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News from The Walks News Archive
Saturday 29th April Presentation Evening Awards
Chairman’s Player of the Year: Ryan Fryatt
FOTL first team Player of the Year: Michael Clunan
FOTL Reserve team Player of the Year: Luke Pearson
FOTL Under 18s Player of the Year: Kieron Shipp
FOTL Ladies Player of the Year: Albany Hodgson
Young Player of the Year: Kieron Shipp
First team manager’s Player of the Year: Michael Clunan
First team players’ Player of the Year: Michael Clunan
First team supporters’ Player of the Year (Maurice Ebbs Memorial Trophy): Alex Street
First team Double G Player of the Year: Michael Clunan
Reserves managers’ Player of the Year: Eion McQuaid
Reserves players Player of the Year: Nathan Daw
Reserves supporters’ Player of the Year: Luke Pearson
Reserves K&J Chase Player of the Year: Jack Frohawk
Reserves Double G Player of the Year: Eion McQuaid
Under 18s supporters’ Player of Year: Charlie Congreve
Under 18s manager’s Player of the Year: Callum South
Under 18s Player of the Year: Dan Harvey

Saturday 22nd April King's Lynn Town 3 Chesham United 1
Linnets end league campain with a win.
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Monday 17th April St Ives Town 2 King’s Lynn Town 0
Linnets "far too nice" says manager Ian Culverhouse.
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Saturday 15th April King’s Lynn Town 1 Frome Town 1
’keeper Crabtree thwarts Linnets.
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Saturday 8th April Dorchester Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 1
Dorchester: Murphy, Egan, Martin, Bowles, Walker (C), Down, Griggs, Vance, Ormrod, Mawford, Blair (Williams). Subs: Davis, Ayunga, Williams, Mitchell, Brookes. Booked: Vane. Sent off: Down
Lynn: Street, Shipp, McLeish, Ward Marshall, Zielonka, Clunan, Everington, Lennon (McQuaid), Harnwell, Warburton. Subs: McQuaid, Gaughran, Congreve
Attendance: 356
Match report: Dorset Echo Match Report
Saturday 1st April Slough Town 3 King’s Lynn Town 0
Conor Marshall returns but injury hit Linnets no match for play-off chasing Slough.
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Saturday 25th March King’s Lynn Town 0 Dunstable Town 1
Injury woe for Linnets.
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Thursday 23rd March Lynn sign on-loan defender
Lynn have signed Peterborough United Academy player Sam Cartwright on a work experience deal to the end of the season.
The 16 year old (b. St Neots, 8th July 2000) defender has made a number of appearances for Posh’s Under 18 and Reserve teams. having joined Peterborough as an Under 12.

Tuesday 21st March King’s Lynn Town 1 St Neots Town 2
St Neots ease relegation worries to "double" Lynn despite playing 75 minute with ten men.
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Saturday 18th March King’s Lynn Town 2 Basingstoke Town 1
Defenders on the mark as Lynn complete league double.
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Tuesday 14th March Norwich United 1 King’s Lynn Town 1
They might be favourites to lift the Norfolk Senior Cup but Lynn have struggled to make progress against lower league opposition and it required a penalty shoot-out for them to reach the final - the first time since May 2011.
They will play Fakenham Town on Monday 22nd May - a repeat of the 1994 final which saw the Ghosts win 4-0.
Kings Lynn: Street, Zielonka, Yong, Gaughran, Fryatt, McQuaid (Lennon 76), Clunan, McWilliams, Hilliard, Edge, Warburton (C Ward 95). Subs: C Ward, Lennon, T Ward, Congreve. Booked: Yong Scorer: Fryatt 28
Norwich United: Wilton, Shipley, Radomski, Wones, Eastaugh (Jackson 68), Watts, Stewart, Speller, Hipperson, Henery, Finch. Subs: Jackson, Brown, Mason, Jones, Johnson. Scorer: Watts 90 (+1)
Attendance: 261
Lynn win 5-4 on penalties

Monday 13th March Gaughran commits but Revan departs
The weekend saw Sam Gaughran agree terms that will keep him at the club for two years but winger Kurtis Revan has been released.
Revan, signed in August on release from Corby Town, made 32 appearances (28 starts) scoring three goals.
Gaughran has impressed this season after a start which had seen him restricted to appearances from the bench.

Saturday 11th March Cinderford Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 2
Lynn complete their first double of the season thanks to two goals from Ryan Fryatt.
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Friday 10th March Danny Setchell released
It has been announced that Danny Setchell has been released by the club.
This season had seen the 18 year old break into the first team making one start and three substitute appearances and had scored once for the reserves in 24 appearances and six times for the Youth team.

Wednesday 8th March Cup progress
On Tuesday evening Lynn Reserves progressed to the final on the Thurlow Nunn First Division Knock-Out Cup with a 2-0 win over Team Bury thanks to goals by Ryan Pearson and Dylan Edge. They will now face either Coggleshall Town or Wisbech St Mary in the final.
In the Youth League Cup, Lynn’s Under 18 team defeated Horsford 2-0 with goals from Danny Setchell and Jacob White. Next up for them is Aylsham at the Walks next Wednesday.

Monday 6th March Alex Street signs contract
Linnets’ ’keeper Alex Street has signed a two year contract with the option of a year’s extension.
Having reportedly declined a contract in the past, the 25 year old looks certain to become Lynn’s longest serving stopper with Billy Bedwell’s record of 378 appearances in his sights. He is currently on 309 appearances (all competitive matches) and should pass Andy Claxton’s 318 this season.

Saturday 4th March King’s Lynn 2 Stratford Town 0
Lynn’s first win under Ian Culverhouse.
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Thursday 2nd March Ian Culverhouse makes first signing
Lynn have signed Kegan Everington on loan from Lincoln City.
Having progressed through the Imps youth ranks he made his first team debut on New Year’s Day 2014, as a substitute in a 1-1 draw at Grimsby Town and has made a total of 21 appearances (six starts) scoring once.
The 21 year old (b. 17 Dec, 1995) midfielder is no stranger to going out on loan having had three month spells with Lincoln United and Spalding United and this season with Buxton.
He played against Lynn in November when Lynn removed the Bucks from the FA Trophy.
Having been given his first contract by the Imps in the summer of 2014, Everington’s current contract expires at the end of June.

Saturday 25th February Hitchin Town 5 King’s Lynn 0
A tough start for manager Ian Culverhouse as Lynn concede four first half goals as the Linnets grounded by the Canaries.
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Friday 24th February Duo depart
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.

Wednesday 22nd February Linnets appoint Ian Culverhouse
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.

Tuesday 21st February Setchell Sacked
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.

Monday 20th February Cambridge City 0 King’s Lynn Town 0
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

Saturday 18th February Hayes & Yeading Utd 0 King’s Lynn Town 1
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

Tuesday 14th January King’s Lynn Town 2 Wroxham 1
Two goals from defender Tom Ward, the winner coming in injury time, saved Lynn’s blushes as they struggled to overcome the level 4 strugglers.
Lynn fielded a strong line-up with four changes from the team that drew Cirencester with the experience of Sam Gaughran and Lee Stevenson on the bench should it be required.
The opening twenty minutes suggested that Lynn were more than a match for the Yachtsmen as they camped in the visitors’ half with Toby Hilliard glancing a Kurtis Revan cross over the woodwork on 13 minutes and then Hilliard miskicked when well placed inside the box.
Wroxham took a shock lead from a Humphries free kick five minutes before the break following a Dan Quigley foul on the edge of the box.
Lynn managed the goal they had looked ike scoring all evening for minutes after the restart when Ward hammered home a Michael Clunan corner at the far post.
Another Humphries free kick almost restored Wroxham’s lead on 76 minutes but it went just over while Sam Warburton went close for Lynn as the game looked likely to go into extra time. Then with te game in injury time a Stevenson corner resulted in a scramble in the box and Ward was on hand to drill home.
Lynn: Street, Revan (Gaughran 77), Yong, Quigley, Ward, Zielonka, Clunan, McWilliams, Hilliard, Edge (Stevenson 57), Warburton. Subs not used: Setchell, McQuaid, Pearson
Wroxham: Pride, Guyton (Baughurst 84), Humphries (Mokake 87), Hastings, Lewis, Plumstead, Doyle (Rampling 46), Cook, Gilfedder, Bussens, Fowlkes
Attendance: 201

Saturday 11th January Cirencester Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 1
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Saturday 4th January King’s Lynn Town 0 Leamington 0
Draw number fourteen as Lynn prove a match for promotion hopefuls.
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Tuesday 31st January King’s Lynn Town 5 Slough Town 2
Linnets too good as they run riot against Rebels.
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Saturday 28th January Kings Langley 2 King’s Lynn Town 2
Another draw for Lynn.
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Tuesday 24th January Merthyr Town 1 King’s Lynn Town 1
Linnets get a very creditable point in Wales.
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Saturday 21st January King’s Lynn Town 1 Weymouth 6
Linnets recieve a mauling.
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Tuesday 17th January King’s Lynn Town 1 Biggleswade 2
Linnets pay the penalty.
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Saturday 14th January Chippenham Town 2 King’s Lynn Town 1
Nine match unbeaten run ends.
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Saturday 7th January Redditch United 1 King’s Lynn Town 1
Late goal hearbreak for Lynn as run extends to nine league matches unbeaten.
For a match report and highlights . . . Read more Meanwhile, at The Walks, Lynn Reserves went down 2-1 against Wisbech St Mary with former Linnet Nick Davey scoring twice.

Saturday 2nd January King’s Lynn Town 2 St Ives Town 1
Linnets extend unbeaten run with unlikely last gasp winner.
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