Two players started every one of their clubs 40 league games, Ben Barnes for Skelmersdale and Laurent Mendy for Macclesfield while five other players featured in every league game, including sub appearances: Steven Hewitt (Wythenshawe Town), Jack Coop (Prestwich Heys), Michael Howard (Skelmersdale), Joshua Nicholson (Ashton Athletic) and Arron Johns (Congleton).
A few who missed just one game: Tom Pope (Congleton), Dylan Chalice (Winsford), Chris Cheetham (Northwich Vics), Adam Reid (Runcorn Town) and Daniel Wilkinson (Longridge)
First Division North
An amazing FIVE players started every league game: Matthew Williams (Bury), Jamie Hodgson (Holker), Mohammed Farhan Subhani (Steeton), Joseph Fallon (Bacup) and Jordan Schofield (Chadderton). Three other players featured in every game: Robbie Graham (Campion), Ryan McLean (AFC Blackpool) and Phil Marsh (Pilkington).
Missed one game: Jake Kenny and Jonathan Hunt (Bury), Henry Turner and Callum Hewitt (Bacup), Daniel (Campion), Mark Ashworth (Chadderton), Leon Creech (AFC Darwen), Marcus Giglio (Pilkington), Charlie Lloyd (Nelson) and George Chadwick (Atherton LR).
First Division South
Only two players make the list from the 1st Div South. First up, the only player to start every league game was goalkeeper Andrew Jones of West Didsbury and Chorlton.
Kyle Foley started all but one of Cheadle Heath Nomads’ games, coming on as a sub in the other.
Missing just one game: Dylan Fitzgerald and Jordan Lazenbury (Abbey Hey), Ben Elliot (West Didsbury and Chorlton), Callum Chapman (Sandbach) and Arran Lyons (Barnton)
Some quite remarkable stats considering this season’s circumstances.
There have been several hat-tricks in the last two weeks of cup fixtures:
Jordan Johnson (Congleton) with three against Stafford Town, Emini Adegbenro (Skelmersdale), three against St Helens, Joel Brownhill (Padiham) scored three against AFC Darwen, Tom Greaves (Bury AFC), against Prestwich Heys, Daniel McLaughlin (Cheadle Heath Nomads) against New Mills and Cameron Dalton (South Liverpool) and William Avon(Barnton) both hit three for their clubs in the 4-4 draw.