With all The Alex’s results for the 2021-22 season expunged after their resignation from the Rhyl and District Sunday Football League, all goals scored for and against them also become void.
This has meant quite a few changes in the hotshots table, which covers league and cup goals scored over the campaign.
The revised standings now see Macca Lewis of Six Bells and Conwy Comrades hitman Jamie Haggas as joint leaders on 21 goals.
Right on their tails is FC Mally goal machine Benn Lundstram on 19.
All of Alex’s results and goals scored for and against them in league and cup are listed below the revised standings.
UPDATED SUNDAY LEAGUE HOTSHOTS TABLE UP TO AND INCLUDING APRIL 3
Macca Lewis (Six Bells), Jamie Haggas (Conwy Comrades)
Benn Lundstram (FC Mally)
Matty Rees (Royal Oak)
Harrison Bellis (Rhyl Wanderers – 3 for Bar Bow), Andy Lee (Royal Oak),
Kyle Robb (FC Mally), Joe Carey (Conwy Comrades)
Lee Ellis (FC Mally), Josh Brown (Royal Oak), Max Williams (Y Clwb), Joel Rowlands (Bar Bow), Cory Young (Y Clwb)
THE ALEX – EXPUNGED RESULTS FOR 2021-22 SEASON
The Alex 3 (Jay Collins, Dave Maddock, Luke Nichols) Six Bells 6 (Macca Lewis 3, Aidan Bell, Ellis Blench, Jack Edwards)
The Alex 5 (Jack McGovern 3, Dan Roberts, Gaz Sharp) Bar Bow 2 (Colin Sargerson, Ryan Fox)
The Alex 0 FC Mally 6 (Ricky Jones, Benn Lundstram 3, Kyle Robb, James Hobson)
The Alex 5 (Sam Porter 2, Steve Collins 2, Joe Jones) Rhyl Wanderers 7 (David Coleman 3, Jacob Jones, Oli Gray, Luke Bradshaw pen, 1 OG)
Y Clwb 6 (Tyler Griffiths 3, Cai Moore, Tom Williams, Joel Jones) The Alex 0
The Alex 1 Millbank 11 (Aiden Bell 4, Jack Davies 3, Mattie Edge 2, Jay Hughes, Alex Hall)
The Alex 3 (Jack Williams 2, Jack McGovern) Conwy Comrades 4 (Skye Shields 3, Jamie Haggas)
The Alex 1 (Steve Collins) Royal Oak 5 (Adam Cassidy, Josh Brown 2, David Gray, Dean Hughes)
FC Mally 2 (Benn Lundstram 2) The Alex 5 (Jack Mcgovern 2, Jack Williams, Steve Collins, Joey Jennings)
PLAYED 9 WON 2 LOST 7 GOALS FOR 23 GOALS CONCEDED 49
Matty Perez Cup semi finals
The Alex 1 (Josh Winder) Royal Oak 3 (Matty Rees 2 pens, Alan Momior)
North Wales Coast Sunday Challenge Cup
The Alex 2 (Matty McElroy, David Maddock) Y Clwb 3 (Max Williams, Dion Lloyd, Tom Williams)
Premier Cup quarter-finals
The Alex 0 Bar Bow 8 (Harrison Bellis 3, Richard Hill 2, Martin King 2, Matt Pleavin)
Lee Jones Cup
Conwy Comrades 11 (Callum Parry 4, Skye Shields 2, Sean McIlvogue, Ryan McIlvogue, Kai Davies, James Cory, Jack Kearney) The Alex 1 (Ryan Williams)