Top Scorer Charts: The North’s Feared Frontmen!

By Tom Scott

Even with a big chunk of the season already gone, it's still too early to tell who will win the Golden Boot.

But that doesn't mean we can't take a look at who's been on firing form in the National League North.

After four in his last three games, Spennymoor Town's Glen Taylor boosted his tally to 11 for the season and leads the current table.

Altrincham's Jordan Hulme shares second place with Kidderminster Harriers' Ed Williams, both have ten goals apeice.

The goals have certainly been shared out at Alty - Hulme is one of three Alty players in our top ten.


National League North top scorers:

Glen Taylor 11
Spennymoor Town

Jordan Hulme 10
Altrincham

Ed Williams 10
Kidderminster Harriers

James Armson 9
Brackley Town

Jake Beesley 9
Bradford (Park Avenue)

Daniel Udoh 8
AFC Telford United

John Johnston 8
Altrincham

Mark Anderson 7
Spennymoor Town

Josh Hancock 7
Altrincham

Anthony Dudley 7
Chester

Kurt Willoughby 7
FC United of Manchester

Lee Ndlovu 7
Brackley Town

Daniel Maguire 7
Blyth Spartans

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