We’ve had a long term leader as well, with East Thurrock’s Sam Higgins blazing a trail for the past three months.
But the chasing pack won’t give him a moment’s rest, a lot like the title chase this term!
Braintree Town goal machine Phil Roberts is now just one behind and although they are struggling for form, Oxford City can rely on their top marksman Matt Paterson. He has 17 too - can he fire them to safety?
Dartford’s Alfie Pavey has his eyes on bigger things - a double. The leaders’ top scorer has been in great form in 2018 and wants to get his hands on the Golden Boot.
Here’s the full run down of top scorers heading into the weekend’s programme.
National League South top scorers:
Sam Higgins (East Thurrock) 18 goals
Phil Roberts (Braintree Town) 17 goals
Matt Paterson (Oxford City) 17 goals
Alfie Pavey (Dartford) 16 goals
Dayle Grubb (Weston-S-Mare) 16 goals
Sam Merson (St Albans City) 15 goals
Warren Bentley (Poole Town) 15 goals
Gethyn Hill (Weston-s-Mare) 13 goals
Jason Prior (Havant & W) 13 goals
Abobaker Eisa (Wealdstone) 12 goals
Cody Cooke (Truro City) 11 goals
Andy Pugh (Dartford) 10 goals
Rhys Murrell-Williamson (St Albans) 10 goals
Chris Dickson (Chelmsford City) 10 goals
Steve Cawley (Concord R) 10 goals
David Pratt (Chippenham and Wealdstone) 10 goals
Max Kretzschmar (Hampton & RB) 10 goals
Joe Healy (Welling United) 9 goals
Tyler Harvey (Truro City) 9 goals
Jordan Parkes (Hemel H) 9 goals
Elliot Bradbrook (Dartford) 9 goals
Kudos Oyenuga (Chelmsford City) 8 goals