NLP and FA Fair Play Table April 22

NORTH GREENFORD UNITED have slipped to the bottom of the NLP Fair Play Table for the first time this season.

The Evo-Stik League Southern Central club, who finished bottom of the league, have received 13 dissent cautions, three reds for abusive language and one for violent conduct.

That puts them on 100 NLP Fair Play Points which is way ahead of former bottom club Tilbury and Walton Casuals who sit on 84.

Meanwhile, Evo-Stik NPL South outfit Rugby Town remain at the top of the table, ahead of Boreham Wood, Cheltenham Town, FC Halifax Town, Wrexham and FC United of Manchester.

Full Table: NLP Fair Play Table April 22

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