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Northern League Table 16th Feb 2013

Great and somewhat surprising result last night. Spenny 1 Darlo 3! :)

2400 there - very good for the Northern League, just like the old days when we were a league team, except that every match is a local derby.

98 goals scored in 31 matches – the ton is a certainty so we’ll have to set the bar a little higher and go for a +100 goal difference.

Onward and upward!

Three good goals for Darlo and they didn’t concede in open play (Spen pen). Here’s all the goals:

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