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Dan the man for Bungay

PUBLISHED: 09:50 13 May 2011

DAN Andrews hit 15 of Bungay Town FC’s total of 37 goals, and Shaun Whiteman topped the appearances list for the second season running, at the end of a highly-disappointing campaign.

The performances of those two were the highlights of a season in which the Black Dogs won just two of the 30 games played in all. Five were drawn and 23 lost.

Andrews, who is 17 and in is first season with the club, hit five in the final game of the season as Bungay at least finished on a high with a 6-2 win over Watton, and he was also top scorer for the U18’s.

Defender Whiteman, who is 18, was captain for much of the season of a young, inexperienced squad which included many teenagers.

They finished bottom of the Anglian Combination Division One, and will play in junior football in Division Two next season.

Appearances (sub appearances in brackets) and aggregate appearances: S Whiteman 27 (0) 61, G Foyster 25 (0) 25, S Batt 25 (1) 39, D Andrews 24 (1) 24, J Youngman 22 (2) 55, R Tuffs 20 (2) 21, K Riches 18 (1) 67, D Lowe 17 (0) 99, M Shipley 15 (0) 124, C Jones 15 (4) 15, T Cole 13 (1) 13, D Smith 11 (1) 11, D Shimmon 11 (2) 32, D Scriven 10 (3) 10, M Lowe 10 (0) 11, S Olley 9 (4) 17, S Campbell 9 (1) 24, J McDonald 9 (0) 18, B Davies 8 (3) 20, D Gowing 7 (1) 7, C Hunting 7 (0) 352, M Holmes 7 (0) 164, D Wilby 7 (0) 199, C Sartain 7 (6) 9, A Baynes 6 (1) 53, G Perez-Hunt 6 (3) 6, M Armstrong 5 (4) 5, M James 5 (5) 5, A Lowe 5 (2) 5, G Gook 5 (5) 5, R Read 5 (4) 6, G Shipley 4 (1) 8, N Whiting 4 (0) 4, A Ling 4 (0) 42, S Payne 4 (0) 74, C Mayhew 3 (2) 3, H Peek 1 (1) 1, J Downing 1 (0) 1, K Goldsmith 1 (0) 1, P Fuller 1 (1) 97, T York 1 (1) 3, W Lewis 1 (0) 1.

Goalscorers (aggregate goals in brackets): D Andrews 15 (15), K Riches 4 (7), R Tuffs 3 (3), D Scriven 2 (2), S Batt 2 (2), J McDonald 2 (2), D Lowe 1 (5), S Whiteman 1 (1), D Gowing 1 (1), A Baynes 1 (8), B Davies 1 (2), C Jones 1 (1), A Ling 1 (9), S Campbell 1 (1), C Sartain 1 (1).


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