Whether it’s scoring goals or seeing red, the FA’s full time website records statistics for all clubs in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division so we thought we’d pull out a few of the most important now we’re in to the second month of the season.
To local supporters it won’t be a surprise that Berkshire clubs dominate the attendance table but the top stat we’ve picked out is that of the 20 Hellenic Premier Division goals Brackley Town Saints have scored, Josh Bowden has scored three quarters of them.
Please note, statistics are only for Hellenic Premier Division matches played before 15th September 2017.
- Josh Bowden – 15 (Brackley Town Saints)
- Mitch Parker – 7 (Highmoor Ibis)
- Seb Bowerman – 6 (Bracknell Town)
- Jake Slocombe – 6 (Highworth Town
- Shane Cooper-Clark – 5 (Thatcham Town)
Most goals scored
- Flackwell Heath (26 goals) – Actual position 1st
- Bracknell Town (25 goals) – Actual position 3rd
- Highworth Town (24 goals) – Actual position 2nd
- Brackley Town Saints (20 goals) – Actual position 9th
- Longlevens (15 goals) – Actual position 10th
Windsor (15 goals) – Actual position 6th
Most red cards
- Brimscombe & Thrupp 4
Highmoor Ibis 4
- Tuffley Rovers 3
- Ascot United 2
Thatcham Town 2
- 409 Bracknell Town vs Ascot United
- 250 Bracknell Town vs Binfield
- 247 Bracknell Town vs Flackwell Heath,
- 220 Bracknell Town vs Abingdon United
- 192 Burnham vs Abingdon United
Attendance information provided by the excellent @nonleaguecrowd twitter account.
Points per game
For one season only, one of the most important metrics in use at step 5. The second placed team in the Premier Division table at the end of the season will have a chance at promotion provided their points per game ratio is amongst the best in the country, we’ve explained why here – here’s how they stand at present and you can see the full Hellenic Premier Division table here.
- Highworth Town 3.00
- Bracknell Town 2.71
- Thatcham Town 2.57
- Flackwell Heath 2.44
- Wantage Town 1.88
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Main image: Bracknell Town’s Seb Bowerman by Neil Graham.