Ace marksman Michael Lennon is Nantwich Town’s top goalscorer for the fourth season in succession. The former Kidsgrove Athletic striker netted 21 times this season and has topped the Dabbers goal charts for each of the four seasons since his move from ‘Grove in the summer of 2008. With 12 in the Evo-Stik NPL Premier and 2 in the Doodson Sports Trophy, there was an impressive haul of 7 in the Cheshire Senior Cup.
The winning goal in the Cheshire Senior Cup Final victory over Stalybridge Celtic was also Lenny’s 106th goal in Nantwich colours making him the club’s third-highest goalscorer in the modern era, overtaking 50s legend Jimmy Cooke. Only Danny Griggs (114 goals) and John Scarlett (161 goals) have scored more goals since Nantwich became founder members of the Mid-Cheshire League back in 1948.
With 12 goals each, Sean Cooke and Ben Mills were second highest scorers in the 2011/12 season, followed by Mat Bailey (8), Dave MacPherson (7) and Si Everall & Tom Urwin (both 4).