Revealed! National League South Team Of The Weekend

By Sam Elliott

The final National League South Team of the Weekend has been confirmed - but did we get the selection spot on?

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.

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.


Tom King
(Gloucester City)


Robbie Cundy
(Bath City)

Freddie Grant

Adrian Cascaval
(Chelmsford City)

Connor Essam
(Concord Rangers)


Gavin McCallum
(Welling United)

Zac McEachran
(Oxford City)

Connor Lemonheigh-Evans
(Torquay United)

Brendan Kiernan
(Welling United)


Rhys Murphy
(Chelmsford City)

Kalvin Kalala
(Torquay United)

Noah Chesmain (Hungerford)
Tom Smith (Bath City)
Jason Pope (Weston-super-Mare)
Joe Parker (Gloucester)
Dan Rooney (Truro City)

Manager of the Weekend: Mike Cook (Gloucester City)
The Tigers looked dead and buried when their new boss arrived but what a turn around it has been. Their final day win at second-place Woking means they end eight points outside the National League South drop zone.

Where next?

It’s Taylor Made! Glen Grabs The Award He Wanted Spennymoor Town supporters and their Manager are well aware that if things were different, they would be saying goodbye to their legendary leading scorer in a few weeks’ time.
Watch: Saturday’s National League Goals & Highlights! Title wins, play-off wars and relegation battles. The final day of the season has it all.

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