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Despite our highest scorer getting only 10 goals,( Roy Essendoh) we still ended as 5th highest scorers in the division. Defensively though, only FGR, Leigh & Northwich conceded more goals at home than us (and only these 3 won fewer home games than us).

We had the joint second highest number of draws in the division - and actually lost fewer games than Morecambe, Stevenage and Accrington, who all finished above us (indeed, we only lost 1 more game than Aldershot, who are in the play offs)

Discipline wise, our record could still be improved - the 8th highest number of yellow cards, and only half a dozen sides with more red cards. Lets hope that the FA dont consider this bad enough to impose their suspended fine on us.

The average attendance this season was marginally down on last season (1178 v 1229) - that said, it was noted previously that attendances generally drop off slightly in the second season, and our poor home form throughout the season, and particularly pre Christmas, didnt exactly inspire people to come & watch. Next season, lets hope we can inprove that figure again - with the promotion of Crawley & Canvey, that should hopefully be possible.




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