Welcome . . . . . to the Official Website of the Blue & Gold Supporters' Trust for all the followers of
the senior football club in King's Lynn, King's Lynn Town - "The Linnets".
Independent of King's Lynn Town Football Club
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The Archive contains the historic information on King's Lynn Football Club from the Linnets' Crest to every league table involving Lynn since 1897 plus all Lynn's FA Cup, Trophy, Vase, Amateur Cup and League/League Cup results.
Covering nineteen divisions in 2017-18.
Kings Lynn Town 5 Attleborough Town 1
Tuesday 21st November
Lynn eased through to the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Senior Cup with a 5-1 victory over Anglian Combination side Attleborough Town.
Lynn fielded a strong reserve team with Eion McQuaid and Tom Siddons, unused substitutes for the first team on Saturday, in the starting eleven.
The visitors nearly got off to the perfect start when the lively Jack Flynn broke through on the second minute rounding keeper Tom Rix but put his shot into the side netting.
Lynn took the lead on seven minutes through Siddons with a turn and curling finish. Flynn had another chance for the visitors but his shot was straight at Rix who couldn't hold the ball but saved the follow-up, blocking with his feet.
Dylan Edge, who was a late addition to the starting eleven, was responsible for Lynn's second on eleven minutes, his cross-shot being diverted into the net by a defender.
Lynn had two chances to increase their lead from the penalty spot. The first, on 35 minutes, was the result of a foul on Edge by Liam Clayton but McQuaid's spot kick was saved by Josh Guineas.
The second kick came three minutes later following a hand ball, this time Siddons took the kick but Guineas produced another fine diving save.
On 40 minute Lynn added to their tally, Siddons finishing with a simple close range tap in to make in 3-0.
The visitors suffered a further set back just before half time when Kieran Brown was dismissed for a foul on Nathan Daw.
Attleborough pulled a goal back on 52 minutes when Flynn managed to get in between Rix and Daw to slot home.
Substitute Harry Baldry was involved in the action for a matter of minutes before adding his name to the scoresheet with a shot from some distance on 74 minutes and two minutes later Siddons completed his hat trick.
Lynn: Rix, Daw, McLeish, L.Fryatt (Noble 77), Frary, C.Ward, Edge (Dye 70), McQuaid, Siddons, Allen, Whayman (Baldry 70). Subs: Franks, Dye, Noble, Baldry. Booked: Siddons. Scorers: Siddons 7, 42, 75 Own Goal 11, Baldry 74
Attleborough: Guineas, Snowling, Clayton, Smith, Mann, Venables, Wright, Miles, Brown, Whitman, Flynn. Subs: Rivett, Lawerence, Fuller, Carr, Hunt. Sent off: Brown. Scorer: Flynn 53
Basingstoke Town 1 Kings Lynn Town 2
Saturday 18th November
Lynn go six points clear at the top of the league.
For a match report . . .
Kings Lynn Town 4 Royston Town 0
Tuesday 14th November
Second half display shoots down Crows.
For a match report . . .
Banbury United 1 Kings Lynn Town 2
Tuesday 7th November
Lynn return to top of the league.
For a match report and video of the goals . . .
Kings Lynn Town 0 Chesham United 1
Saturday 4th November
Lynn miss the chance to go top as they lose their unbeaten home record and Grant Holt departs after only four games.
For a match report . .
Kings Lynn Town 0 Mildenhall Town 1
Saturday 28th October
The one hundredth tie that King's Lynn, in its various guises, has played in the FA Trophy turned out to be one that is best forgotten as they go out to
Mildenhall Town who were making their debut in the competition.
For a match report . .
For all the club news go to the King's Lynn Town News Archive.
Minutes of past meetings can be found on this website.
Blue & Gold Trust Committee Meetings
Next directors' meeting: Thursday 7th December at the Crown & Mitre 7.30pm.
In line with our policy of openness and honesty, Trust members have the opportunity to attend Trust committee meetings, but should
register their interest via the "contact us" facility on the website
or by contacting the Secretary on 07710 937103.
This invitation is open to Trust members only, and that
attendance will be limited to two applicants per meeting on a first come first served basis.
The aims of the Blue & Gold Trust:
To lobby, publicise and campaign to encourage the owners of KLTFC to take into account the interests of supporters
in its decision making.
To act as an independent forum to raise the concerns of the supporters of KLTFC.
To enable a democratically elected Director of the Trust to represent the views of the supporters and influence the decision making of the owners of KLTFC.
To raise funds to enable the Trust to be in a position to purchase a stakeholding in the club, thus ensuring democratic supporter representation in the running of the club and that funds raised are used appropriately to benefit the long term stability and future of KLTFC for its supporters and the community.
To ensure that KLTFC meets the highest standards of business management.
To strengthen the bonds between KLTFC and the community it serves, and to represent the interests of the community in the running of the club.
To promote, develop and respect the rights of the members of the community served by KLTFC and the Trust.
To encourage the club to play competitive football at the highest possible level.
If you would like to join the Trust to help further these aims, you can do so online here.
The Blue & Gold Supporters' Trust Ltd is a registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014
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The Blue & Gold Supporter's Trust is an independent Supporters' Trust and has no official affiliation with King's Lynn Town Football Club