ED Phillips and Craig Holland finished top of the charts for the 2018/19 season.

The Oxford Mail have been compiling league statistics from clubs who submit match reports and can reveal the standings for overall points, tries scored and points kicked.

Banbury scrum-half Phillips fended off a late surge from Grove centre Connor Hull to finish with the highest points total.

He ended the campaign with 230 - 21 ahead of Hull, who beat Chipping Norton fly-half Dan Lightfoot into second place.

More than 78 per cent of Phillips’s total came from the boot, helping him also finish top of the kicking king leaderboard.

Chinnor winger Holland, who has also played at fly-half and full-back this season, has enjoyed an impressive campaign in National League 1.

He crossed 26 times in the third tier of English rugby, helping him top the try-scoring charts ahead of Grove centre Guy Nicholl and Chipping Norton scrum-half Matty Wheeler.


1 E Phillips (Banbury) 230pts, 2 C Hull (Grove) 209, 3 D Lightfoot (Chipping Norton) 201, 4 C Holland (Chinnor) 180, 5= G Nicholl (Grove), M Wheeler (Chipping Norton) 120, 7 A Laman (Wheatley) 117, 8 A Turetta (Oxford Harlequins) 116, 9 D Leese (Banbury) 109, 10 C Ryan (Chinnor) 103.


1 C Holland (Chinnor) 26, 2= G Nicholl (Grove), M Wheeler (Chipping Norton) 24, 4= I Isham (Banbury), C Hull (Grove), M Benson (Chipping Norton) 18, 7 J Smith (Wheatley) 16, 8= D Brady (Banbury), A Turetta (Oxford Harlequins), J Briggs, E Berridge (both Banbury) 14.


1 E Phillips (Banbury) 180pts, 2 D Lightfoot (Chipping Norton) 161, 3 C Hull (Grove) 119, 4 C Ryan (Chinnor) 103, 5 A Laman (Wheatley) 102, 6 R Giles (Henley Hawks) 80, 7 T Landray (Witney) 72, 8 J Witts (Didcot) 70, 9 R Garrett (Oxford Harlequins) 67, 10 D Walker (Bicester) 64.