinde 10 MacDonald
15 Villa Lopez 17 Muggleton 20 Nurse 23 Mekki 29 Stevens
20 Dawson (Yellow) 3 Rowe-Turner (Red) 2 Wood 5 Graham 10 Bradley (replaced by Sheridan – 46′) 15 Keane 12 Shaw 16 Gray 21 Thanoj 17 McDonald (replaced by Gorman – 65′) 18 Ironside (Relaced by Igiehon – 76′ who was Booked)
7 Hicks 8 Stevenson 14 Sheridan 19 Igiehon 22 Gorman
Ref: Daniel Cook
1 Hamann 6 Massey 3 Habergham 2 Brundle 20 Clerima 26 Mulley 4 Isaac 8 Davis 11 Sparkes (replaced by Walker – 73′) 15 Akinola (replaced by Bakare – 91′) 18 Cox (replaced by Smith – 85′)
7 Walker 9 Marks 12 Bakare 14 Smith 29 Pentney
1 Mildenhall 3 Brown 15 Trotman 4 Lockyer 6 Parkes (replaced by Sinclair – 62′) 8 Clarke 16 Martin 7 Mansell (Yellow)
23 Monkhouse 27 Cunnington (replaced by Brunt – 73′) 14 White (Taylor – 60′)
9 Brunt 10 Taylor 24 Sinclair 25 Puddy 28 Wilson
Ref: Richard Wigglesworth
1 Worsnop 6 Charnock 3 Roberts 4 Kay (Yellow) 17 Harrison 15 Hall (replaced by Mahon – 69′) 10 Rooney 22 Heneghan 8 James 16 McConville 19 Hobson
7 Mahon 9 Iwelumo 13 Roberts 18 Riley 24 Morris
1 Taylor 2 Halls (Yellow) 5 Pilkington 4 Waterfall (Yellow) 3 Barrow (Yellow) 11 Moke (replaced by Holroyd – 43′) 8 Lewis 6 Turnbull (yellow) 19 Rouse (replaced by Haining – 80′) 10 Fairhurst 14 Gnahoua
9 Holroyd 12 Cowan 15 Haining 18 González Díaz 20 Branagan
Scorers: Eastleigh Reason 49′ Collins 90′ (og) Southport Connor 63′
Ref: Adam Bromley
1 Flitney 5 Beckwith 17 Reid 3 Green 2 Spence 10 Reason 14 Strevens 4 Collins (replaced by Fleetwood – 76′) 11 McAllister (replaced by Wright – 77′) 12 Midson (replaced by Odubade – 77′) 9 Constable
7 Odubade 13 Fleetwood 16 Evans 19 Wright 21 Noice
1 Lloyd-Weston 15 Connor 5 Collins 6 Foster 3 Fitzpatrick 11 Brogan 8 George 4 Kay 7 Evans (replaced by Rutherford – 65′ who was booked) 18 Marsden 10 Brodie
9 Hattersley 13 Gorman 16 Rutherford 20 Smith 22 Mitchell
Ref: Wayne Barratt
FC Halifax Town
27 Glennon 2 Bolton 14 Williams 3 McManus 4 Roberts 20 Maynard 8 Marshall (yellow) 5 Pearson 9 Jackson (replaced by Dyer – 61′) 19 Boden 7 Smith (replaced by Schofield – 85′)
1 Senior 06 Ainge 10 Dyer 15 Roberts 22 Schofield
1 Smith 5 Wilson 3 Tonkin (N’Guessan – 79′) 02 Oastler 12 Gibbs 7 Hatton 4 Lathrope (replaced by Fitchett – 79′) 16 Forbes 14 Roberts 9 Williams 11 Scott (Yellow)
10 Fitchett13 Thomas 17 Diallo 18 N’Guessan (replaced Derry – 84′) 19 Derry
Ref: Dean Treleaven
Forest Green Rovers
1 Russell 3 Stokes 26 Coles 5 Oliver 8 Wedgbury (yellow) 18 Frear (Guthrie – 67′ who was Booked )19 Sinclair 10 Kelly (replaced by Hughes – 67′ who then saw red) 2 Pipe 20 Parkin (Yellow)7 Norwood (Yellow)
6 Bennett 11 Hughes 13 Arnold 15 Oshodi 17 Guthrie
13 Bachmann 5 Hudson 4 Smith 3 Ashton 6 Clarke 26 Hunt 2 Carrington 15 Evans (yellow) 24 Jennings 16 York 9 Moult (replaced by Bishop – 90′ )
7 Durrell 08 Harris 10 Bishop 11 Bailey-Jones 18 White
Ref: John Brooks
1 McKeown 5 Pearson 6 Magnay 2 Bignot 22 Nsiala 07 Mackreth (replaced Hannah – 67′)16 Clay 26 McLaughlin (replaced by Disley – 79′) 4 Brown 11 Neilson 18 Pittman (replaced by Arnold – 76′)
8 Disley 10 Hannah 12 Doig 20 Arnold 24 Walker
13 Turner 6 Bush (Yellow & replaced by Fyfield – 76′) 14 Jefford 5 Fagan 4 Gallagher (Yellow) 27 Day (Yellow) 10 St Aimie (replaced by Marsh – 29′) 8 Beautyman 2 Fazackerley 16 Nouble 24 Hudson (Yellow)
Ref: Darren England
1 Lewis 28 Nicholson 15 Grimes 6 Dunkley 30 Gowling 2 Hodgkiss 4 Storer 7 Byrne 10 Reid (Styche – 67′) 8 Johnson (yellow) 13 Blissett (replaced by Gash – 72′)
9 Gash 11 Styche 17 Verma 18 Gittings 19 Singh
1 Bartlett 5 Curtis 6 Clark 4 Chandler 8 Turnbull Booked (replaced Guy – 81′) 18 O’Donnell 7 Oster (Ramshaw – 61′) 23 Rodman Booked (replaced Allan – 82′) 2 Jones (yellow)
29 Wright 9 Shaw
10 Guy 12 Ramshaw 15 Allan 16 Baxter 21 McDermott
Ref: Brett Huxtable
1 Rice 4 Downes 2 Tonge 3 Cruise 21 MacDonald (yellow) 10 Ajala 11 Cameron (replaced by Chapell – 31′)
16 Richards Booked (replaced by Wakefield – 80′) 8 Young 24 Ofori-Acheampong (replaced by Yeoman – 72′)9 Bowman
5 Pearce 12 Chapell 14 Yeoman 22 Wakefield 23 Seabright
1 Charles-Cook 24 Geohaghon 03 Franklin (replaced by Quinn – 69′) 17 Smith 2 Starosta 11 Streete 26 Fowler (replaced by Dyer – 46′) 18 Brown (2 x Y = red) 6 Walker (yellow) 10 Brown 25 Curran
8 John 14 Waite 19 Wren 21 Quinn 22 Dyer
Ref: David Rock
1 Howe 21 Jones 5 McNerney 6 Clarke 7 Payne 4 Ricketts 32 Arthur (yellow & replaced Arnold – 82′)10 Sole (replaced Goddard – 56′) 24 Morgan 14 Lewis (replaced Cestor – 66′) 9 Rendell
3 Cestor 20 Beckles 22 Goddard 31 Little 33 Arnold
26 Townsend 6 Diagne 17 Caprice (replaced by Kabba – 76′) 3 Newton 14 Nolan 8 Power (Ledsham – 72′) 12 Mendy 5 Bencherif
15 Sam-Yorke (replaced by Marshall – 65′) 11 Tomlinson 9 Burrow
1 Farman 4 Jordan 7 Kabba 10 Ledsham 22 Marshall
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|11||Forest Green Rovers||7||3||3||1||8||5||+3||12|
|23||AFC Telford United||7||0||2||5||8||16||-8||2|
We thought we would miss Luton Town but Bristol Rovers, Wrexham FC, Grimsby Town, Chester City and Lincoln fans take a bow! Although Torquay United, Aldershot Town and Forest Green Rovers sit not too far behind. Welcome to the first Vanarama Conference attendance of the 2014/15 season
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What a healthy set of statistics we have after 5 games with Bristol Rovers against Grimsby attracting 7,019, Wrexham attracting 4,068 against Gateshead and FGR enjoying a bumper 3,781 for the West Country derby against Bristol Rovers. The Mariners managed 3,710 at home to Nuneaton but the Imps look likely get into the top two when they entertain the Mariners early next month. Grimsby look set to bring 1800 and, with both the Lincolnshire giants flying a massive crowd is assured.
The People’s Premiership may not have the cash of the top tier but you can get a ticket and experience traditional football full of thrills and spills in the flesh. So to cut to the chase then fellow football fans.
|Team (League position)||Pld||Total||Highest||Average|
|1||Bristol Rovers 16||2||12469||7019||6235|
|3||Grimsby Town (8)||3||10877||3710||3626|
|5||Lincoln City (5)||2||4829||2598||2415|
|6||Torquay United (14)||3||6027||2135||2009|
|7||Aldershot Town (12)||2||3970||2006||1985|
|8||Forest Green Rovers (3)||3||5820||3781||1940|
|9||Kidderminster Harriers (10)||3||5616||2304||1872|
|10||Gateshead FC (6)||2||3547||1782||1774|
|11||Halifax Town (1)||3||5169||2369||1723|
|13||AFC Telford (20)||3||4695||1655||1565|
|16||Macclesfield Town (11)||2||2716||1407||1358|
|19||Dover Athletic (18)||2||2108||1321||1054|
|21||Nuneaton Town (23)||2||1798||935||899|
|22||Alfreton Town (24)||2||1529||916||765|
|23||Braintree Town (13)||3||2244||800||748|
|24||Welling United (22)||2||1245||634||623|
With Lee Gregory of Halifax Town and Andre Gray of Luton Town well clear of Brett Williams of Aldershot Town and fellow Hatter Paul Benson in the goal charts; Ben Tomlinson of Lincoln City still has a rather elusive milestones to reach. STMI also wish Luton congratulations – we said Still was the man to take you back to the promised land – the Conference will be much the poorer without you and your hordes at the turnstiles.
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Hopefully the fitness doubts that robbed the Hatters of Gray’s prowess against Braintree will enable him to make up the one goal deficit to crown a superb season for the goal machine and the Hatters. Gregory got back to scoring ways, after two without a goal, to edge ahead with a goal in the 4-0 romp at Barnet.
No one should bet against either to break thirty goals to take the honours, but Gregory has to be the favourite. Prior to the short barren spell he had plundered seven in four games, including a brace against Alfreton and a treble at the well tanned Hyde. Gray has just one in his last six games, although he bagged 5 in 3 including a treble at the Bulls in a seven nil rampage. Williams of Aldershot (21) and fellow Hatter Benson(17) look too off the pace to trouble the top two crackshots.
Tomlinson, in 5th meanwhile, has just three games to bag the two goals he needs to break the twenty goal barrier and emulate Simon Yeo (21 almost a decade ago). Currently on 18 goals in all competitions STMIs tip for 20 this season has been sidelined by a three match suspension thanks to 15 yellow cards, but who would bet against a passionate talismanic figure hitting an elusive target during another frustrating season for a club of the Mighty Imps stature? Imps can click here for the hoped-for goal machines of 2013/14.
Top 20 Skrill Premier Goal Machines
|2||Andre Gray||Luton Town||27|
|3||Brett Williams||Aldershot Town||21|
|4||Paul Benson||Luton Town||17|
|5||Ben Tomlinson||Lincoln City||16|
|Scott Boden||Macclesfield Town||16|
|James Norwood||Forest Green Rovers||16|
|John Akinde||Alfreton Town||16|
|Connor Jennings||Grimsby Town||15|
|11||Louis Moult||Nuneaton Town||14|
|12||Luke Guttridge||Luton Town||13|
|Dan Fitchett||Salisbury City||13|
|Dan Holman||Braintree Town||13|
|16||Yan Klukowski||Forest Green Rovers||12|
|Luke Berry||Cambridge United||12|
|19||Michael Gash||Kidderminster Harriers||11|
Former Lincoln City and Mansfield Town manager David Holdsworth may want to give his brother Dean (who got Aldershot Town relegated) and his nephew a helping hand after both left Chelmsford City today. That is of course if he has time as he has been a very busy lad in the transfer market…….
Vic Erzantarz gets the abacus out
The Clarets lost 6-0 to Boreham Wood in the Conference South on Saturday and have now lost 8 of their last 11 games. City sit 17th in the table after just four wins from thirteen this term. Dean, with a massively redused budget it must be said, agreed to stand down after just five months in charge – this off the back of almost getting Aldershot relegated although Andy Scott got the honour – with assistant Kenny Brown put in caretaker charge of the side. Holdsworth’s son Jordan, a striker, has also left the club.
David meanwhile is getting busy at his Goole gig, with three new faces on Friday alone. Midfielder Anton Fosterjoins from Matlock, striker Ryan Williams joins from Guiseley AFC on dual registration and defender Jack Freeman from AFC Darwen in the North West Counties League. Goole beat Chasetown 3-1 on Saturday to move to 14th as Holdsworth and Chairman Baron’s brave new dawn continues.
The previous week was even busier with 6 out and 4 in as David Holdsworth looked to ring the changes. The released half dozen were George Wysocki, Brice Tiani, Regis Kimba-Mavambu, Chris Ovington, Matt Semley and Nick Guest. The arrivals were former Scunthorpe United, forward Reece Richiardi, former Crystal Palace forward William Johnson-Cole, former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder James Cottingham from Worksop Town (waiting on the registration) and former Notts County and Mansfield Town winger Danny Bisungu who is awaiting international clearance.
Luton Town, Chester FC, Cambridge Utd, Lincoln & Grimsby Town still top the Away stats, with Wrexham FC, Barnet FC, Aldershot Town, FC Halifax and Kidderminster Harriers all still above the 200 mark.
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The Hatters hordes continue to raise the bar with an unbelievable take to Tamworth – 1199 (and that is/was some round trip). Aldershot also took a credible 193 to Impdom, with Grimsby taking 285 & 272 all the way to Salisbury & Aldershot respectively, to move within 10 of the Imps average away support. The Lincoln legions topped the Fishy foe however with 483 to Nuneaton.
Cambridge are travelling well too with 331 at Chester who continue to confound their League position with 220 at Alfreton. The League leaders also took 239 to the Fishy foe on a Tuesday night.
The second highest for the month was the Hatters once again with 840 trooping down to Aldershot. Barnet mustered 358 for Welling, with 260 Shaymen at Luton and The Harriers also took 259 to Chester.
Outstanding support as ever with every regular traveller deserving a medal for what they shell out financially and emotionally for the cause. Here is the table in full, please feel free to put a link on your forums to ensure STMI get the reads. Our prof is a sad so and so but he his harmless really.
|Total turnstile clicks||Away-days||Average|
Luton Town, Wrexham FC, Grimsby Town and Cambridge United all top 3,000 with Lincoln, Chester FC, Aldershot and Kidderminster Harriers all averaging over 2,000 home gates in the Skrill Premier League so far this season.
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The Luton Town effect has seen them not only pitch in with a seventh of the total turnstile clicks for the SPL (just under 352,000 with an 1826 average), but also feature in seven of their counterparts seasonal highs (we will cover the away crowds separately later today). Lincoln City have featured in four, which is incredible given our mid-table position.
Home stats (to Oct 31 3013)
|15||Forest Green Rovers||8,397||1,199||1858|
Former Bristol City, Aldershot Town and Hereford United striker Marlon Jackson has signed on loan from Bury FC until we meet Grimsby Town on Boxing Day, In new City Striker Marlon Jackson we have someone who is coming to Sincil Bank to kick-start his and The Imps season. His first chance will be against Worcester City with the last against Grimsby Town on Boxing day in the mouthwatering Lincolnshire Derby. This could earn him a permanent deal but he and Tommo look to be just two of an exciting new trio at Sincil Bank.
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Marlon is a fantastic footballer, with skill, strength and determination, yet he has been unable to dislodge some big names and reputations ahead of him at Bury. His pace and skill should ensure his Sincil Bank gig will be a fruitful one, with manager Simmo eager to get him on a permanent deal in the summer before Bury stepped in. Not only was the money a little rich for us, but a return to the league was just too much for the talented forward to turn down.
Hopefully this is a case of better late than never for both the player and the manager, with neither having too much luck on the goals front this season. Lincoln have been shorn of pace due to injuries to Yussuf and Wright, with the tall target man option also taken from us when Oliver was sold to Crewe. Marlon is 6′ 1″ but even though he is not the target man the Imps seek, his ability to play anywhere across the front three suggests he is the first part of the jigsaw. The apex, or final piece, should come next week when a 6′ 3″ mystery long-term target man looks set to become available.
Of course for this to happen, the Imps need the £20,000 from the cup tie today, of which £12,500 comes from prize money to the winners. Marlon has a knack for goals on his debut and he is certainly the live-wire we have been missing since Danny Rowe went down with injury. With two new forwards in the side to take us through until Danny Boy is back in November, the Imps season will feel as if it is back up and running in the next few days.
The Aldershot Town, Barnet FC, Luton Town (x2) Macclesfield Town and Welling FC hotshots are being trumped by Nuneaton Town striker Louis Moult (9 goals) and at the moment in the race for the STMI Skrill Premier muddy boot prize. Aldershot’s Brett Williams is second along with Barnet’s Keanu Marsh-Brown on 7 strikes after his penalty decider against the Imps
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Luton have two players in joint fourth with Luke Guttridge and Andre Gray on 6 goals apiece along with Cambridge Utd’s Adam Cunnington Macclesfield’s Connor Jennings and Welling’s Ross Lafayette. Ross’s team-mate Lee Clarke is just a goal behind on five along with Ben Tomlinson sitting joint 9th.
Top 20 SPL Goal Machines
|1||Louis Moult||Nuneaton Town||9|
|2||Brett Williams||Aldershot Town||7|
|4||Luke Guttridge||Luton Town||6|
|Adam Cunnington||Cambridge United||6|
|Andre Gray||Luton Town||6|
|Connor Jennings||Macclesfield Town||6|
|9||Ben Tomlinson||Lincoln City||5|
|John Akinde||Alfreton Town||5|
|Matthew Barnes-Homer||Forest Green Rovers||5|
|Andy Brown||Nuneaton Town||5|
|Dan Fitchett||Salisbury City||5|
|Luke Berry||Cambridge United||5|
|12 others on 4 goals||4|