But it’s not done and dusted yet thanks to Alfie Pavey’s master-blaster at Gloucester City in midweek.
The man they are all trying to catch is East Thurrock United’s Sam Higgins, following yet another impressive goalscoring season for the classic centre-forward. He knows where the let is and always has.
With 25 goals and five games to go for the Rocks man, rival Pavey needs to really keep his scoring boots on.
The league’s two marksmen meet on Tuesday night at Rookery Hill - and both will probably have a point to prove to each other!
But first Saturday’s programme comes. Will we see some movement in the scoring charts this weekend?
National League South top scorers:
Sam Higgins (East Thurrock) 25 goals
Alfie Pavey (Dartford) 21 goals
Matt Paterson (Oxford City) 19 goals
Phil Roberts (Braintree and Chelmsford) 18 goals
Jason Prior (Havant & W) 18 goals
Sam Merson (St Albans City) 17 goals
Dayle Grubb (Weston-S-Mare) 16 goals
Warren Bentley (Poole Town) 16 goals
Gethyn Hill (Weston-s-Mare) 16 goals
Cody Cooke (Truro City) 14 goals
Andy Pugh (Dartford) 13 goals
Max Kretzschmar (Hampton) 13 goals
Abobaker Eisa (Wealdstone) 12 goals
David Pratt (Chippenham and Wealdstone) 12 goals
Chris Dickson (Chelmsford City) 12 goals
Rhys Murrell-Williamson (St Albans) 12 goals
Joe Parker (Gloucester City) 12 goals
Jordan Parkes (Hemel H) 12 goals
Jamie Taylor (Eastbourne Borough) 11 goals
Tyler Harvey (Truro City) 11 goals
Louis Soares (Hungerford Town) 11 goals
Steve Cawley (Concord R) 11 goals