BANBURY UNITED have claimed sole responsibility of top spot in our NLP Fair Play Table with Clitheroe falling down to second.
The two clubs had been joint-top of our table for a couple of weeks but they have now been separated after the Blues, of the Evo-Stik NPL North, moved up to 150 Total FA Points.
Clitheroe have received just 32 cautions and two red cards this season while Evo-Stik League Southern Premier side Banbury have had one more caution but one fewer red.
There is no change at the foot of our table, in association with the FA, as Ryman South side Molesey and Southern Premier club Frome Town continue to bring up the rear.
Both clubs have received 15 dissent cautions so far this campaign as well as a dismissal for abusive language, leaving them on 72 NLP Fair Play Points, 4 clear of Worthing and 8 ahead of Witham Town and Heybridge Swifts.
Full Table: NLP Fair Play Table February 24