NLP and FA Fair Play Table April 29

RUGBY TOWN remain in the driving seat at the top of our NLP Fair Play Table, well ahead of Boreham Wood and Cheltenham Town.

The Valley have received just 35 cautions this season and have only had one player sent off. With no dissent cautions or sending offs for abusive language or violent conduct, they are sitting pretty at the top.

It’s a different story for North Greenford United, however, who have fallen further behind at the bottom of our Fair Play Table.

The relegated Southern Central side have received a whopping ten red cards this season with three of them being for abusive language and one for violent conduct.

They’ve also had 78 yellow cards – 14 of them for dissent – to put them on 104 NLP Fair Play Points and maroon them at the bottom.

Full Table: NLP Fair Play Table April 29

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