Revealed: The National League South Team Of The Weekend!

By Tom Scott

It’s never an easy task selecting the National League Team of the Weekend, even after reading all the match reports and watching back the highlights!

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.


Michael Luyambula
Hungerford Town


Michee Efete
Billericay Town

Nathan Green
Dulwich Hamlet

Nick Gimes
Truro City


Dean Cox
Eastbourne Borough

Ryan Haynes

Lee Togwell
Slough Town

Alfy Whittingham
Hungerford Town


Danilo Orsi-Dadomo
Hungerford Town

Moses Emmanuel
Billericay Town

Dave Tarpey


Charlie Walker (Eastbourne Borough)
Nick McCootie (Chippenham Town)
Lee Noble (Dartford)
Matt Jones (Hungerford Town)
Magnus Okuonghae (Dulwich Hamlet)

Manager of the Weekend: Ian Herring (Hungerford Town)
Herring hung up his playing boots this week and kicked off his retirement in style with a five-star performance against high-fliers St Albans City. The Crusaders were too good for the Saints and they now sit three points clear of the drop-zone. Write them off at your peril!

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