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Evo-Stik Southern Prem
10 Biggleswade Town 36 52
11 Weymouth 36 47
12 Basingstoke Town 36 47
13 King's Lynn Town 36 46
14 St Ives Town 37 46
15 Dunstable Town 35 44
16 Redditch United 37 44
Thurlow Nunn Div One
10  Whitton United 31 42
11  Wisbech St Mary 29 40
12  Downham Town 28 39
13  King's Lynn Res 26 38
14  Cornard United 31 34
15  Debenham LC 28 30
16  Team Bury 29 29
Thurlow Nunn Youth
01  Peterborough NS 12 26
02  St Ives Town 10 22
03  King's Lynn T 11 18
04  Holbeach Utd 12 16
05  Wisbech St Mary 10 13
06  March Town Utd 12 11
07  Downham Town 11 2

Sunday 19th February
NW&G Football League
King's Lynn v Aylsham 5-1

Monday 20th February
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Cambridge City v King's Lynn 0-0

Tuesday 21st February
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Cinderford T v Slough T 2-1
Dunstable T v Kettering 2-3
Merthyr T v Hitchin T 2-2
St Ives T v Chesham Utd 0-2
Thurlow Nunn First Division Cup
Lynn Reserves v Whitton Utd 3-2
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Debenham LC v Woodbridge 0-2
Leiston Res v Sudbury Res 5-3

Saturday 25th February
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Banbury Utd v St Ives T 1-0
Basingstoke T v Chippenham 1-2
Cambridge City v Leamington 1-1
Cinderford T v Redditch Utd 1-1
Dorchester T v Slough T 0-4
Dunstable T v Cirencester 1-1
Hitchin T v King's Lynn 5-0
Kettering T v Chesham Utd 1-2
Merthyr T v Frome T 1-2
St Neots T v Kings Langley 5-2
Stratford T v Biggleswade T 1-0
Weymouth v H&Y Utd 2-2
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Braintree Res v Diss T 3-1
Cornard Utd v Team Bury 4-1
Debenham LC v Needham Res 3-0
Dereham T v Woodbridge T 0-3
Halstead T v Haverhill Boro' 0-2
Lynn Res v Holland FC 2-1
Stowmarket T v Downham T 3-0
Whitton Utd v Coggeshall T 5-4
Wisbech SM v Framlingham T 1-3
JPL Under 16s
King's Lynn v Ilkeston 2-2

Sunday 26th February
NW&G Football League
Brandon T v King's Lynn 0-7

Monday 27th February
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Hitchin T v Dorchester 0-1

Tuesday 28th February
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Basingstoke T v Dunstable T
H&Y Utd v Cinderford T
Leamington v Chesham Utd
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Diss T v Holland FC
Halstead T v Leiston Res
Team Bury v Stowmarket T

Wednesday 1st March
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Haverhill Boro' v Lynn Reserves
Thurlow Nunn Youth Cup
King's Lynn v Horsford

Friday 3rd March
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Leiston v Woodbridge T

Saturday 4th March
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Biggleswade T v Merthyr T
Chesham Utd v Cinderford T
Chippenham T v Dunstable T
Cirencester T v H&Y Utd
Frome T v Banbury Utd
King's Lynn T v Stratford T
Kings Langley v Cambridge City
Leamington v St. Neots T
Redditch Utd v Dorchester T
Slough T v Basingstoke T
St. Ives T v Hitchin T
Weymouth v Kettering T
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Coggeshall T v Kings Lynn
Diss T v Cornard Utd
Downham T v Holland FC
Framlingham T v Whitton Utd
Halstead T v Dereham T
March T Utd v Debenham LC
Needham Market v Wisbech SM
Stowmarket T v Braintree T
Team Bury v AFC Sudbury

Monday 6th March
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Hitchin T v Cirencester T

Tuesday 7th March
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Chesham Utd v Frome T
Cinderford T v Cambridge City
Dorchester T v H&Y Utd
Leamington v Kettering T
Thurlow Nunn First Division
AFC Sudbury v Holland FC
Coggeshall T v Cornard Utd
Debenham LC v Halstead T
Thurlow Nunn First Division Cup
King's Lynn v Team Bury

Wednesday 8th March
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Biggleswade T v Slough T
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Wisbech SM v Downham T
Thurlow Nunn Youth League
King's Lynn v St Ives

Friday 10th March
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Holland FC v Coggeshall T

Saturday 11th March
Evo-Stik Southern Premier
Banbury Utd v Cirencester T
Basingstoke T v Leamington
Cambridge City v Frome T
Cinderford T v King's Lynn T
Dorchester T v Kings Langley
Dunstable T v Biggleswade T
Hitchin T v Slough T
Kettering T v St. Ives T
Merthyr T v Weymouth
St. Neots T v Redditch Utd
Stratford T v Chesham Utd
Thurlow Nunn First Division
Debenham LC v Braintree T
Dereham T v March T Utd
Downham T v Team Bury
Framlingham T v Wisbech SM
Halstead T v Diss T
Kings Lynn v Stowmarket T
Leading Scorers
10 Michael Clunan
10 Lee Stevenson
 7 Toby Hilliard
 7 Leon Mettam
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King's Lynn Town 548
Weymouth 519
Kettering Town 500

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Welcome . . . . . to  the Official Website of the Blue & Gold 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, here we cover news from The Trust, The "Linnets" past and present, host an active Linnets' Fans' Forum and also maintain comprehensive statistics covering steps 1-4 of the Non-League Pyramid including the Turnstile League.
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.
Linnets News
Hitchin Town 5 King’s Lynn 0
Saturday 25th February

It will be no consolation to Ian Culverhouse that Gary Setchell’s first competitive game in charge ended in defeat.
The visit to Top Field was always going to be tough and even if the now departed Dan Quigley and Lee Stevenson had been in the line-up it is doubtful whether the outcome of this game would have been much different.
If the players were responding to the departure of Setch then it was a strange way to do it as they failed to do credit to the side that he had assembler that produced wins over Chippenham, Slough and Stourbridge. Instead it was a reminder of the "other" Linnets side that had suffered maulings at St Neots and against Weymouth at The Walks.
Lynn lookeed nervous and were out-classed in the opening half and began with the worst possible start when, after two minutes, the Lynn defence failed to clear the ball and Callum Donnelly’s dipping angled shot went past Alex Street.
Mason Spence then shot wide as Lynn found themselves under intense pressure. Matt Lench then went close and it was no surprise when, on thirteen minutes, Robbie Burns made it two. He nipped in between Gaughran and Street, who had come out to meet the ball, for a simple finish.
Lynn managed their first attempt on goal when Canaries ’keeper Michael Johnson’s hurried clearance fell to Shaun McWilliams but he fired wide.
Burns had the ball in the net but was ruled offside but on 24 minutes Matt Lench scored the hosts’ third with a curled finish from the edge of the box with the defence caught ball watching.
Lynn’s best chance of the half fell to Toby Hilliard. when Johnson spilt Michael Clunan’s free kick but a last ditch tackle caused his effort to go wide from eight yards.
Two minutes before the break Lucas Kirkpatrick was on hand to score on the rebound after a good save had seen Street deny Donnelly.
Hitchin started the second half in the same way as they started the first with a goal after two minutes, A quick break from Kane Smith setting up Burns who turned the ball home past Street.
Kurtis Revan had a shot go wide for Lynn from Sam Warburton’s cross but shortly after he was replaced by Ryan Fryatt as Lynn changed formation to 4-4-2 from their starting 3-5-2.
Lynn began to look more confortable or or perha[s it was Hitchin who eased off, knowing the job had been completed and their minds looking to their forthcoming match on Monday.
Sam Gaughran just failed to get a touch on a Clunan free kick as Lynn looked for a consolation and Jacek Zielonka header being saved from another Clunan free kick being the only other Lynn chance of note.
Hitchin: Johnson, Smith, Bickerstaff, Rolfe (Walster 72), Webb, Wright, Spence, C Donnelly (B Donnelly 63), Kirkpatrick, Burns (Brooks 56), Lench. Subs: B Donnelly, Bennett, Brooks, Walster, Barnes. Scorers: C Donnelly 2, Burns 13, 47 Lench 24, Kirkpatrick 43
Lynn: Street, Zielonka, Yong, Gaughran, Ward, Smith, Clunan, McWilliams (Edge h/t), Hilliard, Revan (R Fryatt 59), Warburton. Subs: R Fryatt, Setchell, McQuaid, Edge, Congreve. Booked: McWilliams
Attendance: 517
Linnets News
Friday 24th February

The club have confirmed rumourss circulating last night that Lee Stevenson and Dan Quigley have left The Walks.
Both players were in their second spells at the club. Lee Stevenson first joined Lynn in March 2003 as an 18 year old on loan from Sheffield.
In a ruptured cruciate ligament injury hit time he made 40 appearances between 2003-06 scoring nine goals.
He returned to The Walks in March 2014 and made 89 appearances, scoring 29 goals and taking on the role of assistant manager.
Dan Quigley was a villain turned hero. As a player for Long Buckby he was not popular with Lynn fans but on joining Lynn in June 2012 he soon became a favourite.
He was shown the door at The Walks in April 2015 having made three "no-shows" in the 2014-15 season. This period saw him make 137 appearances, scoring 12 goals.
He returned to Lynn from AFC Rushden & Diamonds for the 2016-17 season and made 36 appearances and for many was considered the Player of the Season.
Linnets News
Linnets appoint Ian Culverhouse
Wednesday 22nd February

Lynn have announced the appointment of Ian Culverhouse as full time manager on a two and a half year deal.
It will be the 52 year olds first appointment as manager but he has experience in assistant managerial roles with Colchester United, Norwich City and Aston Villa.
He was appointed assistant manager at Dagenham and Redbridge in January 2016.
As a player, he began his career with Tottenham Hotspur making just two league appearances for the club in the three years he was at White Hart Lane.
He moved on to Norwich City in 1985 going on to make 369 appearances and taking a place in the club’s Hall of Fame.
His Carrow Road career ended during the 1994-95 season and he was sold to Swindon Town for £150,000 where he made 117 appearances and was a member of the Second Division Championship winning squad.
He was released by the Robins in 1998 and had brief spells at Kingstonian and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Culverhouse began his coaching career while at Brighton with their the youth team and went on to take similar roles at Barnet, Leyton Orient and Wycombe Wanderers.
Culverhouse then became assistant manager under Paul Lambert at Colchester United in July 2008, the both of them moving to Norwich City the following season.
Three years later saw another move, this time to Aston Villa.
His spell ended at Villa Park in May 2014.

Linnets News
Setchell Sacked
Tuesday 21st February

King’s Lynn Town have parted company with manager Gary Setchell.
Setchell was appointed joint manager with Kevin Boon when the club was reformed and took the roll alone in October 2011 taking Lynn to promotion from the United Counties League in the 2011-12 season and champions of the Northern Premier League Division One South the following season.
They have remained at Level Three of the non-league pyramid since with Setchell notching his competitive 300th game in charge in October 2015 and ending on a total on 384.
On the club website, Linnets’ Chairman Stephen Cleeve describes the decision of having to part with Setch as “The Hardest decision that he has ever had to make” but "felt it was in the Club’s interest to act swiftly" with a view to the future.
Setchell was the club’s longest serving manager in a single stint, Keith Rudd recorder more games in charge over a number of spells.
Linnets News
Cambridge City 0 King’s Lynn Town 0
Monday 20th February

Cambridge: Snedker, Robinson, Foxley, Norman, Gent, Williams, Relizani (Snaith 70), Paterson, Capela (Woolfe 67), Foy (Osei 82), Sharma.
Lynn: Street, Zielonka (Edge 78), Yong, Quigley, Gaughran, Ward, McWilliams, Clunan, Hilliard, Revan, Warburton. Subs Edge, Congreave, McLeish, McQuaid, Setchell. Booked: Edge, Yong
Attendance: 213
Linnets News
Hayes & Yeading Utd 0 King’s Lynn Town 1
Saturday 18th February

H&Y: Boness, Jones, Adebiyi, Hope, Broadbent, Smith, Edgar (Brown 82), Sambou, Weiss (Kearney 26), Putmaan, Toomey (Chamberlain 21). Subs: Locke, Brown, Chamberlain, Kearney, Taylor.
Lynn: Street, Zielonka (Yong h/t), Quigley, Gaughran, Ward, McWilliams, Clunan, Stevenson (Setchell 90), Hilliard, Revan (Edge 81), Warburton. Subs: Yong, Setchell, Edge. Booked: Revan. Scorer: Stevenson 85.
Attendance: 167
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