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Weekend in numbers

6 May 2014

1 - Joe Lolley scored his first goal for Huddersfield Town on his first start for the club. He joined the Terriers in January.

3 - Three players netted hat-tricks over the weekend; Portsmouth's Danny Hollands, Charlton Athletic's Callum Harriott and Huddersfield Town's Danny Ward.

3 - Craig Conway picked up a hat-trick of assists on Saturday, when Blackburn Rovers beat Wigan Athletic 4-3.

4 - Southend United's Barry Corr continued his purple patch scoring for a fourth successive Sky Bet League 2 game.

10 - Bournemouth secured their highest ever Football League finish, ending the season 10th in the Sky Bet Championship. Their previous best was 12th in the second tier.

11 - Leicester City became the 11th team to pass the 100-point mark during a Football League season. They finished the Championship campaign with 102 points.

15 - 15 teams were separated by just 10 points in the final League 2 table, stretching from Bristol Rovers in 23rd to Dagenham and Redbridge in ninth.

16 - Exeter City picked up their first away clean sheet in 16 matches in League 2 with their 2-0 success at Hartlepool United on Saturday.

16 - Sheffield United were 23rd in Sky Bet League 1 at the start of February but in the final three months of the season rose 16 places to finish in seventh.

17 - League 2 York City ended the regular Sky Bet Football League season with the longest unbeaten run - 17 games.

23 - Scunthorpe United striker Sam Winnall netted 23 League 2 goals during the 2013/14 campaign to be named top scorer.

24 - Bristol City's Sam Baldock's 24 league goals saw him take the League 1 golden boot accolade.

28 - Ross McCormack was the Championships top scorer with 28 goals for Leeds United.

58 - Wes Thomas scored the quickest goal of the weekend, netting after just 58 seconds in Rotherham United's 2-1 win at Swindon Town.

93 - Second-placed Burnley ended the Championship season on 93 points - a tally that would have won the title in the past three seasons.

100 - Charlie Austin scored the 100th goal of his professional career when he opened the scoring at Oakwell at the weekend. He netted 37 times for Swindon Town, 45 for Burnley and 18 to date for Queens Park Rangers.

103 - Wolverhampton Wanderers finished the League 1 campaign with a third tier record of 103 points.

108 - There were 108 goals scored on the final day of The Football League season; 43 in the Championship, 28 in League 1 and 37 in League 2.

151 - Coventry City were involved in the most league goals across the three divisions. They scored 74 and conceded 77, a total of 151.

31,424 - Over 31,000 fans went to the King Power Stadium on Saturday to watch Leicester City beat Doncaster Rovers 1-0, and that was the highest Football League attendance of the weekend.

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