SATURDAY’S HEADLINES

As Storm Jorge dumped a tad of moisture in the air the SSML had two games surviving the conditions, both on 3G pitches. Saturday’s 2 games seeing 6 goals (an average of 3.00 per game).

 

29 February Stats: 2 games played of which both were home wins.

 

(Most League Wins – all Divisions): 22 Colney Heath, 20 St Panteleimon, 19 Tring Athletic.

(Most League Draws – all Divisions): 11 Arlesey Town, Crawley Green, 10 FC Broxbourne Borough, 9 Newport Pagnell Town, Wembley.

(Most League Defeats – all Divisions): 20 London Colney, 18 Brimsdown, 17 Park View, 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): 79 Tring Athletic.

(Division One League): 102 New Salamis.

(Division Two League): 53 Pitstone & Ivinghoe.

Most Goals Conceded:

(Premier Division League): 70 London Colney.

(Division One League): 79 Brimsdown.

(Division Two League): 81 The 61FC (Luton).

Fewest Goals Conceded:

(Premier Division League): 17 Colney Heath.

(Division One League): 25 Stotfold.

(Division Two League): 11 Old Bradwell United.

Fewest Goals Scored:

(Premier Division League): 27 London Colney.

(Division One League): 29 Park View.

(Division Two League): 17 Buckingham United.

 

Saturday’s Highest Attendances: 58 Rayners Lane v FC Broxbourne Borough and 32 St Panteleimon v Winslow United.

 

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): 38 Danny Webb (Leighton Town), 32 Jon Clements (Colney Heath), 29 Jim Burnside (Newport Pagnell Town).

 

Season’s Leading Goalscorers to date (Division One Clubs): 35 Henry Snee (Shefford Town & Campton), 33 Courtney Massay (St Panteleimon), 31 Courtney Austin (Hillingdon Borough, New Salamis and Rayners Lane).

 

Season’s Leading Goalscorers to date (Division Two Clubs): 20 Darryl Smith (Old Bradwell United), 19 Josh Smith (MK Gallacticos), 17 Tommy Cooke (Old Bradwell United), Marcus Rivers (Sarratt).

 

Sin-Bins (0): 

 

Total Sin-Bins, Season to Date in all competitions (248):

 

Clubs with no Sin Bins (3): Hillingdon Borough, Sarratt, Tring Corinthians AFC.

 

 

 

Saturday 29th February

 

DIVISION ONE

St Panteleimon took another step closer to the Division One title with a 2-1 home success against third placed club Winslow United while Rayners Lane moved back into the automatic promotion places with a 3-0 win against visiting FC Broxbourne Borough. Full results and goalscorers are listed below.

 

3-0 Rayners Lane v FC Broxbourne Borough (Austin [2], Hastings) Attendance: 58

2-1 St Panteleimon v Winslow United (Gilmany, Tajubakhsh) / (Coles) Attendance: 32

 

AND FINALLY

Remember to tune into Three Counties Radio (Herts, Beds & Bucks) and a show all about local non-league football. The show presented by Ollie Bayliss is live every Tuesday evening from 6.00pm – 7.00pm and is the perfect opportunity to catch up with our local non-league scene at all levels. This week Ollie has as his guest presenter Chesham United manager James Duncan.

 

Trending on Twitter last week was the death of Charlotte the Chicken in Coronation Street however reports that Roy was quick to announce the day’s special at the café was Chicken Curry are unconfirmed.