The Big National League North Golden Boot Battle!

2 weeks ago By Sam Elliott

There’s been some big movers since we last checked in with the top scoring players in the National League North.

Reece Styche has jumped up eight placed as the striker leads Darlington’s survival bid after settling in perfectly since joining from Tamworth.

Only league goals count when crowning the Golden Boot winner - and that’s surely a shame for Spennymoor’s Glen Taylor, who would have even more to his name. He’s only 15 after a fantastic few weeks in front of goal.

Every manager wants a deadly forward to and there’s no partnership better that Oli Johnson and Adam Boyes at Bradford Park Avenue - they have 14 each and seem to be having their own little race!

But leading the way still in Jon Parkin, who is on course for his best ever scoring season. With 20 to his name already in the National League North, he’s the one to catch.


Vanarama National League North - top scorers chart:

Jon Parkin (York City) 20 goals

Jason Oswell (Stockport County) 19 goals

Jason Gilchrist (FC United & Southport) 18 goals

Reece Styche (Tamworth and Darlington) 17 goals

Aaron Williams (Brackley Town) 16 goals

Ashley Chambers (Nuneaton) 16 goals

Glen Taylor (Spennymoor) 15 goals

Daniel Maguire (Blyth Spartans) 14 goals

Jack Redshaw (Salford City) 14 goals

Oli Johnson (Bradford Park Avenue) 14 goals

Adam Boyes (Bradford Park Avenue) 14 goals

Simon Ainge (Harrogate Town) 13 goals

Joe Ironside (Kidderminster H) 13 goals

Joe Leesley (Harrogate Town) 13 goals

Ashley Hemmings (Boston United) 12 goals

Matthew Warburton (Stockport County) 11 goals

Niall Cummins (Curzon Ashton) 11 goals

James Armson (Brackley Town) 10 goals

Craig Westcarr (Alfreton Town) 10 goals

Jordan Thewlis (Harrogate Town) 10 goals

Michael Phenix (Salford City) 9 goals

Dale Hopson (Blyth Spartans) 9 goals

Jordan Nicholson (Nuneaton) 9 goals

Where next?

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