Revealed: National League South Team of the Weekend!

By Tom Scott

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 we've gone all out attack as the goals flew in.

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.

Goalkeeper:
Michael Luyambula
(Hungerford Town)

Defenders:

Ben Wynter
(Torquay United)

Robbie Cundy
(Bath City)

Lewis Knight
(St Albans City)

Jon Nzengo
(East Thurrock)

Midfielders:

Kieran Cadogan
(Billericay Town)

Kalvin Kalala
(Torquay United)

Darren Foxley
(Hungerford Town)

Strikers:

Daniel Mills
(Welling United)

Rhys Murphy
(Chelmsford City)

Joe Quigley
(Eastbourne Borough)


Substitutes:

Michael Spillane (Chelmsford City)
Julien Anau (Welling United)
Tyler Harvey (Truro City)
Adam Coombes (Billericay Town)
Marlon Jackson (Weston-super-Mare)

Manager of the Weekend: Ian Herring (Hungerford Town)
The Crusaders improved to put daylight between themselves and the bottom three. A superb win over promotion chasing Concord Rangers sent out a clear message to their fellow battlers at the bottom.

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