Let's kick off with the basics: here are the key numbers from this season.
Ben Tozer made the most appearances for us, missing just one games in all competitions: he didn't appear on the opening day of the season at Solihull Moors because he hadn't signed for us yet, so we can forgive him that one!
Not far behind Tozer are Luke Young (49 apearances), James Jones and Jordan Davies (both 48).
We all know who the top scorer was, and that we had three players manage 15 or more goals. We could have had four if Aaron Hayden hadn't suffered his season-ending injury.
If we look at goals per game, Mullin is unsurprisingly top again, although Ollie Palmer has a slight edge in terms of league goals per game. In terms of assists per game, Luke Young comes out on top, and he also finished level with Ben Tozer in terms of who got the most assists.
Analysis of where goals came from tells us that Jordan Davies scored an impreeive (but unsurprising!) 8 goals from outside the box.
Aaron Hayden scored a towering 8 goals with his head, while the answer to the most popular #askwxm question is that 12 goals came either directly from a Ben Tozer throw or from a loose ball created by his throw.
Rob Lainton's goals conceded per game rate continues to be impressive, while in front of him the trio of Aaron Hayden, Ben Tozer and Harry Lennon conceded the fewest goals per match.
Harry Lennon conceded the fewest goals per minute played in a defensive position.
FOR: 5 SCORED:4 All by Paul Mullin.
AGAINST: 4 SCORED:4
And the most important numbers of all: