Goal-den Wonders! Who Will Claim The Boot They All Want?

By Sam Elliott

Maybe the only thing stopping AFC Fylde freescorer Danny Rowe from getting his hands on another Golden Boot is a double act from elsewhere in the North West.

We’re not just entering the business end of the season for promotions and battles against the drop.

There are other awards on offer - and you don’t need to tell any striker what it means to win one of these!

Rowe now has 22 from the season in the National League alone but in form and coming up on the inside is Tranmere’s lethal duo James Norwood and Andy Cook.

Cool Cook is now only five behind, with Norwood banging then in for fun lately on 16. Can they keep the pressure up? Don’t forget Boreham Wood’s Bruno Andrade, who is also on 17 for the season.

Here’s the official standings and remember, only league goal count. There’s plenty of matches ahead so it’s not a done deal yet!


National League top scorers:

Danny Rowe (AFC Fylde) 22 goals

Andy Cook (Tranmere Rovers) 17 goals

Bruno Andrade (Boreham Wood) 17 goals

Macauley Bonne (Leyton Orient) 16 goals

James Norwood (Tranmere Rovers) 16 goals

Chris Holroyd (Wrexham) 13 goals

Louis Dennis (Bromley) 13 goals

Danny Kedwell (Ebbsfleet United) 13 goals

Ryan Bird (Dover Athletic) 13 goals

Josh Rees (Bromley) 12 goals

Scott Wilson (Macclesfield) 12 goals

Tommy Wright (Sutton United) 11 goals

Shamir Fenelon (Aldershot) 11 goals

Joe Pigott (Maidstone United) 11 goals

Oladapo Afolayan (Solihull Moors) 11 goals

Harry Pritchard (Maidenhead United) 11 goals

Byron Harrison (Barrow & Sutton) 11 goals

Morgan Ferrier (Dagenham and Boreham Wood) 10 goals

Tom Denton (FC Halifax) 10 goals

Corey Whitely (Dagenham and Ebbsfleet) 10 goals

Angelo Balanta (Boreham Wood) 10 goals

Michael Cheek (Dagenham) 9 goals

Ben Williamson (Eastleigh) 9 goals

Jack Powell (Ebbsfleet United) 9 goals

Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham) 9 goals

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