The Comet Stevenage Sunday Football League round-up
Steve Teale was the winner of The Comet Stevenage Sunday Football League Website Golden Boot competition for the 2007-08 season. Sponsored by the indoor market s KC Sports, the Pied Piper striker hit 35 league goals in their Comet Stevenage Sunday Footb
Steve Teale was the winner of The Comet Stevenage Sunday Football League 'Website Golden Boot' competition for the 2007-08 season.
Sponsored by the indoor market's KC Sports, the Pied Piper striker hit 35 league goals in their Comet Stevenage Sunday Football League Division One title-winning campaign.
Teale had enjoyed a couple of seasons playing for MC Racing in Division Three and should be commended for making the step up to test himself a little more.
Russell Bull (Nirankari Sports Sabha) had earlier been disqualified for falsifying his tally, particularly after a double header against lowly Woolmer Green Foxes in Division Four.
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Teale also saw off Bull's team-mate, Lee Wilson, by a single goal.
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(league + cup goals, plus total)
Russell Bull (Nirankari Sports Sabha) 41+20=61*
Steve Teale (Pied Piper) 35+9=44
Lee Wilson (Nirankari Sports Sabha) 34+9=43
John Johnston (Pig and Whistle) 25+12=37
Darren Curry (North Herts Celtic) 26+8=34
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Marvin Hall (Stevenage Fencing) 27+3=30
Carl Thompson (Chequers) 17+10=27
Ben Coles (Peartree) 11+15=26