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npower League 2 in numbers

29 May 2013

-22 - AFC Wimbledon finished with the lowest goal difference in the league, scoring 54 and conceding 76.

0 - York City were the only side in the division to not have a player sent off this term.

7 - Rochdale's Bobby Grant, Wycombe Wanderers' Dean Morgan and Northampton Town's Chris Hackett all hit the woodwork seven times.

9 - Champions Gillingham suffered the fewest losses, beating Port Vale, who finished third, by one.

10 - Northampton Town saw off Aldershot Town, Dagenham and Redbridge, Fleetwood Town, Burton Albion, Rochdale, Plymouth Argyle, Bristol Rovers, Accrington Stanley, Oxford United and Torquay United to record the division's longest home winning streak.

14 - Fourteen players featured in all 46 league games. Dagenham and Redbridge lead the way with Scott Doe, Femi Ilesanmi, Abu Ogogo and Luke Howell ever-present on the Daggers' team-sheet, along with Burton Albion's Anthony O'Connor, Cheltenham Town duo Steve Elliott and Scott Brown, Exeter City's Danny Coles, Northampton Town's Lee Nicholls, Port Vale pair Chris Neal and Tom Pope, Rochdale's Josh Lillis, Southend United's Sean Clohessy and York City goalkeeper Michael Ingham.

15 - Southend United's Kevan Hurst registered the most assists, putting the ball on a plate for his team-mates on 15 occasions.

19 - York were League 2's draw specialists with 19, four more than Aldershot Town.

19 - Cheltenham Town registered the most clean sheets this term, beating Gillingham and Bradford City by one.

26 - Torquay United used the fewest players over the season with just 26 different names turning out for the Gulls.

28 - Northampton hit the frame of the goal more than any other side in the division.

31 - Tom Pope notched 31 league goals for Port Vale to take League 2's top scorer accolade.

32 - Over 30 players managed to get into double figures for goals scored this term.

48 - Barnet used the most players, with 48 different names pulling on the Bees' shirt over the course of the season.

77 - Rochdale's Bobby Grant had more shots on target that anyone else, beating Jamie Cureton's tally of 67 by 10.

88 - Fleetwood Town picked up the most yellow cards.

93 - Torquay United striker Rene Howe committed the most fouls in the division.

163 - Aldershot Town struggled to hit the target this season, registering just 163 goal-bound shots.

315 - Rochdale, meanwhile, had the most shots on target.

405 - Exeter City committed the least number of fouls.

568 - At the other end of the spectrum, Northampton Town committed the most fouls.

1,674 - Accrington Stanley had the lowest average attendance, closely followed by Dagenham and Redbridge.

10,322 - Bradford City had the division's highest average attendance.

13,461 - The highest gate of the season came at Valley Parade when the Bradford played host to Rotherham United in April.

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Please note, all statistics are based on information supplied by the Press Association.

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