Here It Is! National League North Team Of The Weekend

1 week ago By Sam Elliott

Big scorelines, shock wins, great crowds and entertainment by the bucket load. It’s like it’s not been away.

The National League North was brought back to life this weekend, and now we need a team to go with it.

It wasn’t easy, but we think this side would be quite formidable going by the feedback we’ve received.

We talk to those involved in the game to make sure our select side is on the money each week as we give the stand-our stars the recognition they deserve..

Managers, club officials and journalists help us to piece together a team to be proud of.

Agree? Disagree? Join the debate on twitter @TheNationalLge - the National League North and South teams to come soon!

Goalkeeper:

Matthew Gould
(Spennymoor)

Defenders:

Adam Blakeman
(Chorley)

Theo Street
(AFC Telford)

Danny Livesey
(Chester)

Midfielders:

Nathan Arnold
(Boston United)

Ben McKenna
(Bradford Park Avenue AFC)

Paul Turnbull
(Stockport County)

Dan Bradley
(Kidderminster)

Strikers:

Harry White
(Hereford)

Jordan Hulme
(Altrincham)

Matt Warburton
(Stockport County)

Substitutes:
Scott Leather (Chorley)
Chris Rowney (Curzon Ashton)
Aaron Chalmers (Ashton United)
Eliot Richards (Hereford)
Jack Edwards (Leamington)

Manager of the Weekend:
Stockport County’s Jim Gannon just pips AFC Telford boss Gavin Cowan and Curzon’s John Flanagan. A five-star derby win on opening day takes some beating.

Where next?

Hodges Hopeful On White Tigers' Quick Powers Of Recovery Lee Hodges wants an instant response from his players after being on the end of an opening day hiding.
Quinton Pulls No Punches After Iron Loss In Opener It was Braintree’s first game back in the National League and they were "found wanting" as they slipped to defeat against FC Halifax, writes Tom Scott.

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