1 Farnborough Town 1 Arsenal 5
2 Darlington 2 Farnborough Town 3
3 Canvey Island 0 Aldershot Town 1.
1 Stevenage 5 Farnborough Town 0
2 Aldershot Town 0 Basingstoke 3
1 Canvey Island 0 Aldershot Town 1
2 Darlington 2 Farnborough Town 3
3 Chester City 0 Farnborough Town 2
Most disappointing result
1 Aldershot Town 0 Dagenham & Redbridge 4
2 Farnborough Town 1 Tamworth 2
Goal of the Year
1 Aaron McLean's 30-yard effort v Hendon
2 Geoff Pitcher's curling 25-yard strike at Woking
3 Lenny Piper's dipping effort from 30 yards against Tamworth
Moment of the Year
1 Aldershot Town finally lifting the Ryman premier division trophy
2 The final whistle at Canvey Island
3 Farnborough Town running out to a capacity Highbury crowd alongside the Arsenal superstars
4 Ken Charlery's goal eight minutes into injury time securing Farnborough's Conference survival.
Miss of the season
1 Lee Charles at Sutton
Most disgraceful incident:
1 Graham Westley's antics at Yeovil Town which saw police and stewards remove him from the stands
2 Westley leaving the club just 36 hours after the Arsenal game
3 Aldershot fans clashing with Dagenham fans in the East Bank
1 The Piper brothers being dropped from the Darlington Cup game
2 Jim Rodwell's return after his contract dispute with Westley
3 Fleet appointing ex-Southampton defender Mark Dennis and former Hampshire cricketer Adi Aymes as their management duo.
Breath of Fresh Air
1 Terry Brown & Stuart Cash
2 Ian McDonald
3 Dennis and Aymes
Most frustrating journey
1 New Sports reporter Rebekah Wheller travelling to her first Ryman League match at Heybridge, only to discover she had gone to the other Essex town of the same name.
2 Deputy Sports Editor Alex Narey getting his car vandalised outside Molesey's ground - this after being stuck in traffic for four hours!
3 Sports Editor Jon Couch almost falling asleep at the wheel on the way back from Braintree - only to be saved by Shots photographer Ian Morsmann on the M25.
Most worrying time:
Canvey's form which threatened to push Aldershot to the very end
The transfer embargo which stopped Ian McDonald from adding to the Farnborough Town squad while the league position was plummeting.
Westley's loyalty and the decision to let seven Farnborough players follow him out of the door.
Aldershot's moaning brigade
Terry Brown falling over the barriers at Andover while being interviewed.
Westley's post-match grilling by Observer journalist Ian Ridley after the Arsenal game
Manager of the Year:
Best Burgers/Fast Food:
Most Improved Player:
1 Lee Holsgrove
2 Rocky Baptiste
3 Darren Annon
1 Roscoe D'Sane (Woking)
2 Geoff Pitcher (Brighton - loan)
3 Ray Warburton (Boston)
1 Dean Hooper
2 Ken Charlery
3 Lee Holsgrove
Anthony Charles' afro
Nikki Bull's red and blue dye for the title celebrations
Lenny Piper's V-shaped effort for the Tamworth game
Players to watch 2003/04:
1 Michael Harper
2 Paul Harkness
3 Jamie Taylor
Most helpful clubman:
Steve Cantle (Fleet)
Stevenage Borough Fans on Graham Westley's opening game with a slightly new-look team, singing "Who are we, who are we..."
Shots fans persistent singing of "Roscoe, Roscoe, Roscoe, Roscoe."
Most Regular occurrence:
Westley keeping the press waiting for post-match interviews, and always wearing shorts for the occasion, whatever the weather.
Dean Hooper grabbing any opposing player by the scruff of the neck before finding his way into the referee's book.
Terry Brown reflecting on a 1-0 win for the Shots, saying: "I know I sound like an old man whinging…….."
Rarity of the Year:
1 A Darren Annon goal.
2 Consistent referee decisions.
3 Tony Pennock making a mistake.
Quotes of the Year:
"Boris Becker won Wimbledon when he was 17" - Graham Westley when asked about Farnborough's chances against 2002 Double winners Arsenal.
"If you look at last season and this season we have had to play Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester United and now Chelsea twice, as well as Farnborough" - Arsene Wenger's reaction to drawing Chelsea in the FA Cup sixth round.
"I turned around and saw Petit, then Lampard, then Zola, I didn't know who to mark." - Lee Holsgrove after Aldershot's friendly with Chelsea.
Players of the year:
1 Tony Pennock (Boro)
2 Nikki Bull (Shots)
3 Dominic Sterling (Shots)
4 Darren Annon (Boro).