Results/Fixtures Saturday 9th February Southern Premier Central Rushden & Dmnds v King's Lynn 1-0
Alvechurch v Bedworth 3-0
Barwell v Lowestoft 1-1
Coalville v Hitchin 4-1
Leiston v Stratford P-P
Needham Mkt v Halesowen 1-1
Redditch v Kettering 1-4
Royston v Banbury 3-0
St Ives v Rushall 0-3
Stourbridge v Biggleswade 2-0
Tamworth v St Neots 5-0
Thurlow Nunn League Debenham LC v Swaffham 1-2
Diss v Mulbarton Wndrs 3-1
Fakenham v Wisbech SM 2-0
Felixstowe v Harleston 1-5
King's Lynn v Lakenheath 0-3
Norwich CBS v March 2-6
Sunday 10th February ERWFL King's Lynn v St Ives 0-4
Monday 11th February Thurlow Nunn Youth League St Ives v King's Lynn P-P
Tuesday 12th February Southern Premier Central Stratford v Coalville 0-2
Saturday 16th February Southern Premier Central Rushden & Dmnds v Leiston
Alvechurch v Biggleswade
Barwell v Hitchin
Coalville v Tamworth
King's Lynn v Redditch
Lowestoft v Banbury
Needham Mkt v Royston
Rushall v Bedworth
St Ives v Kettering
Stourbridge v St Neots
Stratford v Halesowen
Thurlow Nunn League Sudbury v Fakenham
Debenham v King's Lynn
Downham v Diss
Haverhill Borough v Harleston
Ipswich Wndrs v Lakenheath
Leiston Res v Mulbarton Wndrs
Swaffham v Cornard
Wisbech SM v Needham Mkt
NWNL Div 1 Cup King's Lynn v AFC Walpole
Sunday 17th February Norfolk Women's Cup Thorpe United v King's Lynn
Tuesday 19th February Southern Premier Central Rushden & Dmnds v Stratford
Thurlow Nunn League Felixstowe v Ipswich Wndrs
Haverhill Boro' v March TU
Thursday 21st February Thurlow Nunn Youth League Deeping Rgrs v King's Lynn
Saturday 23rd February Southern Premier Central Banbury v St Ives
Bedworth v King's Lynn
Biggleswade v Lowestoft
Halesowen v Rushden & Dmnds
Hitchin v Stratford
Kettering v Rushall
Leiston v Alvechurch
Redditch v Needham Mkt
Royston v Coalville
St Neots v Barwell
Tamworth v Stourbridge
Thurlow Nunn League Diss v Sudbury
Fakenham v Felixstowe
Ipswich Wndrs v Downham
King's Lynn v Wisbech SM
Lakenheath v Debenham LC
March v Cornard
Needham Mkt v Mulbarton Wndrs
Norwich CBS v Haverhill Boro'
NWNL Div 1 Cup Birchwood v King's Lynn
Sunday 24th February ERWFL Histon v King's Lynn
Tuesday 26th February Southern Premier Central Coalville v Halesowen
Wednesday 27th February Thurlow Nunn Youth League King's Lynn v Deeping Rgrs
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AFC Rushden & Diamonds 1 King's Lynn Town 0 Saturday 9th February
Lynn failed to turn their possession into goals against fellow play-off hopefuls AFC Rushden & Diamonds on a heavily sanded Hayden Road pitch where the conditions did not aid good football.
Early chances fell to Lynn with Adam Marriott shooting over from the edge of the box on three minutes and then Ryan Fryatt getting on the end of a Michael Clunan free kick but seeing his close-range header saved by Ben Heath in the Diamonds' goal.
Diamonds responded with a Declan Rogers free kick from 35 yards which Alex Street clutched at the second attempt.
Craig Parker, given a start at the expense of Ryan Jarvis, was next with an effort for Lynn but his shot was deflected by Heath into the side netting.
With nineteen minutes gone Parker had another attempt from distance but this time it went narrowly wide.
The following minute saw the home side's Zac Reynolds try his luck from the edge of the area but it too went wide.
Marriott produced a couple of opportunities for Lynn and then at the other end Street was called upon on just before the half hour mark to push a Declan Rogers free kick round he post.
What turned out to be the deciding goal arrived on 39 minutes. A Lynn clearance only found Diamonds' Joe Curtis who headed forward for Tom Lorraine to hold off the attentions of Rory McAulay to put the ball past Street for his 20th goal of the season.
Lynn had the perfect opportunity to level matters just before the break when Frazer Blake-Tracy's corner was missed by Heath and fell to Michael Gash at the far post but he somehow shot wide from 8 yards.
Lynn controlled the second half but failed to produce many chances against a well organised and disciplined Diamonds defence with Lynn being guilty of too many over-hit corners and free kicks.
Gash saw an early header saved and, on 57 minutes, Marriott shot wide from close in and in the following minute Parker was denied a certain goal by the intervention of Alex Collard who produced a great block.
Lynn substitute Ryan Hawkins shot over from distance and Gash tried to snatch at the ball only to see it roll wide of the post.
Fryatt with a header and Clunan with a shot were both off target as the home defence saw the game out to collect all three points.
Rushden: Heath, Reynolds, Ashton, Collard, Dolman, Rogers, Curtis (Westbrook 57), Farrell, Hicks, Diamond, Lorraine (Bowen 84). Unused subs: Dean, Acquaye, Johnson. Scorer: Lorraine 39
Lynn: Street, Robinson (Jarvis 81), Blake-Tracy, Richards, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Parker (Henderson 60), Gash, Marriott, Mellors-Blair (Hawkins 60). Unused subs: Kerins, Bastock. Booked: Robinson.
King's Lynn Town 4 Royston Town 2 Tuesday 29th January
Lynn returned to third place in the table in an entertaining game at The Walks that was dominated by heavy rain and snow.
The Crows last eight games had seen just six goals conceded and three scored so a game involving six goals looked an unlikely outcome but the conditions probably influenced the final scoreline..
Lynn’s early chances failed to cause any serious concern for the visitor’s defence as the greasy surface was responsible missed chances while for the visitors
Gus Scott-Morriss put a 20 yard effort wide as the game began to open up.
Will Mellors-Blair was given his first start since signing and he forced Joe Welch into a good save when he got his head on the end of a Ryan Fryatt cross on sixteen minutes.
Lynn won a number of corners and it was from one of these that Royston managed to break away and score.
On-loan Cambridge United striker ran through on goal but was fouled by Alex Street, Rouldell Gordon scoring from the spot to give Royston a 21st minute lead.
Adam Marriott put a shot wide a few minutes later but was more successful in the 26th minute, scoring his 13th league goal of the season after a neat build-up involving Michael Clunan.
Lynn took the lead five minutes later, Fryatt heading home from close in from Clunan’s corner.
Royston got back on level terms on 37 minutes following a Gash back pass that split the Lynn defence. Street came out but Neal was first to the ball and he chipped the stranded ’keeper from some 25 yards.
With five minutes of the opening half remaining a Mellows-Blair shot was blocked only for the ball to fall to Gash to score Lynn’s 50th league goal of the season.
The second half saw a lot of endeavour from both side with Lynn dominating and Royston looking dangerous on the break and neither defence looking assured in the difficult conditions.
Lynn made sure of the points on 83 minutes when a Gash cross was deflected into his own net by Dan Brathwaite.
Lynn: Street, Robinson, Blake-Tracy, Jarvis, Fryatt, McAuley, Clunan, Richards (Henderson 57), Gash, Marriott (Parker 73), Mellors-Blair (Hawkins 66) Subs: Henderson, Parker, Hawkins, Kerins, Bastock. Booked: Street. Scorer: Marriott 26, Fryatt 30, Gash 40, Brathwaite Own goal 85
Royston: Welch, Scott-Morriss, Newton, Corcoran, Joseph, Brathwaite, Gordon, Mentis (Green 21, Bola 46), Murray (Newman 57), Neal, Oswick. Subs: Newman, Green, Gallin, Bola, Crowther. Booked: Corcoran. Scorer: Gordon 21 pen, Neal 37
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