Seven keepers (Eight if you include Matt Ball) have been utilised across all competitions by Gordon Bartlett this season but none have been as effective as long-term number one, Jonathan North.
The 25-year-old former Hornets trainee, who joined the Stones in Summer 2010, returned to competitive league action on Saturday after missing three-months of the campaign due to knee surgery.
During his absence Stones possessed a lower win ratio and shipped goals at a higher frequency (2 per game on average – compared to just 1.17 per game with North). Furthermore, the Stones obtained less points without their popular Welsh stopper.
Full record, league games only for 2015/16 campaign:
*includes Eastbourne Borough where Matt Ball played out remaining 55-minutes in goal due to North sending off.
**keepers featured: Bransgrove, Howes, Taylor, Gore. (Dutton & Malone only featured in cup games)