Who is still giving 100 per cent?

Photo: Darlington Spraire LFC

With the festive break in fixtures underway until the new year, we breeze through all the leagues to underline the achievements of teams who have made it this far without dropping a single point.

A total of forty sides make the list (having played a minimum of five games), five from the FAWNL, a dozen in the Regionals and twenty in the Counties, plus three who compete in the Welsh leagues.

Two County League sides boast the best records, with Darlington Spraire (Durham Development Division) and Moulton (Northants League) both on thirteen wins in a row.

The three first elevens in the FAWNL who have won all their league games did so in very differing circumstances.

Blackburn Rovers achievement came as reigning Northern Division champions, West Bromwich Albion’s after being relegated to Midlands Division 1 and Crawley Wasps in their South East Division 1 debut campaign.

A couple of sides in the FAWNL Reserve sections are also still on maximum points; Stoke City and Tottenham Hotspur.

Leicester City WFC Development have won all nine games in the East Midlands Premier, Northampton Town have seven successes in Division 1 South.

Greater London Division 2 South sides, Walton Casuals and Crystal Palace Development, are going great guns, with eleven and nine victories respectively.

Tara Mathias (London Academicals) and Hope Mumford (Crystal Palace Development). Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

In the North East Premier, Durham Cestria have maximum points from eleven outings, Division 1 Northern Redcar Town are up to nine and Southern champions Ossett United on ten.

Stockport County are second in the North West top flight with seven wins from seven, West Didsbury & Chorlton have a similar record in Division 1 South.

South East Counties Division 1 West outfit Hassocks have netted nine wins, Kent Division 2 West Anchorians Development five.

Both the Southern Premier’s leading pair – Oxford City and Southampton FC Women – boast perfect form, as do Moneyfields in the first division.

West Midlands Division 1 North’s Leek Town have ten wins, likewise second-placed Solihull United in the South.

County Leagues

  • Cornwall – Charlestown
  • Derbyshire – Chesterfield
  • Devon (Premier) – Buckland Athletic Reserves, (Division 1) – Budleigh Salterton
  • Dorset – Sherborne Town
  • Durham Development – Darlington Spraire
  • East Riding – Bridlington Rovers
  • Greater Manchester – Salford City Lionesses
  • Isle of Man – Peel
  • Northamptonshire – Moulton
  • Sheffield & Hallam (Division 1) – Doncaster Rovers, (Division 2) – Oughtibridge WMSC Development
  • Staffordshire – Shenstone
Photo: Shenstone LFC
  • Suffolk – East Bergholt United
  • Thames Valley Counties (Division 2 South) – Abingdon Town
  • West Riding (Division 2) – Farsley Celtic Juniors

Welsh Leagues

  • Welsh League – Caldicot Town
  • South Wales (Division 1) – Cardiff Bluebelles, (Development Division) – Cardiff Met

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