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Reading Sunday Social League: List of Top Scorers - 2021 Season

Welcome aboard the home of The Hype Train and its very own grassroots football team, Hype Train Football Club. In April 2021 we announced the formation of a new grassroots football competition in the Reading area - the Reading Sunday Social League - an 8-team mini-league co-created by Hype Train FC and Caversham United that was played out between April 11th 2021 and the final on June 20th 2021 between Woodley Saints FC and Hype Train FC. Here, you can view the list of overall scorers in the RSSL scorers during the 2021 season, as well as some statistics surrounding those finding the net in the league. All aboard.

Reading Sunday Social League - Matches and Scorers:

Week 1 – Sunday 11th April 2021

Caversham United 2-3 Southbank

Woodley Saints 2-1 Hype Train FC

Tilehurst Titans 3-3 Thames Valley Railway

New England 1-4 Rose & Thistle FC

Caversham United: Alex Jenkins, Lewis Downes

Southbank: Ryan North, Musa Saidybah, George Grant

Woodley: Blue Caswell, Rob Moody

Hype Train: Callum Parr-Jones

New England: Matt Seymour

Rose & Thistle: Liam Ridge, Matthew Anderson, Toninho Antonio Skeete, Tom Green

Tilehurst Titans: Ashley Mugabe, Scott Terry, Daniel Priest

Thames Valley Railway: Arkanius, Jamie Wainwright, Nathan Franks

Week 2 – Sunday 18th April 2021

Woodley Saints 6-0 Thames Valley Railway

Hype Train FC 4-1 Southbank FC

Tilehurst Titans 1-3 Rose & Thistle FC

New England 1-5 Caversham United

Caversham United: Joe Hales (2), Paul Gutteridge, Tom Burnett, Zac Dellow

Southbank: Louis Elford

Woodley: Ray Barry, Danny Isaiew, Blue Caswell, Marko Tidswell (2), James Phillips

Hype Train: Stefan Sukara, Graham High, Joe Sawyer, Tae Eom

New England: Taylor Sullivan

Rose & Thistle: Craig Farrell, Ben Spence, Matthew Anderson

Tilehurst Titans: Dan Priest

Thames Valley Railway: N/A

Week 3 – Sunday 25th April 2021

Woodley Saints 2-1 Tilehurst Titans

Rose & Thistle FC 1-1 Hype Train FC

New England 2-4 Southbank FC

Caversham United 7-2 Thames Valley Railway

Caversham United: Jack Tapscott (3), Sam Foster, Ofori Boateng, Alex Jenkins, Euan Barker

Southbank: Ryan North, Louis Elford (2), Josh Spicer

Woodley: Brandon Thompson, Josh Stemp

Hype Train: Jack Reddings

New England: Morgan Minter, Nathan McCarthy

Rose & Thistle: Miklos Fogl

Tilehurst Titans: Scott Terry

Thames Valley Railway: Paul Barker (2)

Week 4 – Sunday 9th May 2021

Woodley Saints 1-1 Rose & Thistle FC

New England 0-5 Hype Train FC

Southank 4-2 Thames Valley Railway

Caversham United 3-0 Tilehurst Titans

Caversham United: Ofori Boateng, Joe Hales, Dave Brawn

Southbank: Niles Joyce (2), Reece Jones, Musa Saidybah

Woodley: Warren Cheng (1)

Hype Train: Sam Bolwell (2), Stefan Sukara, Phil Newport, Walid Zaky

New England: N/A

Rose & Thistle: Jamie Carstairs

Tilehurst Titans: N/A

Thames Valley Railway: Josh Dunn, Brandon Lees

Week 5 – Sunday 16th May 2021

Woodley Saints 2-0 Caversham United

Southbank 2-0 Rose & Thistle FC

New England 2-0 Thames Valley Railway

Hype Train FC 7-2 New England

Caversham United: N/A

Southbank: Musa Saidybah, George Grant

Woodley: Danny Isaiew, Dave Miles

Hype Train: Phil Newport (2), Stefan Sukara (2), Clayton Holloway, Callum Fox-Spence, Jon Watkins

New England: Nathan McCarthy (2)

Rose & Thistle: N/A

Tilehurst Titans: Frankie Perryman, Scott Terry

Thames Valley Railway: N/A

Week 6 – Sunday 23rd May 2021

Caversham United 3-1 Rose & Thistle FC

Hype Train FC 3-0 Thames Valley Railway

Woodley Saints FC 0-0 Southbank FC

New England 2-1 Tilehurst Titans

Caversham United: Callum Grover, Sam Foster, Tom Burnett

Southbank: N/A

Woodley: N/A

Hype Train: Jon Watkins (3)

New England: Taylor Sullivan, Ashley Rockall

Rose & Thistle: Sam Larking

Tilehurst Titans: Jack Witchalls

Thames Valley Railway: N/A

Week 7 – Sunday 6th June 2021

Caversham United 3-5 Hype Train FC

Tilehurst Titans 2-6 Southbank FC

Woodley Saints 7-1 New England

Thames Valley Railway 4-1 Rose & Thistle FC

Caversham United: Bradley Pembrooke (2), Sam Foster

Southbank: Will Frank (3), Josh Spicer, Vinny Cox, James Gearing

Woodley: Jordan Sawyer (5), Rob Moody (2)

Hype Train: Phil Newport (2), Sam Bolwell, Callum Fox-Spence, Leon Mannion

New England: Valentino

Rose & Thistle: Jordan Da Silva

Tilehurst Titans: Bradley Cox, John Graham

Thames Valley Railway: Nathan Franks, Brandon Lees, Paul Barker, Joe Parkins

Grand Final – Sunday 20th June 2021

Woodley Saints 1-0 Hype Train FC

Woodley: Jordan Sawyer

Hype Train: N/A

Reading Sunday Social League (RSSL): Overall Top Scorers

6 – Jordan Sawyer (Woodley Saints)

5 – Phil Newport (Hype Train)

4 - Stefan Sukara (Hype Train)

4 - Jon Watkins (Hype Train)

3 - Musa Saidybah (Southank)

3 - Louis Elford (Southank)

3 - Jack Tapscott (Caversham)

3 - Nathan McCarthy (New England)

3 - Scott Terry (Titans)

3 - Joe Hales (Caversham)

3 - Sam Foster (Caversham)

3 - Rob Moody (Woodley)

3 - Sam Bolwell (Hype Train)

3 - Will Frank (Southbank)

2 - Bradley Pembrooke (Caversham)

2 - Alex Jenkins (Caversham)

2 - Ryan North (Southbank)

2 - Blue Caswell (Woodley)

2 - Marko Tidswell (Woodley)

2 - Daniel Priest (Titans)

2 - Matthew Anderson (Rose)

2 - Paul Barker (Thames)

2 - George Grant (Southbank)

2 - Danny Isaiew (Woodley)

2 - Niles Noyce (Southbank)

2 - Ofori Boateng (Caversham)

2 - Tom Burnett (Caversham)

2 - Taylor Sullivan (New England)

2 - Brandon Lees (Thames)

2 - Nathan Franks (Thames)

2 - Callum Fox-Spence (Hype Train)

2 - Josh Spicer (Southbank)

1 - Paul Gutteridge (Caversham)

1 - Callum Grover (Caversham)

1 - Zac Dellow (Caversham)

1 - Lewis Downes (Caversham)

1 - Euan Barker (Caversham)

1 - Dave Brawn (Caversham)

1 - Reece Jones (Southbank)

1 - Ray Barry (Woodley)

1 - James Phillips (Woodley)

1 - Brandon Thompson (Woodley)

1 - Josh Stemp (Woodley)

1 - Warren Cheng (Woodley)

1 - Dave Miles (Woodley)

1 - Callum Parr-Jones (Hype Train)

1 - Graham High (Hype Train)

1 - Joe Sawyer (Hype Train)

1 - Tae Eom (Hype Train)

1 - Jack Reddings (Hype Train)

1 - Clayton Holloway (Hype Train)

1 - Walid Zaky (Hype Train)

1 - Leon Mannion (Hype Train)

1 - Matt Seymour (New England)

1 - Valentino (New England)

1 - Morgan Minter (New England)

1 - Ashley Rockall (New England)

1 - Liam Ridge (Rose)

1 - Toninho Antonio Skeete (Rose)

1 - Tom Green (Rose)

1 - Craig Farrell (Rose)

1 - Ben Spence (Rose)

1 - Miklos Fogl (Rose)

1 - Jamie Carstairs (Rose)

1 - Jordan Da Silva (Rose)

1 - Sam Larking (Rose)

1 - James Gearing (Southbank)

1 - Vinny Cox (Southbank)

1 - Ashley Mugabe (Titans)

1 - Frankie Perryman (Titans)

1 - Jack Witchalls (Titans)

1 - Bradley Cox (Titans)

1 - John Graham (Titans)

1 - Arkanius (Thames)

1 - Jamie Wainwright (Thames)

1 - Josh Dunn (Thames)

1 - Paul Barker (Thames)

1 - Joe Parkins (Thames)

RSSL Goal Statistics: 2021 Season

- Jordan Sawyer (Woodley) became the league's top scorer by netting in 2 games, with Sawyer netting 5 against New England (Week 6), whilst scoring the only goal in the Grand Final against Hype Train FC.

- There were a total of 78 goal scorers in the RSSL. 46 players scored 1 goal, 18 players scored 2 goals, 10 players scored 3 goals, 2 players scored 4 goals, 1 player scored 5 goals, and 1 player scored 6 goals.

- This all means there were 131 goals scored in the RSSL across 29 matches, meaning each game had an average of 4.5 goals-per-game.

- 4 players scored hat-tricks in the RSSL; Jack Tapscott (Caversham) vs.Thames (Week 3), Jon Watkins (Hype Train) vs. Thames (Week 6), Jordan Sawyer (Woodley) vs. New England (Week 7), and Will Frank (Southbank) vs. Tilehurst Titants (Week 7).

- Hype Train FC scored the most goals in the competition, netting 26 goals in 8 matches, with 13 different players scoring goals.

- New England scored the fewest goals in the competition, netting 9 times, whilst the bottom 3 clubs (New England, Thames, Titans) each conceded 26 goals, the joint-most of the 8 teams.

View the gallery of the RSSL trophy, medals and runners-up awards:

Who supported the Reading Sunday Social League (RSSL)?:

Forming a football league overnight is no mean feat and it takes dedicated individuals to organise. Here at The Hype Train we have been at ground level organising by creating the league's official logo and all of its affiliated graphics, handbooks, trophy design, and will be providing regular updates and exclusives here at as the league kicks on. Meanwhile, Caversham United have worked hard to organise the competing teams, sponsors, and fixtures ahead of an April 11th start.

We will be joined by the team at Football in Berkshire in providing weekly round-ups, unique coverage and news surrounding the league. The Football in Berkshire website reaches 15,000 monthly readers and provides excellent content from semi-pro to Sunday league competitions.

Sponsoring the tournament, and making our lofty aspirations of the league come true, are the brilliant team at Lens Digital. The team at we.are.lens are a web design agency based in Ascot, Berkshire specialising in user friendly, responsive custom website design/build, WordPress maintenance, support and SEO. If you're looking for a new website, check out the team today at - they're also big advocates for local and grassroots football and currently sponsor Codicote FC of the Spartan South Midlands League.

Last but not least, we have been working closely with the team at Awards FC to create a beautiful and bespoke trophy for the competition. The team at Awards specialise in creating bespoke trophies, medals and awards that perfectly tailor your club.

Want to know more about The Hype Train?

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We pride ourselves in providing beautiful graphics, statistics, in-depth analytical reporting and free weekly insight for hopeful players attempting to climb rankings tables. We are also occasional media reviewers, with a keen interest to review games, live sport, and professional wrestling.

In 2019, Hype Train Football Club was formed, becoming the first Fantasy Football website to take to the field. HTFC is a socially active team across social and web channels, providing regular match highlights, match reports, comprehensive player statistics and unique player profiles.

The Hype Train were nominated and shortlisted for the 'Best Football Blog' in 2016 by the Football Bloggers Association at their annual Football Blogging Awards (The FBA's), and were again shortlisted as a finalist in 2019 in the 'Best Fantasy Football Blog' category.

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