2017-2018 Season Review: In Numbers

Final League Position and Points
12th place with 53 points - same league position as last season but with 8 fewer points!

Home League Record
4 wins, 8 draws, 9 defeats - much worse than last season in terms of points return from our home matches

Away League Record
10 wins, 3 draws, 8 defeats - almost identical to last season

Goals Scored (in all competitions)
81 in total; 37 at home and 44 away - 21 less goals scored than last season

 Sir Richard of Whyatt. Scorer of goals: 26 of them.

Sir Richard of Whyatt. Scorer of goals: 26 of them.

Goals Conceded (in all competitions)
102 in total; 51 at home and 51 away - how's that for balance!

Goals Scored Half-by-Half (in all competitions)
36 in the first half; 45 in the second

Top Scorer
Rick Whyatt with 26 in all competitions - exactly the same number as last season's top scorer Rhys Webb. Without Rick's goals we would have been 24 points worse off this season...and we would have finished bottom of the table.

Biggest Win
5-1 v Bacup Borough away from home, Hallmark Security League First Division

 Bacup Borough 1-5 Cheadle Town. Chris Sherrington is happy.

Bacup Borough 1-5 Cheadle Town. Chris Sherrington is happy.

Heaviest Defeat
1-8 v Stockport County at home, Cheshire Senior Cup Preliminary Round

Most Consecutive Wins
4 - that little run we put together towards the end of the season, starting with the 5-1 win at Bacup Borough through to the 2-1 win at Cammell Laird

Most Consecutive Games Unbeaten
5 - again, incorporating that little run at the end of the season, from the 3-3 draw at home v Eccleshall to the 2-1 away win at Cammell Laird

Most Consecutive Games Without a Win
8 - from the 1-1 draw and ultimate penalty shoot-out loss v Northwich Victoria at home in the NWCFL League Cup through to the 1-1 draw at home to Carlisle City

League Doubles
3 - Bacup Borough, Cammell Laird and Atherton LR (again)

Percentage of League Points Gained by Venue
40% at home and 60% of them away!

League Points Gained as a Percentage of Total Points Possible
42% - a bit of a dip from last season's 46%

Impact of Cheadle Scoring or Conceding First
Every year we highlight this because every year it is the same. Simply put if we score first then the likelihood of us getting something out of the match is significantly increased. Take a look....

What Happened When We SCORED First?

...and What Happened When We CONCEDED First?

Anything Else Worth Mentioning?

  • Jake Ambrose was the second-highest scorer with 9. This was down to a late surge as 5 of those goals came in the final ten matches of the season!
  • This was the first time we had failed to score v Daisy Hill. Ever.