Back on top – Stats Update 23 3 13

It’s been a while folks. Apologies. Sometimes, football stats take a back seat to other priorities. Enough boredom, you are here for stats.

Boro went back to the top of the NCEL Premier Division with a 2-0 win over Tadcaster.

It was the seventh win in a row – a record for the club in league-only unbeaten runs.

Paddy Miller made his 100th appearance for the club against Tadcaster. He also scored in the win. Well done Paddy!

Bryan Hughes became the 126th player to play for the club recently. Francis Anyanwu and Darren Kelly should be added to the club’s list of player in the Long Eaton cup match when it is finally played, along with Rory Skelton and Dan Baldry from the reserves, who are also set to be involved.

Skelton will become the first player to play for five different SAFC teams if he plays – U16, U18, U19, Reserves and firsts.

Ryan Blott has now scored 36 goals in 12-13, and 187 in total for the club. His full record is linked below, but it is worth noting he needs just six more goals this season (in the seven, or more remaining games, depending on the league cup game outcome), to equal his highest personal season tally of 42, which came in 08-09.  He is now also outright top NCEL Premier goal-scorer by six clear goals.

Pete Davidson picked up his ninth booking of the season against Tadcaster. One more before the second Sunday in April will mean an automatic two game suspension.

Boro have now scored 116 goals in 36 league matches. Can they beat a NCEL goal-scoring record? Look out on SeadogStuff tomorrow for the details!

Here’s a list of the updated stats pages:

12-13

All-Time Playing Stats

Ryan Blott’s Goals Record

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