At the top of the table Hanwell Town have five games in hand over Ampthill Town and are favourites to lift the title trophy. They can even afford to lose their home game against their title rivals which is scheduled for Saturday 12th April. Both sides have had amazing seasons with Hanwell losing just one of their thirty-one league games so far which came back on Saturday 14th September when they went down 2-1 at London Colney. Hanwell have scored a 100 goals in their games which equates to 3.23 goals per game with Ampthill hitting the back of the net 117 times being just above Hanwell's GPG at 3.25.
CURRENT LEAGUE TABLE BOTTOM THREE
At the bottom of the table the relegation places are all but confirmed with Hatfield Town and London Lions in the bottom two. The Lions were unable to raise a side for both their Tuesday and Thursday midweek games at Biggleswade United and London Colney. At the time of writing it hasn't been confirmed if these games will be played or the points awarded to their opponents. Hatfield Town won two of their opening three games but have since not recorded a victory in thirty-one league games. Their relegation should unfortunately be confirmed in their next couple of games at home to London Colney (next Tuesday evening) and then the big battle of the bottom two on Saturday 5th April when London Lions are due to visit The Gosling Stadium. The battle of the bottom two part II then takes place when the blueboys make the reverse trip on Wednesday 9th April. Could Hatfield end their run of games without a win in one of these two matches?
The highest crowd of the season came on Saturday 28th December when 248 people watched the local derby between Berkhamsted and Tring Athletic. The lowest crowd came on Saturday 30th November when only 4 people paid to watch London Lions v Biggleswade United.