Wollongong Wolves’ prized new recruit Thomas James continues to scorch up NPL NSW Men’s nets as the Englishman holds a three-goal lead a-top of the Golden Boot ladder with ten goals in seven matches.
James has been the talk of the NPL NSW Men’s competition thanks to his lethal finishing not to mention his lightning fast speed.
APIA Leichhardt Tigers’ Chris Payne is currently second on the ladder with seven goals while Stallions big man Mirjan Pavlovic makes up the top three with six.
One big mover from round 7 was Sydney United 58’s Peter Simonoski who notched up a hattrick in his first full match for his new club since coming back from injury.
2019 NPL NSW Men’s Golden Boot Race
Thomas James (Wollongong Wolves) 10
Chris Payne (APIA Leichhardt Tigers) 7
Mirjian Pavlovic (Marconi) 6
Marko Jesic (Marconi Stallions) 5
Jeremy Cox (Sutherland Sharks) 4
Jordan Swibel (Sydney FC) 4
Peter Simonoski (Sydney United 58)
Brendan Cholakian (Manly United) 3
Amaury Gauthier (Hakoah) 3
Alejandro Sanchez (Sydney Olympic) 3
Jason Madonis (Sydney Olympic) 3
Marco Tilio (Sydney FC) 3