As we emerge from a mid season break, let's get back in the groove and see if you know the answers to the following 10 big questions about the season so far.
See how many you can get... (click the arrow to reveal the answer)
1) We are on an unbeaten run at home but how many games is it?
Our unbeaten home run now stretches to 16 games (including the last two from last season). With only 1 loss in 33 home games (excluding penalty shoot outs).
2) Which player is the only player to take part in all 29 of our matches this season?
Rex Mannings is the only player to have taken part in all 29 matches......ten others have played in 25 or more.
3) Which player has scored in 12 of our matches this season?
Jon Davies has scored in 12 of our matches this season.
4) How many goalscorers do we have in double figures this season... and can you name them?
We have four goalscorers are already in double figures are Kane Simpson 15, Jon Davies 13, James Ollis 12 and Rex Mannings 10
5) In our 29 games this season, how many goals have we scored?
In all competitions, 69 goals have been scored at an average of 2.4 per game. With two or more have been scored on 22 occasions!
6) In our 20 league matches, how many clean sheets have we kept?
Ten clean sheets have been kept in our league games so far!
7) How many hat-tricks have been scored this season?
2 - Both by Kane Simpson (Cinderford - away, Barnstaple - home)
8) Who was the last team to beat us at home (without extra time/penalties)
This weekend's opponents Cirencester Town 1-2 in October 2020
9) Our 1,103 attendance against Melksham was our biggest since 19__?
1972 - Banbury FA Cup tie November 1972 saw an extra 37 people attend (1,140)
10) ...and our biggest league attendance since 19__?
1957 - where 1,500 came to see us play Trowbridge.
BONUS - How many views did Sam Teale's long range goal get on Twitter before we lost count...?
As people shared and put the goal out across Twitter. Which included being on a VEO camera advert and shared by Soccer Am and other NonLeague accounts... We lost count when it went over 3.5 Million views!
A big thanks to Club Historian Steve Jupp for the provision of the statistics and details involved.
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