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EVO-STIK LEAGUE NORTHERN PREMIER

18 April 2012

         
              P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Chester [champions]           41 30 7 4 98 29 69 97

2 Northwich Victoria*+           41 26 8 7 72 39 33 83
3 Bradford Park Avenue           41 24 6 11 76 46 30 78
4 Chorley           41 23 7 11 73 47 26 76
5 Hednesford Town           41 21 9 11 67 49 18 72

6 FC United of Manchester           41 20 9 12 79 50 29 69
7 Marine           41 19 9 13 56 46 10 66
8 Rushall Olympic           41 16 10 15 51 51 0 58
9 Nantwich Town#           41 15 13 13 64 58 6 57
10 North Ferriby United           41 15 10 16 53 69 -16 55
11 Ashton United           41 15 8 18 61 64 -3 53
12 Buxton           41 15 8 18 64 76 -12 53
13 Matlock Town           40 12 14 14 50 49 1 50
14 Kendal Town           41 14 8 19 75 82 -7 50
15 Stafford Rangers           41 12 12 17 57 61 -4 48
16 Worksop Town           41 13 9 19 56 76 -20 48
17 Stocksbridge Park Steels           41 10 12 19 56 72 -16 42
18 Whitby Town           40 10 11 19 52 78 -26 41

19 Chasetown           41 10 10 21 46 71 -25 40
20 Frickley Athletic           41 9 12 20 44 66 -22 39
21 Mickleover Sports*           41 10 10 21 64 85 -21 37
22 Burscough [relegated]           41 5 10 26 50 100 -50 25
 
* Northwich Victoria and Mickleover Sports both deducted three points for fielding an ineligible player.
+ Northwich Victoria not allowed to participate in play-off’s due to breaches of League rules.
# Nantwich Town deducted one point for fielding an ineligible player.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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