BANBURY UNITED are at the top of our NLP Fair Play Table for a second straight week while there is a new name at the bottom of our standings.
Evo-Stik League Southern Premier side Banbury took sole responsibility of top spot last week after Clitheroe dropped to second.
Banbury have received just 33 cautions and one red card so far this season and along with Clitheroe, Whitby Town and Spalding United, are the only teams remaining with zero NLP Fair Play Points.
At the bottom, Ryman South side Molesey and Southern Premier club Frome Town are still marooned at the foot of the table but they have now been joined by a third team on 72 NLP Fair Play Points.
Ryman North side Heybridge Swifts are now joint bottom and despite receiving three fewer dissent cautions than Molesey and Frome, they have been given an extra red for abusive language.
Full Table: NLP Fair Play Table March 1
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