2011–12 Football Conference

Last updated

National League (English football)
Season2011-2012
2012-2013

The 2011–12 Football Conference season was the eighth season in which the Football Conference consisted of three divisions and the thirty-third season overall. The Conference covers the top two levels of Non-League football in England. The Conference Premier is the fifth highest level of the overall pyramid, whilst the Conference North and Conference South exist at the sixth level. The Conference was won by Fleetwood Town who together with York City, the winner of the play-off of the Premier division, were promoted to Football League Two, while the bottom four were relegated to the North or South divisions. The champions of the North and South divisions were promoted to the Premier division, alongside the play-off winners from each division. The bottom three in each of the North and South divisions were relegated to the premier divisions of the Northern Premier League, Isthmian League or Southern League.

Contents

For sponsorship reasons, the Conference Premier is referred to as the Blue Square Bet Premier.

Conference Premier

Conference Premier
Season2011–12
Champions Fleetwood Town
Promoted Fleetwood Town
York City
Relegated Bath City
Darlington
Hayes & Yeading United
Kettering Town
Matches played552
Goals scored1,574 (2.85 per match)
Top goalscorer Jamie Vardy (31) [1]
Biggest home win Grimsby Town 7–0 Stockport County
(29 November 2011)
York City 7–0 Kettering Town
(3 December 2011)
Mansfield Town 7–0 Barrow
(17 March 2012)
Biggest away win Southport 0–6 Fleetwood Town
(1 January 2012)
Highest scoring Kidderminster Harriers 5–4 Braintree Town
(18 October 2011)
Alfreton Town 3–6 Mansfield Town
(20 March 2012)
Highest attendance8,415
Luton Town 1–0 Kidderminster Harriers
(21 April 2012)
Lowest attendance172
Hayes & Yeading United 1–1 Bath City
(23 August 2011)
2012–13

A total of 24 teams contested the division, including 18 sides from the previous season, two relegated from the Football League Two, two promoted from the Conference North and two promoted from the Conference South.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2010–11 Conference North

Teams promoted from 2010–11 Conference South

Teams relegated from 2010–11 League Two

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Fleetwood Town (C, P)463110510248+54103Promotion to 2012–13 League Two
2 Wrexham 4630888533+5298Qualification for Conference Premier Playoffs
3 Mansfield Town 46251478748+3989
4 York City (P)46231498145+3683
5 Luton Town 46221597842+3681
6 Kidderminster Harriers 462210148263+1976
7 Southport 462113127269+376
8 Gateshead 462111146962+774
9 Cambridge United 461914135741+1671
10 Forest Green Rovers 461913146645+2170
11 Grimsby Town 461913147960+1970
12 Braintree Town 461711187680462
13 Barrow 461792062761460
14 Ebbsfleet United 4614122069841554
15 Alfreton Town 461592262862454
16 Stockport County 4612151958741651
17 Lincoln City 4613102356661049
18 Tamworth 4611152047702348
19 Newport County 4611142153651247
20 AFC Telford United 4610162045652046
21 Hayes & Yeading United (R)461182758903241Relegation to 2012–13 Conference South
22 Darlington [lower-alpha 1] (R)4611132247732636Club folded
23 Bath City (R)467102943894631Relegation to 2012–13 Conference South
24 Kettering Town [lower-alpha 2] (R)468929401006030Relegation to 2012–13 Southern League Premier Division
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Darlington were deducted ten points for entering administration. [2] At the end of the season the club folded, and reformed as Darlington 1883 in the 2012–13 Northern League Division One.
  2. Kettering were deducted three points for failing to pay football creditors. [3] At the end of the season they resigned from the Football Conference, dropping down two divisions.

Play-offs

Semifinals Final
        
2 Wrexham 0 2 2
5 Luton Town 2 1 3
5 Luton Town 1
4 York City 2
3 Mansfield Town 1 0 1
4 York City (a.e.t.) 1 1 2

Semi-finals – 1st leg

2 May 2012 York City 1–1 Mansfield Town Bootham Crescent, York
19:30 Geohaghon Soccerball shade.svg 42' (o.g.) Report Dyer Soccerball shade.svg 26'
Green Red card.svg 74'
Attendance: 6,057
Referee: Richard Clark
3 May 2012 Luton Town 2–0 Wrexham Kenilworth Road, Luton
19:30 Gray Soccerball shade.svg 22'
Fleetwood Soccerball shade.svg 30'
Report Attendance: 9,012
Referee: Darren Bond

Semi-finals – 2nd leg

7 May 2012 Mansfield Town 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) York City Field Mill, Mansfield
14:00 Sutton Red card.svg 112' Report Blair Soccerball shade.svg 111'Attendance: 7,295
Referee: Andy Davies
7 May 2012 Wrexham 2–1 Luton Town Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
16:30Cieslewicz Soccerball shade.svg 63'
Morrell Soccerball shade.svg 77'
Report Pilkington Soccerball shade.svg 25' (pen.)Attendance: 9,087
Referee: Steve Bratt

Final

20 May 2012 Luton Town 1–2 York City Wembley Stadium, London
15:00 Gray Soccerball shade.svg 2' Chambers Soccerball shade.svg 26'
Blair Soccerball shade.svg 47'
Attendance: 39,265
Referee: Jeremy Simpson

Stadia and locations

TeamStadiumCapacity
Stockport County Edgeley Park 10,852
Wrexham Racecourse Ground 10,500*
Luton Town Kenilworth Road 10,226
Lincoln City Sincil Bank 10,120
Darlington The Darlington Arena 10,000*
Gateshead Gateshead International Stadium 10,000*
Mansfield Town Field Mill 10,000
Cambridge United Abbey Stadium 9,617
Grimsby Town Blundell Park 9,546
Bath City Twerton Park 8,800
York City Bootham Crescent 7,872
Kettering Town Nene Park 6,441
AFC Telford United New Bucks Head 6,300
Kidderminster Harriers Aggborough 6,238
Hayes & Yeading United Kingfield Stadium (Woking ground share)6,036
Southport Haig Avenue 6,008
Fleetwood Town Highbury Stadium 5,500
Forest Green Rovers The New Lawn 5,147
Newport County Newport Stadium 5,058
Ebbsfleet United Stonebridge Road 5,011
Barrow Holker Street 4,256
Braintree Town Cressing Road 4,145
Tamworth The Lamb Ground 4,000
Alfreton Town North Street 3,600

* Restricted due to stadium expansion or FA ruling.

Results

Home \ Away TEL ALF BRW BAT BRA CAM DAR EBB FLE FGR GAT GRI H&Y KET KID LIN LUT MAN NPC SOU STP TAM WRE YOR
AFC Telford United 1–01–02–11–01–23–30–21–42–01–20–01–13–12–11–20–20–02–10–11–11–00–20–0
Alfreton Town 0–02–12–10–12–13–12–21–41–61–12–53–21–10–21–30–03–63–20–06–15–21–40–2
Barrow 2–11–00–10–41–33–01–14–01–11–22–23–13–03–11–01–02–33–12–21–01–13–10–0
Bath City 3–10–30–11–13–42–02–31–40–24–22–20–10–11–22–11–11–13–21–20–20–20–20–1
Braintree Town 2–11–21–03–33–23–12–31–21–53–15–00–32–11–41–03–11–11–00–02–23–10–00–1
Cambridge United 1–03–01–01–12–02–02–02–01–10–10–12–12–01–22–01–11–21–13–02–20–11–10–1
Darlington 1–01–10–12–21–02–00–20–10–00–10–01–13–11–03–11–10–22–00–30–12–02–42–2
Ebbsfleet United 3–21–21–23–01–10–01–31–31–10–13–13–11–03–32–32–20–31–11–22–13–00–51–2
Fleetwood Town 2–24–04–14–13–11–00–06–20–03–12–11–03–05–22–20–22–01–42–22–12–21–10–0
Forest Green Rovers 2–14–13–03–00–22–12–03–11–22–10–11–30–11–10–23–01–11–12–31–13–11–01–1
Gateshead 3–02–02–01–02–21–11–12–31–11–01–02–01–12–13–30–03–02–32–32–01–11–43–2
Grimsby Town 2–05–25–26–01–12–11–24–30–22–12–03–02–11–23–10–10–02–20–17–00–01–32–3
Hayes & Yeading United 0–03–11–11–11–20–03–21–21–32–02–31–21–01–31–22–21–30–40–21–21–00–22–4
Kettering Town 2–10–21–11–12–10–00–02–22–31–32–11–23–50–11–00–50–33–22–31–30–20–11–5
Kidderminster Harriers 2–23–11–24–15–40–03–12–20–21–02–31–13–16–11–11–20–33–22–01–12–00–11–1
Lincoln City 1–10–12–12–03–30–15–03–01–31–11–01–20–10–20–11–11–12–02–01–14–01–20–2
Luton Town 1–11–05–12–03–10–12–03–01–21–15–11–14–25–01–01–00–02–05–11–03–00–11–2
Mansfield Town 1–13–27–01–14–11–25–21–01–11–01–12–13–23–00–32–11–15–01–32–12–12–01–1
Newport County 0–01–02–21–03–40–10–00–10–10–01–00–04–03–11–31–00–11–00–31–11–20–12–1
Southport 3–22–12–12–10–41–02–03–30–61–31–31–21–20–01–22–23–33–11–15–01–10–01–1
Stockport County 2–20–03–24–01–10–13–41–12–40–10–12–03–31–02–14–01–10–12–20–12–01–01–2
Tamworth 2–22–22–30–11–02–21–01–00–30–11–11–12–12–20–04–01–30–12–12–21–11–22–1
Wrexham 4–00–12–02–05–11–12–11–02–01–22–12–24–14–12–02–02–01–30–02–04–03–00–3
York City 0–10–13–11–06–22–22–23–20–11–01–22–12–07–02–32–03–02–21–11–22–10–00–0
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Conference North

Conference North
Season2011–12
Champions Hyde
Promoted Hyde
Nuneaton Town
Relegated Blyth Spartans
Eastwood Town
Matches played462
Goals scored1,482 (3.21 per match)
Top goalscorerDamian Reeves (44) [4]
Biggest home win Corby Town 6–1 Bishop's Stortford
(17 August 2011)
Guiseley 5–0 Blyth Spartans
(23 August 2011)
Bishop's Stortford 5–0 Hinckley United
(29 August 2011)
Corby Town 5–0 Eastwood Town
(29 August 2011)
Altrincham 6–1 Boston United
(8 October 2011)
FC Halifax Town 6–1 Hinckley United
(17 December 2011)
Bishop's Stortford 5–0 Droylsden
(3 March 2012)
Hyde 5–0 Bishop's Stortford
(31 March 2012)
Biggest away win Colwyn Bay 1–6 Altrincham
(20 September 2011)
Eastwood Town 1–6 Gainsborough Trinity
(25 October 2011)
Eastwood Town 0–5 Nuneaton Town
(3 December 2011)
Colwyn Bay 1–6 Nuneaton Town
(18 February 2012)
Colwyn Bay 0–5 Hinckley United
(17 March 2012)
Eastwood Town 1–6 Hinckley United
(21 April 2012)
Highest scoring Hinckley United 5–5 Stalybridge Celtic
(21 January 2012)
Histon 5–5 Droylsden
(17 April 2012)
Highest attendance1,868
Hyde 1–1 Stalybridge Celtic
(26 December 2011)
Lowest attendance141
Colwyn Bay 4–1 Bishop's Stortford
(6 March 2012)
2012–13

A total of 22 teams contested the division, including 17 sides who competed in the 2010–11 season, one transferred from the Conference South, two relegated from the Conference Premier and two promoted from the Northern Premier League.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2010–11 Northern Premier League Premier Division

Teams relegated from 2010–11 Conference Premier

Teams transferred from 2010–11 Conference South

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Hyde (C, P)4227969036+5490Promotion to 2012–13 Conference Premier
2 Guiseley 42251078750+3785Qualification for Conference North Playoffs
3 FC Halifax Town 422111108059+2174
4 Gainsborough Trinity 42235147461+1374
5 Nuneaton Town [lower-alpha 1] (P)42221287441+3372
6 Stalybridge Celtic 422011118364+1971
7 Worcester City 421811136358+565
8 Altrincham 421710159071+1961
9 Droylsden 421611158386359
10 Bishop's Stortford 42177187075558
11 Boston United 42159186067754
12 Colwyn Bay 421581955701553
13 Workington 421410185661552
14 Gloucester City 42157205360752
15 Harrogate Town 4214101859691052
16 Histon 421215156772551
17 Corby Town 42148206571650
18 Vauxhall Motors 421482063781550
19 Solihull Moors 4213101944541049
20 Hinckley United 421392075901548
21 Blyth Spartans (R)427132250803034Relegation to 2012–13 Northern Premier League
22 Eastwood Town (R)424830371056820
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Nuneaton Town deducted 6 points for fielding an ineligible player. [5]

Play-offs

Semifinals Final
        
2 Guiseley 1 0 1
5 Nuneaton Town (a.e.t.) 1 1 2
4 Gainsborough Trinity 0
5 Nuneaton Town 1
3 FC Halifax Town 2 0 2
4 Gainsborough Trinity 2 1 3

Semi-finals – 1st leg

2 May 2012 Gainsborough Trinity 2–2 FC Halifax Town The Northolme, Gainsborough
19:45 Connor Soccerball shade.svg 6', Soccerball shade.svg 12' Report Gregory Soccerball shade.svg 43', Soccerball shade.svg 84'Attendance: 2,380
2 May 2012 Nuneaton Town 1–1 Guiseley Liberty Way, Nuneaton
19:45 Glover Soccerball shade.svg 2' Report Wilson Soccerball shade.svg 90+2'

Semi-finals – 2nd leg

6 May 2012 Guiseley 0 – 1
(a.e.t.)
Nuneaton Town Nethermoor Park, Guiseley
15:00Brown Soccerball shade.svg 117'

Final

Stadia and locations

TeamStadiumCapacity
FC Halifax Town The Shay 10,061
Gloucester City Whaddon Road (Groundshare with Cheltenham Town)7,066
Boston United York Street 6,643
Stalybridge Celtic Bower Fold 6,500
Altrincham Moss Lane 6,085
Eastwood Town Coronation Park 5,000
Worcester City St George's Lane 4,749
Blyth Spartans Croft Park 4,450
Nuneaton Town Liberty Way 4,350
Hinckley United De Montfort Park 4,329
Gainsborough Trinity The Northolme 4,304
Hyde Ewen Fields 4,250
Bishop's Stortford Woodside Park 4,000
Corby Town Steel Park 3,893
Histon Bridge Road 3,800
Harrogate Town Wetherby Road 3,300
Workington Borough Park 3,101
Solihull Moors Damson Park 3,050
Droylsden Butcher's Arms Ground 3,000
Guiseley Nethermoor Park3,000
Colwyn Bay Llanelian Road 2,500
Vauxhall Motors Rivacre Park 2,500

Results

Home \ Away ALT BST BLY BOS COL COR DRO EAS HAL GAI GLO GUI HAR HIN HIS HYD NUN SOL STL VAU WRC WRK
Altrincham 0–22–16–13–41–15–12–01–12–31–22–25–22–23–01–32–01–12–13–24–11–1
Bishop's Stortford 1–03–30–10–20–25–04–01–31–13–24–13–45–00–20–10–31–00–32–01–11–1
Blyth Spartans 1–13–11–02–21–21–31–02–32–30–11–23–33–32–10–12–32–11–11–21–20–3
Boston United 1–10–21–12–21–12–14–20–01–22–03–30–22–01–10–20–00–13–21–22–32–1
Colwyn Bay 1–64–10–23–20–26–32–00–12–14–21–22–20–52–10–11–60–02–00–00–21–0
Corby Town 1–36–14–01–21–05–25–02–41–30–10–10–50–20–20–40–20–31–21–02–33–3
Droylsden 3–12–23–32–12–12–13–32–11–21–22–01–12–32–32–32–11–03–35–24–11–1
Eastwood Town 1–63–40–02–20–11–42–22–21–62–12–20–10–31–22–20–51–10–12–40–10–3
FC Halifax Town 2–40–13–03–21–11–32–12–12–20–01–23–16–14–03–20–30–02–21–52–13–1
Gainsborough Trinity 2–04–22–01–32–01–01–22–00–11–41–00–12–13–22–03–13–13–11–12–22–0
Gloucester City 1–10–24–01–30–10–01–32–01–30–22–11–02–20–10–21–21–01–22–13–12–0
Guiseley 3–20–15–02–12–03–04–31–23–42–03–22–13–02–22–01–13–11–14–14–12–1
Harrogate Town 3–21–10–00–24–06–20–02–10–02–12–00–42–10–00–30–21–11–11–20–20–0
Hinckley United 1–41–31–31–23–10–31–14–03–23–02–30–11–20–30–01–11–25–52–22–34–2
Histon 2–32–32–21–30–01–15–53–01–41–14–32–24–02–31–11–13–00–13–31–52–0
Hyde 2–15–01–04–13–22–24–04–11–13–10–00–13–24–04–01–13–01–14–22–14–0
Nuneaton Town 2–12–02–22–01–12–02–14–01–00–10–01–12–02–53–22–00–11–22–13–02–1
Solihull Moors 2–03–12–21–01–01–20–20–21–25–31–00–15–11–20–21–00–01–12–30–02–1
Stalybridge Celtic 5–12–32–03–00–42–21–32–12–14–02–20–33–24–22–01–34–12–04–22–01–3
Vauxhall Motors 2–24–32–10–41–02–11–11–21–33–10–21–10–11–21–10–21–22–11–03–20–1
Worcester City 3–02–12–13–00–10–20–21–01–12–12–12–23–21–11–12–21–13–00–02–00–1
Workington 1–21–12–01–23–11–13–13–01–20–23–01–32–13–10–01–21–11–12–52–10–0
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Conference South

Conference South
Season2011–12
Champions Woking
Promoted Woking
Dartford
Relegated Hampton & Richmond Borough
Thurrock
Matches played462
Goals scored1,361 (2.95 per match)
Top goalscorer Francis Collin (28) [6]
Biggest home win Truro City 8–2 Farnborough
(25 October 2011)
Dartford 6–0 Thurrock
(28 January 2012)
Biggest away win Sutton United 0–5 Woking
(13 August 2011)
Highest scoring Truro City 8–2 Farnborough
(25 October 2011)
Highest attendance4,048
Woking 3–3 Truro City
(21 April 2012)
Lowest attendance156
Thurrock 0–3 Weston-super-Mare
(20 August 2011)
Thurrock 1–1 Maidenhead United
(18 February 2012)
2012–13

A total of 22 teams contested the division, including 17 previously competing sides, one relegated from the Conference Premier and four promoted from the lower leagues.

Promotion and relegation

Teams promoted from 2010–11 Isthmian League Premier Division

Teams promoted from 2010–11 Southern League Premier Division

Teams relegated from 2010–11 Conference Premier

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Woking (C, P)4230759241+5197Promotion to 2012–13 Conference Premier
2 Dartford (P)42261068940+4988Qualification for Conference South Playoffs
3 Welling United 4224997947+3281
4 Sutton United 42201486853+1574
5 Basingstoke Town 422011116550+1571
6 Chelmsford City 421813116744+2367
7 Dover Athletic 421715106249+1366
8 Boreham Wood 421710156658+861
9 Tonbridge Angels 421512157067+357
10 Salisbury City 421512155554+157
11 Dorchester Town 42168185865756
12 Eastleigh 42159185763654
13 Weston-super-Mare 421491958711351
14 Truro City 421392065801548
15 Staines Town 4212102053631046
16 Farnborough [lower-alpha 1] 421562152792746
17 Bromley 4210151752661445
18 Eastbourne Borough 421292154691545
19 Havant & Waterlooville 4211112064751144
20 Maidenhead United 4211102149742543
21 Hampton & Richmond Borough (R)4210122053691642Relegation to 2012–13 Isthmian League
22 Thurrock (R)425112633845126
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Farnborough deducted 5 points for breach of league financial rules. [7]

Play-offs

Semifinals Final
        
2 Dartford 1 2 3
5 Basingstoke Town 0 1 1
2 Dartford 1
3 Welling United 0
3 Welling United 2 0 2
4 Sutton United 1 0 1

Semi-finals – 1st leg

2 May 2012 Basingstoke Town 0–1 Dartford The Camrose, Basingstoke
19:45 Report Noble Soccerball shade.svg 45'Attendance: 1,691
2 May 2012 Sutton United 1–2 Welling United Gander Green Lane, Sutton
19:45Holloway Soccerball shade.svg 66' (o.g.) Report Clarke Soccerball shade.svg 24'
Healy Soccerball shade.svg 70'
Attendance: 1,455

Semi-finals – 2nd leg

6 May 2012 Dartford 2–1 Basingstoke Town Princes Park, Dartford
15:00Bradbrook Soccerball shade.svg 57'
Wilkinson Soccerball shade.svg 73'
Report McAuley Soccerball shade.svg 68'Attendance: 2,210
6 May 2012 Welling United 0–0 Sutton United Park View Road, Welling
15:00 Report Attendance: 1,408

Final

13 May 2012 Dartford 1–0 Welling United Princes Park, Dartford
15:00Noble Soccerball shade.svg 4'Attendance: 4,088

Stadia and locations

Greater London UK location map 2.svg
Locations of the Conference South 2011–12 Greater London teams
TeamStadiumCapacity
Sutton United Gander Green Lane 7,032
Dover Athletic Crabble Stadium 6,500
Woking Kingfield Stadium 6,036
Basingstoke Town The Camrose 6,000
Havant & Waterlooville West Leigh Park 5,250
Dorchester Town Avenue Stadium 5,009
Bromley Hayes Lane 5,000
Boreham Wood Meadow Park 4,502
Welling United Park View Road 4,500
Eastbourne Borough Priory Lane 4,134
Dartford Princes Park 4,100
Farnborough Cherrywood Road 4,000
Salisbury City Raymond McEnhill Stadium 3,500
Thurrock Ship Lane 3,500
Truro City Treyew Road 3,500
Weston-super-Mare Woodspring Stadium 3,500
Chelmsford City Melbourne Stadium 3,000
Eastleigh Silverlake Stadium 3,000
Hampton & Richmond Borough Beveree Stadium 3,000
Maidenhead United York Road 3,000
Staines Town Wheatsheaf Park 3,000
Tonbridge Angels Longmead Stadium 3,000

Results

Home \ Away BAS BOR BRO CHE DAR DOR DOV EAB EAS FAR H&R H&W MDH SAL STA SUT THU TON TRU WEL WSM WOK
Basingstoke Town 1–11–01–13–21–01–13–01–04–32–23–21–32–21–11–23–10–22–10–14–10–3
Boreham Wood 1–12–11–33–12–24–21–16–14–02–10–11–01–11–21–12–14–21–22–13–01–2
Bromley 1–34–01–01–20–00–11–30–01–11–20–00–12–21–13–00–02–21–11–11–02–4
Chelmsford City 0–10–06–10–00–02–31–03–02–21–03–12–02–30–12–31–02–20–11–23–22–3
Dartford 4–12–23–10–01–13–12–13–03–02–13–12–12–02–16–16–03–11–21–01–12–3
Dorchester Town 2–10–11–11–21–01–10–31–33–31–03–64–00–30–30–03–03–12–33–21–30–1
Dover Athletic 0–00–24–12–12–24–01–12–00–00–11–12–21–10–40–23–10–03–10–11–00–3
Eastbourne Borough 0–23–25–01–30–11–42–23–01–12–02–10–21–30–10–02–11–22–20–31–22–1
Eastleigh 0–22–00–21–12–20–12–32–10–11–13–24–11–12–14–03–21–23–13–02–10–0
Farnborough 1–04–02–11–31–21–20–21–01–30–21–00–31–01–00–30–23–22–11–40–10–1
Hampton & Richmond Borough 0–20–11–20–41–30–22–23–10–41–03–30–01–21–20–00–21–14–30–23–11–1
Havant & Waterlooville 0–12–41–22–30–44–20–10–00–05–02–22–12–13–22–23–01–14–11–21–13–4
Maidenhead United 1–10–33–31–11–10–11–41–04–33–40–22–00–11–11–14–00–41–30–41–30–1
Salisbury City 1–10–20–20–11–20–10–13–02–01–34–24–10–21–03–11–12–02–10–00–02–0
Staines Town 0–22–14–11–11–40–20–31–22–21–21–41–10–00–11–42–31–11–14–22–10–1
Sutton United 1–02–11–13–20–13–10–01–12–02–02–22–04–15–01–01–10–12–24–33–20–5
Thurrock 1–21–01–10–20–32–00–41–41–30–10–20–01–11–11–20–10–01–11–40–31–1
Tonbridge Angels 2–31–11–10–00–12–12–35–14–01–51–01–21–03–13–21–43–23–01–13–03–6
Truro City 2–52–11–20–21–10–11–00–22–18–23–30–11–22–22–10–33–02–02–30–11–4
Welling United 1–12–02–11–11–13–20–03–00–11–02–13–14–04–31–10–01–03–25–12–03–2
Weston-super-Mare 2–14–10–31–20–40–41–13–30–05–21–23–14–22–02–10–02–22–20–12–00–3
Woking 1–00–03–21–11–04–13–13–11–01–02–13–00–20–00–14–15–12–13–32–14–1
Updated to match(es) played on 28 April 2012. Source: Football Conference
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

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