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Isleham United U13 stats for this incredible 2015/2016 unbeaten season

League: - Crowned U13 League Champions without suffering a single defeat (19 wins, 1 draw, 0 losses).

 Isleham United finish this season (2015/2016) with the best attacking record in the league (highest goal tally) scoring an incredible 150 goals in total (Cambridge City come in 2nd scoring 107). Isleham also finish the season with the best defence in the league, conceding only 12 goals in total (Burwell Tigers come 2nd here, conceding 17).

This incredible team have even managed to improve on last year’s fantastic stats, and in doing so retained both the League and Cup!

Last season (2014/2015) Isleham won the league title scoring a total of 89 goals to become the highest goal scoring U12 team (2nd place for goals scored went to Cambridge City White with 59 goals). Burwell Tigers had the best defensive record for last year conceding only 16 goals - Isleham came 2nd here conceding 23 goals.

Cup:-  U13 Cup Winners 2015/2016.

Isleham retain the League Cup this year, along the way scoring a total of 26 goals (kicking it all off with the crushing 14-nil defeat of Comberton Crusaders way back in October). Throughout the entire Cup run the team concede only 3 goals from the 1st round to the final (bear in mind 2 of these goals were conceded in the Cup Final itself).

For comparison, last year’s victorious cup run (2014/2015) consisted of a scoring tally of 19 goals with 5 conceded.

And finally for Amy’s incredible player stats this season we have to include a separate Messi McLean section:

Not only is Amy the top scorer at U13 in the league this season (bagging an incredible 65 league goals!) she also happens to be the top scorer for every division throughout the entire Cambridgeshire Women’s and Girls County Leagues (from U12’s right up to the Women’s Premiership). And not just the League top scorer either, but also the Cup top scorer (another 18 goals). This all adds up to a grand total of 83 goals for the 2015/2016 season so please spare a thought for Rachel and James who are still coughing up money for every goal!

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