They gave 100 per cent – The Top Ten

Abingdon Town completed a league and cup double, as well as winning their County Junior Cup. (Photo: @Abingdontownla1)

With the 2018-19 season in England and Wales now at an end, we highlight those ten teams who have completed their respective campaigns with every league game won.

Of the ten sides that made the list, none were from the top four tiers or their Reserve / Development Divisions.

Five teams in the Regionals battled through unscathed, the County League list was 20 at new year but was whittled down to four, while just a single Welsh club is represented.

Greater London Division 2 South side Crystal Palace Development did win all their games but had a point docked due to a suspension-related offence. However, they still managed to finish top by a double-figure margin.

Crystal Palace Development. (Photo: Will Cheshire)

In the North East Premier, Durham Cestria took maximum points from eighteen outings, which left them 11 points ahead of the rest.

The Southern League had two teams with perfect form, Southampton FC Ladies were Premier champions by a margin of six points, Moneyfields likewise in Division 1.

West Midlands Division 1 North’s Leek Town were top by a dozen points having clocked up 16 victories from as many games.

Sherborne Town were one of the County champions, taking the Dorset League title by a massive 18 points from as many games. Not bad for a first season and that was not their only silverware either…

Doncaster Rovers were 13 points better off than anyone else in Sheffield & Hallam Division 1, their form also featuring a +99 goal-difference.

There was no stopping Abingdon Town as their 20 Thames Valley Counties Division 2 South matches amassed a huge goal-difference of +124.

Farsley Celtic Juniors

West Riding Division 2 champions Farsley Celtic Juniors were another whose goals for tally exceeded the number conceded by a three-figure amount.

South Wales Division 1 side Cardiff Bluebelles scored at a rate of over six a game for their 20 fixtures.

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