Here It Is! National League South Team Of The Weekend

By Sam Elliott

It’s never an easy task selecting the National League South Team of the Weekend, even after reading all the match reports!

There’s so much to consider when piecing together a side who have performed the best for their clubs on Saturday.

There’s no room for error - and that’s why we make sure we take the best advice possible before announcing the squad of 16 plus the day’s best manager. This week the goals have been flying in - so of course we've gone for an attacking edge!

We pick the brains of club officials, managers and reporters around the grounds to make sure our team is as close to perfect as possible.

But as well all know football is a game of opinions - we rarely all agree!

So join the debate on twitter @TheNationalLge and let us know if you think we’ve missed someone special.


Jake Giddens
(East Thurrock)

Sam Avery
(Gloucester City)

Tom Harrison

Charlie Wassmer
(Billericay Town)

Jerome Okimo


Chris Whelpdale
(Chelmsford City)

Jordan Parkes
(Hemel Hempstead)

Khale Da Costa
(St Albans City)


Jake Andrews
(Torquay United)

Nat Jarvis

Jamie Reid
(Torquay United)


Luke Purnell (Weston-s-Mare)
Sam Beasant (Concord Rangers)
Sanchez Watt (Hemel Hempstead)
Saikou Jenneh (Torquay United)
David Pratt (Wealdstone)

Manager of the Weekend: Bobby Wilkinson (Wealdstone)
It takes a big result to nudge out the manager of a team who scored seven goals but Bobby Wilkinson and Wealdstone deserve all kinds of credit for being the side to finally end Woking’s long unbeaten league run. They’ve now done the double over the title-chasing Cards.

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