For the Spartan South Midlands League it was 3G 2 Grass 0 as Storm Dennis delivered its wrath on the footballing world around the country. Saturday’s 2 games seeing 7 goals (an average of 3.50 per game).
15 February Stats: 3 games played of which 1 was a home win, 1 draw and 1 abandoned.
(Most League Wins – all Divisions): 21 Colney Heath, 19 Tring Athletic, 18 St Panteleimon.
(Most League Draws – all Divisions): 11 Arlesey Town, 10 Crawley Green, FC Broxbourne Borough, 9 Newport Pagnell Town, Wembley.
(Most League Defeats – all Divisions): 19 London Colney, 17 Brimsdown, 16 The 61FC (Luton).
Without a Draw:
(Division Two League): Mursley United, Old Bradwell United.
Without a Win:
(Division Two League): The 61FC (Luton).
Most Goals Scored:
(Premier Division League): 75 Tring Athletic.
(Division One League): 90 New Salamis.
(Division Two League): 53 Pitstone & Ivinghoe.
Most Goals Conceded:
(Premier Division League): 65 London Colney.
(Division One League): 74 Brimsdown.
(Division Two League): 76 The 61FC (Luton).
Fewest Goals Conceded:
(Premier Division League): 15 Colney Heath.
(Division One League): 24 Stotfold.
(Division Two League): 10 Old Bradwell United.
Fewest Goals Scored:
(Premier Division League): 25 London Colney.
(Division One League): 26 Park View.
(Division Two League): 13 Buckingham United.
Saturday’s Highest Attendances: 85 St Panteleimon v New Salamis and 62 Rayners Lane v Amersham Town.
Season’s Highest Attendances to date (Premier Division Clubs): 469 Eynesbury Rovers v Leighton Town (FA Vase), 426 Leighton Town v Eastbourne Town (FA Vase) and 268 Biggleswade United v Potton United.
Season’s Highest Attendances to date (Division One Clubs): 644 Stotfold v Shefford Town & Campton, 293 Winslow United v Buckingham Athletic and 278 Winslow United v Roman Glass St George (FA Cup).
Season’s Highest Attendances to date (Division Two Clubs): 103 Aston Clinton v MK Gallacticos, 85 Codicote v Bovingdon and 82 Totternhoe v Stevington (Beds Senior Trophy).
Season’s Leading Goalscorers to date (Premier Division Clubs): 36 Danny Webb (Leighton Town), 32 Jon Clements (Colney Heath), 26 Jim Burnside (Newport Pagnell Town).
Season’s Leading Goalscorers to date (Division One Clubs): 35 Henry Snee (Shefford Town & Campton), 32 Courtney Massay (St Panteleimon), 27 Courtney Austin (Hillingdon Borough, New Salamis and Rayners Lane).
Season’s Leading Goalscorers to date (Division Two Clubs): 19 Darryl Smith (Old Bradwell United), 18 Josh Smith (MK Gallacticos), 16 Jervon Campbell (Pitstone & Ivinghoe).
Total Sin-Bins, Season to Date in all competitions (233):
Clubs with no Sin Bins (3): Hillingdon Borough, Sarratt, Tring Corinthians AFC.
Saturday 15th February
Baldock Town’s attempts at beating the elements lasted just thirty minutes on Saturday as at this point the match referee declared the pitch had become unplayable and abandoned their game with visiting Biggleswade United with the score at 0-0.
A-A Baldock Town v Biggleswade United
The Match of the Day saw table topping St Panteleimon welcoming second place New Salamis to Rectory Park. The hosts, who began the day nine points clear of their closest challengers, took an early lead and looked set to extend their points advantage until deep in stoppage time their visitors produced an equalizer to leave matters at the top of the table unchanged. The day’s other fixture to beat Storm Dennis saw Rayners Lane at home against Amersham Town, this game was done and dusted by the interval as the hosts went in four goals to the good. A further goal after the break secured the 5-0 win and Rayners Lane remain seventh with their visitors in fourteenth place. Full results and goalscorers are listed below.
5-0 Rayners Lane v Amersham Town (Austin , Blagden, Hastings, Maher) Attendance: 62
1-1 St Panteleimon v New Salamis (Katsikas) / (Loizou) Attendance: 85
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