CLITHEROE remain at the top of the NLP Fair Play Table, in association with the Football Association, although there is a new club hot on their heels.
The Evo-Stik NPL North outfit replaced Hereford at the summit last week and they are still there having received just 21 total yellow cards and one red so far this season.
Hereford have dropped to third with Southern Premier outfit Banbury United leapfrogging them into second, behind Clitheroe.
At the other end, Ryman South side Molesey have replaced Frome Town at the foot of the table although both clubs sit on 72 NLP Fair Play Points.
Both clubs have received 15 dissent cautions so far this campaign as well as a dismissal for abusive language, leaving them 12 NLP Fair Play Points clear of Witham Town, York City and Tilbury.
Full Table: NLP Fair Play Table January 12